Workshop Trainer (local), Wildlife Trafficking in Guatemala and Belize

Job
from American Bar Association
Closing date: 13 Feb 2020

JOB SUMMARY:

The American Bar Association, Rule of Law Initiative (ABA-ROLI) is seeking a local trainer to develop a training curriculum and materials and deliver a two-day training on wildlife trafficking in Central America, namely in Bolivia and Peru. The trainer must be an expert on wildlife trafficking and will co-facilitate training sessions with an international wildlife trafficking expert for key stakeholders in Bolivia and Peru.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • In coordination with the international expert, he/she will be responsible for developing a bi-national training curriculum and materials addressing the legal framework, regional enforcement and cooperation, and nexus of transnational crimes related to wildlife trafficking across Bolivia and Peru;
  • Under the supervision of the Program Director and in collaboration with DC staff he/she will develop training evaluation materials including, but not limited to, pre and posttests.
  • In collaboration with the international expert, he/she will draft and submit a training report at the conclusion of the binational training;
  • Responsible for identifying key stakeholders for the training, if needed.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • Previous experience with U.S. government-funded international programs;
  • Previous experience in applied research and curriculum design;
  • Previous experience in conducting trainings for high-level key stakeholders including state actors;
  • Previous experience and familiarity on issues regarding wildlife trafficking in Central America;
  • Strong commitment to rule of law principles.
  • Fluent in Spanish;

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Fluency in English;
  • Familiarity on issues regarding wildlife trafficking;
How to apply:

Please email you cover letter and resume to lac-recruitment@abaroli.org.