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PROGRAMME MANAGER, ETHIOPIA

The Ethiopia Country Program seeks to recruit a Programme Manager to represent Wetlands International in Ethiopia and to lead and further assist in nurturing and developing our growing programme portfolio, guided by the Wetlands International East Africa strategy. The Programme Manager, Ethiopia, will be responsible for the successful programme and project implementation, provide strategic guidance and coaching to in-country staff, ensure uptake of the Wetlands International track record and knowledge base among staff, ensure maximum synergies between projects in same geographical locations, ensure sound operational and financial management and compliance with internal policies and procedures and directly contribute to implementation when needed.

Download the full job description below. Applications should consist of a curriculum vitae and covering letter and be emailed to [email protected] with a copy to [email protected] and clearly marked
– Application for Programme Manager, Ethiopia, no later than 5pm Ethiopian time on October 17th 2018.

FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT TANZANIA

Wetlands International Office in Tanzania is seeking to recruit a Finance and Administration Assistant who will provide efficient and reliable Financial and Administrative support for the Tanzania Mangrove Capital Africa Project office and work closely with the respective project staff. S/he will work closely with the Finance Officer in the Nairobi Office and other teams in East Africa to ensure timely planning of office expenditures (supplier bills, procurements etc) and that accurate financial records are kept.

Download the full job description below. Interested applicants should send non-returnable applications with a CV and copies of credentials within ten calendar days of this advertisement to [email protected] with copy to [email protected] and [email protected] no later than 5 pm on 17th September 2018. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Finance-and-Administration-Assistant-Tanzania-Final-TOR.pdf

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COMMUNICATIONS INTERN

Wetlands International Office in Kenya is seeking a public relations and communications intern. This a temporary position Under the direct supervision and guidance of the Communications Lead East-Africa, the intern will assist the Team in various activities related to the Wetlands International communications activities.

Download the full job description below. All applications should consist of a CV and covering letter and should be emailed to [email protected] with a copy to [email protected] with the following subject line: Internship – Public relations and communications, no later than 5 pm on 31st July 2018.

CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF WETLANDS MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR KINAITE WATERSHED

Wetlands International East Africa under the Partners for Resilience Programme is seeking to recruit a consultant to develop a Wetlands Management Plan for sustainable management of Kinaite Watershed. The Plan will propose actions to initiate joint measures for improved wetlands management in future including screening investments and mainstreaming regulatory and socio-economic valuations in wetlands planning and management through Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs), Environmental Audits (EAs), Strategic Environment Analysis (SEA), among other tools.

Download the full job description below. The bidding is a competitive process. Interested Consultants are expected to respond by submitting a proposal on their understanding of this ToR, stated experience and expertise to undertake the Assignment with a clear outline of the methodology including the work plan and budget. The application should be sent on or before Friday 29th June 2018, via email to [email protected] with a copy to [email protected]

Terms-of-Reference-ToRs-for-development-of-Kinaite-Wetlands-Management-Plan_South-Sudan.pdf

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FINANCE INTERN

Wetlands International Office in Kenya is seeking a Finance intern. This a temporary position Under the direct supervision and guidance of the Finance Officer Eastern-Africa, the intern will assist the Team in various activities as outlined in the TOR.

Download the full job description below. Applications should consist of a CV and covering letter and be emailed to [email protected] with a copy to [email protected] with the following subject line: Internship – Finance, no later than 5pm on 15th June 2018.

CONSULTANCY SERVICES TO CONDUCT AN ASSESSMENT OF THE CURRENT AND POTENTIAL ECONOMICS OF ECOSYSTEMS AND BIODIVERSITY OF ABIJATTA-SHALLA LAKES NATIONAL PARK, ETHIOPIA

Wetlands International is implementing Climate Resilient Flyway Project in Ethiopia in collaboration with other partners and is seeking to recruit a consultant to conduct an assessment of the current and potential Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity of Abijatta-Shalla Lakes National Park. The aim of the study is to give insight into the current and potential economic value of the ecosystem services the Abijata-Shalla National Park provides and subsequently improving the conditions of the park by attracting more attention and resources (political and administrative support, infrastructure, manpower and finance) to the park while boosting the revenue from the tourism.

Interested consultants are expected to respond by submitting a proposal on their understanding of this ToRs, stated experience and expertise to undertake the Assignment with a clear outline of the methodology including the work plan and budget. The application should be sent on or by 5th April 2018, via email to [email protected] with copies to [email protected] and [email protected]

TOR-FOR-ECONOMIC-EVALUATION-OF-ECOSYSTEMS-BIODIVERSITY-ABIJATTA-SHALLA-LAKES-NATIONAL-PARK.pdf

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CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR STAKEHOLDER MAPPING AND ANALYSIS – MANGROVE CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT – RUFIJI DELTA, TANZANIA

The Mangrove Capital Africa (MCA) program initiated by Wetlands International is seeking to recruit a consultant to conduct a stakeholder mapping and analysis for mangrove conservation and management on the coast of Tanzania with a specific focus on the Rufiji Delta. Therefore, we are seeking a qualified candidate to pursue this assignment.  The Mangrove Capital Africa (MCA) program is a 10-year program whose vision is: Mangroves and their biodiversity are healthy, improving the livelihoods of millions of people and protecting them against the dangers of climate change.

The bidding is a competitive process. Interested Consultants are expected to respond by submitting a proposal on their understanding of this ToR, stated experience and expertise to undertake the Assignment with a clear outline of the methodology including the work plan and budget. The application should be sent on or before 5th April 2018, via email to [email protected] with copies to [email protected] and [email protected]

Consultancy Services for Stakeholder Mapping and Analysis-Rufiji Delta

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