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Programme Officer – Wild Rescue Division

Job Category Conservation
Location Noida
Date Posted 15-Nov-2018
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Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) invites applications from undergraduate or postgraduate degree holders in the Environmental Science/Wildlife Science, with 1-3 years of experience, to join its Wild Rescue Division, Noida.

Who we’re looking for

The Programme Officer who would hold the responsibility of assisting the head in monitoring, and evaluating all projects under the division, carrying out the programmatic tasks related to the projects as listed in the Project Implementation Plan (PIP’s) to ensure timely delivery of the outcomes and outputs.

Qualifications & Skills

  • The candidate should have a good communication skill (especially writing both technical and creative)
  • Inclination towards Wildlife conservation
  • Postgraduate degree in Environmental Science/ Wildlife Science
  • Work Experience of minimum 1-3 years, preferably working for an NGO
  • Preference will be given to veterinarians with relevant programmatic experience and individuals having worked in animal welfare and conservation based fields.

Key responsibilities:

  • Shall be responsible for compilation and analysis of data and timely filling of field and technical reports in consultation with the Head
  • Assist the Head in preparing proposals, grant reports as and when requested
  • Assist the Head/PI is managing the Emergency Relief Network (ERN) and respond to incidences of natural/man-made disasters affecting animals
  • Should be willing to project sites for monitoring and key activities and also as ERN responder during natural disasters
  • Assist the Head/PI in preparing Project Implementation Plans (PIP’s) and ensuring mid-term corrections are incorporated
  • Compile, quarterly, half yearly and annual project reviews along with the Head
  • Entering data related to rescue and rehabilitation activities undertaken by the respective units in the project areas
  • Assisting the Head/PI in programmatic activities like correspondences, filing, procurement of assets, purchase and maintenance of medicines, equipment, etc.
  • Visit field stations and project sites as instructed by PI/Head for project monitoring work
  • Plan and conduct strategic meetings for planning, monitoring and evaluation of projects in discussion with PI/Head
  • Additional responsibilities will be as mentioned in the individual targets as issued by PI/Head