Project Executant Resilience For People and Biodiversity – World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
VACANCY: PROJECT EXECUTANT RESILIENCE FOR PEOPLE AND BIODIVERSITY
WWF is seeking to hire a Project Executant for Resilience for People and Biodiversity to be based in Dar es salaam, Tanzania
Major Duties and Responsibilities
- Implements the above-named project and prepares monthly updates, quarterly and annual technical progress reports.
- Development of project annual work plan, budget, fund advance request and concept notes
- Ensure smooth cooperation with WWF Finland, other project staff and parties to accomplish project activities and goals.
- Financial responsibility may include working within available budgets, managing field budget and allowances for local communities and other project partners.
- Creation of high-quality field stories, data bases and undertakes project monitoring and evaluation in collaboration with the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer and the Communications Officer.
- Ensure compliance with WWF internal policies and external requirements.
- Supports proposal development for other projects within WTL
- Under minimal supervision, makes independent decisions based on analysis, experience and judgment.
- Responsible for his/her project performance management, through training and career development with the help from the WWF TCO Forest Coordinator.
- Identifies and aligns with the core values of the WWF organization: Courage, Integrity, Respect and Collaboration
- Supervise and guide the field implementing partners including participating villages
- Undertakes any other assignment as assigned from time to time by the Forest Program Coordinator and WTL Lead.
Required Qualifications and skills
Bachelor degree on Forestry, Natural Resource Management, Social Sciences, Environmental Science or any other related field. A Master degree can be an added advantage. Five years relevant professional experience in natural resources management, forest landscape restoration and community-based conservation projects and experience in coordinating trainings and meetings. Strong knowledge and understanding of the Theory behind Forest Landscape Restoration, Climate Change and application of Nature-Based Solutions for impactful restoration and community benefits. Understanding of and sensitivity towards, the culture, gender, religion, race, age and livelihoods context of rural coastal communities in Tanzania. A proven ability to work effectively without direct supervision, working in a team and willing to travel regularly and to stay for periods and to travel at short notice. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and good oral and verbal communication skills in both Kiswahili and English, with an ability to develop strong relations with Government, local NGOs, CSO, private sectors and community partners. Good inter-personal and teamwork skills, networking aptitude and ability to work in multicultural environment. Very good command in English & excellent writing skills and the ability to prepare clear, concise reports.
Applications must include a complete Cover Letter & CV with full contact details of three referees and should be addressed to the People & Culture Manager, via email to: email@example.com by Tuesday 17th May 2022 at 4:30 pm.
Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Female applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
WWF is an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce
Note: WWF has a principle of zero-tolerance to fraud and corruption (including kickbacks), if you encounter such incident, report by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org