VACANCY: Coordinator – Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation And Learning
The “Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR) in Africa initiative” is part of WWF’s Global Forest Practice, which is striving to create a world enriched by extensive, intact, and resilient forest landscapes benefiting people, nature and climate, in partnership with global, national and local actors.
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The goal of the initiative, which is hosted by WWF Tanzania Country Office, is to support and enable African governments in Central and East/ Southern Africa to deliver their AFR100 commitments in a just way that promotes sustainable livelihoods for local people and biodiversity conservation, with landscape restoration underway in 13.5 million hectares of degraded land and deforested landscapes by 2027. Currently the initiative is active in 9 countries
– Cameroon, DRC, Kenya, Tanzania, Madagascar, Mozambique, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
The initiative is structured around 3 pillars:
- Enabling policy, governance and institutional frameworks: WWF is effectively engaged in AFR100 promoting enabling policy and institutional frameworks for FLR in the nine countries generating large-scale restoration opportunities and investment;
- Promoting Finance and Market Mechanisms: Business models, financial mechanisms, and related opportunities are created in at least 7 countries that restore degraded and deforested landscapes, improve local livelihoods and enable wildlife habitat connectivity;
- Delivering AFR10 0 commitments on the ground, at scale: Transformational implementation of AFR100 commitments in the 9 initiative countries is catalyzed by WWF and partners through a landscape approach and a regional movement.
About the Role
The overall role of the coordinator – Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (PMEL)- is to support and coordinate the planning, monitoring and evaluation, and learning and reporting of FLR programmes and activities in priority landscapes in the 9 countries to accelerate, and scale- up the implementation of FLR and conservation related solutions. This will be achieved in close cooperation with the 9 FLR participating countries’ Focal Points, (P) MEL Leads and colleagues from the relevant WWF country offices and local partners/ stakeholders, along with the Forest Practice Core Team (‘plus’), the WWF Africa regional impact team, and other relevant WWF country, and National offices.
Required Qualifications and skills
Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Natural Sciences, Economics or Natural Resources Management, Forestry/ Forest Economics or Forest Biology. Master’s degree in relevant fields will be an added advantage; At least 5 years working experience in planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning relating to natural resources management initiatives and/ or project cycle management; Know ledge and experience in the use of conservation standards and or equivalent such as Project and Program Management Standards (PPMS) will be an added advantage; Strong analytical skills including analysis of both qualitative and quantitative data and experience in use of information management systems
Additional information, including the Job Description, can be obtained through web address: https://www.wwf.or.tz/jobs_and_opportunities/jobs/. Applications must include a complete Cover Letter & CV with full contact details of three referees and should be addressed to the Head of People & Culture, via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with email subject “PMEL Coordinator – FLR” not later than Tuesday 06th June 2023 at 3:30 pm EAT. Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Female applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
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