Panthera, founded in 2006, is devoted exclusively to preserving wild cats and their critical role in the world’s ecosystems. Panthera’s team of leading biologists, law enforcement experts and wild cat advocates develop innovative strategies based on the best available science to protect cheetahs, jaguars, leopards, lions, pumas, snow leopards and tigers and their vast landscapes. In 50 countries around the world, Panthera works with a wide variety of stakeholders to reduce or eliminate the most pressing threats to wild cats—securing their future, and ours. To learn more about Panthera, visit Our Mission page.
Manager - Wildlife Conservation & Law Enforcement
The candidate will oversee the Patrolling and Law Enforcement Monitoring Teams of the Assam Forest Department and Aaranyak (NGO) enforcement activities to ensure effective implementation of SMART patrolling and LEM interventions to combat wildlife crime in Manas National Park. The incumbent will be an active member of a team committed to ensuring the protection of vulnerable tiger and rhino populations.
Conservation Security Interns (Tiger Program)
Panthera is looking for enthusiastic and dedicated young professionals to take part in their Conservation Security Interns program within their Tiger Program. This program has been designed for developing young professionals who have an interest in conservation and the protection of wildlife across tiger range countries. Candidates should be keen to learn new and innovative techniques that combine biological practices with cutting-edge law enforcement methodology to develop and maintain comprehensive security strategies.