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Coordinator, Wildlife Law Enforcement Support
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major ResponsibilitiesThe Wildlife Programme Law Enforcement Support Coordinator willImplement, and monitor progress of WWFs antipoaching and wildlife crime prevention support workSupport law enforcement agencies to coordinate patrol planning, patrol operations analysis, and ensuring critical information is shared with appropriate agencies.Support law enforcement agencies in stopping wildlife traffickingSupport relevant agencies for antipoaching information collection mechanismsThe detailed job description is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpageClosing Date: 6 March 2019 WednesdayInterested candidates should email vacancy.mmwwf.org.mm or send a hard copy cover letter and curriculum vitae in English to 15C, Than Taman Street, Dagon Township Yangon, stating the applied position title. Email application documents should be addressed as DocumentYour fullname. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Job posted: 21.2.2019
Consultancy objectivesMany challenges exist for Myanmar stakeholders to reduce industrial environmental footprint and comply with national emission guidelines. A systematic approach that prioritises high polluting subsector within FB sector and that supports key stakeholders to develop, implement and monitor the EMP, is critical to ensure efficiency, sustainability and accountability. The consultancy aims to facilitate a systematic approach to prioritise subsectors, build capacity and develop guidelines for key stakeholders to review and monitor EMP, developed and submitted by the industry.Scope of workThe consultant is expected to provide a detailed methodology and timeline and get it approved from the project. The consultant will provide technical support to the project team on EMP development, implementation and monitoring best practices. The scope of the work is as followsA.Facilitate the discussion on developing a roadmap for EMP implementation for FB based on key selected parametersB.Support the local government and relevant stakeholders to review Environmental Management Plans and develop EMP Review Guidelines for FBConsultant need to develop a detailed work plan with time line within a week of signing a contract and submit it to the project for approval.The detailed Output and deliverables is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpage

Job posted: 21.2.2019

Spatial Planning & GIS Manager (Reannounced)
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major responsibilitiesThe Spatial Planning and GIS Manager will ensure WWF Myanmars conservation programme is effectively supported with the appropriate spatial data and spatial analysis tools needed to achieve our ambitious conservation programme. The position will also lead the engagement with target stakeholders within the Dawna Tennasserim Landscape DTL in integrated spatial planning activities. This includes identifying key areas of intervention and related data gaps and facilitating landscape planning and vision discussions with key stakeholders. This role involves coordinating information sharing opportunities relevant to WWFs programme planning, management and implementation of stakeholder engagement activities and identifying monitoring indicators.The detailed job description is at www.wwf.org.mmenaboutuscareerjobvacancies.cfm Interested candidates should send a cover letter and curriculum vitae with your salary expectation stating the position title and reference number in English by email to: vacancy.mmwwfgreatermekong.org application documents should be addressed as DocumentYourfullname. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Job posted: 21.2.2019

Protected Areas and Law Enforcement Technical Advisor (Re-announced)
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionsThe Protected Areas and Law Enforcement Technical Advisors TA major function is to provide technical advice to relevant partners in the DTL, especially Union Government Forest Department FD, and KNU Forest Department KFD.The TA is the key person to provide andor coordinate basic field ranger training for existing and new protected area rangers e.g. Wildlife Protection Units WPUs or ParkForest Rangers, and to support FD and KFD develop and implement PA and LE management plans and strategies.The TA will also support the training and operational capacity of elephant antipoaching units in Ayeyarwady and Bago regions, as well as the Illegal Wildlife Trade IWT team with initiatives to support mobile enforcement teams and illegal market closures. The TA will also play a supporting role in initiatives to design and implement a national programme for ranger professionalization in Myanmar, including the establishment of a national Wildlife Ranger College.

Job posted: 20.2.2019

Dawna Tanintharyi Landscape Program Support Administrator
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Program SupportProvide clerical and secretarial support to the DTL Landscape manager which include booking and following up meeting appointments, preparing cash advances and claims, travel arrangements, bank transactions Provide relevant financial and bank transaction and administrative services to DTL field staff Together with the Admin Staff and Finance Officer, provide logistical supports to various events organized by DTL technical staff. This may include booking venues, meals, and transportations, reimbursement of participants expenses and preparing cash advances, sending out invitation and confirming participants. Manage the calendar, meeting invitation, scheduling meeting, booking venue and required all arrangement concerning with program team.Provide other clerical and secretarial services, for DTL technical team as needed. Provide logistical support for some activities in the field and therefore requiring to travel to the WWF project sites as neededEnsure that financial paymentscash advancesclaims are organize in a timely manner

Job posted: 20.2.2019

Programme Development Manager
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Develop a fund raising strategy and an outline of team structure to support the strategy in year 1.Develop, write, and support development of project programme proposals for funding by using PCM principles WWF Network Standards for Public Sector Partnerships PSP, Foundations, and Trusts.Act as national focal point for multicountry proposalsWork closely with the Conservation Director, Country Director, Landscape Managers, WWF PIA shareholders, on the priorities of PSPs, Foundations and Trusts and WWF Network to identify opportunities for fundraisingSupport WWF Marketing Director with fundraising opportunities with Private Sector Work with conservation programme team Establish and maintain a database of all consultants used, used for proposal writing or programme development, by WWFMyanmar Carry out any other assignments and tasks given Line Manager

Job posted: 20.2.2019

Renewable Energy Technical Advisor (Re-announced)
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Come be part of history as we support Myanmar develop its renewable energy potential. In 2017 our renewable energy vision set forth a sustainable pathway for Myanmar to leapfrog to a leading voice in the global energy debate and be powered by 100 renewable energy by 2050. We are looking for an exceptional individual to support national energy policy advocacy, state and regionallevel technical assistance, power development planning, project implementation, and attracting investments. As advisor, you will be based in Yangon and will travel frequently, especially to Kayin State, Tanintharyi Region, and Naypyidaw. If you have a Masters degree in renewable energy or in relevant fields, minimum 1015 years related experience in renewable energy policy and advocacy, project financing and project implementation, and would like to be part of a very motivated energy team, please continue reading below for further details.The salary range for this position is 50,000 60,000 USD per year.Major FunctionsAt national level, the RE Technical Advisor will: Provide expert technical advice as inputs to Renewable Energy policy advocacy and consultationsSupport WWFs vision for 100 renewable energy for Myanmar by 2050 . Assist in attracting renewable power investment for Myanmar. Support fund raising for further development.At stateregion level, the RE Technical Advisor will:Prepare quick power development planning for Kayin stateDevelop project deployment strategy and encourage private sector for Kayin stateBuild capacity of the state government of Kayin to attract renewable power investmentSupport dialogue with partners, private sector, national and state governments local authority bodies for renewable power developmentClosing Date: 22 July 2018 SundayInterested candidates should email vacancy.mmwwf.org.mm or send a hard copy cover letter and curriculum vitae in English to 15C, Than Taman Street, Dagon Township Yangon, stating the applied position title. Email application documents should be addressed as DocumentYourfullname.Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Job posted: 20.2.2019

Consultant
Company: Save the Children International

1. Introduction 1.1 Overview of the Programme 1.1.1 Purpose and design 1.1.2 Program Implementation 1.2 End line Data collection 1.2.1 End line timeline 1.2.2 Field team composition 1.2.3 Piloting 1.2.4 Description of the sample 1.2.5 Description of the questionnaires 1.2.6 Data Analysis Methods 2. Findings 2.1. General information about respondents and households 2.1.1 Demographics and education 2.1.2 Household income and expenditures 2.1.3 Household Assets 2.1.4 Household financial activity, credit and saving 2.1.5 Households environment 2.1.6 Migration 2.1.7 Desired fertility and family planning 2.2 Maternal and child health 2.2.1 Antenatal care 2.2.2 Delivery and postnatal care 2.2.3 Child healthseeking behaviour 2.2.4 Recent illnesses 2.3 Nutrition and Infant and Young Child Feeding practices 2.3.1 Household dietary diversity 2.3.2 Womens dietary diversity 2.3.3 General knowledge about infant and young child feeding IYCF practices 2.3.4 IYCF practices 2.4 Anthropometrics 2.4.1 Stunting, low height for age HAZ 2.4.2 Underweight, low weight for age WAZ 2.4.3 Wasting or low weight for height WHZ 3. Discussions 3.1 Discussion based on the base line findings and end line findings.Deliverables: Comprehensive LEGACY End line Report highlighting the significant results and findings from the analysis. Report template will be developed in consultation with Program team. Report needs to show comparison between end line and baseline data on the indicator to be reported to LIFT. Other significant variables to be included as annexesPlease note that consultant will be provided with baseline report and all anthropometry and Infant and Young Child Feeding IYCF related tables, checked and completed to be inserted directly in the report.Consultant End Line Report Writing

Job posted: 20.2.2019

National Case Management Advisor
Company: Save the Children International

Provide technical leadership to Case Management staff of SC and partner MNGOs to ensure the quality of provision of case management services meeting international standards Represent Save the Children, as required, at national and interministerial events and proactively facilitate linkages among key stakeholders to collaborate in develop of national level case management and centralized databased systems for Myanmar Liaise with DSW and other key actors and ensure the process is participatory, coordinated and well informed Support the International Case Management Advisor in developing high quality national level standardized case management and centralized databased systems in collaboration with UNICEF and other CP actors throughout the harmonization process of the tools Support and work with International Case Management advisor to develop identify roles and develop job descriptions of case management social workforce and produce standardized training packages based on competency framework Provide support for coordination of Myanmar National Case Management Technical Task Force during consultation process of the project Support collection of reliable data that will produce meaningful recommendations for the case management system going forward Provide support to operational teams in developing and implementing project specific ME frameworks and ensure monitoring information is analysed and shared, appropriately both internally and externally. Consolidate field inputs and draft relevant technical sections of programme and donor reports Collaborate with CP HoP, CP Thematic Advisor and PM to support and conduct program review meetings and workshops for ongoing program learning and improvement as well as program implementationCapacity building and support Lead the capacity development of case management workforce of both development and humanitarian and ensure adequate technical support to programme managers and the operation teams for the effective implementation and monitoring of case management programme activities Developing capacity building plans for case management taskforce in coordination with the PM and CP HoP, CP TA with technical support from the International Case Management advisor Support field teams in identifying and supporting civil society partners including: partner capacity assessment, capacity building planning and technical supporttraining Ensure that the Case Management Team is updated with technical strategies and approaches Identify key learning opportunities and processes from the case management project, its workforce and proactively and continuously design and organize opportunities to share key lessons to inform and improve project quality and rolling out improved tools, procedures and systems in collaboration with key technical team members Provide ToTs technical trainings on case management, centralized databased system, coaching and supervision to the SC project and implementing partners and other case management workforces as required and improve themExternal Relations Represent Save the Children at child protection andor case management meetings, donor meetings, and other presentations at stateregional level Liaise with the relevant government authorities with Child Protection responsibilities at the National, State level, such as Department of Social Welfare, and other relevant counterparts e.g., SCRCRCRC membersMonitoring and Evaluation Ensure all project staff effectively contributes and uses data for technical review and planning Regularly visit project sites to ensure learning is documented and shared Advise on the systems and standards for ensuring regular supervision, monitoring and evaluation of the programme against its objectives and expected outputs in collaboration with relevant MEAL and PI teams Conduct field monitoring visits and regular distance support exercises to assist PI teams in applying technical standards, guidelines and tools Provide support in developing and implementing an effective monitoring and evaluation framework, establishing beneficiary feedback systems and stakeholder participation for the health programme in close collaboration with Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning MEAL and PI teams Assist in gathering and analysing relevant technical data and statistics to support programme development and country wide reporting in close collaboration with relevant MEAL team membersCapacity Building Contribute to the development of a technical competency framework for all case management project staff SCI and partners and corresponding training package Lead and facilitate the rollout of the competency framework training package to all staff SCI and partnersChild Safeguarding Responsibilities Develop and pilot practical daytoday approaches to increase awareness, commitment and

Job posted: 20.2.2019

Monitoring & Evaluation Intern
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionThe ME Officer or Intern works under the supervision of the Conservation Impact Coordinator and is responsible for supporting the development of Conservation Impact function across the whole WWF Myanmar conservation programme.Major Responsibilities1.Support on the monitoring, evaluation, and reporting of all WWF Myanmar conservation work as it relates to the country strategic plan to ensure consistency with WWF Programme and Project Management Standards PPMS and Network Indicators.2.Support the coordinator in the implementation of the information system and tools for landscape and project levels to monitor annual achievements against predefined indicators and results.3.Lead the ME compliance of assigned projects.4.Support the ontime completion and submittal of Technical Progress Reports liaising with those Project Leads as needed5.Lead the submission of KPIs and data according to WWF international requirements. 6.Ensure that project data are collected with quality and support the teams in the field collection of data.7.Manage WWF proprietary databases, ensuring data consistency, regular updates and compliance to the policies. Provide support to other staff in the use of the mentioned tools.8.Provide inputs to the development, review and update of all necessary ME systems and tools for country and project levels.9.Support project managers and officers to produce reports based on data collected.10.Other tasks may be assigned as necessary according to organizational needs.

Job posted: 20.2.2019

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