Lowongan The Nature Conservancy – Secior Social Specialist

Posted on February 26, 2010. Filed under: NGO |

Job Opportunity: The Nature Conservancy


JOB TITLE: Senior Social Scientist

The Nature Conservancy seeks a broadly-trained, experienced social scientist with expertise in qualitative and quantitative methodologies and monitoring and evaluation of conservation and/or development projects, preferably in a transnational or multinational setting.

Preferred locations for this position include Brisbane, Australia; Washington, DC; Mexico City, Mexico; Cartagena, Colombia; or Brasilia, Belem, or Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Based on location and work eligibility of candidates, job offer may be contingent upon The Nature Conservancy’s ability to obtain a visa/work permit.


● Masters degree in sociology, developmental economics, human geography, applied anthropology, political science or other social science field and at least 7 years experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.

● Professional field experience in international development, integrated conservation and development projects and/or biodiversity conservation.

● Demonstrated experience with qualitative social research, participatory rural assessment, or quantitative social research methodologies.



Visit www.nature.org/ careers and apply to job #11835. Electronic applications only. Faxes and emails will not be considered. Please submit resume and cover letter as one document. Please note that in order to be considered for the position all sections of online
application must be completed (e.g. work experience and education, even
if information is included in resume).


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