• WCS TANZANIA

    JOBS & STAFF

    WCS TANZANIA

    Current vacancies below, and our full time staff - arranged by landscape program. Click each landscape icon to see their staff.

  • Southern/ Highlands
  • Ruaha/ Katavi
  • Tarangire/ Ecosystem
  • Zanzibar/ Forests
  • Greater/ Pemba Channel

CURRENT VACANCIES

GRANTS MANAGER, WCS TANZANIA PROGRAM
Due to programatic growth and development, the WCS-Tz Program is currently looking to appoint a dynamic, well-organized, hard-working, and committed team player to support the management of grants for our field conservation programs, based out of the WCS-Tanzania country office in Zanzibar. The primary responsibility will be to oversee administration and finances of grants. This position will liaise closely with country director, country staff and the country office finance/administrative staff. For more information and details of how to apply please see; https://www.facebook.com/notes/wildlife-conservation-society-tanzania-program/position-grants-manager-wildlife-conservation-society-tanzania-program/953804008115495/ Application closes May 15th, 2018

ASSISTANT CHIEF OF PARTY, SOUTHERN-HIGHLANDS AND RUAHA-KATAVI PROTECTION PROGRAM (SHARPP)
The Assistant Chief of Party (ACOP) will be expected to take a technical lead in assisting with the implementation of the USAID funded Southern Highlands and Ruaha-Katavi Protection Program (SHARPP). The position is based at the main WCS landscape Office in Iringa with regular travel to both field sites and to visit government and other counterparts. For more information and details of how to apply please see: https://www.facebook.com/notes/wildlife-conservation-society-tanzania-program/position-assistant-chief-of-party-southern-highlands-and-ruaha-katavi-protection/951161785046384/ Application closes April 22nd, 2018

PROJECT FINANCE MANAGER: NORTHERN TANZANIA PROJECTS
The primary objective of the Project Finance Manager will be to establish and oversee efficient systems for financial management for the WCS northern projects, namely the Tarangire Elephant Project and the Serengeti Cheetah Project, ensuring general compliance with WCS global rules and regulations, Tanzanian laws, and funding source (donor) requirements. The Project Finance Manager will work closely with the Project Director and country office finance/administrative staff to ensure highest standards of financial operations. For information and details of how to apply please see: https://www.facebook.com/notes/wildlife-conservation-society-tanzania-program/position-project-finance-manager/940680296094533/ Application closes April 15th, 2018

NB: Given the volume of job applications we receive, we use a gmail address for recruitment.