closing date ; 10 October 2009
Conservation Project Leaders in Kalimantan
Founded in 1903, Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is the world’s
longest-established international conservation organisation.
Today, we are active in over 40 countries around the world,
supporting hundreds of projects to conserve species and ecosystems.
FFI’s regional programmes cover Africa, Eurasia, Asia-Pacific and the Americas.
Our conservation action is distinguished by the fact that we are
pioneering, take risks, maintain low infrastructure costs, and are fully
committed to building locally sustainable conservation programmes.
In Kalimantan we work to conserve orangutan and its habitats, employing
a diverse programatic approaches.
These include establishment of orangutan monitoring and protection teams,
strenghtening protected area management, landscape HCV assessment, spatial planning,
ecolabel certification in agriculture and forestry sectors, community-based
forest management, and REDD (reduce emissions from deforestation and
We are seeking for qualified professionals to fill the following positions:
1. Project Team Leader for Kapuas Hulu, West Kalimantan
2. Project Team Leader for Ketapang, West Kalimantan
3. Project Team Leader for Murung Raya, Central Kalimantan
As project team leader, she or he will be responsible for overall project
management to deliver concrete conservation results. His/her primary tasks are:
1. Provide overall leadership and conservation vision of the project
2. Develop detail project workplans and prepare technical reports
3. Supervise and monitor fieldworks carried out by project team members
(staff, secondment, consultants)
4. Coordinate training, meeting, and technical assistance to partners and/or staff
5. Strengthen and mantain relationships with government officials, private sectors,
NGO partners, and donors
6. In coordination with Kalimantan Regional Manager, represent FFI-IP in project site.
7. Provide technical and/or idea for proposal/project development
1. Graduate or postgraduate in related fields
2. Minimum 5 years experience in species and forest conservation projects,
preferably in Kalimantan
3. Team player, with strong communication, interpersonal, and organisation skills
4. Excelent skills in presentation and writing in Bahasa Indonesia,
preferably also in English
Candidates are invited to submit letter of application
(in Bahasa Indonesia or English) that includes information
on current and expected salary, with attached updated CV
(with contact details of 3 referees) through email to
firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 10 October 2009.
Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for interview.