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AUF / Université de Ngaoundéré - Appel à candidatures Master professionnel en Géomatique, Aménagement et Gestion des Ressources

Type d'actualités / Type of news : Emplois, bourses et stages / Jobs, scholarship and internship
Description :
En partenariat avec l’Agence universitaire de la Francophonie, l’Université de Ngaoundéré, Faculté des Arts, Lettres, et Sciences Humaines (FALSH) lance un appel à candidatures pour sa formation Master professionnel (M2) en Géomatique, Aménagement et Gestion des Ressources.

http://www.foad-mooc.auf.org/-Master-pro-M2-en-Geomatique-.html

Advert for Editor Position - African Conservation Telegraph (ACT)

Type d'actualités / Type of news : Emplois, bourses et stages / Jobs, scholarship and internship
Description : The African Conservation Telegraph (ACT) is a newsletter published by the Africa section of the Society for Conservation Biology (SCB). The newsletter aims to inform readers on conservation issues throughout Africa. It provides pertinent information to conservation practitioners; managers, policy makers, academics, and students in the field of conservation biology. ACT presents articles from scientific and non-scientific disciplines but with an emphasis on biological conservation and written in a language understandable to mainstream society. More details here. And past issues of ACT are available here.

The Africa section Board of Directors is seeking a volunteer Editor for ACT. The position would require a  PhD holder with minimum 3-5 years’ experience (or sufficient peer-review publications) in the field of conservation biology, editing and publishing.

Responsibilities will include:

1. Creating a new trajectory for ACT and improving its continental and global relevance, excellence and quality.

2. Soliciting potential authors for ACT and finding potential reviewers for shortlisted submissions.

3. Leading an Editorial Team which would comprise of interested members of the Africa Board and invited scientists and practitioners.

Interested persons should email Stephen Awoyemi (sawoyemi@gmail.com) with a CV showing a list of publications in peer review journals, experience in editing if applicable and a letter of motivation.

Senior Programme Officer - TRAFFIC

Type d'actualités / Type of news : Emplois, bourses et stages / Jobs, scholarship and internship
Description : This is a new role which will be based in either Dar es Salaam, Tanzania or Nairobi, Kenya. The role will assist with implementing TRAFFIC’s regional large mammal conservation programme.

This is currently being advertised with a deadline of 1st September 2014 for applications to be submitted.
 
Full details are available on  www.traffic.org
 

IUCN - African Elephant Specialist Group

Type d'actualités / Type of news : Emplois, bourses et stages / Jobs, scholarship and internship
Description : The main responsibility of the Programme Officer, IUCN/SSC African Elephant Specialist Group ( AfESG) is to maintain technical liaison and regular exchange within and amongst the membership of the  AfESG, governmental, non-governmental agencies, donor organizations and their counterparts on issues related to African elephant conservation and management, and to oversee the day-to-day administrative work and technical coordination of the activities of the  AfESG Secretariat.

more info at https://hrms.iucn.org/iresy/index.cfm?event=vac.show&vacId=831

Wildlife-TRAPS Project Officer- Yaoundé, Cameroon

Type d'actualités / Type of news : Emplois, bourses et stages / Jobs, scholarship and internship
Description : TRAFFIC is seeking a Project Officer based in Yaoundé, Cameroon, to help implement a USAID-funded ‘Wildlife Trafficking, Response, Assessment, Priority Setting’ (Wildlife-TRAPS) initiative. 

Wildlife-TRAPS will focus on achieving a high impact with a tightly focused group of species products (i.e. including ivory and rhino horn) traded between Central and East & Southern Africa and East and South-East Asia.

more info on 
http://www.traffic.org/traps-project-officer/

Vacancy - Senior Programme Officer for Madagascar (TRAFFIC)

Type d'actualités / Type of news : Emplois, bourses et stages / Jobs, scholarship and internship
Description : TRAFFIC is currently advertising for the role of Senior Programme Officer to be based in Madagascar for an 18 month fixed term contract. 

The role holder will be responsible specifically for implementation of TRAFFIC’s timber and reptile trade component of the WWF programme “Preserving Madagascar’s Natural Resources” supported by USAID.

For further information and how to apply, please see our website: www.traffic.org/job-opportunities/

Deadline for this vacancy is 20th January 2014

New Liberian Forest Conservation Project: 2 vacancies

Type d'actualités / Type of news : Emplois, bourses et stages / Jobs, scholarship and internship
Description : The RSPB-Royal Society for the Protection of Birds- is recruiting 2 positions for the "Securing Liberian forest connectivity through community forest management and innovative financing mechanisms" project which is an exciting new EU-funded project building on the RSPB's long-term initiative supporting the management of the Gola Rainforest National Park in Sierra Leone and the 'Across the River, a Transboundary Peace Park' project. This project marks the first step to the long-term initiative to conserve the Gola Landscape in Liberia, a global priority for biodiversity conservation. 

The RSPB is seeking a Project Manager to manage the overall operational and strategic implementation of the project and a Field Research Advisor to coordinate and advise the day-to-day field operations and implementation. Both positions are based in Liberia.

For more information:
Project Manager: http://www.rspb.org.uk/vacancies/details/359024-project-manager
Field Research Advisor: http://www.rspb.org.uk/vacancies/details/359029-field-research-advisor

Central Africa - WWF opportunities

Type d'actualités / Type of news : Emplois, bourses et stages / Jobs, scholarship and internship
Description : Program Officer Democratic Republic of Congo - 
http://pfbc-cbfp.org/bourseempli/items/wwf-carpo-programme-officer.html

Technical Advisor Conservation, CAR / «Un Conseiller Technique - Conservation en RCA»
http://pfbc-cbfp.org/bourseempli/items/wwf-carpo-fr-car.html


Regional Fundraising & Partnerships Director, Central Africa
http://pfbc-cbfp.org/bourseempli/items/wwf-fr-1.html

Thesis subjects in Burkina Faso on soil degradation and restoration

Type d'actualités / Type of news : Emplois, bourses et stages / Jobs, scholarship and internship
Description : Check out these opportunities for doing a MSc thesis subject in Burkina Faso on soil degradation and restoration at the chairgroup of Farming Systems Ecology (FSE) of Wageningen University in The Netherlands

Use of native woody shrubs for restoration of degraded soils in Soudano-Sahelian agro-ecosystems.htm


Assessing and mapping soil degradation in local farm communities in Soudano-Sahelian agro-ecosystems.htm

Pleases contact Georges directly for more information (georges.felix @ wur.nl)

Call for field assistants in large mammal biodiversity in Southern Africa - 20 dec

Type d'actualités / Type of news : Emplois, bourses et stages / Jobs, scholarship and internship
Description : Rationale
The Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre ( BiK-F) of Frankfurt-am-Main (Germany) is looking for 3 to 6 highly motivated field assistants for a 21-weeks-fieldwork in three protected areas located in South Africa and Botswana from May to September 2014. In this study we will conduct road transects along which we will record data on environmental variables (rainfall, vegetation, fire frequency, etc.), large mammals and park visitors in order to make a joint analysis of ecological processes and ecosystem services (wildlife tourism) at the local and regional scale.

The successful applicants will provide assistance in locating and counting large mammals (ungulates and predators) and tourists along 5 km road transects, interviewing visitors, driving vehicles along the transects, and gathering other data such as vegetation structure, visibility, etc. The research team will comprise four people at a time, split in two teams of two people in two field vehicles (4 wheel drives).

• Protected Areas:
Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park (South Africa / Botswana)
Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve (South Africa)
Chobe National Park (Botswana)

• Accommodation: hotels outside the parks, public camping within the parks.
• Number of road transects: 40 per park, 120 in total, each replicated 3 times.

Number of positions available:
3 to 6 positions.

Tasks
Work in tandem in one of the two expedition cars.
Drive along 5 km road transects.
Conduct animal (ungulates and predators) and visitor counts from the car.
Record all necessary environmental data along the transects.
Conduct tourist interviews at picnic and campsites.

Academic requirements
Master studies in Ecology, Biology or equivalent.
Final year of Bachelor studies in Ecology, Biology or equivalent will also be considered.

Length of fieldwork
21 weeks: from May 2014 to September 2014.
The field assistant can apply either for the whole field season (3 parks) or a reduced field season (one or two parks only).
Please state your availability in the application.

Required skills
Strong scientific ethic (rigor, curiosity, autonomy, motivation).
Strong interest in mammals, experience in mammal counting is a plus.
Ability to work in a group or in tandem, for long hours (from 7am to 7pm) and in remote areas.
Very good communication skills for the interviews; good spoken English.
Valid international driving licence, with ability to drive long distances.

Appreciated skills
Experience in African mammals identification.
Experience in 4×4 driving and maintenance.
Previous work experience in remote and isolated areas.

Material consideration
Plane tickets, car rental and fuel, accommodation, health care and field equipment is provided by  BiK-F.

Preliminary Planning
1st May – 4th May: Departure from Germany, arrival at Johannesburg
5 May – 22 June: field in the Kgalagadi (South Africa + Botswana)
30 June – 1st August: field in Hluhluwe (South Africa)
8 August – 19 September: field in Chobe (Botswana)
20 August: return to Johannesburg and departure to Germany

To apply, please send a CV and a letter of interest in a single PDF file to Mr. Ugo Arbieu (ugo.arbieu@senckenberg.de) before the 20th of December and mentioning your availability.

Responsible for the project
Ugo Arbieu
Research staff ( PhD candidate)
Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre ( BiK-F)
Project Area B: Biodiversity Dynamics and Climate
Georg-Voigt-Str. 14-16 (Room 2.01)
60325 – Frankfurt-am-Main
Germany
Tél. (work): +49 (0) 69 7542 1876
E-mail: ugo.arbieu@senckenberg.de




Prof. Katrin Böhning-Gaese
Executive Director
Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre
( BiK-F)
Georg-Voigt-Str. 14-16
60325 – Frankfurt am Main
Germany
E-mail: katrin.boehning-gaese@senckenberg.de




Research Institute
Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre ( BiK-F)
Georg-Voigt-Str. 14-16
60325 – Frankfurt-am-Main
Germany




website




http://www.bik-f.de/

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