Working for nature conservation
Навіна арганізацыі ад 16 студзеня 2014 годаWe are looking for a motivated conservation manager interested and able to work in an exciting international context.
WORKING FOR NATURE CONSERVATION
We are looking for a motivated conservation manager interested and able to work in an exciting international context.
International Aquatic Warbler Conservation Officer (BirdLife International/CMS)
located at APB-BirdLife Belarus, Minsk
In spring 2003, an international agreement under the UN Convention on Migratory Species (Bonn Convention, CMS) was signed by nearly all range states in Europe and Africa in order to conserve Europe’s most threatened song bird, the Aquatic Warbler, and its habitat. You will work together with CMS Secretariat to coordinate implementation of this agreement, you will coordinate and initiate national and international activities and projects. You will keep close contact with the national focal points, a team of scientists and BirdLife, as well as the CMS secretariat.
You will need to have enthusiasm for conservation and very good communication and negotiation skills. You need to be fluent in English and have experience in financial and project management. You should be prepared for intensive travel abroad and ideally bring a solid ecological understanding with you.
For more detailed information see Job description. Your full application (covering letter and CV) to be sent to email@example.com before 28th of February 2014. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Interviews will be held in Minsk in early March 2014.
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