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WWF Vacancies 2021- WWF Jobs in South Africa

latest South Africa Job Opening through WWF Vacancies:- WWF South Africa currently published a job notification on  WWF South Africa Jobs site. Candidates who are eligible for WWF Jobs 2021. They can fill their online application the Project Manager jobs available now. Candidates who are Master’s degree  can apply for this  Project Managerjobs in South Africa.

For more details about WWF South Africa Jobs 2021 you can check below. Candidates should advised that they should check official notification before applying. This information taken from official site of WWF . We are not responsible for any error or mistake.

WWF South Africa Jobs Opening 2021 Summary

Name of Recruiter WWF
Name of Job Position Project Manager
Job Location Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal
Jobs Type Fresher Jobs in South Africa
Application Deadline Not Applicable
Salary R705,053.00 Yearly

Job Specification…

Key Responsibilities:-

The incumbent will be responsible for ensuring that the following project outcomes are achieved:

  • An effective water governance structure in in the uMkomazi catchment is established/strengthened and delivers its emergent outcomes.
  • There is increased engagement/participation by key stakeholders of the uMkomazi catchment in water governance structures/institutions.
  • Water stewardship projects are catalysed and implementation is effectively coordinated and/or supported in the uMkomazi catchment.
  • A cohesive understanding of water stewardship in the plantation forestry industry is established and supported.
  • The plantation forestry industry has integrated water stewardship principles into industry best practice and internal organisational policies
Key activities:
To achieve these outcomes, it will be important to:

  • Catalyse and convene a water stewardship community of practice   in the uMkomazi catchment at a local level, and within the plantation forestry industry at a national level, improving water security at landscape scale.
  • Champion WWFs water stewardship work in the uMkomazi catchment and the plantation forestry sector, through catalysing and supporting individual and collective water stewardship practices, together with private and communal land users and local government.
  • Develop and cultivate strategic relationships and networks with relevant role-players in the uMkomazi catchment and the plantation forestry sector, building a foundation for water stewardship work. These role players should include plantation forestry companies, plantation forestry small holders, commercial farmers, forums that represent communal land users, local municipalities, local water management institutions and forums, Department of Water and Sanitation, and Department of Forestry and Agriculture.
  • Catalyse and convene implementation of water stewardship change practices from farm to landscape scale. These could include but are not limited to reducing plantation forestry and agriculture impacts on freshwater ecosystems, improved delineation, management and restoration of wetlands, riparian areas and associated buffers, effective alien invasive plant clearing, and monitoring of freshwater ecosystem health.
  • Provide a point of strategic contact for the water stewardship in the uMkomazi catchment and the plantation forestry industry.
  • Co-ordinate study tours and learning journeys in the catchment that are focussed on bringing key stakeholders into the field to learn from examples of improved water stewardship practices, and to plan how to strengthen collective action on the ground.
  • Convene water stewardship dialogues/workshops/debates addressing relevant topics of interest to stakeholders in the catchment.
  • Facilitate the identification and sharing of direct and indirect business risks of freshwater ecological degradation and reduced water security, with key decision makers, stakeholders in the uMkomazi catchment and the plantation forestry sector and government.
  • Engage key value chain role players within the plantation forestry sector of the uMkomazi catchment, initiate and develop a water stewardship approach within their supply chain, and strengthen water stewardship practices at different levels.
  • Drive greater harmonisation and integration of water stewardship principles into plantation forestry, codes of practice, business principles, strategies and on-the-ground implementation.
  • Develop an annual work plan co-created with key partners in the uMkomazi catchment and the plantation forestry aimed at catalysing improved water stewardship.
  • Evaluate and report on effectiveness of social processes used and progress of implementation and impact of the programme of work, synthesising the lessons and insights and adapting the workplan on a yearly basis.
  • New knowledge generated through the work is shared and communicated internally within the WWF Freshwater team, between WWF integrated initiatives in other areas of the country, and externally to relevant communities of practice in other Strategic Water Source Areas.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Master’s degree in either of the following: water resource management, catchment management, environmental learning and social change.
  • 10 years’ experience of working with on water stewardship/integrated water resource management/catchment management issues. Experience of working with the plantation forestry sector is advantageous, but not a prerequisite.
  • Experience of convening a community or practice, with an understanding of how adults learn informally and the relationship to social change is essential.
  • Technical capacity to translate water stewardship approaches into water related strategies/action plans and to manage project implementation.
  • Efficient project management and administrative experience and leadership skills are essential.
  • Ability to work collaboratively and facilitate solutions focused engagements in a multidisciplinary and diverse working environment.
  • Negotiation and diplomacy skills and ability to engage at senior management level in business as well as at a farm level on the ground.
  • Established networks at senior management and strategic levels within the plantation forestry and water sectors will be an advantage.
  • Strategy development expertise as well as knowledge of key issues in water stewardship, water resource management, and sustainability essential.
  • A good understanding of water resource management related policies and legislation.
  • Self-starter with ability to initiate new working relations and self-manage areas of work critical to achievement of deliverables.
  • Excellent interpersonal, writing, presentation and communications skills.
  • Computer literacy essential (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
  • Fluency in Zulu and English is essential.
  • Code 8 driver’s license.

WWF Vacancies 2021- WWF Jobs in South Africa

latest South Africa Job Opening through WWF Vacancies:- WWF South Africa currently published a job notification on  WWF South Africa Jobs site. Candidates who are eligible for WWF Jobs 2021. They can fill their online application the Face to Face Fundraiser jobs available now. Candidates who are Required  can apply for this Academic Face to Face Fundraiser jobs in South Africa.

For more details about WWF South Africa Jobs 2021 you can check below. Candidates should advised that they should check official notification before applying. This information taken from official site of WWF . We are not responsible for any error or mistake.

WWF South Africa Jobs Opening 2021 Summary

Name of Recruiter WWF
Name of Job Position Face to Face Fundraiser
Job Location Johannesburg
Jobs Type Fresher Jobs in South Africa
Application Deadline Not Applicable
Salary R7 830.00 Monthly.

Job Specification…

Key Responsibilities:-

To directly attract and communicate with potential donors (at shopping centres and events) to solicit their support by becoming a regular financial donor to the organisation.

      • Build rapport with potential donors from the general public, providing an excellent engagement experience.
      • Continually improve knowledge and understanding of the WWF work and, in particular, the campaign product, confidently ensuring potential donors are informed, not mislead, at any point during the sales process.
      • Meet daily, weekly and monthly targets as prescribed by the WWF Field Sales Representative Performance Management Indicators.
      • Meet both quality and quantity standards for sign-up of new regular donors.
      • Ensure the effective and accurate administration and processing of sign-ups.
      • Maintain commitment, motivation and enthusiasm
      • Use scripts and guidelines as provided
      • Behave in a professional manner, reflecting WWF’s values, ethos and policies at all times
      • Accurately and appropriately record, protect and report fundraising data
      • Create public awareness to support WWF-SA’s conservation efforts
      • Assist, as required, with initial training and induction of new team members
      • Attend regular training, team meetings and discussions for improvement

Minimum Requirements…

  • Completed Tertiary education is an advantage
  • Min 1 year sales experience is an advantage
  • Fundraising experience, including face-to-face fundraising experience is an advantage
  • Have the ability to inspire people through outstanding verbal communication and interpersonal skills
  • Fluent in English and one other official South African language
  • Unshakable drive and motivation to succeed and build your campaign
  • Effective at time management
  • Have a strong work ethic, be target motivated and work well under pressure
  • Passion for nature and conservation an advantage

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