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Anti-corruption Co-ordinator

Reference   (Please mention Stopdodo/Environment Jobs in your application)
Sectors Terrestrial / Aquatic Ecology & Conservation
Location England (East Anglia) - UK
Town/City Cambridge
Salary (Minimum)
Salary (Maximum)
Type Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status Full Time
Level Mid Level
Deadline 11/10/2021
Company Name TRAFFIC International
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Telephone 01223 277427
Fax 01223 277237
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Building on the substantial progress made under the Targeting Natural Resource Corruption (TNRC) project to date, the ACC will be responsible for coordinating and leading TRAFFIC’s anti-corruption programme of work, with a focus on institutionalising anti-corruption into TRAFFIC. They will be expected to work closely with the TNRC implementing team in WWF-US to provide strategic and technical support and guidance on anti-corruption matters to TRAFFIC and other TNRC audiences staff across the globe, in alignment with the approved TNRC work plan. They will be responsible for ensuring that anti-corruption approaches are integrated into the TRAFFIC 2030 Strategy and TRAFFIC’s annual workplans.

The ACC will lead on and contribute towards a number of specific activities under the TNRC project as agreed in the Implementation Plans. This will include the production of Guidance and Technical Support outputs.


It is envisaged that their role would include:

• Managing TRAFFIC’s component of the TNRC project. The ACC is responsible for coordinating the activities to be delivered by themself and other TRAFFIC staff, including providing guidance and support on the development of outputs.

• Leading on the TNRC Supply Chains topic area workstream, including development of a high-level synthesis and framework for assessing corruption weaknesses in supply chains for one licit or one illicit supply chain, recommending good practices and where possible identifying opportunities in existing and future projects where good practices could be applied. This will include organizing virtual workshop(s) to ground-truth and undertake quality assurance on the resulting model guidance.

• Additional activities as per the TNRC 5 Implementation Plans.

• Provide technical input to the WWF-US Project Management Unit, for example by contributing to strategy development and quarterly events

• Leading on developing TRAFFIC’s anti-corruption strategy for future programme of work under TRAFFIC’s 2030 Strategy and annual TRAFFIC workplans for FY23 and FY24. This includes developing TRAFFIC’s approach, results and indicators through which TRAFFIC measures its progress and impact

• Developing and implementing engagement strategies for key partners and key fora (e.g. UNCAC, OECD, CITES, CBD etc.) in alignment with the TNRC and TRAFFIC strategies on policy priorities. Represent TRAFFIC, and where relevant the wider TNRC project, by presenting research undertaken under this project at key meetings.

• Providing strategic guidance to TRAFFIC, and other TNRC boundary partner staff where appropriate, which may include training, guidance on best practice, and safety considerations when conducting anti-corruption activities. This will include reviewing existing TRAFFIC projects/workplans and advising where anti-corruption elements can be built in.

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