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  • Posted: Sep 8, 2021
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  • BirdLife South Africa strives to conserve birds, their habitats and biodiversity through scientifically-based programmes, through supporting the sustainable and equitable use of natural resources and by encouraging people to enjoy and value nature.
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    Part-time Advocacy Officer

    About the job

    BirdLife South Africa is looking for a qualified, dedicated and dynamic person to fill the position of part-time Advocacy Officer. The ideal candidate would have a strong understanding of South African environmental law and policy, have experience in reviewing and commenting on environmental authorisation applications, and be a strategic and proactive individual with a passion for conservation. The successful applicant will be required to commit 16 hours per week to the work of BirdLife South Africa’s Policy and Advocacy Programme and will be responsible for coordinating this Programme’s responses to development applications and authorisations which threaten priority species and habitats, contributing to its efforts to influence relevant legislative and policy processes and develop appropriate guidance documents, and providing cross-cutting policy and advocacy support to other programmes in BirdLife South Africa’s Conservation Division. 

    The closing date to submit applications is 17 September 2021.

    Method of Application

    Interested and qualified? Go to BirdLife South Africa on www.linkedin.com to apply

    Note: Never pay for any training, certificate, assessment, or testing to the recruiter.

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