World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Project Communications Specialist for the newly-launched Targeting Natural Resource Corruption (TRNC) project, at our Washington, DC office. The job holder develops and implements a communications strategy in support of a USAID-funded project to improve practices to reduce the negative impact of corruption on the management of fisheries, forests and wildlife resources around the world. The position requires audience identification and outreach, activities to disseminate research findings and promote research uptake, content development, website management, newsletter design and distribution, document design and layout, event organization and support, as well as other assigned activities to assure that th...

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