DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Provide technical and strategic advice and guidance as well as operational support to project management and others for planning and implementation of landscape- or community-specific activities;
Liaise with regional government for coordination of landscape-specific project inputs;
Participate in relevant project activities, including but not limited to development of landscape-level strategies and plans for community engagement, resource management and conservation;
Liaise with project management through at least quarterly meetings to share information on progress on project activities, needs arising and key issues requiring attention from the project, including information relevant to project compliance with all relevant policies and objectives;
Provide information to the PM for use in communications and support the PM in developing project progress reports, donor reports and technical reports;
Coordinate to maintain relationships and engagement with important landscape-level stakeholders such as regional government, ministries, line departments, civil society organizations, universities, LNGOs, INGOs and donors;
Organize meetings of landscape-level stakeholders in a timely and efficient manner;
Ensure that necessary documents (agenda, relevant background documents and technical reports) for meetings are circulated to members two weeks in advance, and that minutes of meetings are produced and disseminated within a week after the meeting
Provide strategic guidance to project management regarding landscape level activities
Oversee day-to-day implementation of landscape level project activities.
REQUIREMENTS FOR APPOINTMENTS
The successful candidate must meet the following requirements: –
Bachelor’s degree in related to biodiversity or other relevant fields;
At least five (5) years of relevant work experience, related to biodiversity conservation, community-based natural resource management and/or sustainable livelihoods.
At least three (3) years of work experience preferably in a project involving biodiversity conservation, natural resource management and/or sustainable livelihoods.
Very good inter-personal skills;
Proficiency in the use of computer software applications especially MS Word and MS Excel.
Excellent language skills in English (writing, speaking and reading) and in local languages
Method of Application
All Interested and qualified persons should submit their applications together with a detailed Curriculum Vitae, Copies of Academic and Professional Certificates, testimonials and National Identity cards in a sealed envelope, addressed to:
Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Heritage
State Department for Tourism and Wildlife
P.O. Box 41394-00100, Nairobi
Hand delivered to National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Building, 21st Floor Main Registry, on or before 23rd November, 2022 at 1600hrs.
Email your application to: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE Persons Living with Disabilities (PLWD’s) are encouraged attach their certificate of registration in their applications.