Program Officer, TRAFFIC

REPORTS TO: Program Manager, TRAFFIC
LOCATION: Beijing, China (TRAFFIC East Asia)

Work with Law Enforcement Support Manager of TRAFFIC China Programme to conduct the TRAFFIC research of wildlife trade in China, including physical and online wildlife trade trends and routes;
Work with Law Enforcement Support Manager to analyze wildlife trade information and draft reports;
Responsible for TRAFFIC’s enforcement data collection, compilation and distribution in and out of the whole network;
Support enforcement officials and policy makers in China through provision of information obtained from wildlife trade monitoring and analysis and information collection; 
Collaborate with partners in business sectors, conservation organizations, industrial organizations, etc to deter the illegal wildlife trade and transportation in China; 
Support the efforts of TRAFFIC on capacity building activities for front line enforcement officers of China;
Under the guidance of the Law Enforcement Support Manager, manage projects, focusing on the project implementation and reporting; 
Work in close collaboration with the Law Enforcement Support Manager to follow a list of key tasks and deliverables in terms of teamwork, technical assistance and programme support;

Specific Duties:
1. Conduct regular and systematic physical and online market survey based on the requirements of TRAFFIC projects
2. Analyze and disseminate above information to relevant enforcement agencies, and monitor enforcement impacts;
3. Work with internet and social media companies to deal with the online illegal wildlife trade information and dealers; facilitate their precautionary efforts on reducing the online availability of illegal wildlife products;
4. Build capacity of enforcement agencies, through provision of information on illegal wildlife trade, including case studies for training workshops;
5. Other responsibilities required by Head of TRAFFIC China Programme and Law Enforcement Support Manager;

A university degree in law, environmental management, ecology, biology, statistics or other relevant disciplines;
2 years broad national and international experience and familiarity in the field of environment, nature conservation, law/policy and/or economics;
Analytical skills and skills in project implementation and reporting;
Good interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively as part of a wider team, with sensitivity to international issues and multi-cultural approaches;
High willingness to actively acquire knowledge and skills in new fields:
Communications skills and experience of working with a range of programme partners (e.g. government, NGOs, private sector) and the media:
Free to travel frequently;  
Fluency in English and Chinese and good writing skills;
Familiarity with standard word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and database software, and with electronic communication technology.

Contact information:
1. Candidates should send a cover letter, CV in English and Chinese to
2. Please indicate the applying position in title, salary expectation in Email and send them in attachment.