Posted on 16 March 2018
Base location: Phu Quoc, Kien Giang, Viet Nam
We are looking for Vietnamese experienced candidates for the position of: Senior Project Officer, USAID project
Phu Quoc, Kien Giang, Viet Nam
The Senior Project Officer is in charge of the field implementation of activities and projects/ programs, in Phu Quoc island, that he/ she is assigned to in compliance to donor’s and WWF’s requirements/ policies, with good quality (as working conditions allows) in a timely manner.
Currently, the Senior Project Officer is assigned to the USAID project “Phu Quoc – Towards a Plastic Waste Free Island in Vietnam” that will be started in April 2018; and it is subjected to changes depending on fund availability under the program
Key requirements for the role include:
- Bachelor degree or preferably Master degree or higher degree in fields related to Waste management or Waste treatment technology, Natural resources management, Environmental science, technology or biology
- Proven experiences in planning and implementation of GO and NGO’s projects
- Experiences in working or liaison with GO and NGO bodies (e.g protected area, national park), and working in multi-stakeholders settings
- Good understanding of the Mekong Delta, Phu Quoc and issues related to: conservation, climate adaptation, waste management, waste treatment, environmental protection and communication for changes
- Can-do attitude and result-oriented communication mind-set
- Organising / planning and problem-solving skills
- Communication skills on behavior change
- Good research, presentation, training skills, report writing skills
- Fluency in written and spoken English
How to apply
Detailed Job Descriptions for the position is attached.
Interested candidates should email a cover letter, curriculum vitae in English and scan/photo of diplomas/certificates to email@example.com, stating the position title in the subject line of the email, by 29th March 2018
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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