Regional Plastic Coordinator (Cities) South East Asia | WWF
Regional Plastic Coordinator (Cities) South East Asia

Posted on 26 May 2019

WWF Indonesia and Coral Triangle Team is currently seeking for the best candidate for the position of Regional Plastic Coordinator (Cities) South East Asia. This position will be based in Jakarta or other major cities in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam or The Philippines, and report directly to Policy & Advocacy Lead, WWF Coral Triangle Program.




The job holder coordinate national plastic pilot project teams in Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Hong Kong and Thailand to facilitate implementation of the Plastic SMART Cities plastics projects through the administration and management of project sub-grants to the 5 participating countries.
Provide regional leadership and support the development and implementation of the Cities Pillar under WWF’s No Plastic in Nature Initiative in the South East Asia region. The position will also work in cooperation with WWF’s Global Plastics Coordinator, the Global Business, Policy and Cities pillar leads, the Ocean Practice (and its Plastic-Free Oceans ACAI), the Plastics Campaign team and regional Plastics Policy Lead and Coral Triangle Program (CTP) Policy & Advocacy Lead
 
Requirements for this position are:

  • Minimum Masters level degree in relevant social science, environmental science, management or development area of expertise  
  • Min. 8-10 years working experience in in project/program management in international projects; management of consultants, coordination, networking, and outreach for similar initiatives. 
  • Have the experience in delivering complex multi-country urban development projects, including meeting Government Aid donor requirements
  • Experience working in an environmental NGO or relevant international development agency



Interested applicants should share their CV/resume and Cover Letter hr-recruitment@wwf.id with the subject of Regional Plastic Coordinator SEA, not later than 7 days after this advertisement published. Only selected candidates would be contacted.

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