Location of Job: 1-7-1, Tayuan Diplomatic Office Building, No.14 Liangmahe South Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100600
The position is to design, implement and evaluate short and long term wildlife consumption behavior change campaigns in China, contributing to the prevention of wildlife crime.
Gather and comprehend information and new development in behavioral science and behavior change methodologies and techniques to develop IFAW’s wildlife consumption behavior change strategy.
Work closely with Senior Program Officer in producing reports,
Work closely with Communications team to develop behavior change campaigns strategy and messaging as well as supporting materials, including reports and media briefings.
Work closely with Communications team to establish and maintain cooperative relationship with various stakeholders in amplify impact of IFAW’s behavior change work.
Identify and liaise with key stakeholders including individuals, public sectors and private sectors with knowledge on and experience in mass communications, marketing and other fields related to behavior change to establish a network of expert which can contribute to IFAW’s work in the long run.
Support senior program officer in developing fund raising proposal and reports to restricted grants.
Undertake other duties consistent with the post when required.
Formal degree in psychology and social behavioral science preferred
Experience in wildlife conservation, environmental issues and other social welfare issues is preferable
Proven understanding of campaign development and promotion required
Knowledge and understanding of China’s cultural, social and political environment a must
Ability to interact harmoniously and communicate effectively with people, both internally and externally
Fluency in both written and spoken Chinese and English
Tact, astute, diplomatic and a friendly and professional approach are essential
Result-oriented and have ability to manage competing priorities