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Senior Energy Programme Officer
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

I.Major Function:The Energy Officer will support the Energy Manager on sustainable energy work. Heshe will engage with partners local authorities local communities private sector CSOs, NGOs and other organisations to promote access to sustainable energy in WWFs target areas. II.Major Duties and Responsibilities A.Project Development and ImplementationResponsible for coordination of WWFs sustainable energy work in the region of Tanintharyi. The Energy Officer will be the first contact person for partners and will coordinate our work in the field.Support in the development of a pilot project for offgrid energy in at least one township and promote development of a regional energy plan in Tanintharyi.Carry out capacity building and trainings for CSOs, government and private sector in MyanmarSupport and participate in local existing energy sector meetings and networksPerform other technical and operational duties in relation to renewable energy, power options, offgrid solutions and hydropower development, as necessaryProvide inputs to communication, productscampaigns to ensure accurate information will be published to promote the image of the organization and its conservation activitiesB.Policy and Advocacy, Partnership Development and NetworkingProvide support to the Energy Manager in the development of new products and proposals for fundraisingDevelop and maintain a network of contacts, and actively seek to build strategic alliances with private sector, other NGOs, international and national organizations, donors and other potential partners in order to promote a sustainable energy sector as part of a green economy approach.Enable communities and SMEs to engage with the relevant levels for developing alternative energy solutions and equitable accessContribute to the development of national policy to meet SE4ALL objectives Represent the WWFMyanmar at appropriate regional and international WWF and nonWWF meetings, as approved by the Energy ManagerC.ManagementFacilitate knowledge exchange between WWFMyanmar and the regionD.Monitoring and Evaluation, ReportingSupport to ensure that effective ME system is in place, information and data is collected in time to inform on program implementation and result based monitoringConduct regular monitoring of project interventions and project impact

Job posted: 23.9.2019

Communications Fellow (Reannounced)
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionThe FellowIntern will support the communication team based in the landscape field office on two strategic initiatives. The first initiative aims to raise awareness of the local stakeholders on biological diversity and ecosystem services of Dawna Tenasserim Landscape. The second initiative aims to raise awareness of the international community on how the tradition and culture of indigenous communities contribute to conservation of biodiversity. Major Responsibilities 1.Conservations awareness campaign: In partnership with partner organisations and technical experts, launch awareness raising campaign on conservation issues with local stakeholders being the target audience. The responsibilities includea.Agreeing on the modality of the campaignb.Developing and implementing a workplan, with partners, to launch and continue the campaignc.Ensuring smooth start and continuation of the campaign Raising landscape profile:d.Organizing a high profile exhibition in Dawei, showcasing biodiversity value of the e.Developing and implementing a workplan to organise the exhibitionf.Supporting the communication team in the landscape to develop and strengthen assets and channels to communicate ourcomes to the donors.

Job posted: 23.9.2019

Water stewardships project coordinator
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionsLeading the regional project on promoting water stewardship to achieve more sustainable water management, which will be executed together with WWF Vietnam and WWF Greater MekongMajor Duties and Responsibilities: Managing the regional water stewardship project and its team in accordance with the project document and donor requirementsEnsuring adherence to the projects workplan and budget so that it achieves its objectives to reduce the impact of pollution by small and medium enterprisesEnsure optimal donor relations, including reportingAchieve productive relations with key stakeholders in government, private sector and CSOsManaging project consultanciesCoordinate the projects Advisory Group

Job posted: 23.9.2019

Senior Officer, Illegal Wildlife Trade (Reannounced)
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionThe Senior officer will contribute to reducing the illegal wildlife trade originating from and flowing through DTL.Major Responsibilities:1.Understand landscape conservation objectives and work with the supervisor to develop a long term plan to address illegal wildlife trade2.Work with the supervisor to operationalize the long term plan for each year, developing a detailed work plan for each priority strategy3.Conduct survey and market studies to estimate the scale and impact of wildlife trade. 4.Identify the drivers of wildlife trade, starting from the source of supply to final demand as well identify the actor involved in the supply chain and how they operate5.Contribute to the closing of illegal wildlife trade market by engaging authorities and providing technical support on closing down the markets6.Work with authorities to setup and manage mobile trade and market monitoring units to monitor and report wildlife trade along main trading routes and markets The detailed job description is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpage

Job posted: 23.9.2019

Conservation Landscape Manager - DTL
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Main function The Conservation Landscape Manager plays the key leadership and management role in WWFs effort to conserve Myanmars Dawna Tenasserim Landscape. This challenging senior position is responsible for all aspects of this work, including the planning, management, financial, and administrative aspects of the landscape programme, including building and maintaining critical partnerships and relations with key stakeholders, especially with CSOs, NGOs, the Karen National Unions KNU Forest Department and the Myanmar Union government Forest Department.Identify and establish strategic partnerships needed to facilitate delivery of shared conservation goals in DTL. Support partnershipbuilding efforts with government, CSOs and NGOs.Lead stakeholder engagement meetings and workshops to build trust, and coordinate efforts of diverse interests in DTL.Manage the team in WWFs Dawei office to ensure alignment of activities with WWFs strategic objectives. Work closely with the DTL Regional Transboundary Coordinator based in Thailand.Act as the focal point for engaging with relevant donors, regional government departments, and the KNU. Work closely with the WWFMM Conservation Director to provide leadership and overall direction and coordination.Work with financial staff to budget for the activities of the landscape, and monitoring, while insuring accurate financial and program reporting. Lead on relevant fundraising initiatives including writing and reviewing proposals.Provide regular reports and analysis to the Conservation Director and the Country Management Team CMT Landscape Manager is also a member of CMT

Job posted: 22.9.2019

Sustainable Production Project Assistant
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionThe Project Assistant will support the implementation of the Sustainable Production project Catalysing Sustainable Water and Energy Management in Food and Beverage Industries in the Ayeyarwady River Basin, which aims to demonstrate and scale up green investments in energy efficiency and waste water treatment in small and mediumsized enterprises SMEs in the FB Sector.The overall objective of the project is: Cleaner production in the Myanmar FB sector is promoted, improving the sectors environmental performance and contributing to a green economy. In order to achieve this, the specific objective is: As a result of policies, business support structures, increased capacity and improved access to finance, SMEs in the FB sector in Myanmar are enabled to adopt sustainable energy and water management practices by 2021. Major Responsibilities 1.Coordination with project team: Support the members of project team and assist to coordinate meetings, trainings, site assessments, travel management, event arrangement and necessary logistic arrangements. 2.Stakeholder engagement: Build and keep a good relation with stakeholders and project partners. 3.Administration: Ensure that the entire team functions efficienctly and administrative functions such as filing of bills, submitting expense claims, procurement, are carried out effectively based on WWF procedures..4.Translation: The Project Assistant will be required to do translation during meetings and technical trainers in cases where is it not possible to find a good translator. Assist in preparation and translation of contracts, MoU and briefs

Job posted: 21.9.2019

Wildlife Monitoring Coordinator, Dawna_Tenasserim Landscape
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionThe Wildlife Monitoring Coordinator will support and coordinate the survey and monitoring activities in the Landscape Programme, and ensure other projects and initiatives are aligning with wildlife conservation goals.Major Responsibilities:1.Understand landscape conservation objectives and work with the supervisor to develop a long term suvery and monitoring plan for different priority sites2.Ensure that the plan aligns with intergrated landscape management and informs key species and habitat indicators3.Work with the supervisor to operationalize the long term plan for each year, developing a detailed work plan for each priority site4.Support and work with partners to carry out field surveys and monitoring in the priority sites. This includesa.Field training and hand holding the team on survey and monitoring methodsb.Ensuring proper and functioning gear as well as clear roles and responsibilities in the teamc.Ensuring all the logistics, permissions and timelines are coordinated with limited disruption to the pland.Produce and keep stock of equipment as and when needed5.Work closely with GIS team and ensure systematic storage and formatting of data across WWFs wildlife and landscape team6.Analyse and generate meaningful insights from the data7.Coordinate with other teams to ensure programme alignment. For instancea.Ensure that environmental education and behaviour change work incorporates species conservation and reduced hunting and trade of threatened and protected speciesb.Ensure that livelihoods and agriculture programme incorporates species conservation agreement and community based monitoring8.Provide technical support to all DTL prject so that biodivetristy is properly captured

Job posted: 21.9.2019

Conservation Planning & Learning Officer
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionThe Conservation Planning and Learning Officer works under the supervision of the Conservation Impact Coordinator and is responsible for supporting the development of the Conservation Impact function across the whole WWF Myanmar conservation programme.Major Responsibilities1.Support on the planning, monitoring, evaluation, and learning of all WWF Myanmar conservation work as it relates to the country strategic plan.2.Facilitate and coordinate the preparation of the strategic and annual plans.3.Analyse conservation plans and results to provide guidance for adaptive management.4.Lead the monitoring of the progress against the plans, facilitate reflections and learnings.5.Lead the gathering of data, information and knowledge of WWF Myanmar to external stakeholders. 6.Manage WWF proprietary databases, ensuring data consistency, regular updates and compliance to the policies. Provide support to other staff in the use of the mentioned tools.The detailed job description is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpage

Job posted: 20.9.2019
Consultancy objectivesMany challenges exist for Myanmar stakeholders to reduce industrial environmental footprint and comply with national emission guidelines. A systematic approach that prioritises high polluting subsector within FB sector and that supports key stakeholders to develop, implement and monitor the EMP, is critical to ensure efficiency, sustainability and accountability. The consultancy aims to facilitate a systematic approach to prioritise subsectors, build capacity and develop guidelines for key stakeholders to review and monitor EMP, developed and submitted by the industry.Scope of workThe consultant is expected to provide a detailed methodology and timeline and get it approved from the project. The consultant will provide technical support to the project team on EMP development, implementation and monitoring best practices. The scope of the work is as followsA.Facilitate the discussion on developing a roadmap for EMP implementation for FB based on key selected parametersB.Support the local government and relevant stakeholders to review Environmental Management Plans and develop EMP Review Guidelines for FBConsultant need to develop a detailed work plan with time line within a week of signing a contract and submit it to the project for approval.The detailed Output and deliverables is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpage

Job posted: 20.9.2019

Coordinator, Wildlife Law Enforcement Support
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major ResponsibilitiesThe Wildlife Programme Law Enforcement Support Coordinator willImplement, and monitor progress of WWFs antipoaching and wildlife crime prevention support workSupport law enforcement agencies to coordinate patrol planning, patrol operations analysis, and ensuring critical information is shared with appropriate agencies.Support law enforcement agencies in stopping wildlife traffickingSupport relevant agencies for antipoaching information collection mechanismsThe detailed job description is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpageClosing Date: 6 March 2019 WednesdayInterested candidates should email vacancy.mmwwf.org.mm or send a hard copy cover letter and curriculum vitae in English to 15C, Than Taman Street, Dagon Township Yangon, stating the applied position title. Email application documents should be addressed as DocumentYour fullname. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Job posted: 20.9.2019

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