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The Allwetterzoo Münster is looking for a new Project Manager for the Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity (ACCB). An excellent opportunity for a conservation professional who loves working hands-on whilst further shaping an organizational vision! You have excellent project management and leadership skills in intercultural teams, are a strategic thinker, driven to lead organizational change processes and enjoy relationship building and networking. Fluency in English is assumed, previous work experience in Southeast Asia is an asset.
This position is an exciting opportunity for an experienced wildlife conservation enthusiast to further shape and grow the outreach and impact of an international conservation organization. The successful candidate has an advanced academic degree in Natural Resource Management or a related field, and an excellent track record in managing multifaceted conservation programs in Africa including the financial responsibility for large budgets. S/he has excellent leadership capabilities to inspire change and drive vision and program development in a culturally diverse team across countries; is confident in building and maintaining high-level relationships with diverse stakeholders, strategic, motivating, fluent in English and with stamina to work in a challenging environment. Willingness and ability to travel often and partly under difficult conditions is assumed.
KT Care’s vision and strategy aims to improve the socio-economic status of vulnerable people in Myanmar. The new KT Care Foundation Executive Director will be responsible for the overall implementation of KT Care’s strategic plan in Myanmar, as well as organizational management of programming, support services (including Administration, Finance and HR), internal/external relations, monitoring & evaluation, and accountability to beneficiaries and stakeholders. He or she will report directly to the Board of Directors.
A strategic thinker and capable of influencing government and development partners, you will be rolling out the new strategy and leading the process to reposition WaterAid as a change agent in Zambia. Working with a management team that has been assembled within the last two years, your focus will be on sustainability, behavioural change and advocacy to achieve universal and sustainable access to water, sanitation and hygiene by 2030. A Zambian national, you will be based in Lusaka with frequent and sometimes extensive travel to other parts of the country.