Job Title: Mangrove-Ecology Field Staff
Status: Project Staff
Duration: 1 Year
Project: Building with Nature (BwN)
Organization: Yayasan Hutan Biru (YHB) / Blue Forests
Report to: Program Manager and Mangrove-ecology Offircers
Duty Station: Demak Office
Building with Nature Indonesia is a large scale flagship project aims at securing the severely eroding Northern Java’s delta coastlines. The Building with Nature measures in Demak will be embedded in community development plans, in a district level master plan and in provincial development plans and supported by intensive capacity building and knowledge transfer.
Based in Demak, Central Java, Mangrove-ecology field staff will work under supervision and guidance of Program Manager as well as coordination with Mangrove Ecology Officer. The major responsibility of Mangrove-ecology Field Staff is to support the implementation of mangrove restoration monitoring activity.
Participate in the monitoring training;
Act as a co-facilitator in monitoring training for target group members;?
- To organise and facilitate the target group members in conducting the monitoring activity.
Education: Minimum Bachelor’s (S1) degree in marine and fishery science, biology, forestry, or relevant degrees.
Good understanding of mangrove ecology;
Proven experience in conducting mangrove biophysical (including elevation and hydrology) survey;
Proven experience in participatory community facilitation;
Ability to prioritize own workload, to work independently and to work to deadlines;
Good team player and interpersonal skills;
Strong commitment to gender, diversity issues, equal opportunities and capacity building;
Obey with the aims and objectives of BwN project and Blue Forests;
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work sensitively with people from various cultural and social background;
Effective writing and effective verbal communication skills in Bahasa Indonesia, with skills in English, is an advantage.
How to Apply:
Send your CV and Cover Letter to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 26 August 2018.