WWF Kenya believes in a future where people live in harmony with nature, so we’re committed to safeguarding the natural world.
Best known as Kenya’s leading conservation organisation, we also work on tackling key global threats such as climate change, as well as reducing unsustainable consumption patterns and supporting sustainable production.
We focus on influencing the decisions — often involving governments, businesses and partners – which have a significant impact on the natural world, using our expertise and experience. To do this, we need to create an organisation that is results-driven and adaptable. which inspires positive solutions to our Country’s environmental problems.
We are recruiting the role of Conservation Director within the Conservation Division of WWF Kenya to help achieve our ambitious goals. and build a future in which people live in harmony with nature.
Are you creative, dynamic and driven by a passion for biodiversity and vision for a world where people live in harmony with nature?
Location: WWF Kenya’s Office in Nairobi.
The Role: This role leads on the exciting challenge to achieve this, and encompasses both our investments in conservation and social development programmes, and in organisational development to further strengthen a WWF Kenya office that deliver them.
To be successful in this role, you will:
This is the ideal job for you if you have
Applicants should send CV and cover letter as one file with Conservation Director’ on the subject line to the CEO, WWF-Kenya: firstname.lastname@example.org to be received not later than 30th March 2018.
We will not accept applications without a CV and cover letter.