Lowongan TNC – Conservation Learning Manager

Posted on August 7, 2011. Filed under: Jobs |

TNC have 1 open position as follow:

The Conservancy (TNC) is seeking to recruit:

Applied Conservation Learning Manager

The Nature Conservancy is seeking an experienced conservation practitioner to be responsible for oversight and implementation of The Nature Conservancy’s Asia Pacific Applied Conservation Learning Network.

Qualifications:

  • MBA/MS degree and 8+ years experience in conservation practice or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Significant experience working on knowledge management and/or networking initiatives either within or outside the conservation field and familiarity with current trends and practices in knowledge management.
  • Experience working in the field in Indonesia and Melanesia preferred.
  • Written and spoken English required, and Bahasa Indonesia strongly preferred

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
The Applied Conservation Learning Network Manager is a senior conservation position. S/he is responsible for oversight and implementation of The Nature Conservancy’s Asia Pacific Applied Conservation Learning Network. The purpose of the Applied Conservation Learning Network is to support The Nature Conservancy’s staff and partners as they work to foster sustainable, local conservation leadership at 12 sites in Melanesia and Indonesia. The Learning Network Manager will work with TNC staff who are implementing the transition of
conservation leadership at sites from TNC to local partners, to provide peer support, mentoring and training on the topics and skills that network members will need to succeed at this task. The Learning Network Manager will convene the Learning Network to provide peer learning opportunities, and will also work closely with individual site teams to
help them develop and meet their capacity-building and partnership goals

See complete job description and apply online, job reference number 39145 atwww.nature.org/careers. Closes 8-15-2011. EOE.
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