African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) supports the conservation and sustainable management of priority biodiversity landscapes through the support of protected area authorities and local communities. AWF is implementing a three-year project titled “Partnership for improved anti-poaching and compatible land use in communal lands of the Lower Zambezi-Mana Pools Transboundary Conservation Area” and is seeking a high-performing and results-oriented Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant who will be responsible for the overall monitoring and evaluation of the program.
The objective of the project is to reduce illegal wildlife trade and habitat conversion in the landscape by establishing models for strengthened community engagement in sustainable natural resources management, anti-poaching efforts and integrated land use that ensures conservation and compatible land uses. The Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant will be responsible for managing data collection, analyzing, and reporting on key outputs, outcomes, and impact indicators. Additionally, s/he will ensure compatibility and coordination with the existing AWF Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) framework.
To apply, upload a cover letter and resume in a single PDF document showing daytime phone numbers or send to email@example.com. Please mention the title of the position in the subject line. Due to the urgency, applications for this position will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. The position will remain open until an appropriate candidate is identified. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Closing date: April 16, 2018
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