Coordinator, Wildlife Law Enforcement Support

Major Responsibilities

The Wildlife Programme Law Enforcement Support Coordinator will

Implement, and monitor progress of WWF’s anti-poaching and wildlife crime prevention support work

Support law enforcement agencies to coordinate patrol planning, patrol operations analysis, and ensuring critical information is shared with appropriate agencies.

Support law enforcement agencies in stopping wildlife trafficking

Support relevant agencies for anti-poaching information collection mechanisms

Required Qualifications

Any Bachelor’s or Master’s degree (law enforcement or wildlife conservation-related disciplines preferable)

Substantial experience in multi-agency coordination and operations (prior experience in wildlife conservation and law enforcement an advantage but not essential)

Required Knowledge, Skills and Competencies:

Demonstration of strong motivation for conservation of Myanmar’s wildlife

Strong understanding of law enforcement, criminal justice, and existing conservation, wildlife and forest laws of Myanmar

Good coordination and management skills

A driver’s license and ability to drive a pick-up truck and a motorcycle is preferable but not mandatory

Excellent written and spoken Myanmar language skills, satisfactory English language skills

Source: World Wide Fund For Nature