|Position title:||Officer - Marine Programme||Unit:||Conservation|
|Directly reports to:||Marine Programme Leader||Location:||Dubai|
|Direct reports:||None||Type of contract:||Full-time|
|Date:||December 2017||Commencement Date||March 2018|
|Emirates Wildlife Society (EWS) is a UAE environmental non-governmental organization, established under the patronage of HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler’s representative in the Western Region and Chairman of Environmental Agency – Abu Dhabi (EAD).
EWS works in association with WWF, one of the world’s largest and most respected independent conservation Organizations. EWS-WWF has been active in the UAE since 2001 and has successfully initiated and implemented several conservation and education projects and initiatives in the region.
EWS-WWF works federally and in the region with offices in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Fujairah and is governed by a local board of directors.
|The Officer - Marine Programme will support the implementation of the marine strategy by providing advice to priority marine projects, leading activities and/or supporting a number of key marine initiatives including new project scoping and implementation, sectoral and policy research, programmatic fundraising and communications.|
|Roles and Responsibilities||Key Deliverables|
|Marine Programme Implementation
Coordination of existing / new initiatives under the Marine Programme
Priority Marine Projects Implementation
Acts as a member of EWS-WWF, placing higher priority on EWS-WWF’s goals than own goals and anticipating the effects of own area’s actions on others to ensure holistic EWS-WWF outcomes
Looks outwards ensuring EWS-WWF stays relevant, continues to anticipate and adapt to external environmental and global trends
Delivering Quality Outcomes:
Establishes stretch goals, plans, using best judgment and takes responsibility for planning to and delivering on outcomes
Building Working Relations:
Builds collaborative relationships through the understanding and development of other’s and own ideas
Uses appropriate means of communication to convey messages, seeks input from others and ensures understanding.
Building Working Relations:
People demonstrating this competency are effective in working with peers, partners and others who are not in the line of command, to positively impact organization performance
|Together We’re Stronger||
|Internal - Working with Marine Team, communications team and Business development team primarily, and wider team as required.
External – Programme and project stakeholders including government entities, environmental competent authorities, consultants, and private and public sector employees.
|EWS-WWF is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome diversity in the workplace and offer a flexible and diverse place of employment.
EWS-WWF staff participate wholeheartedly in general activities and events that require the full support and participation of all staff members, whether or not the focus of any particular event or activity has any bearing on the job description and assigned project objectives and activities.
|How to apply?|
|Interested candidates should send CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Deadline to apply: February 15, 2018