World Wide Fund India (WWFI) has issued a recruitment notification for the recruitment of Senior Project Officer/ Project Officer through recruitment notification. Candidates who have completed B.Sc/ M.Sc can apply for the new recruitment notification from World Wide Fund India (WWFI)
Eligible candidates can apply offline for the Senior Project Officer/ Project Officer Job on or before 15th April, 2015 Find more information about the vacancy like Age limit, Selection Process, Qualification, Application fee, How to apply etc can be found below.
|Company Name||World Wide Fund India (WWFI)|
|Vacancy Name||Senior Project Officer/ Project Officer|
|Educational Qualification||B.Sc/ M.Sc|
|Total No of Vacancy||02 Post|
|Last Date to Apply for this job||15th April, 2015|
|Address for the Job Vacancy||Bharatpur (Rajasthan)|
Detail of World Wide Fund India (WWFI) Senior Project Officer/ Project Officer Recruitment:
WWF-India recognized Keoladeo National Park (KNP) in Bharatpur, Rajasthan as a priority wetland and has been involved in conservation and management of the Park since 1994 with support from D. Swarovski & Co. Over the last decade and half WWF-India has been implementing the ‘Water for Life’ programme in Bharatpur to ensure long term conservation of KNP for benefit of people and nature. The programme has three pillars: Water Schools (reaching out to about 100 schools), Policy research & advocacy, and direct action (with stakeholders on water conservation). The programme has recently expanded to Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan. This programme is entering a new phase, which will consolidate the actions and lessons from the experience thus far and move to new directions and geographies in the face of emerging challenges. We are looking for self-motivated and dynamic individuals with a demonstrated experience for the following two positions: Location: Bharatpur (Rajasthan)
Senior Project Officer
- No. of Positions -1
- The Job Profile: Responsible for overall coordination of WWF-India’s Wetland Conservation Programme in Bharatpur (including administration and finance).
- Conservation: Lead the work with multiple stakeholders [Government (local, District and State), communities and others] to develop and implement strategies to ensure the long term conservation of Keoladev National Park and its associated Satellite wetlands to meet the project objectives and to benefit target species and local communities.
- Field action: Liase with multiple stakeholders—communities, Government and others to implement water conservation activities in the catchment of the wetland to ensure water security to the wetlands and people. Manage resources (human & financial) to undertake relevant research [technical and socio-economic studies to help design a participatory wetland conservation plan] and field activities leading to implementation of water conservation activities in the catchment as well as in the wetlands.
- Water Education: Coordinate and implement WWF-India’s Water School Programme with an objective to influence knowledge, behaviour and attitudes of stakeholders towards water and wetland conservation leading to promotion of sustainable water management practices. In this regard, Education Department, Forest Departments and other line departments of Government of Rajasthan to mainstream water education in the State curriculum. Communications, Outreach and policy advocacy: Design and implement communications and outreach strategy to generate awareness, build capacity and change attitudes to generate support for wetland conservation. Work with multiple stakeholders including Government to develop and implement a sustainable water security plan for the Keoladev National Park
- Networking: Develop and maintain relationships with stakeholders at the local, District and State level and the Donor Liaise with media and other relevant institutions to share case studies and success stories in order to maximize the visibility of the programme. Undertake standard project management tasks as required including team and performance management, preparation of budgets and work plans, and completing timely reports to donors and WWF senior management Represent WWF –India in various conferences, meetings.
- Qualifications, Experience and competencies required: Advanced degree in biology, ecology, environmental sciences, natural resources management, or related field and a minimum of 7 years of related experience. Familiarity with conservation issues, particularly those related to wetland and its biodiversity is desired. Demonstrated ability to identify wetland birds by sight is essential. Excellent interpersonal skills – ability to motivate people to action. Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural team Knowledge and appreciation of the participatory approaches to conservation Excellent written and verbal communications skills in English and Hindi are essential. Ability to synthesize and communicate technical and complex information for a non-technical audience, with effective communication skills reaching target audiences
- No. of Positions – 1
- The Job Profile: Conduct biodiversity assessments, socio-economic and technical studies related to wetland conservation. Coordinate with the State Education department, teachers, village institutions and the team of water school trainers to implement the water school programme. Coordinate with stakeholder groups including village communities, Panchayat, state departments schools among others for implementation of programme activities. Mobilise stakeholder support to establish a multi stakeholder platform on wetland conservation and organize stakeholder consultations, communication and outreach programmes at the local (town/city and village) level to create awareness and generate support for wetland conservation. Organise training/workshops/awareness programme for the identified target groups/stake holders to enable Wetland Conservation Prepare and submit technical progress reports, case studies, process documents.
- Qualifications, Experience and competencies required: Bachelor’s degree with 4 year’s experience or Master’s with degree 2-3 years of experience in biology, ecology, natural resources management, or related field Familiarity with wetland management and wildlife wetland habitats desired. Demonstrated ability to identify wetland birds by sight is essential. Knowledge and appreciation of the participatory approaches to conservation Excellent written and verbal communications skills in Hindi and English. Ability to synthesize and communicate technical and complex information for a non-technical audience, with effective communication skills Ability to work independently Excellent interpersonal skills – ability to motivate people to action
Selection Procedure for World Wide Fund India (WWFI)- Senior Project Officer/ Project Officer Post:
- Candidates can apply on or before 15th April, 2015.
- No detailed information about the selection procedure is mentioned in the recruitment notification.
How to apply for Senior Project Officer/ Project Officer Vacancy in World Wide Fund India (WWFI):
Apply Via Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please submit an up-to-date CV (mentioning your full name in the resume attachment), giving details regarding compensation received in the present assignment, expected salary, and three references. Last Date for sending applications: 15th April 2015. In order to ensure that your application is sorted correctly, please mention the position name, in the subject line. The vacancy is open to Indian Nationals only. Applications of only the short listed candidates will be acknowledged. Candidates who have applied for the position in the past six month, please do not apply again. WWF-India is an equal opportunities employer. Applications from qualified women are encouraged. Remuneration will be competitive with Indian NGO pay scales and will depend upon candidate’s experience levels and the overall WWF-India salary structure. WWF-India does not provide housing, telephone or vehicle facilities.
Important dates to remember :
Last Date to Apply for this job 15th April, 2015