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IUCN Headquarters Gland, Switzerland
Deadline: 24 January 2010
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Poverty Reduction and Environmental Management Initiative
Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Extended deadline: 15 January 2010

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Global Marine Programme
IUCN Headquarters
Gland, Switzerland
Deadline: 10 January 2010

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Strategic Partnerships
IUCN Headquarters
Gland, Switzerland
Extended deadline: 10 January 2010

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Regional Office for Pan-Europe
IUCN Headquarters
Gland, Switzerland
LOCAL CANDIDATES ARE INVITED TO APPLY
Deadline: 31 December 2009

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EU Liaison Office
IUCN Regional Office for Europe
Brussels, Belgium
Deadline: 01 December 2009
 

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IUCN Headquarters
Gland, Switzerland
Deadline: 1 December 2009

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Species Programme
IUCN Headquarters
Gland, Switzerland
Only local candidates will be considered
Deadline: 27 November 2009

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EU Liaison Office
IUCN Regional Office for Europe
Brussels, Belgium
Deadline: 19 November 2009

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Species Programme Office
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Deadline: 15 November 2009

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Freshwater Biodiversity Assessment Unit
Species Programme Office
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Deadline: 15 November 2009

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EU Outermost Regions and Overseas Countries and Territories
IUCN Regional Office for Pan-Europe
Brussels, Belgium
Deadline: 28 October 2009

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Nile Basin Discourse
Kigali, Rwanda
Apply by email to earohr@iucn.org with copy to afunaduula2000@yahoo.co.uk
Deadline: 21 October 2009

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Nile Basin Discourse
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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Deadline: 21 October 2009

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Nile Basin Discourse
Entebbe, Uganda
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Deadline: 21 October 2009

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Nile Basin Discourse
Entebbe, Uganda
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Deadline: 21 October 2009

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Nile Basin Discourse
Entebbe, Uganda
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Deadline: 21 October 2009
 

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Nile Basin Discourse
Entebbe, Uganda
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Forest Conservation Programme
IUCN Headquarters
Gland, Switzerland
Deadline: 20 October 2009

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Programme Communications
Global Communications Unit
IUCN Headquarters, Gland, Switzerland
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WWF-Romania is seeking to recruit a dynamic and enthusiastic

Country Manager

(full-time, based in Bucharest, Romania)


The Country Manager will play a key role in WWF's efforts in Romania to conserve many of Europe's greatest natural treasures, including virgin forests, wetlands and wilderness areas; to promote a green economy and sustainable livelihoods; and to nurture a civil society based on empowered citizens and the rule of law. This position is challenging, but one that – with the WWF brand and resources behind it – can really make a difference.

We are looking for an exceptional individual who can lead the next phase of development of WWF in Romania. Following a period of dynamic development for WWF in Romania, the Country Manager will consolidate WWF's team and operations in Romania and lift them to a higher level to enhance performance and impact and secure a long-term, sustainable presence for WWF in Romania as a cornerstone for WWF's work in the Danube-Carpathian region and in Europe more generally.

The Country Manager is based in Bucharest, Romania and reports to the WWF-DCP Regional Director, while holding the following major functions:
  • Leads the development and implementation of strategic and annual plans for WWF in Romania, within the framework of planning for the Danube-Carpathian region.
  • Ensures that WWF-DCP/Romania has sufficient capacity and financial resources as well as efficient structures, systems and processes in place to implement the Strategic and Annual Plans.
  • Holds statutory responsibility for the operations of WWF-DCP/Romania and as such is responsible for the good management of WWF's operations in Romania.

Your duties will include:

  • Organisational development: Lead the development of a high-performing WWF Romania team. Ensure, together with the Regional HR Manager, the development and application of personnel policies and relevant statutory requirements.
  • Program and project development and fundraising: Lead efforts to mobilise and secure financial and other support. Work with the Regional fundraising coordinator, Regional Heads of Programmes and relevant staff in Romania to identify and cultivate major fundraising opportunities particularly from public and WWF Network sources. Ensure the smooth implementation of major projects supported by public sector and WWF Network sources, including management, reporting and donor relations.
  • Programme planning, monitoring & evaluation: Work with Monitoring & Evaluation responsible to ensure good planning, monitoring and evaluation for all areas of operations of WWF in Romania. Oversee and coordinate annual planning for Romania within the framework of regional planning.
  • Finance and administration: Ensure, with the Finance Manager, the effective and efficient management of the finances and administration of WWF-DCP/Romania, including compliance with Romanian legal and statutory requirements and WWF Network standards.
  • Statutory operations: Serve on the WWF-DCP/Romania Management Board. Ensure that the annual meetings of the Association's General Assemblies as well as board meetings are organized and carried out according to statutory requirements.

We expect from you:

  • Ambition, energy and drive, with a commitment to making a difference.
  • University degree with over 10 years management experience.
  • A high level of knowledge of programme management, financial planning and budgeting, project fundraising and human resource management.
  • A good understanding of biodiversity conservation and sustainable development issues particularly with regard to Romania would be a strong asset.
  • Proven experience in managing at least a small team and office.
  • Proven experience in budgeting and operational administration, as well as change management processes.
  • Strong abilities to manage interdisciplinary professional staff.
  • Solid decision-making skills with a strong business acumen and drive for results
  • Diplomatic and cultural skills to work with a broad array of individuals from a variety of backgrounds.
  • A team player, committed to building a strong team and sharing success with colleagues.
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills in both English and Romanian.
  • Commitment to WWF's mission and priorities.
  • Ability to work in an international environment and within a multi-cultural team.

We offer:

  • The opportunity to make a difference – for Romania and for WWF.
  • Challenging and fulfilling work in one of Europe's most exciting eco-regions.
  • Friendly and highly professional working atmosphere in an international context.
  • Varying tasks and independent work style.
  • A pleasant working atmosphere and great learning environment.
  • A competitive salary according to NGO standards.

If you are interested in joining the global WWF family, email your application documents including your CV and cover letter (in English) to mpascu@wwfdcp.ro. Application deadline: 15 September 2014. Please understand that we can only reply to short-listed candid11ates. For more information on the WWF- DCP RO, kindly check the website: http://romania.panda.org/
 

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WWF is seeking an experienced Communications Director who is responsible for advancing WWF-Greater Mekong's (WWF-GM) conservation and marketing agenda through targeted, innovative communications that reach and catalyze change in key constituencies. The Communications Director is responsible for building and maintaining positive profile for WWF's work through impactful media and outreach across key external online and offline communications channels; delivering compelling stories and events that reinforce WWF's brand, while supporting regular and efficient sharing and exchange of information through effective internal communications.

The Communications Director leads the development and implementation of WWF-GM's communications strategy, including communications / media policies, procedures and systems, in line with the WWF-GM Strategic Plan and Network Standards for communications.

Base location: Bangkok, Thailand

Key requirements:

  • Degree in communications, media, marketing or related subject;
  • At least seven years senior relevant professional experience;
  • Proven success record in advocacy / change communications;
  • Proven track record in designing and delivering successful communications strategies
  • Experience leading and participating in multi-disciplinary teams and building consensus, optimism and confidence in the face of challenges and pressure while charting new territory for the organisation
  • Familiarity with a wide range of communication tools and approaches, their potential impact and their suitability for an organisation like WWF
  • Long-term planning and analytical skills, as well as demonstrated ability to multi-task and work effectively to tight deadlines without compromising quality
  • Strong interpersonal skills are essential, as are skills in partnership development and the ability to develop relationships with a wide range of audiences.
  • Excellent communications skills, both written and verbal in English, supported by good computer and digital skills

·       How to apply

Please find attached the detailed Job Description for this position. Interested candidates should email a cover letter and curriculum vitae in English to vacancy@wwfgreatermekong.org  by 21 September 2014.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

"WWF is an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce."

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29 Aug 2014

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The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is one of the largest independent conservation organizations in the world. We are an international NGO committed to environmental protection active in almost 100 countries. WWF has been working in the Congo Basin in Central Africa since 1978.
The WWF has embarked on ambitious, field-based conservation programs across the Congo Basin. In the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), WWF is active in several landscape-scale sites, including the Lake Tumba Landscape. The Lake Télé-Lake Tumba Forest Landscape is the world's largest swamp forest and the world's second largest wetland area. It covers 126,440 km², spread over the Republic of Congo (ROC, 54,001 km²) and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC, 72,439 km²). Approximately 70% is swamp and seasonally inundated forest and grassland, and the remainder is terra firma forest and savanna. The landscape plays a key role in the climate and hydrology of the Congo basin and in watershed management in both the African and the global contexts. This landscape is further unique as all three (3) of Africa's great apes (gorillas, chimpanzees and bonobos) are found at high densities within its boundaries. Other species occurring in the landscape include forest elephant, hippopotamus, 16 diurnal monkey species and 7 duiker species. Over 350 species of birds have been observed including important waterbird populations. Fish diversity is striking with over 80 species identified in DRC and 50 in ROC components. The fish diversity is not solely an indicator of biodiversity, but is the foundation of the livelihoods of most communities.
The WWF seeks a Program Manager/Landscape Leader with expertise in broad-scale/landscape conservation management to direct its field program in the Lake Tumba Landscape and provide overall coordination and leadership. The Program Manager will ensure the direct management and coordination of the Lake Tumba landscape component of the Central Africa Forest Ecosystems Conservation (CAFEC) project funded by USAID as well as other sources of funding by:

  • Working closely with partners in and outside the Lake Tumba Landscape to obtain optimum conservation results;
  • Coordinating the implementation of the project with the support of the CoP (Chief of Party of the CAFEC project) and the Director of Conservation;
  • Overseeing technical, administrative and logistical staff of the program.

Duration of the assignment: 2 years renewable.

Location: The position is based in Mbandaka (DRC) with frequent trips to Kinshasa.

Main responsibilities:

  • Project oversight and coordination: Plans, directs and oversees project activities in accordance with the project description, work plan, budget and contractual agreements and ensures that the program is making progress towards its objectives.
  • Project implementation: Manages the portfolio of projects using a participatory, adaptive management approach. Ensures that management systems are established and oversees the administration of the projects. With support from WWF, ensures that projects are in compliance with donor regulations.
  • Technical leadership in major project components, including protected area management; community-based natural resource management; institutional strengthening and training; development of natural resource management plans, strategies, policies and legislation.
  • Financial management: With the direct support of the Finance Manager develops project budgets for approval and monitors expenditures against budgets. Ensures establishment of financial management systems for the project(s) to adequately meet financial management needs and donor regulations and policies. Prepares and submits monthly financial reports to WWF in accordance with procedures established by WWF.

What you need:

Required Qualifications

  • Minimum a MSc or diploma of engineering in an appropriate field: conservation / environment / natural resources management, etc.;
  • A minimum of 10 years of experience working in conservation or development organizations, preferably in a similar biome out of which 5 in a program manager's position.

Required skills and competencies

  • Strong working knowledge of forest and wildlife ecology and natural resource management principles;
  • Depth and breadth of knowledge of community-based natural resource management and rural livelihood issues;
  • Strong administrative & financial management skills and excellent organizational skills;
  • Fluency in French and English would be preferred;
  • Excellent people and project management skills to handle complex, multi-faceted projects;
  • Skills and experience in program development;
  • Strong communication skills, particularly in writing reports and proposals for donor agencies;
  • Familiarity with WWF, funding agencies (especially the World Bank, USAID, KfW) and Government agencies is preferred;
  • Experience working with government officials and donors;
  • Ability to live and work in remote and difficult conditions;
  • Adheres to WWF's values, which are: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.

Please consult the attached job description for more information on the position.

How to apply?

Email a cover letter and CV to recruitcarpo@wwfcarpo.org,
The subject should read Lake Tumba Program Manager/Landscape Leader. Deadline for applications: 18 September, 2014. Thank you in advance for your interest in this position. Please note that only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted for follow up. If you have not been contacted six (6) weeks after closing, consider your application unsuccessful.

Female and African nationals applicants are encouraged.

WWF is an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce

 

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28 Aug 2014

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The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is one of the largest independent conservation organizations in the world. We are an international NGO committed to environmental protection active in almost 100 countries. WWF has been working in the Congo Basin in Central Africa since 1978.
We are an international NGO committed to environmental protection active in almost 100 countries. WWF has been working in the Congo Basin in Central Africa since 1978.
The WWF has embarked on ambitious, field-based conservation programs across the Congo Basin. In the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), WWF is active in several landscape-scale sites, including the over 10 million ha Salonga landscape, encompassing Salonga National Park (SNP), the second largest forest park in the world, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and a critical refuge for bonobos and forest elephants. The landscape program also works in peripheral community and extractive areas. In addition to its importance for biodiversity conservation, this humid forest region is of significant importance for carbon storage and maintaining water supplies. The program takes an integrated conservation approach with a consortium of NGO, government, community, and academic partners. Key conservation strategies include: protected area management; land use planning; law enforcement and species conservation; community-based natural resource management and livelihood improvement; and forest certification.
The WWF seeks a Program Manager/Landscape Leader with expertise in broad-scale/landscape conservation management to ensure the direct management and coordination of the Salonga landscape, which is a component of the Central Africa Forest Ecosystems Conservation (CAFEC) project funded by USAID, with very significant additional funding in the pipeline by:

  • Working closely with partners in and outside Salonga National Park (SNP) to obtain optimum conservation results;
  • Coordinating the implementation of the program with the support of the CoP (Chief of Party of the CAFEC project) and the Director of Conservation;
  • Overseeing technical, administrative and logistical staff of the program.

Location: The position is based in Monkoto, DRC with frequent trips to Kinshasa

Duration of the assignment: 2 years renewable.

Main responsibilities:

  • Supervision and direction of the program: under the direct supervision of the Conservation Director, the Landscape Leader will support the overall management of WWF Salonga program. He/she will provide leadership in the design of the conservation strategy and the development of new projects in strategic areas.
  • Technical coordination: He/she will develop operational plans, budgets and contractual arrangements for activities under the direct responsibility of WWF and will coordinate with ICCN (protected area management agency) and other partners in order to ensure the necessary synergies in their implementation.
  • Human and financial resources management: with the direct support of the Human resources manager, WWF DRC Finance and its local administrator, the Landscape Leader will ensure the technical supervision of the employees as well as financial management of the program. He/she may also support fund-raising for a better management of the PNS and its landscape.
  • Strengthening partnerships: the candidate must build and maintain a strategic partnership with ICCN and other consortium partners active in Salonga to put in place a co-management structure for a significant improvement in the management of the SNP.

What you need:

Required Qualifications

  • Minimum a MSc or diploma of engineering in an appropriate field: conservation / environment / natural resources management, etc.;
  • A minimum of 10 years of experience (out of which 5 in a program manager' position) in conservation, management of protected areas and knowledge of international development organizations which ideally would be in the Central Africa region.

Required skills and competencies

  • Demonstrated experience in multidisciplinary team management in the context of developing countries;
  • Knowledge of management principles and related issues in protected areas and National parks in particular;
  • Knowledge of public policies on biodiversity;
  • Knowledge in land-use planning, rural development;
  • Experience in the construction of co-management schemes and collaboration with these entities and their staff would be an advantage;
  • Excellent capacity for negotiation, consultation and coordination;
  • Experience in the preparation and implementation of strategic plans of conservation;
  • Good administrative, financial, human resources and projects management capacities;
  • Excellent skills in oral and written communication in French and English would be beneficial;
  • Ability to work under difficult conditions under in the context of complex issues;
  • Experience in working with international agencies, particularly USAID, European Union, and the German financial Cooperation would be beneficial;
  • Sharing WWF values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.

Please consult the attached job description for more information on the position.

How to apply?

Email a cover letter and CV to recruitcarpo@wwfcarpo.org,
The subject should read Salonga Program Manager/Landscape Leader. Deadline for applications: 18 September, 2014. Thank you in advance for your interest in this position. Please note that only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted for follow up. If you have not been contacted six (6) weeks after closing, consider your application unsuccessful.

Female and African nationals applicants are encouraged.

WWF is an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce

 

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28 Aug 2014

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 World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world's leading conservation organization, seeks a Senior Program Officer for Adaptive Management. Under the supervision of the manager, leads efforts to enhance WWF's capacity to design and adaptively manage integrated conservation and development programs primarily through its USG, WWF GEF Agency and Multilateral donor portfolios. The position is responsible for guiding teams through incorporating critical and required thematic approaches into conservation and development interventions. Provides strategic advisement as part of the GEF Unit, USAID team, and other department units.

 

Major Duties & Responsibilities

1.      Guides programmatic teams through integrated project and program design by using a theory of change approach that clearly articulates linkages between interventions and outcomes;

2.      Provides feedback for the preparation of strategies and monitoring plans for all major projects funded by the GEF, USG and other multilateral donors.

3.      Ensures that WWF programmatic approaches, polices, Network Standards, and donor requirements are incorporated into projects, and flags compliance issues to the appropriate department or manager for action and follow-up. 

4.      Analyzes project results, review technical and performance monitoring reports and determines in cooperation with subject matter experts if program adjustments are warranted.

5.      Leads and/or supports internal project evaluations and reviews, coordinates external third party evaluations of major projects when called for (e.g. internal, mid-term evaluations and external third party final evaluations of major GEF-funded and USAID-funded projects). 

6.      Creates and maintains systems and standards for adaptive management for the USG and Multilateral donor portfolio working closely with department units to ensure quality tracking and roll-ups of portfolio performance information.

7.      Collaborates with the WWF-US Measures team and WWF partner offices to improve results, monitoring and evaluation frameworks that identify appropriate indicators and effectively measure risks and assumptions.;

8.      Leads a cross-functional capacity building team that enables WWF partner offices, project teams, and external partners to build adaptive management capacity through a community of practice; and

9.      Support training workshops, rallies, and other external events through the Conservation Coaches Network (CCNET), the WWF Network Conservation Coaches Community of Practice, and external associations like the American Evaluators Association and Project Management Institute.

Minimum Requirements

  1. Senior level contributor in area of specialization; works on complex projects with minimal supervision.
  2. Bachelor's degree plus 6 to 8 years program or other professional experience required.  Master's preferred with 3 to 5 years of experience.
  3. Skilled and knowledgeable about program and project management and current methodologies or approaches in the field.
  4. Familiarity with monitoring and evaluation protocols, as well as common donor policies and standards.
  5. High level of familiarity with government, and non-governmental organizations.
  6. Demonstrated ability to work effectively and cooperatively with a wide range of people.
  7. Communicates clearly and concisely orally and in writing in English.
  8. Demonstrated ability to work with project management software and virtual communication tools
  9. Workshop or meeting preparation or facilitation
  10. Training, certification and/or coursework in program/project management or M&E
  11. Familiarity with the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation preferred

To Apply:

-          Please visit our careers page and submit an on-line application.

-          The most compatible browser that supports the application process is Internet Explorer 7, or version 8 and 9 in "compatibility mode".

-          Submit cover letter and resume to http://www.worldwildlife.org/careers, job #15022

-          Due to the high volume of applications we are not able to respond to inquiries via phone. 

 

As an EOE/AA employer, WWF will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, and veteran or disability status.

 

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22 Aug 2014

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Executive Director, Earth Hour Global (Singapore)


We are looking for a Executive Director (ED) who will be responsible to spearhead the global adoption and implementation of Earth Hour and Earth Hour Blue, the world's first crowdfunding and crowdsourcing platform for the planet, among individuals, organisations and internally within the WWF network. The ED will ensure that EH is closely aligned with WWF's conservation objectives and will work with the network to drive the 'crowd' to help achieve conservation wins.

The ED will also spearhead efforts to secure core funding for the EH Global team and oversee long term financial sustainability by creating multiple income streams for Earth Hour. This funding needs to be secured while strictly adhering to WWF Global Network Rules.The ED needs to possess a vision that complements Earth Hour's stature as the largest grassroots environmental campaign in the world.

This position reports to the Executive Director, Marketing and Communications, WWF International, Board of Directors of Earth Hour Global (EHG).

Location/Contract Details:

WWF office in Singapore. This is a two-year contract position.

Main responsibilities:

The ED must demonstrate strong leadership abilities and will need to drive relationships with the WWF network globally to achieve and grow the number of tangible environmental outcomes for Earth Hour beyond the hour. The responsibility includes managing EHG operations and securing core funding for the EHG team and creating multiple income streams to run EHG and ensure the longevity of the movement.
The ED should ensure EHG, as a charitable organisation, is fully compliant and follows the highest level of governance as stipulated by the charity laws of Singapore. The ED also engages and ensures a highly effective relationship with the Board of EHG and a cooperative relationship with WWF-Singapore working with the CEO of WWF Singapore in promoting Earth Hour and WWF as a collective.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Work in consultation with the WWF network to develop the EHG Strategic Plan and ensure effective implementation, monitoring and reporting of the strategic plan.
  • Lead and establish a path to full financial sustainability for EHG and create multiple income streams for long term longevity of the team and the movement.
  • Lead, collaborate with and manage the EHG Senior Management Team, comprising of the CIO, Director of Business Development, Director of Brand and Marketing and Communications Manager.
  • Ensure highly effective communication and collaboration with stakeholders in the WWF network. These stakeholders could range from country CEO's, Conservation, Communications and Fundraising Directors and all relevant committees in WWF.
  • Provide leadership to the staff of Earth Hour Global to ensure the development, financing and implementation of its work plans.
  • Lead the operations of EHG in Singapore to meet WWF International's network standards (Finance, HR, Donor Management, Fundflow tracking etc policies) and build organisational capacity to ensure retention and motivation of the EHG team.
  • To work closely with the Communications & Marketing team at WWF International to ensure audiences are maximized using the outreach channels of both teams.
  • To work closely with the senior management team in WWF Singapore to ensure there is a clear channel of communication between EHG and WWF Singapore to ensure the shared mission is achieved.
  • Ensure that Earth Hour Global's governance and compliance requirements for charities, approved policies, procedures and standards for audits, operational, financial, human resource and administrative systems and outputs are implemented and monitored including EHG's key performance indicators.
  • Be a brand ambassador for EH across all avenues including online channels and media.
  • Monitor and provide a quarterly update for EHG and WWF International on the achievements of the agreed work plan and activities undertaken, and as required for reporting to charity regulatory frameworks in Singapore.
  • Ensure effective networking and engagement with Earth Hour organizing teams who are non-WWF (volunteers, other NGO's, corporates) across the globe.
  • Perform other duties as requested by the Executive Director, Marketing and Communications, WWF-International.

 

What you need:

Required Qualifications

  • At least 15 years professional experience in a leadership role, with demonstrated success in building a business, managing teams and organizational operations.
  • Fundraising experience with a keen sense of understanding P&L statements, and planning budgets.
  • Proven success in successful donor management or other relevant stakeholder management.
  • Proven success in developing and executing innovative and highly leveraged marketing strategies, including direct senior-level experience in branding and communications especially in digital communications
  • Proven editorial judgement and thorough knowledge of online and offline international media markets
  • Strong understanding and presence on popular social media channels is a plus.
  • Knowledge and experience of the not-for-profit sector, preferably of environmental non-governmental organizations, governance and regulatory compliance is a distinct advantage
  • Proven success in a multi-cultural international setting
  • A degree in business administration, communications and marketing or a relevant field


Skills and Competencies

  • Proven leadership skills, excellent capacity to manage financial resources, strong skills in project planning, financing, implementation and evaluation.
  • Ability to articulate the EH vision in a multitude of fora and seek out unique collaborative partnerships.
  • Proven ability to lead and deliver outcomes in a diverse environment without having direct oversight or control
  • Ability to motivate a highly energetic and skilled team at EHG to achieve global success.
  • Superlative diplomatic and communication skills, including an ability to work and communicate effectively with a broad spectrum of individuals (individual donors, business leaders, public figures, WWF Staff ) within a broad range of cultural environments.
  • Demonstrated fund-raising skills and experience, with corporations and individuals
  • Demonstrated experience in developing, implementing and evaluating strategic plans
  • Fluency in English required. Fluency in other languages that are widely used at an international level is a distinct advantage.
  • Adheres to WWF's values, which are : Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.

How to apply?

Email a cover letter and CV in English to hr@wwf.sg the subject line Executive Director – Earth Hour Global.

Deadline for applications: 20th September 2014.


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22 Aug 2014

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WWF - Job Opportunities

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 WWF is one of the largest independent conservation organisations in the world. We are an international NGO committed to environmental protection active in almost 100 countries and have been working in the Congo Basin since 1978. Our mission is to stop environmental degradation in the world and build a future where humans live in harmony with nature.

WWF is implementing an ambitious conservation programme in Central Africa, called the Green Heart of Africa (GHoA); with offices in Gabon, Cameroon, the Central African Republic, the Republic of Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The GHoA programme across the region is implemented with the collaboration of strategic partners, and focuses on four pillars: the reduction of the illegal wildlife trade, the sustainable and effective management of protected areas, support to green economy approaches and promotion of sustainable forest resource management at scale.

In DRC, the programme aims to ensure that the exceptional landscapes and thematic conservation programmes of DRC are managed sustainably so that biodiversity is conserved, ecosystems functions and services are maintained, valorised and contribute to reducing global climate change; while improving people's livelihoods and sustainable development.

WWF DRC Programme seeks a Competent Funding Officer, who will work closely with the Conservation and the Finance teams in partnership with the Fundraising Manager for Africa to sustain its growth in DRC,

Location: WWF Office in Kinshasa, DRC

Main responsibilities:

•Fundraising

  • Working closely with the National Director and in collaboration with the Fundraising Manager for Africa, identify and build Relationships with country based donors, seek, initiate and act on opportunities to strategically engage, involve and develop donor relationships;
  • Assist the Country Conservation Director in planning and developing programme concept notes and proposals for submission to donors in respect of WWF network guidelines and adherence to donor requirements and expectations;
  • Be the focal point for the maintenance and implementation of WWF's policy on proposal and contract management in DRC to ensure quality proposal development, effective sign off process.

•Contract Management and Reporting to Donors

  • Based on the Donor Reporting Schedule in each DRC Contract, lead on the development of high quality programme technical and financial report in close working relation with the Programme Managers and finance teams;
  • Share the report and obtain the approval / sign off from the Country Conservation Director as well as ensuring its submission by the designated Contract Administrator;
  • Once or twice in the project life cycle and depending on budget availability (if data not provided by the M&E person or by the programme manager), systematic travel to the field to compare theoretical achievements with the actual work completion in the field and gather images and testimonies as useful ingredient for the donor reports;
  • Enhance a culture of timely and quality reporting, learning and sharing within the Programme, Funding and finance team through a Creation and management of a donor reporting database including the data before, during and after the project completion;
  • With support from the Country Conservation Director and Fundraising Manager for Africa, ensure the report sounds good programme and financial management and that it aligns to WWF reporting rules;
  • Lead the dialogue between the donor and WWF Programme team in one hand and between CARPO team and DRC team on the other hand on proposal finalisation and contract negotiation.

•System Management (Oracles and Insight)

Once the new financial system (Oracle) is in place:
  • Through bimonthly system audit, ensure that all donor contract information for specific programmes is correctly recorded according to WWF internal procedures.
  • Conduct System training for newly recruited staff when they are required to use the system.

•Capacity building

  • Ensure sufficient capacity and skills of WWF and partner's staffs to manage funding in full respect of donors requirements in regard to the Project Management Cycle; liaise with the finance department in regard to donor's financial requirements, and alert program staff on other donor requirements;
  • Assess and strengthen the capacity of conservation programme colleagues and partner staff across the country in the planning, securing and management of restricted funds through formal training delivery, coaching and advice.

•Information management

Support the Conservation team to ensure the programme information is fully WWF system compliant and that each program information filing is triangulated (Google Drive, Online Oracle System and hard copies).

What you need:

Required Qualifications

  • Have at least a Master degree in Economy, Management, Social sciences, environment...
  • Experience in Programme, Finance Management including familiarity with log frame and budgets. A background in Conservation and environment studies is an asset;
  • Minimum 3 years' experience working with International NGOs preferably in Conservation and in the public relationship;
  • Experience working with donors like EU, DFID, UNDP, SIDA, KFW, USAID, BMU, BMZ, WORLD BANK ADB ...

Required Skills and Competencies

  • Good communication, networking and influencing skills – both written and verbal in English and French;
  • High level of numeracy, budgeting, financial reporting and IT skills;
  • Detailed oriented, highly analytical, critical reading, sceptical-questioning, can maintain impartiality when reviewing a report and act as a bridge between WWF DRC and donors if delegated by the Fundraising Manager for Africa;
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse groups of people as well as having the drive to work both under own initiative and within a team to achieve results;
  • Experience of capacity building of others;
  • Convincing skills, negotiation skills, team motivator;
  • Ability to manage a diverse work load and be flexible to changing priorities;
  • Organizational awareness –how to get what information and who to keep informed;
  • Ability to travel to the hard to reach fields;
  • Be emotionally environment conservation centred and willing to advocate for a conservation that consider human development;
  • Adhere to WWF's values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.

Please consult the attached job description for more information on the position.

How to apply?
Interested candidates who meet the above requirements should send a cover letter and a detailed CV to the address recrutement_wwfrdc@wwfcarpo.org. The subject should read Funding Officer.

Deadline for applications: 31 August 2014

Female and African nationals applicants are encouraged.

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19 Aug 2014

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Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Urban Sustainability

We seek a highly skilled, recent PhD graduate with a deep understanding of, and research experience in, the sustainability challenges faced by fast growing cities in developing countries.

This is unique post-doctoral fellowship offered by the WWF Luc Hoffmann Institute, a boundary organization working with WWF, one of the largest environmental organisations in the world, to conduct and deliver high impact, multidisciplinary scientific research to policy and practitioner communities. 

The aim of the WWF Luc Hoffmann Fellows Program is to build conservation science leadership capacity in the countries where this capacity is most needed. Our fellows work at the interface between top academic institutions and the global WWF network, often leading collaborative research teams that combine experts and mentors from WWF, researchers from top Universities around the world, and workstream leads from the Luc Hoffmann Institute. We are only accepting applications from candidates who have citizenship within one of the GEF eligible countries.

About the Urban Sustainability Fellowship

The aim of this fellowship is to work with WWF staff to research urban development potential to help reduce humanity's global footprint while protecting citizen's opportunities for development and well-being.

The successful candidate will spend the first phase of their fellowship (3-4 months) working collaboratively with a WWF office to produce a roadmap for the next development phase of the Earth Hour City Challenge, researching the challenges and trends currently faced by fast growing cities and identifying opportunities to be taken on board by the WWF programme. The fellow will assess key research and synthesis needs linked to WWF's role in fast-growing cities.

During the second phase, the fellow will work in a collaborative research team composed of a WWF lead, an academic lead, and key experts from inside and outside WWF and will identify and develop strategic indicators to monitor cities' progress in their sustainability commitments and actions.

In addition to their research role, all Luc Hoffmann Fellows participate in the Luc Hoffmann Institute Fellows Program, which provides leadership training, opportunities for joint research with other fellows and Luc Hoffmann Institute staff, and participation in the production of a variety of science to policy and practice products including research and policy briefs for end users in the private and public sector. For more information please see the Luc Hoffmann Institute Fellows Program.

Location/Contract Details:

WWF Office in Stockholm, Sweden for the first 4 months. This is a 2-2.5 year position that can begin as early as September 2014. The location for the remaining duration of the assignment is to be determined.

What you need:

We are seeking applicants with a doctoral degree in Environmental Science, Social Science, or Sustainability Science (eg. Environmental or Ecological Economics, Urbanization Development studies, Design, Land Use planning, Architecture, Environmental Politics), a strong record of scholarship, including relevant peer-reviewed publications; a deep understanding of current political affairs and the relationship between conservation and the external political agendas of various decision-makers; and strong written and verbal communication skills.

Additional desired qualifications include experience working with community, non-government and government organisations; strong skills in quantitative modelling, statistics, system thinking, and / or geographic information systems, experience with interdisciplinary research; capacity to translate research findings into public policy, including engagement with government decision makers; strong interest in applied, real-world conservation problem-solving and ability to interact with experts from different disciplinary backgrounds in this capacity; the ability to work both independently and cooperatively in multicultural environment, and a good sense of humour.


How to apply?

Upload your covering letter and CV on Linkedin. We will not accept applications without CV and Covering Letter. Please make sure they are saved together as one file.

Deadline for applications: September 12th, 2014

We are looking for highly skilled, interdisciplinary, action-oriented candidates who are willing to work in diverse teams to support effective transfer of rigorous science to policy application. This Fellow opportunity is open to candidates from countries eligible to Global Environment Facility (GEF) funding.

Mission of the WWF Luc Hoffmann Institute:

We bring researchers, stakeholders and WWF experts together to co-create evidence-based solutions to the toughest conservation and sustainable development problems. We work around the world, focusing research and synthesis to respond to the needs of decision-makers and practitioners, and creating timely evidence-based solutions to urgent environmental issues.

WWF is an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce.

 

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18 Aug 2014

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Senior Programme Officer

LOCATION:

Beijing

DURATION:

2 year fulltime position

TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, works to ensure that trade in wild animals and plants is not a threat to the conservation of nature. It actively monitors and investigates wildlife trade and provides information to diverse audiences worldwide as a basis for effective conservation policies and programmes.

TRAFFIC is a strategic alliance of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). TRAFFIC is an international network which is organised into eight regional hubs.

This work has strong strategic elements of project management, programme and project development as well as partnership management.

CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES:

•Guides and supports the operations of the team in TRAFFIC's China office, in close consultation with the Head of Office-China, so that projects and activities are successfully implemented in China;
•Contributes to the strategic development of TRAFFIC's work in China, in line with delivering TRAFFIC's programme ;
•Ensures and maintains good working relationships with WWF, IUCN, governmental and inter-governmental agencies, major donors and relevant NGOs.
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:
•Provides support and guidance to the TRAFFIC team in China to ensure it delivers project results effectively, efficiently and to expected TRAFFIC quality standards – on time and on budget.
•Manages and implements a range of project activities in the area of wildlife trade – including preparation and submission of technical and project reports (to a variety of donors and funding agencies).
•In collaboration with the Head of Office-China, creatively and pro-actively contributes to the further strategic development of TRAFFIC's work in China – including development of funding proposals as well as budgeting and scheduling of planned activities.
•Partnership development and networking: fosters relations with existing (project) partners in (international) NGOs, IGOs, government departments and relevant officials, donors and other partners (at senior level) as well as develops and builds up strategic new institutional relations.
•Observes and analyses relevant events, developments and activities related to wildlife trade in China and around the world in order to develop TRAFFIC's work in China.
•Liaises and co-ordinates with relevant WWF and IUCN offices and focal colleagues around the world to support the implementation of TRAFFIC's programme.
•Collaborates closely with TRAFFIC's senior staff around the world to ensure that TRAFFIC's activities in China are in line with TRAFFIC's programme, and to create bigger impacts.
•Conducts any other duties related to the organization and operation of TRAFFIC in East Asia and the TRAFFIC network, as identified by the Head of Office - China, the Regional Director—East & South Asia, and the Senior Director—Asia-Pacific.

REQUIREMENTS:

•A university degree in a relevant discipline (e.g., conservation, biology, forestry, law or political, environmental and social sciences) and experience with international NGOs or Inter-Governmental Organizations.
•At least six years of relevant working experience.
•This dynamic position requires a proactive person with a passion for environmental issues and the ability to stimulate and motivate colleagues.
•Demonstrated experience in providing guidance to colleagues.
•Experience in working with government agencies would be an advantage.
•Strong, extensive and proven project management experience (including with international donors and partners).
•Solid experience in reporting to international donors (including international donors)
•Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively as a part of a small team.
•Creative and lateral-thinking mind-set.
•Self-starter, who can quickly and efficiently take up complex responsibilities
•Strong networking skills and ability to work in different cultural contexts.
•Bilingual: fluent Chinese (Mandarin) and good English skills with demonstrated working experience.
•Experience using email with good IT skills in Microsoft Office.
•Ability to multi-task, work under pressure and under deadlines.
•Willingness to travel.
•Must be eligible to live and work in China.

CONTACT:

Please send your resume and a cover letter (in both Chinese and English) to:
hr@wwfchina.org, by September 5, 2014.
 

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14 Aug 2014

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JOB OPPORTUNITY

               COUNTRY DIRECTOR

 

The Greater Mekong region is one of the biologically richest places on the planet; its varied natural resources support the livelihoods and well-being of millions of people in mainland Southeast Asia. WWF-Greater Mekong – on the ground in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam – is working to conserve the region's biodiversity and build a secure and sustainable future for people and wildlife. 

With three of the most pristine large rivers and some of the most extensive intact forest in the region, Myanmar is Asia's last frontier for conservation. Its natural environments remain mostly unspoiled. They support some of the region's poorest people, and possibly the largest populations of wild elephants in Southeast Asia. But Myanmar is also now experiencing many of the same pressures faced by the rest of the Greater Mekong, from deforestation to illegal wildlife trade to energy demand.


We are looking for a visionary and results-oriented Country Director to develop and lead a high performing WWF Myanmar Country Office so that it is highly influential; plays a leadership role in the WWF network; is able to shape the conservation agenda of Myanmar to deliver on WWF's global priorities at national, regional and global level.

Base location: Yangon, Myanmar

Key requirements for the role include:

·         At least 10 years professional experience in a leadership role, 3 of which should be in Myanmar, with demonstrated success in managing multi-disciplinary teams;

·         Advanced university degree in Business Management, International Relations / Development, or other related fields.  Additional academic training or a degree in an environmental / conservation field would be a strong asset;

·         Proven track record in successfully developing, leading, and managing large-scale programmes and/or institutions in the field of conservation, natural resource management, international development, and/or other related fields;

·         A proven leader with the capability of growing an organization's impact and building future leadership and talent in the organization;

·         High level negotiation, collaborating and influencing skills and the capacity to develop and maintain strong relationships at all levels in the business, not-for-profit, scientific and political communities;

·         Have networks at the highest levels of Government and Business;

·         Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to represent an organization at a range of local and international fora, in the media and with the general public;

·         Adherence to WWF's values, which are: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.

Detailed Job Description for the position is posted on www.panda.org/jobs under Jobs.

Interested candidates should email a cover letter, curriculum vitae and available degrees and qualifications in English to vacancy@wwfgreatermekong.org with the subject line "Applications for Myanmar Country Director" by 24 August 2014.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

 "WWF is an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce."

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13 Aug 2014

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Senior Arctic Species Officer

The WWF Global Arctic Programme (GAP) is one of WWF's priority global initiatives. The GAP leads the WWF Network, WWF national offices in Arctic states, and other interested WWF offices in conservation efforts in the Arctic. The GAP is hosted by, and headquartered at, WWF-Canada, in Ottawa.

Location:

Open

POSITION DESCRIPTION

The Senior Arctic Species Officer works with the WWF Global Arctic Programme (GAP) and is tasked with providing leadership, strategic direction, coordination, and technical support for the development, implementation and funding of the species component of the WWF Arctic Strategic Plan, with an emphasis on and responsibility for full implementation of the WWF Polar Bear Species Action Plan (SAP).

The SAP objectives guide WWF's work to ensure that human activities are not detrimental to key Arctic species at the population level and viable populations of key Arctic species and their habitats are stable or growing and are managed sustainably.


Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Leads Arctic species strategy development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, in particular for the Polar Bear Species Action Plan (SAP) through coordination and interaction with the relevant WWF National Organisations, the WWF Species Programme, other WWF bodies such as TRAFFIC, ecoregional programmes, external partners, and donor organizations.
  • Oversees the budget and operational plan of the GAP's species work, facilitates the strategic flow of funds to implement priorities, and ensures alignment to the SAP.
  • Provides polar bear and general species conservation expertise to WWF colleagues involved with the GAP, seeking integration of species conservation requirements with the policy and governance, spatial conservation, as well as the business and industry components of the WWF Arctic Strategic Plan.
  • Provides technical and policy advice to field and policy staff in WWF National Organisations including through participation in project design, feasibility and development missions as appropriate, and to the broader WWF Network (including TRAFFIC) as required.
  • Delivers policy outcomes for polar bear and key Arctic species in relevant global and regional policy and advocacy fora.
  • Coordinates annual updates and revisions to the species component of the WWF Arctic Strategic Plan and SAP, as necessary.
  • Develops and implements a species fundraising strategy.
  • Remains abreast of developments related to polar bear and other key Arctic species conservation and management, shares these with the WWF networks of experts, and provides feedback on their effectiveness.
  • Ensures the highest standards for monitoring and evaluation of the species programme performance, in accordance with the SAP.
  • Organises and participates in the monitoring and evaluation of GAP activities and prepares a bi-annual Technical Progress Report on the Polar Bear SAP implementation progress.
  • Draws out key lessons learned from the monitoring and evaluation process on a regular basis, reporting and disseminating these to the WWF Network through the annual reporting cycles.
  • Develops and implements communications strategies and products for Arctic species, in collaboration with the Communications team of the GAP, the Conservation Communications Unit of WWF-International, and the Global Species Programme.
  • Provides strategic information on programme activities, achievements and conservation issues to the WWF Network, the general public, scientific community, media, and donors.
  • Maintains links with scientific, conservation, and governmental bodies related to polar bear and other Arctic species conservation issues to ensure synergies and partnerships where appropriate and provides regular updates on progress to the GAP and WWF Species Programme.
  • Represents GAP, and where appropriate WWF, at external fora on polar bear and other Arctic species issues in coordination with the GAP Director.
  • Maintains technical contacts with the Director of the WWF Global Species Programme and attends the bimonthly SAP Leaders calls and the annual SAP Leaders meeting.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master's degree or PhD in the field of natural resources management, biological sciences, or conservation biology.
  • At least 7 years of experience in wildlife or conservation programme/project management or coordination with experience coordinating complex international programmes with strong policy and advocacy components, across different disciplines and cultural backgrounds. Extensive Arctic conservation experience is a definite asset.
  • Good technical knowledge of species conservation and biodiversity conservation in general, and with understanding of the major conservation issues affecting Arctic species.
  • Understanding of field-based activities as well as of international policy fora.
  • Experience developing fundraising proposals and cultivating relationships with donors.
  • Direct work experience with an international conservation NGO, agencies and/or government. Strong and proven programme leadership, management, and coordination skills, interpersonal and team-building skills, understanding of project and financial management, and budgeting.
  • Is a proactive, self-motivating person, who works within the team but demonstrates ability for autonomy and is not shy to ask for information or advice.
  • Generates ideas, is solutions-oriented, constructive in debates, well-organized, passionate, and is inspirational to others.
  • Excellent oral and written presentation and communication skills, rigor, and ability to translate technical and scientific information for a non-technical audience.
  • Fluency in English (written and spoken), other Arctic languages an asset.
  • Ability to travel for meetings and to visit project sites (30% of time) is essential for this position.
  • Adheres to WWF's values, which are: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined, and Engaging.
  • This is a full-time permanent position.
  • There will be international travel as part of this role.

How to apply:

If you are interested in applying for this exciting opportunity, you may submit your application:

Online: https://home.eease.com/recruit/?id=10228411

By Mail:
Attn: Human Resources Department
245 Eglinton Ave. Suite 410
Toronto, ON
M4P 3J1

The deadline for applications is Friday, September 5, 2014.

WWF-Canada is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome diversity in the workplace and encourage applications from all qualified candidates including women, members of visible minorities, persons with disabilities, and aboriginal peoples.

WWF-Canada is also committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environments. If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, please advise the Human Resources Representative in a timely fashion of any accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.

Given the volume of applications received, we request that you do not follow up your application with a phone call. We will contact only those candidates selected for interviews and thank all applicants for their interest in WWF-Canada.

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12 Aug 2014

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Head, Responsible Development

Location:Ottawa
Department: Global Arctic Program
Reporting to: Director, Global Arctic Initiative

WWF Global Arctic Program is one of WWF's priority global initiatives. It leads the WWF Network, WWF national offices in Arctic states and other interested WWF offices, conservation efforts in the Arctic. It is hosted and headquartered at WWF-Canada

POSITION DESCRIPTION

The Head, Responsible Development is tasked with creating an attainable vision for the future sustainable development of the Arctic. This role is responsible for designing, leading, coordinating, and implementing activities to achieve the vision for the Arctic and WWF's objectives. The goal is to eliminate and/or mitigate immediate threats associated with vulnerable and valuable Arctic areas, species and ecosystem services. The work will be undertaken in close collaboration with WWF national offices, programs of WWF International, and external partners.

Major Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Design, develop, implement, and lead the vision of the WWF Global Arctic Program (GAP) strategy on Arctic sustainable development future.
  • Create and lead the working group for Responsible Development in order to coordinate input and implement the WWF Arctic Strategic Plan.
  • Ensure effective collaboration with WWF national offices and other units to ensure achievement of WWF Arctic's Strategic Plan and to ensure those plans are mutually supportive and integrated on issues related to responsible development.
  • Maintain strategic overview of development opportunities and keep abreast of new trends, including in investment and financial sectors, and emerging opportunities for WWF.
  • Create strategic partnerships and alliances with international, national, and regional stakeholders including conservation groups, industry and government.
  • Liaise with the GAP Communications team and other WWF communications colleagues to help prepare relevant messages, positions, and other materials.
  • Provide technical and policy advice to field and policy staff and to the broader WWF Network as required.
  • Identify new sources of funding and pursue relationships with new donors in coordination with various stakeholders.
  • Develop and submit fundraising proposals and liaise with relevant stakeholders.
  • Strengthen, diversify and maintain working relationships with governments, Indigenous Peoples organizations, business and industry and the non-governmental community.
  • Track and report on progress according to WWF operational protocols and standards.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master's degree or PhD in a relevant discipline.
  • At least 10 years post-graduation work experience in a position directly relating to development, financial institutions, conservation or advocacy, Arctic experience a significant asset.
  • Advanced knowledge of arctic development operations and challenges, including key sectors (finance, insurance, oil and gas, energy, fishing and shipping).
  • Understanding of the ecosystem services concept and knowledge of key approaches.
  • Experience and understanding of policy work and demonstrated ability to do advocacy.
  • Experience in working with financial, investment and/or insurance sector.
  • Demonstrated ability to think and plan strategically.
  • Excellent leadership, management, motivational, coordination and interpersonal skills, including experience managing/leading staff.
  • Proven ability to execute plans and deliver on agreed objectives.
  • Proven ability to work in team and manage virtual teams.
  • Strong problem-solving, interpersonal, and strategic thinking skills coupled with an outcome, delivery-oriented approach.
  • Demonstrated ability and willingness to develop positive relationships with all stakeholders involved in Arctic development discussions.
  • Demonstrated ability to act as a media spokesperson.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English, knowledge of another Arctic language is an asset.
  • Capacity and willingness to travel and to be able to work in Arctic regions when required.
  • Be passionately committed to the mission and objectives of WWF and to its success in accomplishing these.
  • Be able to demonstrate skills that contribute to maintaining an organizational culture that attracts, keeps and motivates top quality staff.

Other Information: 

•This is a full-time permanent position.
•There will be international travel as part of this role. 

How to apply:

If you are interested in applying for this exciting opportunity, you may submit your application:

Online:
 https://home.eease.com/recruit/?id=10228411

By Mail: 


Attn: Human Resources Department
245 Eglinton Ave. Suite 410
Toronto, ON
M4P 3J1

The deadline for applications is Friday, September 5, 2014.


WWF-Canada is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome diversity in the workplace and encourage applications from all qualified candidates including women, members of visible minorities, persons with disabilities, and aboriginal peoples.

WWF-Canada is also committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environments. If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, please advise the Human Resources Representative in a timely fashion of any accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.

Given the volume of applications received, we request that you do not follow up your application with a phone call. We will contact only those candidates selected for interviews and thank all applicants for their interest in WWF-Canada.

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06 Aug 2014

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TITLE:Senior Programme Officer – Large Mammal Conservation

LOCATION: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania or Nairobi, Kenya

REPORTS TO:
East Africa Programme Coordinator

SALARY:
Dependent on skills, experience and location of the role

CONTRACT DURATION:
24 months with possibility of extension

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS:
1st September 2014

TRAFFIC has a challenging new position of Senior Programme Officer – Large Mammal Conservation within its regional East/Southern Africa Programme. The position will be based in Tanzania or Kenya.

BACKGROUND

TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, works to ensure that trade in wild animals and plants is not a threat to the conservation of nature. We actively monitor and investigate wildlife trade and provide information to diverse audiences worldwide as a basis for effective conservation policies and programmes. TRAFFIC is a strategic alliance of World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and is an international network, organised into seven regional offices.


DUTIES

This is a fixed-term position for a period of 24 months with a possibility of extension. Reporting to the East Africa Coordinator of TRAFFIC, the Senior Programme Officer – Large Mammals will assist with implementing TRAFFIC's regional large mammal conservation programme in close collaboration with TRAFFIC's partners WWF and IUCN.


SPECIFIC DUTIES

The Senior Programme Officer – Large Mammals will support regional interventions to reduce illegal trade in elephants, rhinoceros and other large mammals and will perform the following tasks:

1.Lead implementation of activities under the USAID funded project, Wildlife Trafficking, Response, Assessment, Priority Setting (Wildlife-TRAPS), including organising stakeholder workshops, assessing the scope and scale of illegal wildlife trade in Kenya and East Africa, and undertaking trans-continental exchange visits to Asia to highlight best practices;

2.Lead implementation of projects such as sniffer dog trials, delivering wildlife trade regulation and enforcement training, providing support to illegal wildlife trade awareness campaigns, and undertaking research to identify the scope and scale of illegal wildlife trade in sub-region;

3.Lead on the delivery and further development of TRAFFIC's global programmes on 'Wild Animals used for Food and Medicine' and 'Flagship Species' as relevant;

4.Assist in establishing and maintaining relationships with an 'international community' of stakeholders and collaborators including both private and public sectors;

5.Implement a rigorous evaluation process for all activities and interventions delivered through projects;

6.Support project management processes, including maintaining appropriate records and preparing financial and technical reporting information as required;

7.Provide technical assistance, data analysis, scientific information and research support on illegal wildlife trade in the East and Southern Africa regions, including formulation of recommendations for TRAFFIC, WWF and IUCN;

8.Lead on the preparation and submission of fundraising concepts and proposals pertaining to large mammal conservation;

9.Provide input on the production of regional annual reports, work plans and budgets and other documents;

10.Liaise with other offices of the TRAFFIC Network, the CITES Secretariat, and government wildlife authorities in the region to foster understanding and support programme objectives in a positive manner;

11.Represent TRAFFIC at national, regional and international meetings, and other events as required;

12.Communicate the results of TRAFFIC works such as through articles in the TRAFFIC Bulletin and reports; and,

13.Support other tasks as agreed with the East Africa Coordinator and Regional Director – East/Southern Africa.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Master's Degree in relevant discipline or the equivalent in field and educational experience;
  • A minimum of 10 years practical experience in international wildlife conservation preferably in East/Southern Africa with an international non-governmental organization (NGO) or an inter-governmental organization (IGO); experience in wildlife law enforcement and capacity building a definite advantage;
  • Strong research and analytical skills, and an ability to articulate complex issues clearly;
  • Relevant and proven experience in project cycle management (i.e. co-ordinating larger projects, including overseeing consultants and managing project budgets and reporting);
  • Strong presentation and communication skills with excellent fluency in spoken and written English;
  • Strong working knowledge of political and policy making processes within East and Southern Africa;
  • Experience in implementing USAID-funded projects a strong advantage;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; and,
  • Willingness to travel frequently.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Consultants

APPLICATIONS

Applicants are requested to apply online through the HR Management System, by opening the vacancy announcement and pressing the "Apply" button: https://hrms.iucn.org/iresy/index.cfm?event=vac.show&vacId=866 Please state where you first saw the role advertised in your cover letter.

Applicants will be asked to create an account and submit their profile information. Applications will not be accepted after the closing date. The vacancy closes at midnight on 1st September 2014, Swiss time (GMT+1 / GMT+2 during Daylight Saving Time, DST).

Please note that this role will be hosted on an IUCN or WWF employment contract (depending on location) and seconded to TRAFFIC.

For further information about TRAFFIC, please visit our website at http://www.traffic.org

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05 Aug 2014

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Position title:Project Manager, Lang Sen, WWF-Vietnam
Directly reports to:Mekong Delta Landscape Manager, WWF-Vietnam
Supervises:Project Officer, Consultants when required
Validity:1 year with potential extension
Location:Ho Chi Minh City Office

Major Functions

The Project Manager is responsible for the planning, management and implementation of the project and ensures compliance with the Project Document and WWF's contractual obligations. This includes responsibilities for technical, financial and administrative aspects of the Project as well as management of a small technical team. He/she will oversee the development of management systems, operational procedures and capacity building of key counterparts. The position requires frequent travel to the project area.

 Major Responsibilities

•Work with the Conservation Programme Manager, Landscape Manager, Project Technical Advisor, and counterparts to develop annual work plans based on the project document, budget and project work plan;
•Effectively supervise the management of all project resources and work with financial staff for budget preparation for the activities of the project in charge, monitoring, and reporting activities, guaranteeing the financial integrity and accountability of project budgets and ensuring it fits with donor guidelines;
•Responsible for all technical and financial updates, progress reports and other technical reports following donor requirements, ensuring data and information is accurate and submitted to project partners on time;
•Monitor progress against work plan to ensure that the project meets its objectives as cost-effectively and efficiently as possible ;
•Provide supervision and capacity building to the project staff reporting to this position;
•Develop JDs for consultants and work with financial staff on their contract terms and conditions, oversee and monitor the consultants' work ensuring that they fulfil requirements as per their contract;
•Monitor conservation activities conducted by selected service providers and partners including timely implementation and financial management of sub-contracts to government departments and consultants, reviewing outputs and ensuring they meet expected standards;
•Coordinate closely with all key stakeholders (national and international organisations) to ensure the smooth implementation of project activities and meet regularly with Government counterparts, establishing and convening regular meetings of the project steering committee;
•Ensure strong communication on project progress and implementation with the Landscape Manager and Conservation Programme Manager;
•Maintain regular contact and strong communication with the donor, facilitate donor and VIP visits to project site as necessary.

 Profile

1.Requirement Qualification
•Bachelor degree in conservation, natural resource management, bioregional planning, environmental, or other relevant field; MSc an advantage;
•Proven understanding of development and conservation context; conservation and natural resource management issues in the Mekong Delta (one or more of the following: biodiversity conservation, natural resource management, protected area management, wetland restoration, hydrology, climate smart agricultural approaches, climate change);
•5 years of practical experience in managing projects, preferably in conservation or related field;
•Experience of working with Government officials, local communities and/or donors at all levels.
•Experience in financial management and reporting; conducting studies and coordinating research activities;
•Knowledge of M&E methodology, quality assurance an advantage;

2.Required Skills and Competencies
•Excellent interpersonal, communication and diplomatic skills with the ability to manage and interact at all levels of an international, multicultural and multilingual organization
•Good People management, coaching and capacity building/development;
•Networking, coordination, and facilitation skills;
•English proficiency, strong technical report writing skills (in English);
•Adhere to WWF's values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging;
•Respective Competencies: WWF Focus; External Orientation; Delivery quality outcomes; Building working relationships; Communicate effectively; Leading teams; Leading change; Managing Resources.

Interested applicants should email a cover letter and CV to: hien.buithu@wwfgreatermekong.org
 
Closing date: Friday, Aug 15, 2014.
 
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.
 
"WWF is an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce."
 

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04 Aug 2014

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WWF is seeking candidates for a 6-month volunteer internship placement based in Asunción, Paraguay, to support the work of WWF Paraguay's Conservation Programme for the Atlantic Forest and Cerrado-Pantanal, two of WWF's conservation priority places.

Main focus of activity

  1. Support the Climate Change and the Conformance with the Forest Legislation (CFL) team to accelerate the process to implement Payment of Environmental Services (PES) and CFL in Paraguay.
  2. Work with the Communications and Market Transformation (MTI) team to design a transversal initiative to accelerate the implementation of these two mechanism (PES and CFL).

Starting date flexible: approx February 2015

Required qualifications, skills, competencies

  • Education in environmental law, environmental science, policy & advocacy or related field, with some relevant experience;
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Good command of English & Spanish (written and spoken);
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a small dynamic team;
  • Cultural adaptability and sensitivity;
  • Flexible, friendly and constructive;
  • Demonstrated PC-based skills including MS Office;
  • Passionate about the environment and its conservation & sustainability;
  • Adheres to WWF's values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.

How to apply?

Please complete the online Application Form. If you already completed and submitted a spontaneous online application, please confirm your interest in this assignment by email.

Application deadline: 15 September 2014

WWF is an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce.

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23 Jul 2014

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WWF Mediterranean is seeking an experienced Corporate Partnerships and Communications Officer to support its work in the Western Balkans Region.


Role


The Corporate Partnerships and Communications Officer will develop and implement communications strategies and relationships with business, with a view to achieving measurable conservation, communications and revenue gains for WWF priority activities.
The Officer will support WWF Mediterranean overall goals and programs in the Western Balkans Region (primarily in Croatia but also in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Slovenia...).
He/she will focus primarily on one project developed by WWF Mediterranean in Croatia, will implement the communications component of the project, develop sponsorships for a major photo exhibition and build up broader communications, corporate relations and fundraising initiatives.

The Corporate Partnerships and Communications Officer will work full time, be based in Zagreb, work closely with the local and international WWF team and report to WWF Mediterranean Director of Communications and Corporate Relations.
Eligibility to work under Croatian employment law is required.


Main functions

  • Design and implementation of communications programs (preparation of communications strategy and plan, building up of media relations, production of publications, organisation of events, development of online presence – web and social media, supervision of pictures and footage collection and production of videos, development of communications partnerships...)
  • Acquisition and development of sponsorship partnerships for a major photo exhibition and organisation of communications initiatives to promote the exhibition
  • Acquisition of corporate partners with regards to both fundraising as well as conservation-based corporate engagements for WWF Mediterranean in the Western Balkans Region
  • Preparing presentations, project proposals and contracts
  • Project and relationship management for the implementation of corporate partnerships (sponsorships, technical partnerships, communications partnerships, project donations, transformational partnerships...)
  • Coordination and implementation of marketing and communications return services for corporate partners
  • Coordination with WWF's staff in the region, at WWF Mediterranean Headquarters in Italy and at WWF International in Switzerland

Key competencies
  • A minimum of 5 years professional experience in a related field
  • University (or equivalent) degree, preferably in economics, business management, communications, public relations, marketing, natural or social sciences with practical experience in the private sector
  • Good understanding of business environment, in particular in the Western Balkans Region, knowledge of green business models is an asset
  • Ability to conceptualize and create products which link programme with business interests, capacity to translate sophisticated conservation, education and policy projects into compelling communications and funding opportunities
  • Contacts in the business and communications sector in Croatia and possibly in the Western Balkans Region is a strong advantage
  • Good experience in main communications fields, approaches and tools – media, web, social media, events, publications, visual communications (photos and videos), advertising, campaigning, communications partnerships, etc.
  • Native Croatian speaker or perfect fluency in Croatian with an excellent command of English ; knowledge of other Western Balkans languages an asset
  • Excellent interpersonal communications skills as well as analytical thinking and entrepreneurial spirit
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to work within a virtual network
  • Ability to work in a team as well as working independently
  • Ability to work under pressure in peak-period demand
  • Experience in Western Balkans countries is an advantage
  • Strong commitment to the mission, goals, and values of WWF is essential.
  • Ability to travel throughout the Western balkans Region and in Europe

We offer
  • Contributing to challenging conservation and sustainable development activities in one of the world's fastest changing regions
  • Being part of one of the most experienced global environmental organisations with offices, colleagues and projects around the world
  • Opportunity to acquire knowledge and experience about environmental management, CSR and environmental sponsorship as well as innovative business partnerships contributing to a healthy planet
  • Varying tasks and independent work style
  • A pleasant working atmosphere and great learning environment
  • Salary according to NGO standards

How to apply


If this sounds like you, please send a cover letter and CV in English mentioning how you heard about this position to Anne Rémy, WWF Mediterranean Director of Communications and Corporate Relations at aremy@wwfmedpo.org

No phone calls please, only e-mails. We thank all applicants for their interest however we may contact only those candidates selected for interviews.

Application deadline: 16 January 2012



Background information


WWF Mediterranean Programme Office is supporting conservation and sustainable management of forest, marine and freshwater ecosystems in the Mediterranean, with a special focus on the priority Dinaric Arc and South West Mediterranean ecoregions, and on critical regional policies. WWF Mediterranean adopts approaches ranging from field projects, to policy and advocacy, to communications and capacity building, and works with an extended network of partnerships. To know more, please visit: mediterranean.panda.org

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Convocatoria abierta hasta el 22 de julio

WWF Perú – World Wildlife Fund Inc. - tiene la intención de adjudicar un contrato de servicios para un Consultor en Perú para efectivizar trabajos en el marco de los resultados, desarrollo de políticas para la gobernanza forestal y fortalecimiento de capacidades para el control y la concertación forestal en Perú.

Lugares de ejecución Colombia – Perú, financiado por el programa temático para el medio ambiente y la gestión sostenible de los recursos naturales incluida la energía de la Unión Europea. La fecha límite de presentación de las ofertas es .

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07 Jul 2011

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Position title:  Human Resources Officer
Reports to:     Human Resources Manager   
Supervises:    N/A 
Grade:             C 
Start Date:     As soon as possible
Location:       WWF Thailand Programme Office in Bangkok Province 


POSITION DESCRIPTION:
The Human Resources Officer is responsible for supporting the Human Resources Manager in all aspect of Human Resources tasks e.g. recruitment and selection process, orientation for incoming staff.  Staff Database, Visa and work permit for expatriate staff, HR filing system. Human Resources Officer will support the Manager to implement HR policy and staff performance development, perform all required functions related to staff payroll and carry out administrative duties related to human resources. 

I. Major Functions:
Be responsible for day to day Human Resources operation and provides Human Resources administrative support to WWF Thailand Programme Office.
 
II.  Major Duties and Accountabilities:
 Responsible for coordination and administration of entire recruitment process, including assist in managing internal and external advertisements (newspapers, employment agencies, internet, etc.)
 Organize, coordinate, conduct and assist in the orientation for all new staff.
 Coordinate with Project Managers, Division Managers on contract status of temporary staff/   contract as well as to coordinate with Finance staff to ensure the completion of payment.
 HR administration: Monitoring of Probationary Periods, Salary Increment Dates, Performance Management, End of Contracts and documenting balance of annual and sick leave for staff.
 Responsible for drafting, issuing and renewing contracts as well as keeping management informed of key staff contracts dates.
 Prepare & issue documentation relates to staff change status (promotion, assignment completion, transfer) prior to approval by authorised person.
 Coordinate with HR person in various country office & Incoming International staff/volunteer/visitor to provide assistance in appropriated visa application and work permit application afterwards.
 Coordinate with external parties to provide a comprehensive and cost effective staff annual health/life insurance renewal and staff annual medical check up.
 Assist staff in medical claim issues.
 Assist HR Manager to review and amend organization work rules and regulations whenever the labour law has changed, follow-up for new labour protection act.
 Maintenance of staff database and personal and other HR files for all staff.
 Payroll: responsible for salary calculation and submission of tax returns (monthly and annually), social security for National and International staff based in Thailand Country as required by law. Prepare all relevant payroll documents and ensure its accuracy and align with relevant sectors e.g. Department of revenue, Provident Fund Management Institute.
 Acted on behalf of WWF Thailand Country Programme Representative to liaise with Immigration Division for Visa extension requests for WWF expatriate staff;
 Assist in managing internal and external advertisements (newspapers, employment agencies, internet, etc.) during the recruitment process and staff recruitment procedures.
 Perform other tasks as assigned by the supervisor.
 
III. Supervisory Responsibilities:
None

IV. Working Relationships:

Internal:   Work closely with Human Resources Manager, Conservation and Operation staff. Regional Staff and Volunteer based in Thailand Country Programme. Occasionally contact with Human Resources staff in WWF GMP countries.

External: Interact with revenue department, Thai government (e.g. Ministry of Labour and Welfare, Immigration Bureau) and Media Agency for recruitment process.
  
V.   Minimum Qualifications:

Education and Qualifications
• University degree in Business Administration or Human Resources Management

Knowledge,
• Understanding of local labour laws and regulations
•    Sound knowledge on human resources field.

 Experience,
• Minimum 2-3 year administration experience (preferably human resources) with an international NGO, would be preferable;
• Experience and familiar with managing work permit and visa matters for expat staff.

Skills and Abilities: 
• Proven skills in administration and human resources management;
• Good organizational, coordination skills;
• Ability to juggle multiple tasks simultaneously;
• Possess the analytical and problem solving skills;
• Ability to anticipate and well prepared for rapid changes;
• Ability to work with minimum supervision;
• Excellent interpersonal and cross-cultural skills;
• Good command both written and spoken in English;
• Thorough knowledge of computer software

VI.  WWF's Mission and Values:

1. It is part of every staff member's terms of reference to contribute to WWF's mission:
 WWF's Mission is to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, by:
-  conserving the world's biological diversity
-  ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable
-  reducing pollution and wasteful consumption.
 
2. It is also part of every staff member's terms of reference to embody WWF's values, which are: Passionate & Optimistic, Challenging & Inspiring, Credible & Accountable, Persevering & Delivering Results.

Closing date for application: 29 July 2011
Application should be sent directly to hr.th@wwfgreatermekong.org or hr.th@wwf.panda.org
only short-listed will be notified
 

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27 May 2011

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Position title: Project Director, Thailand Forest Carbon Monitoring and Capacity Building Project
Directly reports to: Thailand Country Director
Supervises: Project Management Unit staff, and short-term consultants
Technically advises (technical & management): Dawna Tenasserim Landscape Manager (on project-related activities), Regional Forest Carbon Coordinator (on project activities),
Grade: E
Start Date: June 2011 (Project for three years)
Location: Bangkok, Western Thailand, (potentially) Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai Complex

Background
Rough estimates of forest cover loss for all of Thailand range from 0.7% to 1% per year. While efforts have been made to establish a permanent forest cover monitoring system, approaches to date are not capable of delivering the resolution or accuracy needed to take advantage of emerging opportunities presented by REDD and associated initiatives.

This project aims to rapidly generate a cost effective, high resolution (e.g. IPCC Tier 3) forest carbon basemap as the Thai Government's formal REDD Forest Carbon Inventory and put into place a credible, transparent carbon monitoring system. Capacity-building and the development of a sub-national pilot project design document will contribute to Thailand's ability to design and benefit from a range of new carbon financing mechanisms and to better understand how co-benefits are identified, measured and monitored. A structured experience-sharing programme will ensure that insights from the project contribute to regional uptake of forest carbon conservation and financing mechanisms.

The proposed project activities will establish a solid foundation of policy and technical expertise and will facilitate Thailand becoming a technology and training hub for regional forest monitoring and conservation. Local, national, and regional dialogues and consultations sponsored by the project will include diverse actors so as to facilitate harmonization across multiple sectors.

I. Major Function
The Project Director directs all activities related to this project and is the WWF's representative in all coordination with project partners. The PD has primary authority over the budget and is responsible for all planning, management, and implementation of this project.

II. Major Responsibilities

A. Strategy Development and Implementation
• Implements the conservation strategies related to the project

B. Project Implementation and Financial Management
• Serves as a Secretary of the Project Board  and present the progress of the project, including issues and risk management measures in semi-annual Project Management Board meetings;
• Prepares annual project implementation plans together with counterparts and project staff;
• Leads the preparation of regular budgets linked to the project activity work plan, together with the Project Finance Officer, and relevant technical staff;
• Controls and monitors budget spending and has the lead on re-adjusting the budget;
• Monitors match funding and initiates corrective actions if needed.

C. Fundraising, Partnership Development and Networking
• Represents the project in meetings, workshops, conferences, and symposium to present project activities and achievements;
• Maintains regular contact with partners to keep them aware of project  activities and to seek feedback from them for continuous improvement;
• Develops and maintain effective contacts with a wide range of external contacts with organi-sations and individuals who can assist in the project activities.

D. People Management
• Contributes to the recruitment of key project staff and approves their appointment;
• Responsible as direct line manager of Project Management Unit by (PMU) approving indi-vidual work plans, managing performance, providing training, coaching and advice to ensure that PMU staff are appropriately motivated and that staff deliver on their performance objectives;
• Responsible for technically managing part-time Project staff and consultants, together with the relevant coordination line, on project activities by reviewing and approving individual work plans, coaching and advice to ensure that staff are appropriately motivated and that staff deliver on their performance objectives;
• Responsible for technically collaborating with the Dawna Tenasserim Landscape Manager, together with the Thailand Programme Manager, on related project activities within DTL;
• Works with HR Manager to identify training needs, career development and development opportunities for relevant project staff;
• Provides orientation, reorientation, and training to staff to help them understand the project when required;
• Develops TORs for short-term and long-term consultants under supervision and monitor the work of the consultants to ensure the deliverables as TORs;
• Participates in the PACE of staff under technical supervision;
• Maintains an awareness of staff comments and any complaints to identify any areas that may need development of improvement.

E. Other Technical Specifics
• Develops, monitors, reviews and updates the project activity WORKPLAN to ensure that the project attains its objectives as cost-effectively and efficiently as possible;
• Provides advisory and technical guidance to related project managers and staff on all as-pects related to the project;
• Leads and facilitates donors and VIPs visit project sites and coordinate and organise international study tours and field visits;
• Promotes and sets up mechanism information sharing with Government and other organisa-tions;
• Oversees the maintenance of database of technical reports, presentation, maps, data and information, pictures produced by the project;
• Provides inputs to communications products/campaigns to ensure accurate information will be published to promote the image of the organisation and project activities.

F. Monitoring & Evaluation, Reporting
• Is responsible for effective implementation of the risk management plan;
• Sets up and enforces effective quality control systems;
• Raises issues of technical and management concern to the Project Management Oversight Team;
• Provide support to the evaluation of the project;
• Accountable for the submission of project KPI dashboard as well as technical and financial progress report presenting achievements, impacts and challenges.

III. Working Relationships

1. Internal   
• WWF Thailand: Interacts on a regular basis with Country Directors, Programme Managers, Landscape Managers, Project Managers in the landscape, at Country Programmes;
• WWF GMPO: Interact through coordination lines with regional Programme Director, Regional Strategic Leaders, and relevant Project Managers in GMP countries;
• WWF Network: Coordinates and consults with:
• Relevant project focal points in other WWF offices
• appropriate technical teams and individuals

2. External  
• Coordinates and collaborates with government and institutional project partners, project do-nors, and local partners;
• Coordinates and maintains regular communications with representatives from other forest car-bon – related projects in Thailand and in the region.

IV. Requirements

1. Education and Qualification
• Master's degree and/or significant expertise and experience in related fields

2. Knowledge
• Knowledge of conservation and natural resource management issues
• Excellent understanding of development partnerships, fund-raising, donor strategies, functions and international relations
• Knowledge of Project Implementation and Management, M&E methodology, quality assurance
• Knowledge of WWF's PPMS is an advantage

3. Experience
• 4 or more years of practical experience in managing large projects
• A substantial part of this experience should have been in related fields / projects
• Experience in managing programmes/large projects funded by a diversity of sources including governments and aid agencies, private sector donors with annual budget of 1-2 millions USD
• Experience in working in multi-cultural environment

4. General Skill
• Leadership and management
• People management and capacity building/development
• Financial management
• Presentation and communications
• Networking
• Teamwork
• Coordination
• Problem solving
• Fluency in written and spoken English
• Proficiency in MS Office

5. Technical Skill
• Influencing and broadening target audiences
• Report writing
• Monitoring and evaluation
• Virtual support

6. Ability
• Strong team player with ability to work in virtual teams
• Working towards tight deadline
• Travelling frequently

7. Personality
• Cross cultural awareness
• Enthusiastic
• Resourceful

V. WWF's Mission and Values

1. It is part of every staff member's terms of reference to contribute to WWF's mission:
WWF's Mission is to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, by:
-  conserving the world's biological diversity
-  ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable
-  reducing pollution and wasteful consumption. 

2. It is also part of every staff member's terms of reference to embody WWF's values, which are: Passionate and Optimistic, Challenging and Inspiring, Credible and Accountable, Persevering and Delivering Results.

Closing date for application: 16 May 2011
Application should be sent directly to hr.th@wwfgreatermekong.org or hr.th@wwf.panda.org
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28 Apr 2011

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Position title: Environmental Educator (Communications)
Reports to: Nature and Agriculture Education Centre Manager
Supervise: N/A
Grade: B
Contract Duration: May 2011-June 2012
Location: Nature and Agriculture Education Centre, Golden Jubilee Museum of Agriculture (NAEC)


I MAJOR FUNCTIONS:
In the capacity as Environmental Educator (Communications), assist the Nature and Agriculture Education Centre Manager in the planning, development, implementation, monitoring, reporting and evaluation of the Nature and Agriculture Education Centre.

To carry out the Unit's mission statement, as follows:
To provide Environmental Education to the students, teachers and the public about natural resources and environmental issues in the Nature and Agriculture Education Centre including pollution and climate change issues as well as developing a youth camp curriculum on natural resources and environment to defined target groups.

Another specific role is being as a representative of the programme coordinating with target schools, teachers, other target groups and EE network. Besides, the officer is in charge of developing strategic partnerships to achieve Programme goals, particularly in Pathumthani, Ayudhaya, Nakornnayok, Saraburi, Nonthaburi and Bangkok.

II MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
a) Programme Planning
• Conduct the environmental education youth camp, a day training and technical support for all target groups and non target groups inside and outside the Nature and Agriculture Education Centre.
• Coordinate environmental study trips with target schools, and other schools in target areas as well as the general public.
• Liaise with ongoing scientific research being conducted within the Nature and Agriculture Education Centre.
• Liaise on curriculum development to develop Environmental Education activities and curriculum for both primary and secondary school level and also for the public programme.
• Assist the Nature and Agriculture Education Centre Manager to identify approach and prepare presentation to possible new donors, especially the private sectors in target areas.
• Provide hard copies and electronic copies of all reports in appropriate format, quality, and content and within specific time frame, to meet the donor requirements.
• Implement, support and facilitate a school based environmental activity; Green Young Investigator project and also monitor the student's project, supervise the teachers participate in the project

b) Media and communication tool design
• Work with the project officers and communication unit to utilize communication tools for ex. news & articles in publication, fact sheets, NAEC newsletter and artworks required for any NAEC events for awareness raising on natural resources and biodiversity conservation to students, teachers, local communities and the general public.
• Work with the project officers and communication unit to develop NAEC website to promote Nature and Agriculture Education Centre's activities and be in charge of keeping social network, Facebook update as well as respond to daily incoming email communicating with NAEC
• Design the nature interpretation signs and exhibitions and all publications to promote NAEC activities. 
• Design any artworks required for any activities ex. Green hands event
• Green Young Investigator activity; design all publication, banner, logo, T-shirt, souvenir and GYI pocket book including any other relevant artworks design needed.

III WORKING RELATIONS:
a) Internal :
• Works closely with other staff members of WWF Thailand Programme
• Regular contact with Nature and Agriculture Education Centre Manager and all team members regarding Nature and Agriculture Education Centre Programme planning, development, capacity-building, representation and funding issues

b) External:
• Interacts with stakeholders, GO/NGO agencies, students, teachers, the other non target groups and general public.

IV. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Bachelor Degree in Natural resources and environmental field
2. At least 2 years environmental education experiences
3. A strong background in art work and graphic design with portfolio
4. Computer program literacy ex. Photoshop, Illustrator, In design and other programme for artwork and website development
5. Good planning and organizing skills
6. Ability to set clear goals and objectives
7. Good communication and presentation skills
8. Strong commitment to tasks assigned, ability to cope with varied workload and flexible working hours, and to work independently.
9. Outgoing and friendly personality
10. English competency would be an advantage
 

V. KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS:The current list of required outputs will be evaluated annually by Nature and Agriculture Education Centre Manager during performance appraisal as follows:
1. Contributions to an annual report submitted to the WWF Thailand for the consolidation of
 the Nature and Agriculture Education Centre's progress to WWF's Global Monitoring
 System
2. Contributions to an annual work plan and allocated budget for the WWF Thailand –
      Nature and Agriculture Education Centre and its operation
3. Contributions to annual updates of the Nature and Agriculture Education Centre project
      for the WWF Project Database in the required standard format
4. Satisfactory performance in periodic review of Nature and Agriculture Education Centre
staff


VI. WWF'S MISSION AND VALUES:
1. It is part of every staff member's terms of reference to contribute to WWF's mission. WWF's mission is to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, by:
 - conserving the world's biological diversity
 - ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable
 - promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.
2. It is also part of every staff member's terms of reference to embody WWF's values, which are: Passionate & Optimistic, Challenging & Inspiring, Credible & Accountable, and Persevering & Delivering Results.

Closing date for application: 31 March 2011
Application should be sent directly to hr.th@wwfgreatermekong.org or hr.th@wwf.panda.org
only short-listed will be notified


 

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Competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience: The University of Tennessee: The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (http://eeb.bio.utk.edu) at the flagship campus of the University of Tennessee in Knoxville is seeking a senior colleague for the position of Professor and Head Knoxville, TN

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18 Jul 2014

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Jobelephant.com. , Thuwal
KAUST (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)Research Scientist, Ocean Modeling & Data AssimilationCompetitive Tax-free SalaryJob Location: Saudi ArabiaJob Type: Non-AcademicKing Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) is a...

Date posted: 08/26/2014

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Bechtel. , Onslow
Requisition ID: Bechtel, one of the world's most respected engineering, project management, and construction companies, is the EPC delivering engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of the downstream scope of work...

Date posted: 08/08/2014

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Nature Conservancy.
OFFICE LOCATION Atlanta, Georgia (GA) WORK WITH US The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working to make a positive impact around the world in more than 35 countries,...

Date posted: 06/18/2014

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06/18/2014

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Bechtel. , Antofagasta
Requisition ID: Organization: Location: ADMIN ASSISTANT #8ESCONDIDA WATER SUPPLY PROJECTANTOFAGASTA- SERV.PROJECTThe Escondida Water Supply (EWS) project scope consists of desalination facilities expansion at Coloso port, associated marine works, pipeline system...

Date posted: 02/15/2014

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Bechtel. , Antofagasta
Requisition ID: Organization: Location: Accredittation #6 (Shift B) ESCONDIDA WATER SUPPLY PROJECT Antofagasta Chile Project The Escondida Water Supply (EWS) project scope consists of desalination facilities expansion at Coloso port,...

Date posted: 08/15/2013

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will serve as a Soil Conservation Technician for the... resource conservation practices. Conducts engineering surveys for all types of conservation practices... $31,628 - $41,122 a year
From usajobs.gov - 30 Aug 2014 02:05:42 GMT - View all Abbeville jobs

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30 Aug 2014

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CONSERVATION AMBASSADOR On the twin islands of Koh... to fill the role of Conservation Ambassador. Responsible for: Conservation related guest encounters...
From Song Saa Private Island - 01 Sep 2014 12:35:10 GMT - View all Island jobs

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01 Sep 2014

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Assembly, the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), multiple... Some experience with marine conservation and maritime...
From The Pew Charitable Trusts - 27 Aug 2014 10:37:37 GMT - View all Washington jobs

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27 Aug 2014

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The destruction of the world’s marine environment. International Boreal Conservation Campaign: Pew has... future Boreal Forest conservation work. This position...
From EnvironmentJobs - 27 Aug 2014 18:26:49 GMT - View all jobs

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27 Aug 2014

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the role of Ecology and Conservation Director at it’s... responsibilities are similar. The Ecology and Conservation Director position supports the mission of Camp...
From Environmental Career - 29 Aug 2014 00:31:56 GMT - View all Van Nuys jobs

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29 Aug 2014

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Duties and Responsibilities With a focus on marine conservation, work through the School of Law... continuation of “Hawaii Marine Resources Enforcement...
From University of Hawaii - 30 Aug 2014 05:40:21 GMT - View all Honolulu jobs

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30 Aug 2014

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Science or Conservation Biology. Demonstrated evidence of or potential for quality teaching and research in Environmental Science/Conservation Biology. Interest... $50,000 a year
From Florida Gulf Coast University - 30 Aug 2014 04:43:03 GMT - View all Fort Myers jobs

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30 Aug 2014

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to designate fully protected marine reserves beyond a... means to protect and conserve marine biodiversity and ensure the health of marine ecosystems. The Rio+20...
From The Pew Charitable Trusts - 28 Aug 2014 22:42:59 GMT - View all Washington jobs

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28 Aug 2014

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answering questions about CCS, marine mammals and ocean conservation issues, and other general duties... studies, education, marine science, biology or other...
From EnvironmentJobs - 31 Aug 2014 06:44:48 GMT - View all jobs

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31 Aug 2014

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with the conservation and protection of ocean fisheries, marine mammals, marine protected areas, and... for the enforcement of marine conservation laws and... $125,468 - $157,100 a year
From usajobs.gov - 29 Aug 2014 02:03:51 GMT - View all Juneau jobs

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29 Aug 2014

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technical guidance for marine habitat protection... Endangered Species, Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation Act, etc.). Knowledge of evaluative, planning... $68,643 - $106,955 a year
From usajobs.gov - 29 Aug 2014 02:08:13 GMT - View all Santa Rosa jobs

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29 Aug 2014

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and marine species. Collaborating with high level officials of Federal, State, and Territorial agencies, Tribal officials, private conservation organizations... $99,667 - $129,563 a year
From usajobs.gov - 29 Aug 2014 14:10:12 GMT - View all Honolulu jobs

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29 Aug 2014

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science, range management or conservation, wildlife management, watershed management, soil science, natural resources (except marine biology and oceanography... $13.55 an hour
From usajobs.gov - 30 Aug 2014 02:05:47 GMT - View all Marble Falls jobs

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30 Aug 2014

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the wealth and diversity of marine life and plays an active role in conservation and inspires others to... diverse collection of marine and freshwater fish and... $50,000 - $55,000 a year
From LEGOLAND - 29 Aug 2014 17:22:27 GMT - View all Auburn jobs

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29 Aug 2014

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an evolving and maturing marine mammal program. The... assist with departmental research projects, conservation, AZA, or other industry activities as directed...
From Association of Zoos and Aquariums - 29 Aug 2014 19:57:46 GMT - View all Houston jobs

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29 Aug 2014

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Point of contact for Marine operations Work with the... for clean water, clean energy generation and conservation, and increasing agricultural productivity. Dow's...
From The Dow Chemical Company - 27 Aug 2014 17:28:43 GMT - View all Deer Park jobs

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27 Aug 2014

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and energy conservation aspects of various air... architecture, engineering or building construction, or marine engineering or related field. Experience in...
From State of Washington - 29 Aug 2014 02:55:41 GMT - View all Olympia jobs

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29 Aug 2014

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science, range management or conservation, wildlife management, watershed management, soil science, natural resources (except marine fisheries and oceanography... $15.15 an hour
From usajobs.gov - 29 Aug 2014 14:21:03 GMT - View all Prather jobs

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29 Aug 2014

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science, range management or conservation, wildlife management, watershed management, soil science, natural resources (except marine fisheries and oceanography... $15.15 an hour
From usajobs.gov - 29 Aug 2014 14:21:03 GMT - View all Ferron jobs

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29 Aug 2014

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science, range management or conservation, wildlife management, watershed management, soil science, natural resources (except marine fisheries and oceanography... $15.15 an hour
From usajobs.gov - 29 Aug 2014 02:04:18 GMT - View all Eureka jobs

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29 Aug 2014

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Brighton & Hove
SEA LIFE Brighton takes each and every one of its visitors on a fascinating tour of freshwater and marine life. Seeing the magic of the deep up close with...
- SEA LIFE Brighton Permanent
29/08/2014 in Job and Talent

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Supporting the Marine Programme, you will ensure that spatial data projects are managed and delivered to the highest standards; and on time and budget. Using...

28/08/2014 in Environment Jobs

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Marine conservation by nationality & gender etc An example for an infographic could be: a graph that combines the average nationality, age, gender, visa...

26/08/2014 in People Per Hour

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We are a for-profit company, but 50% of all of our profit goes to a basket of hand-picked advocacy groups and marine wildlife conservation groups. This is a...
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25/08/2014 in Elance

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Edinburgh City Centre
Preparing and implementing an agreed 12-month project programme to help ensure the creation of the National Marine Centre 2. Identifying potential project...
- Scottish Seabird Centre Permanent
24/08/2014 in Job and Talent

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North Berwick
Project Manager, National Marine Centre... The Seabird Centre is also a conservation and education charity. Purpose. To build on the success of the...
Dependent on skills and experience Scottish Seabird Centre
22/08/2014 in environmentjob.co.uk

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Fiji Marine Conservation & Diving
Frontier Gap Year, Volunteer
21/08/2014 in Notgoingtouni.co.uk

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Madagascar Marine Conservation N.G.O. Internship.
Frontier Gap Year, Volunteer, Work Experience
19/08/2014 in Notgoingtouni.co.uk

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Worldwide
Choose from: Companion Animal, Animal Charity, Wildlife, Equine, Veterinary, Marine, Conservation, Canine, Animal Welfare, Behaviour, Zoology and more. Want to...
Varied; Animal Permanent
14/08/2014 in Guardian Jobs

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Diving & Marine Conservation in Thailand
Projects Abroad Gap Year, Volunteer
05/08/2014 in Notgoingtouni.co.uk

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Diving & Marine Conservation in Cambodia
Projects Abroad Gap Year, Volunteer
05/08/2014 in Notgoingtouni.co.uk

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London
You will already have a passion for the ocean, it’s creatures and conservation and will be keen to learn and develop your skills along the way. You will...
- SEA LIFE London Aquarium Permanent
01/08/2014 in Job and Talent

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Plymouth
The Aquarium's charitable mission is'driving marine conservation through engagement', so you may be involved in many different aspects, from its education...
£0 - £0 National Marine Aquarium Not required
30/07/2014 in Edge Recruits

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Plymouth
Seas the Day… volunteer with the National Marine Aquarium. Join SplashMob! SplashMob is our fantastic volunteer team. Our SplashMob volunteers help us both...
£0 - £0 National Marine Aquarium Not required
30/07/2014 in Edge Recruits

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...nutrition, marine conservation, business and marketing, wildlife conservation and animal care, building and development and environmental conservation.
Unpaid Kaya Volunteer Applicants must be over the of 18 (some placements available for 16-17 year olds), and have from two weeks to six months available to work. A good deal of enthusiasm, patience and creativity with your skills will serve you well as a volunteer or intern...
30/07/2014 in Prospects

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Currently focused on climate change, threatened tree conservation and marine. Robust approaches to allocating conservation funding. Through management of...

29/07/2014 in Environment Jobs

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You will have executive responsibility for consolidating and developing the UK national framework for managing marine data and information. You will manage a...

23/07/2014 in Environment Jobs

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Barefoot Conservation is a new and exciting marine conservation and community awareness not-for profit NGO. Our focus is grass roots conservation and community...

21/07/2014 in Environment Jobs

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You will have executive responsibility for consolidating and developing the UK national framework for managing marine data and information. You will manage a...

18/07/2014 in Earthworks Jobs

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London
The Information Centre archive and library is a specialist marine, science engineering and technology library that provides access to the full collection of...
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16/07/2014 in My Future Role

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London
The Information Centre archive and library is a specialist marine, science engineering and technology library that provides access to the full collection of...
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16/07/2014 in My Future Role

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The successful candidate should have a strong acadamic background in marine biology, ecology conservation or environmental science, with good working...

15/07/2014 in Environment Jobs

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An understanding of the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009, Conservation of Habitats and Species Regulations 2010 and Marine Works Regulations 2007 (as...

08/07/2014 in Environment Jobs

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National Oceanography Centre
Salary: £26,715 to £30,000. - per annum

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31 Aug 2014

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University of Cambridge
Salary: Not specified

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28 Aug 2014

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The University of Manchester - Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences
Salary: £30,434 to £44,620

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27 Aug 2014

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Technical University of Denmark
Salary: The salary and appointment terms are consistent with the current rules for PhD degree students at DTU.

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25 Aug 2014

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Technical University of Denmark
Salary: Not specified

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25 Aug 2014

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University of Southampton - EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Next Generation Computational Modelling
Salary: The funding covers EU/UK fees and stipend in line with EPSRC rates

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20 Aug 2014

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University of Liverpool - Earth, Ocean and Ecological Sciences
Salary: £31,644 to £31,644. per annum.

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20 Aug 2014

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King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
Salary: Competitive Tax-free Salary

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18 Aug 2014

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King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
Salary: Competitive Tax-free Salary

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18 Aug 2014

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University of Nottingham
Salary: £28,132 to £45,053. per annum, Grade 4 or 5.

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13 Aug 2014

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University of Nottingham
Salary: £28,132 to £45,053. per annum, Grade 4 or 5.

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13 Aug 2014

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Cardiff University - School of Earth and Ocean Sciences
Salary: £31,342 to £37,394. per annum (Grade 6).

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12 Aug 2014

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University of East Anglia - School of Environmental
Salary: self-funded

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12 Aug 2014

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University of Exeter
Salary: £13,863 to £13,863. pa. stipend + tuition fees

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11 Aug 2014

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Plymouth University
Salary: £31,644 to £53,765. - pa - Grade 7/8/9

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10 Aug 2014

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Plymouth University
Salary: £31,644 to £53,765. - pa - Grade 7/8/9

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10 Aug 2014

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The University of Sydney - Faculty of Agriculture and Environment
Salary: AU$110,000 to AU$114,000

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07 Aug 2014

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Plymouth Marine Laboratory - Science
Salary: £32,000 to £32,000

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03 Aug 2014

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Bangor University - School of Ocean Sciences
Salary: £31,342 to £31,342

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29 Jul 2014

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Plymouth Marine Laboratory - Science
Salary: £29,228 to £34,581

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21 Jul 2014

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