World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is Hiring Globally – Apply and start your meaningful career

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is Hiring Globally – Apply and start your meaningful career

Working at WWF

Want to make a positive difference to the future of people and our one shared home, the Earth? Working at WWF could be your opportunity of a lifetime.

All around the world, people are waking up to the deepening crisis of nature loss. A growing realization that nature is our life-support system. And that nobody will be spared from the impacts of its loss. Here at WWF, we are helping to tackle this enormous global challenge.

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Our people come from hugely diverse backgrounds and with a variety of expertise, ranging from HR and finance to advocacy and conservation science. We welcome applications from anyone who believes they can help us create a better future for people and wildlife.

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There are many special things about WWF. A prestigious brand. A longstanding commitment to conservation going back almost six decades. A global reach, with activities in all almost 100 countries. Strong ethical principles that underpin all our work.

A science-based approach that makes us a respected conservation voice. And a powerful spirit of collaboration – something we call ‘together possible’ – that has built many successful global partnerships.

What working at WWF is like

There are few better feelings than knowing you are helping to safeguard people and wildlife around the world. With such an important mission, it can be no surprise that every one of us is expected to take personal responsibility for delivering maximum impact, constantly seeking new and better ways to do things.

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But we are also expected to act in a way that respects others’ contributions – listening deeply to what they say and collaborating openly, so everyone’s talents get the chance to shine.

What sort of employer are we

People are at the heart of everything we do. So, we know our workforce must be healthy, motivated and highly capable, as well as fully representative of the global society we work with.

We do this by maintaining a strong commitment to diversity in all its forms; providing fair salaries; offering a flexible working environment and valuing the importance of work-life balance; and providing learning and development opportunities that help personal growth.

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is Hiring Globally – Apply and start your meaningful career





Stewardship Coordinator – 23135

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Stewardship Coordinator   Major Function The Stewardship Coordinator supports the Donor Communications and Stewardship team’s stewardship communications and recognition efforts for high-value donors and prospects to deepen engagement and commitment to World Wildlife Fund. The Stewardship Coordinator is part of a 10-person team whose goal is to develop and implement comprehensive and robust stewardship and recognition programs for all donors. The Coordinator maintains the required processes, systems, and tools to track, manage, and systematize donor stewardship programs and the creation of high-quality and engaging donor materials and activities including donor acknowledgement letters and bespoke donor recognition opportunities.

IN-23054 Corporate Due Diligence Intern

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Corporate Due Diligence Intern.   Major Function Due diligence is part of the full lifecycle of our corporate engagement process and helps WWF assess the potential areas of risk and opportunity and the strategic value of every WWF corporate partnership. WWF’s corporate due diligence approach examines potential corporate partners’ structure and operations as well as its environmental, social and governance policy, performance, and impacts.

This paid internship provides an opportunity to practice project coordination and administrative skills in a professional setting, gain knowledge about corporate sustainability, global environmental issues, and contribute to WWF’s mission. The intern will work closely with members of WWF’s Private Sector Engagement and Development Teams. The work will involve processing requests and developing internal WWF resources and tools for corporate due diligence. 

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington? Posted Date2 weeks ago(5/31/2023 3:28 PM)

Title/ Senior Vice President, Durable Conservation and Finance – 23131

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Vice President, Durable Conservation and Finance.     The Montreal Biodiversity Agreement and Paris Climate Agreement brought the nations of the world together to solve the twin problems of biodiversity loss and climate change, and to do so in a way that honors the rights of Indigenous communities and that harnessesblended sources of financing to ensure that the impact of initiatives and investments remain durable over time.   

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The conservation of nature looms large in both respects. Not only does deforestation and land use contribute an estimated one-third of global greenhouse gas emissions, but habitat loss and degradation is the largest driver of biodiversity loss across the world.     Over the past 10 years WWF hasbuilt an area of expertise in Project Finance for Permanence (PFP) work, and a portfolio of national-scale projects in countries including Brazil, Bhutan, Peru, and Colombia to address the loss of nature ata scale that matters.

PFPs have three hallmarks:   – Working with governments, civil society, and local communities on nationwide efforts to expand and sustain conservation areas (comprising protected areas, Indigenous reserves, sustainable use lands,and Other Effective Area-based Conservation Measures [OECMs])using inclusive conservation approaches. This initiative supports Target 3 under the Convention on Biological Diversity’s post-2020 global biodiversity framework. Target 3 seeks to ensure that 30%of the world’s terrestrial, inland water, and marine areas are under effective protection and management by the year 2030.  – Harnessing blended financing needed to underwrite these efforts ranging from philanthropy, bilateral and multilateral support, market-based financing, and other mechanisms unique to each country.  – Making sure that the goals, commitments, and measures that underpin these efforts ensure accountability, and are monitored and adapted to make progress over time.

All of this will be brought to a head through multi-party single closings, with closing conditions, and disbursement conditions designed to expand conservation toward Target 3.  More recently, WWF has built a core partnership known as Enduring Earth with The Nature Conservancy, Pew, and ZomaLabto advance on global conservation goals. This has brought in other partners including the Moore Foundation, Bezos Earth Foundation, Global Environment Facility, MAC Philanthropies, Wyss Foundation, and many other individual, bilateral, and multilateral institutions to create a movement and replicate this work widely. These efforts may constitute the largest single conservation initiative in the world, not just in scale of finance but also in terms of the scale of impact across protected area systems. It is an unparalleled opportunity to match country-level commitments to expanding and effectively managing conservation areas to external financing and support, and to deliver durable results at a scale that benefits biodiversity and climate goals.  

The Senior Vice President manages this work, overseeing our PFP efforts across the world and serving as the WWF lead with the Enduring Earth partnership. The Senior Vice President will oversee WWF’s PFP deals and collaborate intensively with Enduring Earth partners to advance deals country by country that expand conservation areas. This will necessitate, amongst other things, bringing in coalitions of NGOs and investment partners, devising creative financing and capacity initiatives, creating local funds/special purpose vehicles to monitor and disburse funds on a performance basis, and creating tangible benefits for local and Indigenous communities.     Overview     Founded in 1961, WWF is a global non-governmental organization comprising the largest network of multinational conservations organizations in the world. With 6,500 staff globally, WWF works in 100 countries and is supported by more than five million members worldwide.

WWF acts at every level, from local to global, to ensure deliveryof innovative solutions that meet the needs of both people and nature. Its mission is toconserve nature and reduce the most pressing threats to the diversity of life on Earth.  WWF-US is the largest legal entity of the WWF global network, managing offices in the US,parts of Latin America, and parts of Africa and Asia. Headquartered in Washington, DC, it has 1.2 million members, over 1,200 employees worldwide, and program expenditures last year of more than $330 million. The organization is led by President & CEO Carter Roberts and governed by a 24-member Board of Directors(Leadership | WWF).    WWF’s Work on Conservation Areas  WWF is pursuing work in two areas relating to conservation areas: the Enduring Earth Partnership and Protected and Conserved Areas Strategy.    Enduring Earth Partnership  Enduring Earth is an ambitious collaboration of four institutions that works alongside nations and communities to accelerate and amplify conservation for a more sustainable, inclusive, and prosperous future for people and our planet.

The initiative is built on the success of a model called Project Finance for Permanence (PFP).This approach secures long-term investment in conservation initiatives by tying full and sustained funding to measurable goals, including social and environmental gains. Projects are collaboratively designed, locally led, nationally supported, sustainably funded, and highly accountable, with the goal of inhibiting nature’s decline and producing robust conservation outcomes at a global scale.   

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Protected and Conserved Areas Strategy  Area-based conservation is part of WWF’s foundation and a consistent driver of our work, both past and present. The last meeting of the Convention on Biological Diversity’s Conference of Parties (CBD COP) set new biodiversity targets, including Target 3 on conservation areas. Meeting this target will require formally recognizing more areas that conserve terrestrial, freshwater, and marine biodiversity and provide ecosystem services for people, while ensuring ecological representation and connectivity, and promoting effective and equitable management.

WWF-US’s approach to supporting efforts to achieve these targets brings together our deep expertise in landscape planning and management, protected areas management, climate adaptation and mitigation, and conservation finance, and a growing capacity in OECMs. It aims to secure nature and its benefits for people through inclusive, durable, and resilient systems of conservation areas The Protected and Conserved Areas Strategy effort is led by a senior staffer supported by a small team who work collaboratively with the Senior Vice Presidents for Forests, Oceans, Wildlife, and Global Science, who collectively support area-based conservation, protected areas, and OECMs in priority landscapes and seascapes.     

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington, Posted Date1 week ago(6/7/2023 8:52 PM)

Title, Communications Specialist, Earth for Life – 23133

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Communications Specialist, Earth for Life.   The Communications Specialist plays an integral role to the communications function on the Earth for Life team, supporting internal and programmatic communications, and providing general communications support for the entire team. The Communications Specialist role is key to providing demand-driven communications support that aligns with long-term, large-scale area-based conservation priorities and showcasing the benefits these initiatives generate for communities, climate, and biodiversity.

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington, Posted Date3 weeks ago(5/25/2023 6:24 PM)


Senior Assistant, Conservation Leadership Fellowship – 23128

WWF, one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Assistant for a new conservation leadership fellowship that will develop the next generation of leaders to protect the world’s most vital ecosystems. The fellowship will provide long-term mentorship, camaraderie, and experiential learning to a diverse set of early-to-mid-career conservationists. The long-term goal of the fellowship is to build a vibrant community of leaders who are committed to protecting nature worldwide.  

Job LocationsVN-Nam Tu Liem Dist, Hà Nội

Posted Date1 month ago(5/11/2023 4:57 PM)


Chief of Party, Climate Resilient Agriculture in the Mekong Delta – 23127

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Chief of Party, Climate Resilient Agriculture in the Mekong Delta   WWF is seeking candidates for a Chief of Party (COP) for the proposed USAID-funded Climate Resilient Agriculture in the Mekong Delta program. This 5-year program, anticipated to start in November 2023, aims to advance low-emissions climate-resilient agricultural livelihoods, combined with biodiversity conservation, to support carbon sequestration, healthy ecosystems, and resilience of vulnerable communities in the Mekong Delta. This program will support an ongoing collaboration between USAID and the Vietnamese Ministry for Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD)

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

Posted Date1 month ago(5/8/2023 11:17 PM)


Strategy and Operations Manager

About Enduring Earth Enduring Earth is an ambitious partnership between the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), The Pew Charitable Trusts, The Nature Conservancy (TNC), and ZOMALAB’s Global Permanence Fund intended to help governments around the world expand and sustainably protect Nature and benefit communities with the target to conserve more than 500 million hectares in 20 Project Finance for Permanence deals over the next 10 years. Experts have identified the need to protect 30% of the world’s natural habitat for the benefit of people and nature. According to a recent report by the Paulson Institute, a major barrier to achieving this goal is long-term financing. Enduring Earth utilizes a proven model, known as Project Finance for Permanence (PFP), that employs private sector finance principles to ensure entire systems of protected areas are sustainably managed and financed.

Project Finance for Permanence has been used to protect more than 90M hectares of critical ecosystems. Examples of PFP deals include: – Great Bear Rainforest: Where a PFP protected 8M hectares of old growth forest in British Columbia, helping to end the timber wars in Canada. – Costa Rica: Where a PFP enabled the country to become the first developing nation to meet its 30% protected area goals; and – Bhutan: Where a PFP helped put more than 50% of the entire nation under permanent conservation protection. To date, a pipeline of 30+ new projects has been identified that will yield large scale protection of nature, strong benefits for people, and measurable climate impacts. These include creating new national parks in Chilean Patagonia; expanding marine protected areas in Belize; supporting community conservancy models in Namibia and Kenya; and creating Indigenous protected areas that return management rights to traditional owners in Colombia.  

Position Summary You’ll join a top-notch remote-first team and innovative partnership at the leading edge of biodiversity conservation and community economic development through the durable protection of land and ocean. The Strategy & Operations Manager will work within the Enduring Earth hub team, responsible for partnership operations, board and management team governance and strategy, and general program support in partnership with EE’s Deputy Director, the Managing Director, and across the Enduring Earth partnership at the highest levels. You will report to the Deputy Director and will engage in strategic projects in support of efficient and effective partnership operations and strategy, a robust and diverse project pipeline, and durable conservation initiatives globally.

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

Posted Date1 month ago(5/17/2023 7:27 PM)


Senior Program Officer, Private Sector Engagement – 23126

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Program Officer, Private Sector Engagement   The Senior Program Officer serves as a relationship and project manager, focused on the development and fostering of private sector relationships and conservation initiatives in support of the WWF Private Sector Engagement (PSE) Team. Core work includes contributing to strategic planning, executing agreements, providing coordination and oversight of budgets, and regular communications. This role provides key technical expertise in support of WWF private sector partnerships and engages with external stakeholders and internally across the organization to advance PSE team goals and WWF conservation priorities.

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

Posted Date2 months ago(4/26/2023 9:59 PM)


Senior Director, Federal Climate Policy and Subnational Programs – 23125

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Director, Federal Climate Policy and Subnational Programs Major Function World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading environmental and conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Director, Federal Climate Policy and Subnational Programs. The Senior Director will lead the development and execution of WWF-US strategies for federal and sub-national action on climate policy, coalition building and communication. This position manages teams who work to influence the Federal Government on domestic and international climate finance as well as subnational engagement to support the U.S. energy transition. The Senior Director works in coordination with the Policy and Government Affairs team (PGA), Communication and Activism teams, and as a member of the Climate Management team. 

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

Posted Date3 weeks ago(5/24/2023 7:26 PM)


Senior Program Officer, GIS and Data Analytics for Nature-Based Solutions – 23123

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Senior Program Officer (SPO), GIS and Analytics for Nature Based Solutions.    The SPO works closely with the Director, Forest Climate Solutions Impact and Monitoring, several landscape focal points, and the WWF-US Forest Team in the design, impact assessment and monitoring, reporting, and verification of land-based climate change mitigation interventions in countries with tropical forests.  

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Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

Posted Date2 months ago(4/25/2023 2:50 PM)


Assistant, Integrity & Risk – 23122

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks an Assistant, Integrity & Risk. The Integrity & Risk team is a new and growing team at WWF that supports and promotes a culture of integrity, risk mitigation, and accountability.   This role provides administrative support to the team by helping to organize projects, maintaining confidential materials and assisting with tracking finances.

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

Posted Date2 months ago(4/24/2023 8:45 PM)


Outgoing Agreements (Grants) Associate Specialist – 23121

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks an Outgoing Agreements (Grants) Associate Specialist.   In coordination with Technical Officers and Program Administrators, WWF’s Outgoing Agreements (Grants) Team plays a central role in supporting WWF’s conservation implementation partners. The outgoing agreements team members are responsible for administering grants, subgrants, and consulting agreements from issuance to closeout for their assigned portfolio of programs.  

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

Posted Date3 months ago(3/30/2023 3:57 PM)


Senior Philanthropy Writer, Donor Communications – 23116

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Philanthropy Writer, Donor Communications.   The Senior Philanthropy Writer contributes to the team’s production of high-level individual donor concepts, proposals, stewardship reports, and other products that will educate, inspire, and present a clear and compelling case for major and principal donor support of WWF’s conservation priorities. These donor-centric pieces must convey donor impact and the organization’s appreciation of transformational gifts. This position sits within the Donor Communications and Stewardship team in the Development Department’s Strategic Services division. (Hybrid work at Washington, DC HQ.)

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

Posted Date2 months ago(4/3/2023 9:54 PM)


Director of Outgoing Agreements and Donor Reporting – 23117

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Director, Outgoing Agreements and Donor Financial Reporting   Major Function Provides strategic leadership and vision for WWF’s outgoing agreements and donor financial reporting functions.  The Director, Outgoing Agreements and Donor Financial Reporting is a member of the Program Operations senior management team. Overall responsibility for the administration of HQ outgoing agreements to   partners, consultants and WWF offices, ensuring that quality and timeliness standards are established and met.

Oversees the HQ and USG portfolio for external donor financial reporting, invoicing, accounts receivable reconciliation, and assigned audit responsibilities, ensuring accuracy, timeliness and the completeness of supporting documentation. Identifies opportunities for improvement, leads project teams, and works collaboratively with members of cross-functional teams to ensure that WWF’s processes and systems are continuously improved and consistently implemented.  Lead, coach, and mentor members of the Outgoing Agreements and Donor Reporting Teams, in collaboration with the Vice President of Program Operations. Lead capacity-building efforts and effectively mentor key staff in career development.

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

Posted Date2 months ago(4/4/2023 6:55 PM)


Manager, Private Sector Engagement – 23119

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Manager, Private Sector Engagement   Major Function WWF’s Private Sector Engagement (PSE) team seeks to harness the power of business as a force for driving positive environmental change and has partnerships with 100+ leading companies on engagements spanning from sustainable commodities, emission reductions and watershed management to reducing the impact of packaging and single-use plastics to employee engagement and consumer education campaigns. The Manager serves as a key contributor on the PSE leadership team and collaborates closely with PSE’s transformational partnerships team and WWF’s conservation teams – shaping the impact framework and metrics for WWF’s corporate partnerships. The Manager is responsible for developing and managing global partnerships that support WWF’s work with companies. This position also drives special projects assigned by the CEO or SVP as needed.

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

Posted Date3 months ago(3/23/2023 3:30 PM)


Director, Internal Audit – 23103

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Director, Internal Audit     Major Function The Director, Internal Audit implements the organization’s Internal Audit programs.  The Director proactively mitigates risks that may have a significant impact on the achievement of WWF’s objectives and promotes a culture of compliance awareness and risk management through audit programs, including the grantee audit monitoring program.   

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

Posted Date2 months ago(4/5/2023 5:23 PM)


Development Systems Business Analyst – 23109

Major Function The Development Systems Business Analyst provides data, system, and reporting support for the WWF Development Department. At the direction of the Director, Development Systems Partnerships, and Reporting, the Business Analyst assists Development team members with critical day-to-day information and data support, as well as queries and reports from WWF’s Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) system. This position gathers, documents, and evaluates business process requirements from Development Teams, and trains staff on systems functions and processes, as well as creates and maintains a library of process documentation for both the team and the Department. Collaborates with the Senior Development Systems Specialist to gather requirements for reports needed by Development staff.

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

Posted Date3 months ago(3/23/2023 7:36 PM)


Manager, Foundation Relations – 23107

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Manager, Foundation Relations.   Major Function The Manager, Foundation Relations, is responsible for overseeing the cultivation, solicitations, and management of WWF-US’ institutional philanthropic partnerships related to its Forest and Climate goal areas. Recognizing the dynamic and evolving landscape of nature and climate philanthropy, this position is responsible for engaging with new funder collaboratives in addition to established foundations, unlocking new opportunities for partnership, and contributing to WWF’s annual foundation fundraising goal.

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

Posted Date2 months ago(4/3/2023 4:42 PM)


Senior Assistant, Freshwater and Food – 23115

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Senior Assistant, Freshwater and Food   Major Function As a member of the Freshwater & Food Support team (FAFS), this role reports into the Special Assistant and provides administrative support and coordination on the initiative and full team level, as well as to the Deputy, Freshwater. This position handles a variety of standard and frequently complex administrative duties, accounting tasks and special projects, requiring great attention to detail, organizational skills, and the ability to digest information and build organizational, procedural, and programmatic knowledge to advance the team’s work.  

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

Posted Date4 months ago(2/23/2023 11:34 PM)


Conservation Manager, WWF Gabon

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is one of the largest independent conservation organizations in the world. Active in almost 100 countries, we have been working in the Congo Basin in Central Africa for more than 20 years. Our mission is to stop environmental degradation in the world and build a future where people live in harmony with nature. For our office in Gabon, we are looking for a dynamic and committed Conservation Manager who will lead the development, implementation and coordination of WWF conservation programs; Ensure the ongoing alignment of the WWF Gabon strategic and conservation plans with national priorities including strong delivery on the WWF Gabon Conservation key performance indicator

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