Open positions within INTERPOL’s Environmental Security Unit


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From: Environmental Crime []
Sent: Friday, August 22, 2014 10:21 PM
To: Environmental Crime
Subject: Open positions within INTERPOL’s Environmental Security Unit

Dear Colleagues,

The INTERPOL Environmental Security Sub-Directorate (ENS) would like to notify you that it is advertising available positions for work across a number of areas. Please find below a hyperlink that will direct you to the INTERPOL career webpage where additional details can be found of each available position:

ENS is expanding its work and activities and is looking to build upon recent successes. The advertised positions are attributed to these successes and seek to further supplement ENS’ workforce with international expertise on environmental crime and law enforcement.

We kindly encourage you to forward this message on to anyone meeting the requested candidate requirements who may be interested in these opportunities.

Thank you very much for your consideration.

Best regards,

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