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Tiger Lead, WWF Thailand Conservation Programme

Division/Department:   Conservation

Reporting to: Conservation Director

Technical Report to Tigers Alive Leader, Tigers Alive Initiative (TAI)

Base Location:   Bangkok

Background and Purposes:

The World Wide Fund for Nature (formerly World Wildlife Fund (WWF)) aims to conserve nature and ecological processes by preserving biodiversity, ensuring sustainable use of natural resources and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful use of resources and energy. WWF works in more than 100 countries around the world. WWF has been working in Thailand since 1983 and WWF-Thailand was founded in 1995.

WWF-Thailand implements a strategy that harnesses the strengths of the WWF network to focus on four major goals - freshwater, wildlife, oceans, and forests, and three key drivers of environmental problems – markets, finance, and governance. In support of this strategy, WWF-Thailand works with government, business, civil society, and individuals to achieve our global goals for the benefit of the people of Thailand and the world. With an expanding program in Thailand, we are seeking a Tiger Lead to oversee the Tiger Conservation Programme of Thailand.  Specifically, it will require a highly experienced technical staff to guide work on all relevant themes that impact tiger conservation, which include protected areas, land use, as well as community engagement. Setting and revising goals, strategies and devising activities that will contribute towards achieving tiger conservation.

In addition, the Tiger Lead will need to co-develop strategies with Tigers Alive Initiative (TAI) for high-level political engagement.

 

Responsibilities:

  • To function as the focal person for WWF-Thailand in coordinating with TAI on tiger conservation, particularly within the Network’s Wildlife Practice tiger focused High Impact Initiative (HII)
  • Keep abreast of current research and developments in biodiversity monitoring science and landscape conservation-related projects locally, regionally and internationally, with particular emphasis on the area of work of the assigned project. This may require attendance at various meetings, workshops, conferences and training programs.
  • To function as the focal person for WWF-Thailand in building improved and enhanced relationships and deliberation with the broader WWF Network (regional and international level) on species issues/conservation, particularly within the Network’s Wildlife Practice and Tiger focused High Impact Initiative.
  • To improve the organization’s credibility in scientific circles through the production of high-quality technical reports.
  • To identify fundraising opportunities for the tiger conservation from the WWF network, public sector partnership, and other appropriate funding sources/institutions.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum Master Degree in Zoology, Ecology, Conservation Biology, Environmental or any other relevant fields
  • Minimum of ten years in related conservation and natural resource work, especially wildlife conservation
  • Understand Project Planning and Monitoring Matrix Development
  • Expert in environmental and conservation issues
  • Experience in international level forum
  • Strong experience in report writing and team management
  • Good interpersonal skill
  • Fluency in English and Thai

How to apply:  Interested candidate, please submit your 'resume and motivation letter' stating your expected salary to hr.th@wwf.or.th by 18th October 2019 Tel: +66 (0) 2 618 4303-5 #413

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. Otherwise, your resume will be filed into our candidate database for future reference and consideration

Contact : hr.th@wwf.or.th or +662-618-4303 #413


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