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Senior Officer, Illegal Wildlife Trade
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. This involves directly conducting surveys with the team as well as engaging third party4.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.Work with supervisor to develop and implement the strategy to address the drivers of wildlife trade6.Contribute to the closing of illegal wildlife trade market by engaging authorities and providing technical support on closing down the markets7.Work with authorities to setup and manage mobile trade and market monitoring units to monitor and report wildlife trade along main trading routes and markets8.Support other landscape teams in developing effective awareness and livelihoods programme to dismantle the supply chain of wildlife trade9.Support communication team in organizing events to raise awareness on wildlife conservation

Job posted: 15.8.2019

Renewable Energy Technical Advisor (Re-announced)
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Come be part of history as we support Myanmar develop its renewable energy potential. In 2017 our renewable energy vision set forth a sustainable pathway for Myanmar to leapfrog to a leading voice in the global energy debate and be powered by 100 renewable energy by 2050. We are looking for an exceptional individual to support national energy policy advocacy, state and regionallevel technical assistance, power development planning, project implementation, and attracting investments. As advisor, you will be based in Yangon and will travel frequently, especially to Kayin State, Tanintharyi Region, and Naypyidaw. If you have a Masters degree in renewable energy or in relevant fields, minimum 1015 years related experience in renewable energy policy and advocacy, project financing and project implementation, and would like to be part of a very motivated energy team, please continue reading below for further details.The salary range for this position is 50,000 60,000 USD per year.Major FunctionsAt national level, the RE Technical Advisor will: Provide expert technical advice as inputs to Renewable Energy policy advocacy and consultationsSupport WWFs vision for 100 renewable energy for Myanmar by 2050 . Assist in attracting renewable power investment for Myanmar. Support fund raising for further development.At stateregion level, the RE Technical Advisor will:Prepare quick power development planning for Kayin stateDevelop project deployment strategy and encourage private sector for Kayin stateBuild capacity of the state government of Kayin to attract renewable power investmentSupport dialogue with partners, private sector, national and state governments local authority bodies for renewable power developmentClosing Date: 22 July 2018 SundayInterested 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 DocumentYourfullname.Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Job posted: 15.8.2019

Communication Fellow
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.Campaign for conservation: In partnership with partner organisations and technical experts, launch Campaign for Conservation C4C 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: 15.8.2019

Wildlife Conservation Officer (2 posts)
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major Responsibilities The Wildlife Conservation Officer willSupport the HumanElephant Conflict alleviation work: operationalization of HEC alleviation measures including electric fencing and early warning systems liaising with communities, local authorities and stakeholders, especially in Bago Yoma and Ayeyarwady Delta Regions among othersLiaise and collaborate with antipoaching and elephant response teams from the Forest Department, Forest Police and Myanmar Timber Enterprise for poaching prevention.Coordinate patrol efforts to maximize protection using SMART Spatial Monitoring and Reporting ToolSupport implementation of elephant conservation research work, taking part in field surveys including assisting with design and data collection for elephant research work.This job description covers the main tasks and conveys the spirit of the sort of tasks that are anticipated proactively from staff. Other tasks may be assigned as necessary according to organization needs.

Job posted: 15.8.2019

Monitoring & Evaluation Intern
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionThe ME Officer or Intern works under the supervision of the Conservation Impact Coordinator and is responsible for supporting the development of Conservation Impact function across the whole WWF Myanmar conservation programme.Major Responsibilities1.Support on the monitoring, evaluation, and reporting of all WWF Myanmar conservation work as it relates to the country strategic plan to ensure consistency with WWF Programme and Project Management Standards PPMS and Network Indicators.2.Support the coordinator in the implementation of the information system and tools for landscape and project levels to monitor annual achievements against predefined indicators and results.3.Lead the ME compliance of assigned projects.4.Support the ontime completion and submittal of Technical Progress Reports liaising with those Project Leads as needed5.Lead the submission of KPIs and data according to WWF international requirements. 6.Ensure that project data are collected with quality and support the teams in the field collection of data.7.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.8.Provide inputs to the development, review and update of all necessary ME systems and tools for country and project levels.9.Support project managers and officers to produce reports based on data collected.10.Other tasks may be assigned as necessary according to organizational needs.

Job posted: 15.8.2019

Communications & Partnerships Assistant
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

MAJOR FUNCTIONThe Communications Partnership Assistants main task is to provide clerical, secretarial financial and administrative support to the Partnership Director team 50 of time and Communications Director Team 50 of time. The position reports to the Communications Director Partnerships Director. I.MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIESProgram SupportProvide clerical and secretarial support to the Partnerships and Communications Directors which include booking and following up meeting appointments, preparing cash advances and claims, travel arrangements, bank transactions and other clerical and secretarial support as needed. Provide administrative services to Communications team such as travel arrangements Together with the Communications staff, provide logistical supports to various events i.e. campaigns, media briefing, workshops, conferences.Provide other clerical and secretarial services for Communications team as needed. Ensure that financial paymentscash advancesclaims are organize in a timely mannerThe detailed job description is under www.wwf.org.mmenaboutuscareerjobvacancies.cfm

Job posted: 14.8.2019

Data Entry Intern
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionUnder the direct supervision of the Operations Director, this post provides a range of data entry in the software of Salesforce and data administrative services and support in order to ensure effective and efficient operations of Salesforce softwareCollect the data from respective department and uploading data from respective departments.Take the responsibilities of completion of data entry by department Maintain office datafiles and distribute the mail for data information to respective departmentMaintain confidential records and filesSupport documentation process for communication department.Arrange for payment of suppliersContribute to the respective departments goals by accomplishing related duties as requiredOther duties assigned

Job posted: 14.8.2019

Program Adviser
Company: Save the Children International

Strategic direction, programme design and development Provide guidance and technical support in developing CRG programming documents including: Child Rights Situation Analysis CRSA, Thematic Programme Strategies and Annual Operational Plans and contribute to the development of the overall Country Strategic Plan. With the support of the Head of Program, lead in developing a high quality CRG programme through integration, expansion and growth of existing CRG programmes and strengthening links with other sectors as appropriate. Facilitate integration of CRG into other sectors and ensure intersectoral complementarity. Provide technical support in CRG to operational teams to ensure their projects effectively support increasing childrens access to their rights in Myanmar. Together with Head of Program, identify funding opportunities and develop high quality proposals in coordination with programme managers, programme operations team and the finance and grant management teams. Ensure linkages with relevant research initiatives and ensure that findings and recommendations from these, as well as specific project and programme evaluations, feed into CRG programme strategies and design. Ensure programme alignment with SC global and regional CRG strategies and priorities.Technical support and capacity building Support Child Rights Coalition in supplementary reporting and lead the child rights monitoring and reporting process. Build the capacity of CRG Programme staff and ensure adequate technical support to programme managers and the operation teams for the effective implementation and monitoring of CRG programme activities. Support the CRG teams in identifying and supporting civil society partners including: partner assessmentrisk analysis, capacity building planning and technical supporttraining. Provide support to operational teams in developing and implementing an effective monitoring and evaluation frameworks for the CRG programmes and ensure monitoring information is analysed and shared, appropriately both internally and externally. Identify key learning opportunities and processes from the CRG programme and proactively design and organise opportunities to share key lessons to inform project and programme design. Provide CRG technical input and support to staff developing and implementing emergency preparedness plans and response programmes. Networking and representation Represent Save the Children, as required, at national and international events and proactively explore opportunities and to engage in advocacy work to change policies and practices for wider and lasting impact on the lives of children in Myanmar. Under the guidance of the Head of Program, support in country coordination, communication and liaison with key stakeholders including: relevant line Ministries, UN agencies, international and national NGOs and other relevant civil society organisations. Child Safeguarding Responsibilities Ensure that your staff is providing all beneficiaries of your programme with ongoing, ageappropriate verbal or written information in relevant languages about Save the Childrens Child Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct.

Job posted: 14.8.2019

Head Of Region
Company: Save the Children International

Leadership and Representation Monitor and analyse the humanitarian, political, cultural, social and economic context in Rakhine State and propose operational directions and strategic positioning. Through the Senior Program Manager, ensure alignment of programs and interventions with strategic positioning. Ensure coordination, communication and liaison with key stakeholders, including relevant government departments, regional and local authorities, UN agencies, international and national NGOs and other relevant civil society organisations active in the region. Together with the Senior Program Manager for Rakhine, represent Save the Children at regional events, including the Rakhine Coordination Group, INGO Head of Office meetings, and coordination meetings with the Rakhine State Government. Represent Save the Children at national level events, including the Rakhine Country Directors meetings if requested, relevant meetings of the INGO forum, and meetings with donors. In consultation with key advocacy staff, support efforts at local level to change policies and practices for wider and lasting impact on the lives of children in hisher region. Support and participate in the hosting of visits to Rakhine state by donors, Save the Children staff, and other relevant stakeholders.Programme Growth and Learning Contribute to programme design and budget planning, providing operational input and ensuring that associated regional and field office costs are correctly budgeted and resourced. Support the development of programmes in Rakhine State, including Northern Rakhine State, through development of strong government relationships, particularly with GAD, DSW, MOE and UN agencies, and through operational input and support to programme design. Ensure long and short term emergency risks and hazards analysis and response plan in the region is updated and support emergency preparedness planning.Team Management and Development Directly manage the regional operations team, and provide administrative line management of Senior Program Manager. Regularly visit the field offices to provide appropriate monitoring, guidance and support to the programme support staff. Ensure effective collaboration and coordination between the field office staff, and with Yangon teams, reacting quickly and decisively to bring any team challenges and problems to a swift and satisfactory resolution. Ensure staff wellbeing, engagement, and learning and development of staff are sufficiently prioritised. Build and nurture smooth and effective interteam relationships based on trust and cooperative approaches, and ensure project implementation is not constrained by inappropriate management behaviours or exceedingly bureaucratic attitudes. Lead the regional team in responding to changing internal and external factors with getting support from Yangon HO. Ensure the recruitment, training and promotion of fieldbased support staff as appropriate and ensure availability of appropriate professional development opportunities. Ensure the effective use of the HR performance management system including the establishment of clear, measureable objectives, ongoing feedback, periodic reviews and fair and unbiased evaluations. Ensure the documentation of performance that is less than satisfactory, develop appropriate performance improvements work plans and take appropriate performance management actions in line with country programmeSave the Children policy.Support to Project Delivery and Quality Ensure that appropriate resources support staff, means of transport and communication, office space, etc are available to field programme teams in the region to enable them to smoothly and efficiently deliver high quality projects in line with project plans. Manage regional support team to make sure office premises, staff houses and other facilities of transportation and communication are well maintained in accordance with SCI standards of minimum requirement. Ensure that all staff working both in regional office and field offices are compliant with SCI essential standards, procedures and guidelines in terms of operational management by setting up a stringent monitoring mechanism to measure high performance. Ensure that fieldbased support staff receive adequate support and training from Yangon teams Finance, HR, Admin, Supply Chain, Awards to fulfil their duty in line with policies and compliance standards. Responsible for the overall budget of the regional office and maintaining an overview of both programme and operational field office budgets in the region, and ensuring that offices are not underfunded or overspending on support functions. Take leading role in Country Annual Plan CAP budget forecast with the help of Regional Support Manager and Regional Finance staff to ensure CAPs are realistic, prioritized and envisioning future requirement of the region. Identify and develop tools to improve accuracy of budget forecasting and cost allocation across budgets. Getting support from CO HR and Compliance focal, consolidate volunteers and staff recruitment procedure to reduce child safeguarding and compliance related risks. Support the SPM in conducting arrangements on program staff organizational structure and redistribution of tasks across technical departments if necessary. Support field teams in identifying and supporting civil society partners including: partner assessmentrisk analysis, capacity building planning and technical support. Hold responsibility for safety and security of staff in Rakhine, ensuring that all field teams have received appropriate training and that all field offices follow relevant guidelines, and coordinating with other organisations and government where necessary. Together with SS focal, conduct Risk assessment, review Safety and Security planHibernation and evacuation SOP for all offices in Rakhine State. Ensure that contextual information in Rakhine State is duly updated, and that offices are well prepared for manmade or natural disasters in Rakhine State. Accountable for the coordination of emergency responses in Rakhine State and active communication and cooperation with Humanitarian Programs. Provide technical input and support to staff developing and implementing emergency response programmes. Review roles, responsibilities and structure of campbased suboffices and support teams and propose arrangements for improved communication and decision making process, increased compliance and support from Sittwe office. Define roadmap for short and longterm adjustments and lead on priority and immediate changes. Child Safeguarding Responsibilities Ensure that your staff is providing all beneficiaries of your programme with ongoing, ageappropriate verbal or written information in relevant languages about Save the Childrens Child Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct

Job posted: 14.8.2019

MEC Director
Company: Save the Children International

Strategy and Leadership Lead the overall strategic direction and implementation of the MEC identifying opportunities, promoting growth and maintaining the position of MEC as a leader in the field. This includes leading the process of strategic review and visioning to make recommendations to the Steering Committee on future direction of MEC. Accountable for the effective governance and management arrangements, chairing regular meetings with the Steering Committee and ensuring they engage with and support the program. Represent the MEC with existing and potential donors, raising the profile and securing additional funds for full implementation of the strategy. Lead the management team, including holding regular senior management meetings and engaging national staff in program strategy and decision making. Ensure effective collaboration with Save the Children functional leads on operational priorities. Build a strong team cultures, cooperative team dynamics and professional development opportunities to retain a highly motivated and skilled team. Promote a culture of national staff empowerment, including identifying and supporting pathways for national staff to take on increasingly senior roles. Ensure that the team is appropriately resourced and structured to effectively deliver the program.Facilitating Political Engagement and Transformational Change Build strong relations with ethnic, religious and civil society leaders and organisations, with government departments and private sector to build trust and promote collective action to address barriers to quality education in complementary systems. Lead the ongoing process of political economy and conflict analysis, ensuring that the program is grounded in a sound understanding of political reality and conflict dynamics, actively engaging with context to support local stakeholders to work together for positive change, and ensuring that the program is able to respond to changes in the operating environment. Engage directly policy discussions and stakeholder dialogue, facilitating stakeholders to find common ground and find practical ways to overcome challenges. Represent MEC within the education sector, building strong awareness of the program and key issues on complementary education, and building collaborative relationships with other development partner programs. Build strong networks with other education, governance and peace building organisations and experts, to ensure that the program is able to access specialised support, and respond to emerging opportunities.Program Management Responsible for overall program development, administration, and supervision of the MEC program. Lead collaborative program planning and coordination across teams to ensure effective collaboration, program approaches, activity planning and communication. Maintain oversight over core functions of the program education systems strengthening approaches, partnership approaches, program monitoring and learning, policy engagement and advocacy, communications, finance and grants management. Ensure that key program approaches conflict sensitivity and peace building, innovation and learning, iterative adaptation, thinking and working politically, child safeguarding, gender and disability are integrated into the program. Ensure that the program has an appropriate operational platform and policy framework to operate, actively analysing and managing risks. Lead management recommendations for project and partner selection for presentation to the Steering Committee. Ensure partners are implementing project according to the agreed policy framework and performance targets are met within agreed timeline. Maintain oversight of performance and delivery and ensure timely quality reporting on performance to the Steering Committee. Oversight of the program budget, including budgetary planning and monitoring. Oversight of the risk management process. Oversight of the next phase of the strategic planning process.Child Safeguarding responsibilities Provide leadership and guidance in appropriately managing external cases of child abuse and give overall technical support to the local implementation of the Child Safeguarding Policy annual action plan, with an emphasis on supporting managers in the ongoing process of identifying and addressing risks to children that are causedexacerbated by programme design and intervention i.e. mainstreaming child protectionsafeguarding. Undertake a key role in the reporting of concerns.

Job posted: 14.8.2019

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