The USAID Supporting Forests and Biodiversity Project is tasked with promoting conservation of three forests in Mondulkiri province and the Prey Lang Forest in Kampong Thom, Steung Treng, and Kratie. We are looking for an experienced negotiator and facilitator, with strong management and planning skills to fill the role of Constructive Dialogue Team Leader. The team leader leads a team that resolves conflicts, encourages constructive dialogue between various stakeholders, and improves governance in the two forest landscapes.
If you have experience leading a small, dedicated team of experienced Cambodians engaged with a variety of stakeholders concerning issues relevant to forest conservation and negotiating settlements to reduce land conflicts and ensuring resolution amenable to all parties, or similar experience, then this job is for you. You should have a degree and sufficient experience in one or more of the following disciplines: business management, forestry and conservation, and negotiation and conflict resolution.
To obtain a Scope of Work, please request by email at email@example.com or come to the office and pick one up.
To apply for the Team Leader Position, please submit a CV and cover letter and tell us why you are the best person for this position. Send these documents to the USAID Supporting Forests and Biodiversity Project office: Room 588, Building F, Phnom Penh Center Sothearos Blvd, Phnom Penh or send by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for application is end of the day on July 3, 2015. Winrock International is an equal opportunity employer and women are strongly encouraged to apply. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview.
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