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  • Lao Thai Fisheries Transboundary Project Manager, WWF-Laos (Re-advertise) JOB OPPORTUNITYLao Thai Fisheries Transboundary Project Manager, WWF-Laos(Re-advertise)WWF-Laos is looking for an experienced candidate to fulfill the position of Lao Thai Fisheries Transboundary Project Manager base in Vientiane Capital, Lao PDR.WWF has been a strong, credible and recognized global force in the world of conservation for the past half-century as we have strived to deliver on our mission of building a world where people thrive in harmony with nature. With our 2015-2020 Strategic Plan, we aim at increasing our conservation impact by focusing on direct threats to wildlife, forests, and water ecosystems, and by increasing our influence and credibility in the Lao PDR.The Lao Thai Fisheries Phase 2 (LTF2) project focuses on the protection and improvement of freshwater resources in the Middle Mekong. To this end, jointly managed Fish Conservation Zones are to be established, the livelihood of the population is to be secured through higher fish stocks and alternative sources of income, and research on specific species is to be carried out. The project is funded by WWF Switzerland and WWF Singapore.Major function:The Transboundary Project Manager, Lao Thai Fisheries Phase 2, is responsible for the overall management of Phase 2 of the Lao-Thai Fisheries project, supervising the Thai Project Manager based in Isaan, Thailand, and the Lao Project Manager, based in Savannakhet, Laos. The Transboundary Project Manager reports to WWF Laos’ Conservation Programme Manager; he/she is accountable for overall project delivery to the project’s donors.Supervise Thailand and Laos’ Project Managers to ensure they effectively implement project activities, control project budgets and report to WWF Laos’ Conservation Programme Manager;Ensure regular communication between implementing units and to the donor offices;Oversee, be responsible and accountable for the project’s monitoring and evaluation framework, in support of the Thai and Lao Project Managers as per WWF’s Project and Programme Management Standards;Review and update activities work plan to ensure that the project attains its objectives in both countries as cost-effectively and efficiently as possible;Support the Thai and Lao Project Managers to prepare monthly monitoring reports;Prepare Technical Progress Reports to the project’s donors every 6 months; support donor’s data requests as required;Provide technical support to project teams on a regular basis through visits to target areas; Monitor and review the monthly, quarterly and annual budget expenditure reports; provide recommendations/feedback; guarantee the financial integrity and accountability of project budgets;Coordinate closely with all key stakeholders (national and international organizations) to ensure the smooth implementation all project components in both countries;Provide inputs to communications products and campaigns when required to ensure accurate information will be published to promote WWF activities.Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in either watershed management, fisheries, conservation, natural resources management, or in other relevant fieldsQualification in Project Management is preferred.At least 7 years of practical experience in managing water/fisheries-related projects in either INGOs or the United Nations or bilateral development agencies or private companies;Proven experience in managing projects exceeding USD500,000 implemented over a large geographic extent; multi-country project management experience a critical advantage;Knowledge of the policy/institutional context related to fisheries and conservation in Laos and/or Thailand;Proven experience of working with Government officials, local communities and donor representatives;Experience in conducting studies and coordinating research activities an advantage.Very good written and spoken English, Lao and/or Thai languages;Proven capacity to manage teams remotely; ability to supervise people without direct line management;Proven ability to work in a multicultural environment;Striving to develop a sense of team with both staff under supervision and managers;Proven ability to work under minimum supervision and take initiative while keeping in check all relevant regulations and organization’s policies;Adhere to WWF’s values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging;Sensitized to WWF's social policies and actively support their implementation;Essential WWF behaviour for such a position: Strive for impact, Listen deeply, Collaborate openly and Innovate fearlessly.The detailed job description is posted on http://www.wwf.org.la/about/work_with_us/ and available upon request.   Interested candidates should apply by sending a cover letter and CV in English, mentioning the position applied for, to: jobs.laos@wwf.org.laClosing date: 29rd  August 2019 Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. WWF does not charge or accept a fee at any stage of the recruitment process.  We are an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce.
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator JOB OPPORTUNITYMonitoring and Evaluation Coordinator, WWF-LaosJoin one of the world's largest and most respected conservation organisations!WWF has been working in Laos since the late 1980s in cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. Our country programme office was first established in Vientiane in 2001. Since then, our team has grown to over 40 Lao, international and volunteer staff working on over 10 projects countrywide with offices in Vientiane, Champassak, Salavan and Sekong provinces.WWF’s vision for Laos is that the human footprint stays within the country’s capacity to maintain the full spectrum of biological diversity and ecosystems, and the key services they provide, to enhance Lao people’s livelihood resilience and contribute to the sustainable conservation of the overall ecological integrity of the Greater Mekong Region.WWF Laos is now looking for an experienced Lao National to fill the position of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Coordinator based in Vientiane Capital, Lao PDR.What does the Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator do?The M&E Coordinator is an exciting and inspiring position, essential in ensuring WWF Laos delivers quality conservation impact. He/she reports to the Conservation Director and is responsible for the effective development and management of WWF-Laos’ M&E system in accordance with the current Country Strategic Plan. He/she ensures the effective delivery of all relevant M&E products, from project and programme levels to the Country Office level. Key specific responsibilities include:Support Project Managers in maintaining and completing project monitoring tools;Proactively support Project Managers in completing their monitoring and evaluation commitments;Maintain the WWF International database system, INSIGHT, with input from WWF Laos Country Office related to both the conservation programme and the various operations departments;Lead the consolidation of data needed for WWF Laos’ contribution to the yearly Network Performance Overview (NPO);Desired profile of applicants:Bachelor’s degree in monitoring and evaluation or in relevant fields.At least 3 years of practical experience in designing and/or managing information management systems;Systematic thinking, good human relations and coordination skills, including working in virtual teams; Excellent organizational skills and self-motivation;Striving to develop a sense of team with colleagues;Excellent command of written and spoken Lao and English languages;Essential WWF behaviour for such a position: Strive for impact, Listen deeply, Collaborate openly and Innovate fearlessly.The detailed job description is posted on http://www.wwf.org.la/about/work_with_us/ and available upon request. Interested candidates should apply by sending a cover letter and CV, in English language, to jobs.laos@wwf.org.la, indicating the name of the position applied for in the email subject.Closing date: August 28th, 2019 Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. WWF does not charge or accept a fee at any stage of the recruitment process.  We are an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce.
  • Project Officer JOB OPPORTUNITYProject Officer – Livelihoods, Central Annamites Landscape, WWF-Laos Join one of the world's largest and most respected conservation organisations!WWF has been working in Laos since the late 1980s in cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. Our country programme office was first established in Vientiane in 2001. Since then, our team has grown to over 40 Lao, international and volunteer staff working on over 10 projects countrywide with offices in Vientiane, Champassak, Salavan and Sekong provinces.WWF’s vision for Laos is that the human footprint stays within the country’s capacity to maintain the full spectrum of biological diversity and ecosystems, and the key services they provide, to enhance Lao people’s livelihood resilience and contribute to the sustainable conservation of the overall ecological integrity of the Greater Mekong Region.WWF’s interventions in the Central Annamites Landscape are mainly supported by the CARBI phase 2 project (Biodiversity Conservation in the Central Annamites through Ecosystem Protection). CARBI 2 is a transboundary project between Laos and Vietnam contributing to the protection, restoration, and sustainable use of ecosystems and the conservation of biological diversity in the Central Annamites Landscape with innovative and transformational conservation interventions that support the governments of Vietnam and Laos to meet their obligations under the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). Other components of the Landscape Programme include forest restoration, supporting local agencies to engage in the FLEGT framework and to apply legislation on wildlife trade, community forest management planning, engagement with the private sector and transboundary cooperation with relevant agencies in Vietnam, etc. with funding support from the WWF Network.WWF Laos is now looking for an experienced Lao National to fill the position of Project Officer – Livelihood, Central Annamites Landscape, based in Salavan Province, Lao PDR. What does the Project Officer – Livelihood, Central Annamites Landscape do?The Livelihoods Officer provides technical support to the Provincial Coordinator (Outreach Officer) in the planning, management, implementation, monitoring and reporting of project activities to ensure compliance with the Project Document and WWF’s contractual obligations and ensure close collaboration between the project management, partners and relevant stakeholders in the project sites. His or her specific role in collaboration with local partners, is to lead community income diversification support through Village Development Funds (VDFs) activities.Provide technical support to the Provincial Coordinator (Outreach Officer) in the planning, management, implementation, monitoring and reporting of project activities to ensure compliance with the Project Documents and WWF’s contractual obligations;Together with Government counterparts and local authorities in Salavan and Sekong with support from relevant technical teams in WWF-Laos and in the region, implement activities as per the plan towards the objective of promoting sustainable livelihoods by designing and implementing environmentally friendly alternative income models in target villages through:Supporting the development and management of performance-based Village Development Funds (VDFs);Providing technical support in the design of proposed activities e.g. agricultural extension, livestock management, aquaculture, soil improvement, agro-forestry, etc. ;Supporting the design of monitoring and evaluation mechanisms to continuously determine the effectiveness of VDFs and to identify possible areas for improvement;Build technical capacity of target groups through trainings, skill development sessions, coaching and study visits where applicable;Confer with the Project team, Project Technical Advisors and counterparts to prepare monthly project activity work plans; together with Government counterparts and local authorities, implement activities as per the agreed plans, using the allocated budget;Support the Provincial Coordinator (Outreach Officer) to prepare Monthly Monitoring Reports (MMR), quarterly, 6-monthly and annual project implementation plans with project partners;Monitor activity implementation, identify arising issues and provide solutions to address them, in close consultation and collaboration with Line Manager, Landscape Manager, technical advisors and government partners;Develop and maintain a database of all technical reports, presentation, maps, data and pictures produced by the project in the area of responsibility;In cooperation with project staff and Government partners, organize meetings, workshops, study tours and training courses and facilitate workshops, discussions and consultations with communities and stakeholders;Build and maintain networks with Government counterpart, local authorities, INGOs, CSOs and technical agencies as well as local communities;Provide input to communication products and campaigns when required to ensure accurate information is published about WWF activities;Provide other operational and technical support to the Line Manager as required.Desired profile of applicants:Bachelor’s degree in agriculture, forestry, agro-ecology or other relevant fields;At least 3 years of working experience in agriculture extension, integrated farming, and/or agro-forestry;Experience in working and negotiating with Government officials; experience in the south of Laos an advantage;Proven experience in supporting the development of integrated farming systems based on agro-ecological principles and indigenous knowledge;Proven capacity to engage efficiently and support local communities, Government officials, local authorities and technical agencies;Proven ability to work in the context of multi-country projects, in a multicultural environment;Striving to develop a sense of team with colleagues;Proven ability to work under minimum supervision and take initiative while keeping in check all relevant regulations and organization’s policies;Willing to learn and continue to learn;Excellent command of written and spoken Lao language;Good command of English language;Essential WWF behaviour for such a position: Strive for impact, Listen deeply, Collaborate openly and innovate fearlessly.The detailed job description is posted on http://www.wwf.org.la/about/work_with_us/ and available upon request. Interested candidates should apply by sending a cover letter and CV, in English language, to jobs.laos@wwf.org.la, indicating the name of the position applied for in the email subject.Closing date: September 4th, 2019 Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. WWF does not charge or accept a fee at any stage of the recruitment process.  We are an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce.You can read other information click
  • Conservation Programme Manager JOB OPPORTUNITYConservation Programme Manager, WWF-LaosJoin one of the world's largest and most respected conservation organizations!WWF has been working in Laos since the late 1980s in cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. Our country programme office was first established in Vientiane in 2001. Since then, our team has grown to over 40 Lao, international and volunteer staff working on over 10 projects countrywide with offices in Vientiane, Champassak, Salavan and Sekong provinces. Find out more at http://www.wwf.org.la/.  WWF’s vision for Laos is that the human footprint stays within the country’s capacity to maintain the full spectrum of biological diversity and ecosystems, and the key services they provide, to enhance Lao people’s livelihood resilience and contribute to the sustainable conservation of the overall ecological integrity of the Greater Mekong Region.WWF Laos is now looking for an experienced candidate to fill the position of Conservation Programme Manager based in Vientiane Capital, Lao PDR. What does the Conservation Programme Manager do? The Conservation Programme Manager (CPM) is responsible for coordinating the implementation of WWF-Laos’ projects so that they deliver the results WWF-Laos has committed to in its contractual agreements with project beneficiaries in Laos and to its donors. As a member of the Country Management Team (CMT), the CPM shares responsibility for the overall performance of the Country Programme. Key specific responsibilities include:Provide supervision and guidance to Wildlife, Freshwater and Forest Conservation Practice Coordinators as well as Project Managers;Support the efforts of the WWF-Laos Conservation Team in policy;Ensure projects act in accordance to policies and procedures to drive conservation impact;Provide input to and review project proposals and technical project;Ensure monthly monitoring reports are produced by each Project Manager and provide timely feedback;Build and maintain networks and partnerships on biodiversity conservation, etc.Desired profile of applicants:Master’s degree in wildlife conservation, development studies or in relevant fields;Qualification in project management, and/or in monitoring and evaluation, preferred.At least 5 years of practical experience in managing programmes or large projects;Proven experience in the fields of biodiversity conservation;Very good written and spoken English and Lao languages;Adhere to WWF’s values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging;Essential WWF behaviour for such a position: Strive for impact, Listen deeply, Collaborate openly and Innovate fearlessly, etc.The detailed job description is posted on http://www.wwf.org.la/about/work_with_us/ and available upon request. Interested candidates should apply by sending a cover letter and CV, in English language, to jobs.laos@wwf.org.la, indicating the name of the position applied for in the email subject.Closing date: September 6, 2019Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. WWF does not charge or accept a fee at any stage of the recruitment process.  We are an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce.
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