Program Manager, TRAFFIC (Campaign)

Position Title: Program Manager, TRAFFIC (Campaign)
Report to: Senior Program Manager, TRAFFIC 
Location: Beijing


I. Major Responsibilities:
Based on research findings, evidence and insights obtained by TRAFIC/WWF, develop campaigns against illegal trade of pangolin and timber (EU funded project), ivory and other endangered species products (other projects), including formulation of concept and strategy, management and implementation of the Campaign.
Develop campaign work plans with interim milestones to achieve the set objectives.
Apply a working knowledge of political, legislative, environmental, social and economic frameworks relevant to wildlife trade, and engage in critical national political and other relevant stakeholders to the campaign.
Mobilize and manage external communication resources, including agency and consultant and ensure co-ordination with WWF/TRAFFIC communication department.
Oversee and manage the overall resources, ensuring that expenditures do not exceed available funds and that deliverable adhere to agreed timelines.
Ensure project technical and financial reports prepared following TRAFFIC/WWF requirements in timely manner.
Develop an exit strategy for the close of the campaign, ensuring continuation of TRAFFIC/WWF work on the subject thereafter.
Conduct campaign evaluation through post-campaign survey, stakeholder interview, and other necessary approaches. 
Coordinate closely with all key stakeholders (national and international organisations) to ensure the smooth implementation of project activities and create synergy and cooperation among project activities.
Undertake other tasks relevant to the campaign as determined by the Senior Manager of TRAFFIC China Programme.


II. Qualifications:


Education and Qualification
Degree in public relationships, communications media, marketing, environmental education, or related subject.


Knowledge
Knowledge and skills in communication, public relations, marketing and advertisement.
Knowledge of the realities of government agencies, development partners, donor institutions, and how they interact with the private and not-for-profit sectors in the project.
Knowledge of conservation and natural resource management, including governance, issues in China, will be an asset.


Experience
Understanding of campaigning techniques, policies, strategies, target audience analysis, structure and impact; 
Proven experience as a successful campaign leader, preferably but not necessarily in the not-for-profit sector;
At least 2 years proven experience devising, formulating and implementing campaign strategies within a national, international or high-profile organization; 
General Skill
Excellent communication skills and ability to communicate complex issues in a clear manner to a wide variety of audiences across diverse channels (online, TV, print, radio, etc.).
Excellent skills in planning, organization, time management, facilitation, and coordination.
Fluency in written and spoken English and Chinese.


Ability
Being creative and remain realistic and cautious in action.
Working with people from different backgrounds of culture and nationality.
Willing to travel at short notice.
 


III. Program Brief:
The campaign manager will work under Demand Reduction team of TRAFFIC China Programme. The main duty is to Develop and execute EU funded campaign against illegal wildlife trade and other project campaigns, in conjunction with relevant TRAFFIC and WWF national, regional and international programmes, offices, and campaign partners. The campaign manager will work closely with TRAFFIC and WWF Communication teams as well as within WWF and TRAFFIC global network. 


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