Monitoring Evaluation & Knowledge Program Representative for Papua - Jayapura

Monitoring Evaluation & Knowledge Program Representative for Papua - Jayapura

If you want to contribute to conservation efforts in Indonesia, this is the opportunity for you to join the national conservation organization in Indonesia. WWF-Indonesia, an independent national conservation organization, is part of a global network of WWF. WWF-ID is currently seeking the best candidate for the position of Monitoring Evaluation & Knowledge Program Representative for Papua. This position will be based in Jayapura, Papua, and report directly to the Head of Quality & Program Development

This position is responsible for periodically supporting and being involved in the ongoing monitoring & evaluation process in ensuring the achievement of programmatic targets, project achievement, and ongoing knowledge management at the supported program level. Monev & KM representatives also play a role in collecting, compiling, and providing access to all data, information, and knowledge contained in or generated by WWF-Indonesia projects managed by supported programs. In addition, Monev & KM representatives also play a role in facilitating the necessary administrative functions related to data and information needs in the proposal preparation process and the reporting needs of each supported program team.

Requirements for this position are:

  • At least a bachelor's degree majoring in statistical data, management, economics, and conservation. A Master’s degree will be preferred.
  • At least 5 years of experience working in a related field. Experience working in Monitoring & Evaluation roles will be preferred.
  • Have skills in database and information systems, strategy for planning and monitoring conservation programs,
  • Have Basic knowledge of environmental conservation and project management.

Interested applicants should send the resume/CV and application letter to [email protected], with the subject Monev & KM Program Representative for Papua not later than May 20th, 2022.


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