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Tuesday, 15 November 2022

2 New Jobs Vacancies at Tanzania People & Wildlife (TPW) - Various Posts

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Jobs in Tanzania 2022: New Jobs Vacancies at Tanzania People & Wildlife (TPW) 2022
Tanzania People & Wildlife (TPW) Jobs
Tanzania People and Wildlife Fund (TPW) is a local nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and important natural habitats through a community-driven approach. TPW helps rural communities develop their skills and abilities to protect natural resources in a manner that maximizes their benefits from these landscapes while also preserving ecological integrity. Emphasizing the critical importance of community-led initiatives, the organization provides information, training and service level support to its rural constituencies to strengthen local institutions and community-driven actions for natural resource management and wildlife conservation. TPW operates from the Noloholo Environmental Center on the Maasai Steppe in northern Tanzania.
Sharing a boundary with Tarangire National Park, this center acts as TPW’s regional headquarters as well as an educational center where rural community members improve their understanding of the environment and develop hands-on skills in natural resource management. From this center,
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TPW operates programs in four major programmatic areas:
1) wildlife conservation and human-wildlife conflict prevention,
(2) youth environmental education and adult capacity building & training,
(3) natural resource conservation and rangeland management, and
(4) environmentally-sustainable conservation enterprise and development.

Rangeland Management Program Officer
Rangeland Management Program Officer at Tanzania People and Wildlife
Position Opening with Tanzania People and Wildlife
Position Description:
TPW is seeking a passionate, energetic and hard-working individual to fill the position of Rangeland Management Program Officer as a member of TPW’s Sustainable Rangelands team. The successful applicant will assist with TPW’s Sustainable Rangelands Initiative through capacity building of community rangeland monitors, participation in community feedback meetings, participation in rangeland management activities, and other projects as they arise. We are looking for a person with a strong interest in both traditional and innovative methodologies for collecting and analyzing rangeland quality data for internal and external reports. The successful candidate must have impressive communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability to work in a multi-cultural environment with diverse stakeholders. This position will be based at the Noloholo Environmental Center but will require travel to remote program areas with limited facilities; applicants should enjoy a balance of field and office work.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Assist TPW to enhance the organization’s capacity in rangeland management so that it can better achieve its community-based conservation goals and objectives.
  • Engage with TPW-supported rangeland monitoring officers in across Northern Tanzania
  • Provide assistance to TPW’s rangeland management team in the oversight and implementation of community rangeland monitoring
  • Assist with preparations for rangeland monitoring feedback meetings in over 10 villages
  • Assist with the start-up of TPW’s Sustainable Rangelands Initiative in new villages, including preliminary site assessments, sample selection, pilot monitoring, and rangeland monitor training
  • Assist with implementing community-driven rangeland projects
  • Build and maintain partnerships with pastoral committees, communities, government agencies, and other stakeholders
  • Assist with the development of maps and rangeland feedback reports
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor
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Qualifications:
  • The successful candidate should have a Bachelor’s or equivalent degree in rangeland management, environmental management, natural resources management, or conservation science. We are looking for an     individual with the ability to learn quickly, work in a team, and collaborate with diverse communities and     government agencies. Preference will be given to candidates with prior experience in rangeland management,     and community engagement.
Required:
  • Bachelor’s or equivalent degree in one of the above fields
  • Proven experience in pastoral community engagement
  • Proven experience working with local and regional government stakeholders
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including training and capacity building, and respect for other cultures
  • Experience with community-based conservation
  • Willingness to live and work in the field (must be willing to camp)
  • Excellent spoken and written English skills

Preferred:

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Excel and ArcGIS or QGIS

Reports to:
TPW Chief Program Officer

Salary and Benefits: Full-time position based on experience and qualifications; salary commensurate with experience. Basic housing and food provided onsite.

Human Wildlife Conflict Program Officer
Position Opening with Tanzania People & Wildlife
Human Wildlife Conflict Program Officer
Position Description:
TPW is seeking a passionate, energetic and hard-working individual to fill the position of Human Wildlife Program Officer as a member of TPW’s HWC team. The successful applicant will assist with TPW’s Human Wildlife Conflict Program through capacity building of community HWC officers, coordinate all Human Wildlife conflicts, conducts regular condition assessments of existing living walls (fortified bomas) and verifying installations of new living walls.
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We are looking for a person with a strong interest in both traditional and innovative methodologies for collecting and analyzing HWC quality data for internal and external reports. The successful candidate must have impressive communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability to work in a multi-cultural environment with diverse stakeholders. This position will be based at the Noloholo Environmental Center but will require travel to remote program areas with limited facilities; applicants should enjoy a balance of field and office work.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Coordinate all Human Wildlife conflict
  • Oversee conflict assistants/officers
  • Conduct regular field assessments of the condition of existing Living Walls
  • Document incidences of livestock depredation by carnivores and record this information in a standardized format
  • Support the installation and monitoring of Living Walls
  • Educate and communicate with community members on wildlife conservation and ways to reduce conflict between people and wildlife
  • Working in collaboration with villagers and relevant government authorities to find joint solutions to HWC
  • Entering HWC data into a standardized database
  • Supporting village-level monitoring officers in the timely collection of carnivore-conflict monitoring data
  • Monitoring conflict data
  • Organizing and delivering training seminars and workshops for different target groups that raise awareness of solutions to HWC.
  • Support the development of educational material on HWC topics.
  • Monitor and prioritize the installation of living wall
  • Informing TPW staff on a regular basis regarding program development and writing regular and timely reports.
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Qualifications:
  • The successful candidate should have a Bachelor’s or equivalent degree in Wildlife Management, environmental management, natural resources management, Rangeland Management or conservation science. We are looking for an individual with the ability to learn quickly, work in a team, and collaborate with diverse communities and government agencies. Preference will be given to candidates with prior experience in Wildlife management, and community engagement.
Required:
  • Bachelor’s or equivalent degree in one of the above fields
  • Proven experience in pastoral community engagement
  • Proven experience working with local and regional government stakeholders
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including training and capacity building, and respect for other cultures
  • Experience with community-based conservation
  • Willingness to live and work in the field (must be willing to camp)
  • Excellent spoken and written English skills
Preferred:
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Excel and ArcGIS or QGIS

Reports to: TPW Chief Program Officer
Salary & Benefits: Full-time position based on experience and qualifications; salary commensurate with experience. Basic housing and food provided onsite.
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To Apply:
Tanzania People & Wildlife is an equal opportunity employer. Interested candidates should send the following to tanzaniapeoplewildlife@gmail.com with Rangeland Management Program Officer in the subject line by November 30th , 2022:
1. Resume
2. Contact information
3. Three references
4. Cover letter outlining interest in applying for the post, along with relevant experience, qualifications and skills
TPW is open to receiving applications immediately and intends to make the position available beginning August 2022. Recruitment will remain open until a suitable applicant is contracted. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted
Website: https://www.africanpeoplewildlife.org/about/history/tanzania-people-wildlife
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