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Title Office Director-TRAFFIC Int (WWF)
Role Leads and co-ordinates the development and implementation of TRAFFIC’s Programme Strategy within the area of primary responsibility.
Category Energy , Environmental - Environmental
Location Yaounde
Company cameroonjobs, Vacancies [ - - ] ( Posted on 10/11/2018, 08:09:15 PM)
Experience 2 to 5 Years
Educational Qualification Bachelor's Degree
Skills Experience
Salary - -
Career Level Senior Management
Job Type Permanent
Job Status Full Time
 
Description
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES:

The Director of the TRAFFIC Central Africa Office:
• Leads and co-ordinates the development and implementation of TRAFFIC’s Programme Strategy within the area of primary responsibility.
• Manages the implementation of activities under TRAFFIC’s agreed programme workstreams, employing its evidence-based approach to influencing policy and practice
• Ensures effective administration of a project portfolio and annual budget of approximately [value]
• Leads the TRAFFIC Central Africa Office team including team management and development
• Actively develops partnerships with IUCN, WWF, and other potential collaborators in the office’s geographic area of responsibility
• Co-operates with senior colleagues in TRAFFIC worldwide in developing and marketing projects necessary to deliver the TRAFFIC Programme Strategy
• Participates fully in TRAFFIC internal management structures as requested by the Executive Director

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

Programme and project development
• Represents the TRAFFIC Central Africa Office team in the strategic development and management of TRAFFIC’s Programme Strategy
• Collaborates with senior colleagues across TRAFFIC in developing and marketing projects necessary to deliver the TRAFFIC Programme Strategy as a co-ordinated effort, including development of funding proposals and budgeting and scheduling planned activities.
• Ensures suffice staff resources are available for the effective development of funding proposals, budgets, and planned deliverables

Programme implementation and partner engagement
• Oversees implementation of project activities in the area of primary responsibility, developed under the TRAFFIC Programme Strategy, ensuring that the TRAFFIC Central Africa Office team delivers project results in a timely fashion and to expected quality standards
• Represents TRAFFIC in the area of primary responsibility and maintains links and good working relationships with relevant WWF and IUCN offices, governmental and inter-governmental agencies, major donors and relevant NGOs
• Ensures proactive liaison with others in TRAFFIC and with relevant WWF and IUCN programmes and offices about events, developments and activities related to wildlife trade and utilisation
• Ensures effective public and policy interactions with the media, government and non-government agencies, and with funding bodies and donor agencies

Operational management
• Ensures that TRAFFIC has the institutional capacity to deliver its programme in the area of primary responsibility, including, where necessary, through outposted project staff and consultants
• Manages and supervises staff and consultants, handling personnel issues including performance promptly and proactively supporting staff development
• Manages the finances of the TRAFFIC Central Africa Office, ensures effective budgeting, administration and accounting of funds, as well as the accurate and timely reporting of consolidated and project-related financial statements and accounts
• Ensures compliance with the terms of the hosting agreements for the TRAFFIC Central Africa Office and any outposted staff and consultants.
• Ensures preparation and submission of technical reports on activities and achievements (including six-month and annual activity reports) and project reports for funding agencies
• Leads by example by actively demonstrating TRAFFIC’s values and supporting the collaborative culture of the organisation
• Participates in TRAFFIC’s business forum, actively taking a ‘big picture’ approach to the organisation’s development

Interested candidates should apply via the website, http://wwf.panda.org
 
 
 
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