Basic Job Description
The recent coronavirus outbreak has demonstrated the terrible risk of live animal markets and bushmeat trade in terms of introducing new diseases with the consequent loss of human lives and immense economic impact. Working with cross-sector partners in Vietnam, CHANGE will use its proven media network, as well as its anti-wildlife consumption and anti-poaching campaigns, to close down these ‘wet markets’ and reduce demand for their products to protect the public and wildlife. CHANGE currently seeks a Wildlife Program Manager to support this initiative.
The Program Manager needs to ensure multiple projects under the Wildlife Program are completed on time and within budget, that the program’s objectives are met and that everyone else is doing their job properly. The Program Manager oversees the program to ensure the desired result is achieved, the most efficient resources are used, and the different interests involved are satisfied.
- Report to: Managing Director
- Department: Program
- Weekly Hrs: 40 hours
- Compensation and Benefits: Subject to negotiation
Tasks and responsibilities
The project manager will be required to perform tasks, but not limited to, as follows
1. Developing projects under the Wildlife Program (10%)
- Developing new projects to support the strategic direction of the organization with the program team
2. Planning projects (20%)
- Developing project management plan
- Planning scope/ Activities/ Resources/ Schedules
- Cost budgeting/ estimating
- Planning communication strategy
- Planning risk management
- Contracting and supporting funding function
- Developing & managing project team
3. Executing and monitoring (50%)
- Supervising and managing project team by providing direction, input and feedback and ensuring everyone is doing the job probably and meeting deadlines
- Working and communicating with clients and other stakeholders to keep the project on track
- Liaising with other functions to ensure the efficiency of the project
- Solving conflicts or changes within the team and other stakeholders
4. Report (10%)
- Writing project reports to supervisor and sponsors (if required)
- Liquidating sponsoring contracts (if any)
5. Others (10%)
- Execute other tasks/projects assigned by the directors
- Support other teams in need (up to director’s assignment)
- Degree in Conservation, Biology, Environmental Sciences, community development, sustainable development, environment management or related fields.
- Supervisory and project management experiences;
- Knowledge of logical frameworks or other project design concepts; previous project design experience strongly preferred;
Skills & Attitude
- Ability to work with community, business and government partners;
- Willingness to travel and work in remote areas when needed
- Advanced writing, editing, team-working and negotiation skills;
- Ability to motivate people, deal with lack of resources and be flexible in the phase of changing priorities;
- Ability to work independently, proactively and under pressure;
- Fluency in English;
- Computer skills in Word, Excel, Power Point, Adobe.
- All compensations and benefits regulated by Vietnam’s laws;
- Frequent opportunities for training, seminars, and workshops to increase your capacity;
- Opportunities to expand your social and professional networks and life experiences;
- Great opportunity to work with reputable partners;
- Improve skills and experiences in the non-profit sector
- Hands-on and immersive experiences to develop and implement work for good causes;
- Good springboard to apply for scholarships to study abroad;
- Retreats and fun celebrations with the team.
Interested candidates are invited to send their application (including a Letter of Motivation and a CV with desired salary) to the Human Resource Division via the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Email subject: [CHANGE] Position_Full name.