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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

[WWF-Indonesia Vacancy] Social Economic Development Senior Officer for Kayan Mentarang

If you care about the environment and want to contribute to conservation efforts in Indonesia, this is the opportunity for you to join the largest national conservation organization in Indonesia. WWF-Indonesia, an independent national conservation organization, is part of a global network of WWF. WWF-IDN is currently seeking for the best candidate for the position of: Social Economic Development Senior Officer for Kayan Mentarang

This position will be based in Malinau and report to
Project Leader for Kayan Mentarang. The job holder will be responsible to ensure the implementation of social economic development project and maintain as well as develop networking with targeted community and local people in line with the goal of the project in order to ensure that the community and local people possess knowledge, awareness to support conservation activities implemented by WWF-Indonesia in Kayan Mentarang landscape and to ensure that the community can be actively empowered through the implementation of sustainable development and conservation principles that are fair and based on the resource potential and local wisdom in ensure the preservation of natural resources

Requirements for This Position are:
-          Minimum S1 (Bachelor degree ) from Forestry, Environment, and other related field
-          Minimum of 3 years of experience in related field
-          Experiences in community engagement and LSM
 
Interested applicants should send their CV and Cover Letter to vacancy@wwf.id with the subject of: Social Economic Development Senior Officer for Kayan Mentarang

Applications will be closed 7 days after the publication of this advertisement (June 2
8th). Please note that only short-listed applicants meeting the above requirements will be contacted. For further information about this vacancy, please visit our website on www.wwf.or.id 

Be a part of us, who is currently working in 28 regions in 17 provinces from Aceh to Papua, with more than 500 staffs and supported by more than 64,000 supporters in Indonesia. WWF Indonesia also works with governments, local communities, private sector, NGOs, civil society, and the public at large.

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