ENV tuyển 09 vị trí

ENV cần tuyển 09 vị trí. Hạn chót nộp hồ sơ: 10/03/2008. Thông tin chi tiết như sau:

Looking for Highly Motivated People for an Excellent Opportunity

Application Deadline: March 10, 2008

About ENV
Education for Nature-Vietnam (ENV) was established in 2000 as Vietnam’s first non-governmental organization focused on conservation of nature and the environment through education. Our mission is to foster greater understanding amongst the Vietnamese public about environmental issues of local, national and global significance, ranging from protection of wildlife and natural ecosystems to climate change. We employ creative and innovative strategies to influence attitudes and behavior, not only highlighting the need to protect Vietnam’s rich natural heritage and the living world around us, but also encouraging greater public participation in achieving this important and challenging task.

For more details about what we do, visit our website:
English language: www.envietnam.org
Vietnamese language: www.thiennhien.org

Positions available
Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV) is currently accepting applications for a number of positions to help us meet the needs of our expanding nature conservation activities in 2008. These positions include:

Wildlife Crime Case Officer
Stop wildlife crime! Work closely with a highly motivated team of dedicated young professionals to combat wildlife crime. Transfer reports of crimes received on the ENV National Wildlife Crime Hotline to the relevant authorities, monitor and track cases that have been reported, and accurately document the results of closed cases. Highly rewarding and meaningful work for a passionate and enthusiastic young person seeking to make a difference in society.


Wildlife Crime “End Bear Farming” Case Officer
Say “no” to bear bile and help ENV bring an end to bear farming in Vietnam. The ENV Wildlife Crime Unit (WCU) is looking for a dedicated team-member to focus exclusively on bear crimes. Monitor and track bear-related cases, assist in organizing surveys of bear farms, conduct public attitude surveys, and coordinate the ENV provincial pilot monitoring project. An excellent opportunity for a highly motivated and capable candidate.


Wildlife Trade Program Research Officer
Investigate the dynamics of the wildlife trade, working alongside an international wildlife trade specialist from ENV’s partner organization, the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS). This position is ideal for a research-minded candidate who will head up ENV’s wildlife trade research program, obtaining evidence that will be used to strengthen efforts to combat wildlife crime in Vietnam. Conduct farming and trade surveys, analyze data, assist in enforcement training activities, and provide input to other ENV wildlife trade-focused programs and activities. Candidates will be assessed based on experience OR their potential to learn new skills and become a valuable part of the ENV team.


Primate Program Officer
Help protect some of the world’s most endangered primates in the wild. ENV is looking for a strong candidate with scientific research skills to develop and coordinate primate conservation work in Vietnam with our international partner organization for primate work, Conservation International. Conduct field surveys and monitor wild populations of endangered primates. Analyze results and coordinate implementation of conservation interventions aimed at protecting primates in the wild. The primate conservation program is a new initiative at ENV and a unique opportunity for the right candidate to develop a successful program aimed at protecting gibbons and langurs in the wild, utilizing the combined resources of ENV’s existing awareness, enforcement, and advocacy programs to achieve genuine results.


Membership Development Officer
ENV is looking for a young and charismatic professional to work closely with our international development officer to strengthen our membership program. Interest in website administration, an ability to think creatively and develop new ideas and initiatives, and excellent presentation skills are a must.


Website and Communications Specialist
ENV is looking for a young and enthusiastic website administrator to help manage our Vietnamese and English language websites, and further develop ENV’s E-communications capabilities. The successful candidate will have experience working with Dreamweaver, knowledge of administering forums, E-distribution lists, and conducting online surveys, and developing new and creative approaches to reaching and communicating with our internet-based audience.


Administrative Support Officer
An administrative support officer is needed for ENV’s Forest Crime Enforcement Training Program. Help schedule and organize workshops, manage translation needs, and provide support to help ensure the smooth and timely execution of responsibilities by ENV and partner organizations.


Administrative Assistant
ENV is looking for a bright young candidate to fill this entry-level position providing administrative support for ENV projects. This is an ideal position for someone fresh out of university with limited work experience but a strong desire to learn, develop and ideally move up within the ranks of ENV.


ENV’s interpreter/translator will provide full-time support for ENV’s Forest Crime Enforcement Training Project. Translate relevant documents, laws, training materials, provide interpretation for international trainers at workshops, and assist with other duties as needed.


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