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Position title: Wildlife Project Officer

Reports to: Wildlife Project Manager

Location: Maputo- Mozambique
Supervises: Field officers

Grade: TBD

I.  Background:

The African Elephant and Rhinoceros populations, two icons of the continent's wildlife, face one of the largest crisis of the last decades. Mozambique has been a target of this crisis, emerging as one of the main areas for poached ivory and the transiting of Rhinoceros horns in Africa. In order to deal with the crises WWF Country Office developed a National Strategy and recommended (i) training and strengthening of the judiciary sector to apply the conservation law and all relevant regulations and improve prosecution of poachers, (ii) improvement of law enforcement in the field, including training of staff, effective management of law enforcement, adequate equipment and technology to confront poachers, even by border controls and customs(iii) development of a structured approach to build awareness in society about conservation of wildlife and nature, and improve CBNRM- incentives for communities to conserve wildlife and benefit from sustainable use. In the context of the Strategic Plan (2016-2020), to reverse the negative trends of wildlife crime, WWF Mozambique defined a vision focused on natural capital well maintained and thriving, ensuring sustainable and equitable development for the wellbeing of the people of Mozambique.

Recognising the important role of Mozambique and South Africa play in the effort to curb poaching and protect wildlife, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) intends to support the implementation of a 5 years regional project within the borders of the Great Limpopo Trans frontier Conservation Area (GL-TFCA) aiming to halt wildlife trafficking impacts on flagship species in key populations of the landscape, through protection and benefiting local communities. This program will contribute to achieving positive growth rates in black and white rhino populations and maintain positive growth rates for elephants in the focal area.
II.  Major Functions:

The Wildlife Project Officer work closely with the project manager supporting implementation of wildlife projects insuring political, administrative and corporate commitments as well as programmatic impact delivery. The primary functions is to guarantee necessary support implementation of wildlife projects (60%), as well as to support the Governance component of the overall WWF Mozambique Country Strategic Plan (40%). This include development of project proposals for fundraising from external donors as well as advocacy and communication work.

III.  Duties and Responsibilities

Provide support and advice to the development and implementation of specific projects, work plans and interventions on improvement/strengthening of wildlife sector.

Support project manager and all wildlife Project Team in implementation of activities to ensure delivery against objectives within budget and time allocations.

Assist the project manager in planning and drafting projects and risk management. Ensure effective and efficient implementation of the USAID wildlife program;

Contribution to planning, budgeting, coordination, communication and implementation of the wildlife sub-strategy within WWF MCO Country Strategy;

Ensure monitoring, evaluation and learning within the wildlife sub strategy and projects of WWF MCO;

Ensure synergies between wildlife activities and other priority sectors of WWF MCO including marine, forestry, freshwater, etc;

Representation which includes interfacing with key partners,including CSOs, private and public sectors;

Assist in monitoring & evaluation and tracking the project deliverables and outcomes including preparation of highlight and checkpoint reports in relation to budget, schedule and resources.

Assist in day-to-day coordination and follow-up of various project activities; including drafting of technical progress reports.

Facilitate cross-border initiatives where relevant, in consultation with the Project manager.

Organize meetings related to all activities developed under the wildlife projects implementation and handle the administrative aspects of visits and/or meetings/workshops as requested by the Project Manager and partners;

Support the development of communication materials for all activities developed under wildlife sector for the WWF Communications Office;

Assist the Project staff in follow up of payments, financial reports for projects;
Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Project Manager.

IV.  Profile:

Required Qualifications

Advanced University Degree in an appropriate filed (wildlife, biology, terrestrial ecology, conservation, environment, natural resource management);

Work experience in a reputable International NGO in a similar or equivalent job for at least three(3) years;

Ability to live in multicultural context and acceptance of local values.

Required Skills and Competencies:

Adaptable, flexible, able to take initiative and prioritize among competing demands; A good team player with strong interpersonal skills, outgoing personality, and ability to work independently and effectively under pressure and on strict deadlines and in
a multi-cultural setting;

Excellent knowledge of computer applications and data management;

Excellent oral and written communications skills in English and Portuguese;

Adherence to WWF’s values, which are optimistic, engaging, Determined and Knowledgeable.

V.Working Relationships

Internal –

Interacts, works closely and on a regular basis with the Wildlife program officer and the Conservation manager as well as project implementation personnel in general, and project leaders in particular, both in Maputo and in the field.

External –

Interacts with national governmental institutions, non-governmental organisations, academic institutions, the private sector, the media, donors, specialists / consultants, and other stakeholders, in collaboration with the project manager.

This job description covers the main tasks and conveys the spirit of the sort of tasks that are anticipated proactively from staff. Other tasks may be assigned as necessary according to organizational needs.

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