One Year, Fixed Term (With possible extension/renewal)
8:00am to 5:00pm with one-hour lunch break
Duties and Responsibilities
Lead the socio-economic, cultural, and resource-use investigations.
Report on technical aspects of the project and provide the required technical assistance.
Provide overall technical guidance, advice and support to the project teams.
Provide technical advice and assistance in the organization of project events.
Provide advice in strategic planning for project coordination and implementation so as to achieve the project objectives, including the proper planning of workflow and efficient utilization of project resources
Actively liaise with project personnel, including consultants/experts, on matters pertaining to the implementation of the project interventions.
Support the works of consultants and sub-contractors and sub-grantees, and provide technical input where appropriate.
Facilitate the building of good relationships with relevant stakeholders, carry out research, advocacy and lobby as necessary, this include NGOs, research institutions, local and central government agencies, and donor/international development agencies.
Actively engage in policy reform dialogues at local and national government levels.
Hold degree in sociology, social forestry, development/economic, environmental (resource) management, or rural sociology/anthropology.
Preferably with postgraduate degree (master/PhD) preferred.
At least 5 years experience in field project work, scientific research, and/or policy advocacy in the area of biodiversity conservation, environmental/natural resources management, governance, and/or community/rural development.
With experience working at local and central government levels.
Excellent writing and communication skills in Tagalog and English.