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Karst Programme Officer and Programme Officer to the IUCN-SSC Cave Invertebrate Specialist Group
Salary: Dependent on skills and experience
Start Date: 1 September 2017, or as soon as possible thereafter
Duration of Contract: One year fixed-term contract, with potential to extend subject to business need and funding availability
Location: The position will be based either at Fauna & Flora International, Cambridge, UK, (if the successful applicant has the right to work in the UK) or at one of FFI’s Asia- Pacific country offices (Phnom Penh, Jakarta, Hanoi or Yangon)
The Karst Programme Officer and Programme Officer to the IUCN-SSC Cave Invertebrate Specialist Group is a unique and exciting dual position and will place the successful candidate at the centre of an innovative initiative, made possible through the generosity of Global Wildlife Conservation. The successful candidate will be the primary contact for the global Specialist Group (nearly 100 strong and growing) and will play a key role in the development and delivery of FFI’s unique Karst Conservation Programme, primarily in the Asia-Pacific region, but also elsewhere as needed and as made possible by funding. Final appointment will be subject to final confirmation of funding for the position.
Please view the following document for further details of the positions and how to apply:
The closing date for applications is Sunday, 6 August 2017.