Position Opening with Tanzania People & WildlifeLand for Life Project Coordination Officer
People & Wildlife (TPW) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to
protecting wildlife, investing in people, and restoring balance to
Tanzania’s vital ecosystems through effective conservation action,
applied science, and collective impact. Together with communities and
additional conservation actors, we focus on delivering win-win,
sustainable solutions for people and nature. TPW helps rural communities
develop their skills and abilities to protect natural resources in a
manner that maximizes their benefits from these landscapes while also
preserving ecological integrity. Emphasizing the critical importance of
community-led initiatives, the organization provides information,
training, and service level support to its rural constituencies to
strengthen local institutions and community-driven actions for natural
resource management and wildlife conservation.Recommended:PAST PAPERS ZA DARASA LA 7 MPAKA FORM SIX | NECTA AND MOCK EXAMS 1988 – 2019. CLICK HERE!
operates from the Noloholo Environmental Center on the Maasai Steppe in
northern Tanzania. Sharing a boundary with Tarangire National Park,
this center acts as TPW’s regional headquarters as well as an
educational center where rural community members improve their
understanding of the environment and develop hands-on skills in natural
resource management. From this center, TPW operates programs in four
major programmatic areas: 1) wildlife conservation and human-wildlife
conflict prevention, (2) youth environmental education and adult
capacity building & training, (3) natural resource conservation and
rangeland management, and (4) environmentally-sustainable conservation
enterprise and development.
is looking for a passionate, energetic and highly experienced
individual to work in close cooperation with TPW program teams, local
government authorities, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), and partner
communities. The advertised position will support the coordination of
all project activities in the Lake Natron area.
should have proven experience in the coordination of conservation
initiatives, using both traditional and innovative methodologies. The
successful candidate will also have impressive communication and
interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a multi-cultural
environment with diverse stakeholders. This position will be stationed
in Longido and at the Noloholo Environmental Center in Simanjiro, so
she/he should be willing to work in remote areas for the majority of the
time. We anticipate the position will require equal amounts of time for
program and team coordination, program administration, oversight,
community and local government communication, meetings, and reporting.
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TPW is open to receiving applications immediately and intends to make the position available beginning June 2021. Recruitment will remain open until a suitable applicant is contracted. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.