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The Chinko Project is recruiting an experienced Law Enforcement Manager to head the Law Enforcement (LE) department. The department currently consist of 60 paramilitary trained wildlife rangers and a number of support personnel, both expat and local. The Chinko Project is managing a 17,600Km2 nature reserve in the remote south eastern part of the Central African Republic.
The role of the LE Manager is to ensure the security of the Chinko reserve, protecting the wildlife and the habitat from illegal poaching and exploitation. The main security threats consist of militarized poaching groups, transhumance herders and artisanal miners. The reserve is in an early stage of development and gradual expansion of the area under control is required. The LE Manager would be responsible for this expansion and to increase the number of wildlife rangers to over 150, providing adequate support, training and leadership. This is a truly unique opportunity and a hugely important job, to protect one of the most remote and diverse nature reserves left in Africa today.
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Capabilities, competencies and experience required
How to apply
Send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com Recruitment on rolling basis and the position will be filled once we have the right candidate.
About Chinko Project
The Chinko Project sustainably manages a nature reserve in the heart of Africa – one of the last pristine mosaics of wooded savannah and tropical lowland rainforest deep within the Central African Republic. This project goes beyond conservation, it represents hope for stability and governance in one of the poorest regions on earth with an endless history of corruption, depletion of natural resources and military conflicts.
We are passionate about Central Africa – for both its wildlife and people – and believe there is a way for both to coexist. The Chinko Project, as a governing body, supports local communities, protects the ecosystem, and maintains economic value through tourism – providing the key to a sustainable future for this thriving ecosystem. More information on: www.chinkoproject.com
Chinko Project is a proud member of African Parks