What we do

We are an independent conservation organization, striving to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife. From individuals and communities to business and government, we are part of a growing coalition calling on world leaders to set nature on the path to recovery by 2030. Together, we seek to protect and restore natural habitats, stop the mass extinction of wildlife, and make the way we produce and consume sustainable.

 

WWF Oceans Practice

The WWF network employs nearly 500 marine conservation and fisheries management experts around the world. Together, these dedicated scientists, policy experts, advocates and field practitioners make up the Oceans Practice, a worldwide community of practice dedicated to conserving and restoring our oceans for the benefit of people and nature.

 

Sustainable Fisheries Lead

WWF is a leading voice for sustainable fisheries worldwide, working with policy makers, fisheries managers, fishing industry partners, retailers, local communities, research partners, international institutions, and civil society organisations to drive improvements in fisheries management and governance.

The Sustainable Fisheries Lead will be responsible for supporting coordinated and collective action on fisheries matters by national offices and regional programs across the WWF network.

The successful candidate will work with colleagues across the Oceans Practice to plan, implement and evaluate high impact interventions to reduce overfishing, restore depleted fish populations, tackle illegal fishing, minimise by-catch, protect sensitive habitats and empower coastal communities.

To view the full position description and to apply, visit: 

https://wwf.panda.org/?6213941/Sustainable-Fisheries-Lead

 

Global Tuna Leader

The Global Tuna Lead will work with colleagues across the WWF network to drive improvements in tuna management, in line with the WWF Global Tuna Strategy.

The WWF Global Tuna Strategy aims to: bring the exploitation of tuna into balance with their fundamental role in ecosystem maintenance; to rebuild tuna stocks to >40% spawning stock biomass by 2040; and, eliminate by-catch of endangered, threatened and protected species.

The Global Tuna Lead will coordinate our efforts on tuna management across the world, lead on strategy development and implementation and ensure strategic coherence across a diversity of approaches (i.e. fisheries management, RFMO engagement, certification).

To view the full position description and to apply, visit: 

 https://wwf.panda.org/?6213466/Global-Tuna-Leader

 

Kindly note work permit restrictions may apply and that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

 

Closing date 12th September 2022

 

Send enquiries to [email protected] 

 

WWF is an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce.