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DTL Project Officer

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Organization : WWF-Thailand
Type : Nonprofits / องค์กรไม่แสวงหาผลกำไร
Date : 11 Jun 2019
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Deadline : 2 / July / 2019

Dawna Tenasserim Transboundary Project Officer

Division/Department:   Conservation

Reporting to:     Transboundary DTL Manager

Effective Date: 01-Aug-19

Base Location:   Bangkok office & Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary with travel in Thailand and Myanmar

Background and Purposes:

The Dawna Tenasserim Landscape is a treasure trove of biodiversity. The Western Forest Complex in the Thailand side of the Dawna Tenasserim, harbours the largest population of tigers within the Greater Mekong. The Dawna Tenasserim as a whole is a global priority for the conservation of tigers, leopards, and other cat species. The Dawna Tenasserim is also a stronghold for Asian elephants in a region where elephant populations are steeply declining. As many as 1,600 Asian elephants may roam the Dawna Tenasserim’s forests. As the scope of the overall and transboundary program expands, further staffing is required to provide support to the DTL Transboundary Manager, particularly in the work in Thailand. The focus will be on community engagement, working on transboundary illegal wildlife trade and examining options for community-based conservation in the Thailand side of the DTL, with particular focus on the north of the DTL (Western Forest Complex).

Major Role Responsibilities

  • Liaising with key partners, particularly in Thailand, including CSOs, NGOs, and government actors.
  • Collecting and supporting the sharing of tiger-related data in Thailand DTL.
  • Contributing to stakeholder mapping of key stakeholder groups within the DTL and building linkages with Karen and other ethnic minority groups that span across Myanmar – Thailand border.
  • Supporting building a program of people-centered tiger conservation in key tiger heartlands and work areas in Thailand DTL.
  • Engaging with Thai DTL program staff in supporting a whole landscape vision and strategy.
  • Creating transboundary linkages and opportunities for exchange between protected areas in the Western Forest Complex and adjacent areas in Myanmar.
  • Supporting research, tracking and other activities as needed related to illegal wildlife trafficking across the Thai – Myanmar border.
  • Conducting research in the Thai language as needed to contribute to reports and summaries for use in fundraising and reporting materials.
  • Supporting DTL Thailand social safeguards work by engaging in community-level consultations and assessments as needed.
  • Field site visits for monitoring of the progress of DTL program support as needed.

    Required Qualification
  • 5 years of experience working in forestry and/or forest conservation and management
  • 3 year’s experience working at local community or CSO level is preferable
  • Experience in Community engagement and advocacy
  • Bachelor degree in social sciences, forestry, conservation, natural resources management is preferable
  • Knowledge in wildlife & Forest
  • Fluent in Thai is a must and Karen language is preferable
  • Good communication in English
  • Good in report writing in Thai but preferably in English

 

How to apply

Interested candidate, please submit your resume and motivation letter stating your expected salary to hr.th@wwf.or.th by July 2nd, 2019 Tel: +66 (0) 2 618 4303-5 or +66 (81) -255-7863

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. Otherwise, your resume will be filed into our candidate database for future reference and consideration

Contact : hr.th@wwf.or.th or +6681-255-7863

ผู้ประสานงาน / Coordinator เจ้าหน้าที่ภาคสนาม / Field officer

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