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Project Officer-Pangolins

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Organization : ZSL Thailand
Type : Nonprofits / องค์กรไม่แสวงหาผลกำไร
Date : 8 Nov 2017
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Deadline : 21 / November / 2017

 Job Description

 

Job Title: Project Officer-Pangolin

Section (optional): ZSL Thailand

Department: East & Southeast Asia

Directorate: Conservation Programmes

Responsible to: Project Manager-Elephant and Pangolin Projects

Location based : Kanchanaburi

 

 

Key Purpose of the Job      

 

The key purpose of this Thailand based position is to coordinate and implement ongoing activities related to the ZSL Thailand Pangolin Projects. This will primarily consist of developing detailed plans activity implementation, supervising any assigned Project Assistants, liaison with partners at Department of National Parks (DNP) and other institutions, implementation of field activities , facilitating trainings, data management and analysis, developing reports, contributing to project development.

 

Responsibility for Resources People

The Project Officer will be responsible for the supervision of assigned Project Assistants and volunteers. During field work this person may be responsible for coordinating teams implanting field work.    

Other 

The Project Officer will have lead responsibility for management of equipment assigned to Pangolin Projects, including but not limited to camera traps, field equipment and vehicle assigned to the team.

 

This Project Officer will be responsible for preparing detailed budget plans for project activities. The Project Officer will be responsible for requesting cash advances for field activities, handling cash, and reconciling cash advances in accordance with ZSL procedures.

 

In carrying out the duties of this post, the Project Officer may encounter confidential documents and be privy to sensitive information relating to donors, ZSL strategy, and project partners and therefore will be required to maintain confidentiality at all times.

                       

Main duties and key responsibilities         

         

                  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If not covered in main duties and responsibilities above please make sure that these questions are addressed under the following headings.

 

Building relationships

 

Mental Demands    

         

Flexibility     

 

Working Conditions

 

Expectations of job holder

         

         

NB: This job description is designed to outline a range of main duties that may be encountered. It is not designed to be an exhaustive list of tasks and can be varied in consultation with the post holders to reflect changes in the job or the organization.        

 

Qualifications & Experience        

 

Knowledge   

 

 

Skill & Abilities         

The Project Officer must be able to work/lead a field team to accomplish project objectives. The successful must also be able to work independently to plan activities, as well as manage data collected during activities.          

 

The Project Officer must also have:

 

Other requirements

The Project Officer must have the ability to travel, have a current and valid driving license, be willing to work outside of normal office hours. (e.g. on weekends) and work in the field extended periods of times.

Applicants will need to send their CV and a cover letter detailing relevant experience and skills, stating why they want the position, and include details of availability.  Please send to Thanakritta.Oonsri@zsl.org by midnight (GMT+7) on 21 November 2017

 

           

                                             

         

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