Project Leader for WWF
|Execute. / Management, HR, Resources & Environment, Rural development|
|Full time job|
From its origins as a small group of committed wildlife enthusiasts, WWF has grown into one of the world's largest and most respected independent conservation organizations – supported by 5 million people and active in over 100 countries on five continents.
WWF-Cambodia is looking for qualified candidates for the following positions:
- Project Leader Job Description in English
- Project Leader on “Poverty Alleviation through Agro-ecological Diversification and Participatory Management of Community Protected Areas (CPA) in Eastern Cambodia”, WWF–Cambodia.
- The main objective of the project is that the local population benefits sustainably from a secure and fair access to land resources, as well as from ecosystem services in the Community Protected Areas in Cambodia's Eastern Plains. The sub-goals to be achieved under this project are the following:
- Target group has an institutionally secured access to the Community Protected Areas and is able to manage them sustainably.
- An effective community patrolling system is established and expanded.
- Mondulkiri Forest Venture is profitable and contributes financially to nature conservation activities.
- A least a Bachelor Degree (Master degree is preferable) in conservation, rural development, natural resource management, agro-forestry development, bioregional planning, environmental, or in relevant fields.
- Technical knowledge of conservation, agro-forestry development and natural resource management issues in Cambodia, realities of government agencies, development partners, donor institutions, and the not-for-profit sector, Monitoring & Evaluation methodology, quality assurance and Knowledge of WWF structure, priorities and procedures as well as WWF's eco-regional approach to conservation is an advantage
- Proven understanding of issues in related topics/ fields and working knowledge as well as policy/institutional knowledge in the field of community based resource management in Cambodia
- 5 years of practical experience in managing project in NGOs or development agencies, especially in the project areas, is an advantage
- Experience in developing natural resource management plan, land use planning and/or rural sustainable planning is an advantage
- General Skill of Human resource management, coaching and capacity building/development Financial management, Presentation and communications
- Fluency in Khmer and written and spoken English. Knowledge of a local language (e.g. Bunong) would be an advantage
- Willing to stay in remote areas, working on own initiative with minimum supervision and staying on task and travelling extensively
Adhere to WWF’s values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.
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How to apply
Email a cover letter with your salary expectation and CV to our email address with the subject line: Community Livelihood Development Manager or Project Leader.
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WWF is an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce.