Borneo Orangutan Survival – International Communications Coordinator

Posted on October 6, 2009. Filed under: Jobs, NGO, Works at NGO | Tags: , |

Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS) is looking to fill a full timeposition in its Indonesian office in Bogor to work as the International Communications Coordinator.

Borneo Orangutan Survival works to ensure protection the orangutan andits habitat in Borneo. The organization is managing two major rehabilitation centers for the endangered orangutan as well as other animal species in Indonesian Borneo, Kalimantan. Furthermore we are managing the protection of 330,000 hectares of forest and peat swamps in Mawas, Central Kalimantan as well as running the world largest private reforestation program, Samboja Lestari in East Kalimantan. BOS Foundation is working closely with the Indonesian Authorities and since 1994 the organization has been approved as a nature conservation partner of the Indonesian Government.

The post holder will work as a member of the communication team,managing the adoption program of the organization which will include gathering and writing updates about the orangutan situation in therehabilitation centers run by BOS. He/She will communicate these updates and other news to the BOS offices around the world. He/shewill assist with organizing visits from abroad including organizing visas and providing all relevant information to the visitor. The post holder will be a vital link between BOS in Indonesia and the BOS offices around the world.

The successful candidate will have excellent written and oral English, basic computer skills and will demonstrate organization and negotiation skills. Experience of working with an NGO is preferred but not essential.

The post will be offered under an Indonesia contract.

Application letter and CV should be in English and emailed to:

they need to reach BOS Foundation no later than 8th October 2009.


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