Job: Chief of Party (closed)

The Chief of Party (COP) will deliver leadership and oversight across all objectives, working closely with and directly managing the Objective 1, 2, and 3 Leads to ensure integration of interventions across the Activity. The COP will lead Objective 4 to secure coordination with stakeholders and interagency efforts needed to support Wildlife Asia activities being implemented under the other three objectives. The COP will be responsible for maximizing the contributions, effectiveness and support from the large consortium of subcontractors.

Job: Media Trainer (closed)

USAID Wildlife Asia is looking for a Media Trainer (Short-Term Technical Assistance) for the Wildlife Trafficking Investigative Media Workshop.

Job: Technical Writer (closed)

The Technical Writer will draft and edit various Project documents, including, among others, technical abstracts and documents, reports, communications outreach materials including storyboards, press releases, invitations. S/he will proofread, edit and provide clarity for all staff external outputs.

Job: CTOC Training Curricula Development (closed)

The consultant/ firm will report to the USAID Wildlife Asia Objective 2 Lead, and work in close collaboration with the Objective 2 team to develop the proposed Counter-Transnational Organized Crime training curricula.

Job: IT Specialist (closed)

USAID Wildlife Asia is looking for an IT Specialist to join our team. This is a full-time position. The post holder will be based in Bangkok, and reporting to the Operations and Procurement Manager.

Job: Deputy Law Enforcement Advisor (closed)

USAID Wildlife Asia is looking for the Deputy Law Enforcement Advisor to work on Objective 2, which is specifically to ‘Strengthen regional law enforcement capacity and coordination’. The successful candidate would work directly under the ‘Objective 2 Lead’, in support of this objective and program.

Job: Training Assistant (closed)

USAID Wildlife Asia is looking for the Training Assistant. Position holder will work directly under the Training Coordinator to provide administrative and logistical support to a dynamic training schedule to combat wildlife trafficking. This position will also facilitate any procurement requirements. The work is robust, covering multiple countries and organizing many moving parts simultaneously. The position is looking for an energetic, proactive worker who will thrive as a flexible, adaptable member of a strong team.