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Senior Programme Officer - TRAFFIC Central Africa

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Sectors Terrestrial / Aquatic Ecology & Conservation
Location Cameroon - Africa
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Type Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status Full Time
Level Mid Level
Deadline 08/03/2024
Company Name IUCN
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Reporting directly to the Programme Office Director - Central Africa the Senior Programme Officer main duties are to: Co-ordinate the overall development and implementation of the technical aspects of TRAFFIC’s Conservation Programme in Central Africa; Ensure lead role in the implementation of wildlife (fauna and flora) monitoring aspects of the green and red streams of the TRAFFIC Programme in Central Africa; Manage the implementation of activities under TRAFFIC’s agreed programme workstreams, employing its evidence-based approach to influencing policy and practice; Ensure balance in the development of projects to promote both Red and Green Streams of TRAFFIC Conservation Programme work planning; Support the development and implementation of regional plans, programme and projects of TRAFFIC in Central Africa; Ensure the effective implementation, monitoring and evaluation of all projects in Central Africa especially those under his direct responsibility; Co-operate with senior colleagues in TRAFFIC worldwide in developing and marketing projects necessary to deliver the TRAFFIC Programme Strategy; Participate fully in TRAFFIC internal management structures as requested by the Programme Office Director; Raise funds through project development for the implementation of TRAFFIC Conservation Programme in Central Africa; Support governments in the COMIFAC region in the implementation of their wildlife and forest and natural resources policies, programmes and projects; Facilitate the implementation of laws and other legal frameworks, and the control and monitoring forest resources (fauna and flora) in Central Africa; Facilitate the implementation of laws and legal frameworks related to exploitation and use of nontimber forest products with focus on medicinal and aromatic plants; Encourage collaboration between agencies involved in forest and trade for effective synergies and sharing of information and experience; Undertake all other activities deemed necessary by the Programme Office Director for the advancement of the conservation programme and image of TRAFFIC in Central Africa.

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