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Programme Officer

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Sectors Nature Conservation, Ecology, GIS
Town/City IUCN Washington DC Office
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Salary (Maximum)
Type Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status Full Time
Level Mid Level
Deadline 30/06/2021
Company Name IUCN
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The Global Forest and Climate Change Programme (GFCCP) is a global thematic programme of the IUCN Secretariat and supports the forest-related activities of the Union. The GFCCP consists of a global secretariat based at the IUCN Headquarters and out-posted staff in North America. The GFCCP also directly links to and supports coordination between a worldwide network of over 50 regional and country level forest officers, enabling it to add value to the work of IUCN members through both field-based and policy-orientated interventions. The GFCCP is structured to create tangible links between field-based learning and ongoing national and international policy dialogues with a view to catalysing delivery of tangible results. In this respect, the GFCCP is an active member of the Collaborative Partnership on Forests, The Forests Dialogue and acts as secretariat for the Global Partnership on Forest Landscape Restoration.

The GFCCPs work is cantered on 3 mutually supporting themes of Forest Landscape Restoration, Locally Controlled Forests and Primary Forest Conservation. While the GFCCP’s programme portfolio is designed and implemented around these 3 thematic areas it is also expected to build synergies with IUCN’s core work on gender, private sector engagement, economics, ecosystem based adaptation and protected areas.

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