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Name of Recruiter International Union for Conservation of Nature South Africa
Name of Job Position Country Representative
Job Location Pretoria
Jobs Type Fresher Jobs in South Africa
Application Deadline Not Applicable
Salary R240 000.00 Yearly.

Job Specification…

Key Responsibilities:-

The Country Representative, IUCN South Africa is responsible for overseeing the effectiveness of IUCN’s Programme of Work at a sub-regional level, providing strategic oversight and day-to-day management of the Office, as well as providing a representation role through supporting and building IUCN’s Constituency in the country and region.

More specifically, roles and responsibilities of the Country Representative, IUCN South Africa are as follows:

I)Organizational management and leadership;-
The Country Representative is responsible for the overall leadership and management of the office and its resources. This includes overarching responsibility for the financial viability and sustainability of the Office. S/he bears responsibility for the management of the offices human resources. The office is comprised of Programme and Project Officers, IUCN affiliate partners, Finance and Administration as well as Support staff – all of whom report to the Head of Office. The Country Representative is responsible for both individual performance as well as ensuring that all individuals across the different departments work together as a team. S/he is also responsible for ensuring that IUCN policies and procedures are adhered to in the day to day running of the office and management of all assets.

II)Overseeing the effectiveness of IUCN’s Programme of Work;-
IUCN is seeking to build on the success of the Programme and consolidate and further develop this into a cohesive sub-regional programme – covering transboundary ecosystems as well as underlying drivers affecting biodiversity across South Africa and SADC countries. The Country Representative will play a lead role in this process, working closely with Regional Technical Coordinators as subject matter specialists.

This will involve the following:

Working the (regional and sub-regional) Programme team to clearly define strategic areas of focus, in line with the IUCN Global and Regional priorities and multi-year Programme;
Identifying core issues and opportunities for project/programme development;
Working with the relevant Technical Coordinators to make decisions on growth areas and to develop and secure new projects and programmatic initiatives; and
Effectively planning for and mobilizing resources (financial, human and physical) necessary for the effective implementation of the Programme.

S/he will also be responsible for ensuring that all programmatic initiatives are implemented. This will involve strategic oversight, ensuring that projects are realizing their overall results/objectives; high quality and timely delivery of outputs as well as efficient use of resources in line with approved budgets. This involves establishing clear mechanisms for adaptive management – guiding both the strategic direction of the portfolio of activities at the sub-regional level as well as coordinating the day to day operations.

III)Representation;-
The Country Representative acts as a liaison between IUCN and its constituency, particularly the IUCN membership at country level. This includes providing support to the National Coordination Committee (NCC), ensuring that regular meetings are convened, supporting individual members in matters related to IUCN and acting as a liaison between the membership and the IUCN Regional Director. S/he is also responsible for identifying new members and recruiting with the support of the IUCN Regional Membership Administrator.

S/he will represent IUCN in various forums, including the public and private sectors, with partners and donors and will ensure that IUCN is participating in the right forums, is presenting a consistent message, is engaging and being engaged by all key stakeholders to address crucial conservation issues. From time to time, the Country Representative, IUCN South Africa may also be required to issue formal statements on behalf of IUCN as directed by the Regional Director.

IV)Other responsibilities:-
Perform other duties as may be assigned from time to time.

Minimum Requirements…

    • Education:-

    An advanced degree in natural science, business administration, international development, economics or related fields
    Computer literacy in relation to office applications (word processing, spreadsheets, powerpoint) use of internet and online communication tools;

    • Work Experience:-

    At least 10+ years of proven experience with:
    Demonstrated experience in working with international/regional organizations would be an asset;
    Proven high level of knowledge about policy and political issues in the sub-region related to the management of natural resources with demonstrated experience in engaging with relevant national and sub-regional forums and other policy processes ;
    Familiarity with established and emerging relevant conservation and natural resource management approaches, methodologies and processes – including Landscape/Ecosystem based approaches;
    Demonstrated experience with climate change adaptation and mitigation would be an added advantage;
    Demonstrated fundraising, budgeting and programme planning abilities and past performance, including experience of development and successful marketing of project proposals with donors, and subsequent delivery and reporting;
    Experience with result based portfolio and project cycle management, monitoring and evaluation methodologies and principles and facilitation skills;
    Demonstrated experience in facilitating the establishment of networks and multi-stakeholder participatory processes

    • Language requirement;-

    Excellent verbal and communication skills in English essential

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