WWF-Cambodia is looking for a qualified and energetic Conservation Programme Manager who is responsible for the implementation of the Country Conservation Programme and contributing to the Greater Mekong Programme Strategic Plan.
He/she will have the chance to lead and provides measurable inputs to ensure the delivery of an challenging and interesting conservation strategy and programme, implementing at the landscape level.
He/she manages an committed team based in Phnom Penh but also in Mondulkiri, Kratie and Stung Treng Provimces.
He/she will also ensure resource prioritisation and allocation and work plan coherence across the landscapes.
He/she is also responsible for coordination with partners and representing WWF in national, regional and international.
The position is to be based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Masterís degree in natural resources management, environmental or conservation management, development studies, or in relevant fields
7 years of practical experience in leading and managing integrated programme, 3 years of which should be in the Cambodia
Proven experience of managing programmes funded by a diversity of sources including governments and aid agencies, private sector donors with annual budget of 2-3 millions USD
Experience of working and negotiating with donors at all levels, and working with key regional and international institutions e.g. ADB, EU, UNDP, ASEAN, and the Mekong River Commission
Thorough understanding of socio-economic, conservation and development issues in Cambodia
Fluency in written and spoken English and Khmer language is desirable
Proficiency in MS Office
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