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  • Apply Volunteering Opportunities at The Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania (WCST)

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    JOB DETAILS:
    The
    Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania (WCST) is a non-governmental,
    non-profit making and a membership-based organization registered in
    Tanzania. WCST is one of the oldest local NGO established in 1987 with
    an overarching goal of conserving Tanzania’s flora, fauna, and the
    environment. Since 18/07/2019, the Society is registered under the terms
    and conditions of NGOs Act, 2002. The Society works closely with the
    government of the United Republic of Tanzania, public and private
    institutions, other NGOs, general public and other stakeholders
    including local and international development partners to realize her
    objectives.


    WCST
    envisions that the variety of life forms (biodiversity) continues to be
    valued and conserved as an integral part of our natural heritage for
    the generations to come. Its mission is to conserve Tanzania’s wildlife
    and its environment for the benefit of mankind.

    The
    Society is seeking to recruit dynamic, committed, well-organized,
    hard-working, qualified, and experienced individuals to fill the two (2)
    volunteer positions below:

    Position: Administrative Secretary
    Administrative
    Secretary will report to Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Society
    and his/her will generally ensure that administrative operations of the
    Society run smoothly. .

    Key Job Responsibilities and Duties
    • To ensure that each document received is properly processed, filed and retrieved when requested.

    To perform secretarial services, typing, and photocopying, editing or
    formatting documents in an organized fashion. To coordinate and
    organizing appointments, and perform other office duties in the WCST’s
    office as will be directed by your supervisor.
    • To undertake
    receptionist duties for guests of the Society and any other activities
    which might be required to assist in the smooth running of the WCST’s
    Office.
    • To screen, answer and forward telephone calls, as well
    as other forms of correspondence. They are in charge of transferring
    callers to the appropriate member of staff, as well as ensuring that
    only relevant calls go through.
    • To monitor the number of office
    supplies available in their office, as well as ordering replacement
    supplies as necessary. This can involve taking inventory, keeping
    records of supplies purchased and purchasing new supplies.
    • To
    handle members/customers’ complaints, redirecting members/customers to
    the appropriate department or officer, scheduling meetings with
    members/customers and recording members/customers queries.
    • To perform any other lawful duties assigned by your supervisors from time to time

    Minimum qualifications

    Applicants should possess at least an Ordinary Diploma in Secretarial
    Studies or any other related course from a recognized Academic
    Institution.
    • Must be attentive to detail and possess high-levels
    of Communication skills, Computer proficiency, Customer service skills,
    and Organizational skills.
    • Must be fluent in both written and spoken Kiswahili and English Languages.
    • WCST’s Members will be given priority

    Position: Deputy Chief Executive Officer
    The
    Deputy Chief Executive Officer will work in close partnership with the
    Chief Executive Officer in providing leadership across the Society and
    ensuring that internal governance, planning, policies, and systems
    enhance Society’s capability and capacity. .

    Key responsibilities


    Lead and provide Senior Executive direction to a substantial program,
    portfolio of programs, or portfolio of functions across the Society,
    shepherd and negotiate budgets, agreements (incl. proposal contracting),
    set performance expectations, and monitor and evaluate performance
    outcomes to contribute to the achievement of Society’s objectives and
    outcomes.
    • Contribute to the development and implementation of
    strategic plans and decisions by the Chief Executive Officer, and
    participate as a member of the Executive, to achieve the Society’s
    objectives and service outcomes.
    • Serve as back up to the Chief
    Executive Officer and Deputize for the Chief Executive Officer during
    periods of absence, and in relation to specific matters, issues or
    elements of Society operation as delegated from time to time by the
    Chief Executive Officer, ensuring a consistency of approach and
    decisions which align with the Society’s objectives.
    • Provide
    expert advice and recommendations to the Chief Executive Officer on
    strategic and day to day operational imperatives including the
    implications of major policy decisions, Society resourcing and
    performance, and strategies for managing critical incidents.

    Develop and maintain effective working relationships with a diverse
    range of internal and external stakeholders and nurture effective
    strategic partnerships to identify changes in member base and demands
    and new sectoral developments which impact on the strategic positioning
    of the Society and achievement of both short and long term goals.

    Create, foster and manage effective relationships with WCST’s members
    and ensure the highest standards of customer service are maintained,
    close contact with every member is achieved and maintained, members’
    needs are well understood and translated to inform the development of
    WCST’s policy and that member services are responsive, proactive and
    consistently delivered.
    • Represent the Society, developing and
    sustaining positive proactive relationships with community and/or
    stakeholders locally and internationally to identify trends, leverage
    knowledge, and intelligence, and fully inform Society strategic decision
    making processes.
    • Conduct annual performance reviews and
    monitor the day-to-day performance of Secretariat staff in implementing
    their duties and the Society’s goals and take immediate and appropriate
    remedial actions as directed by available instruments.
    • Design
    innovative conservation projects and provide support during the
    development of project proposals, carefully review and edit proposals to
    ensure adherence to donors’ guidelines, WCST’s internal processes and
    standards of quality.
    • Perform any other lawful duties assigned by the Chief Executive Officer or higher organs from time to time.

    Minimum qualifications

    Applicants should possess at least a Master’s Degree in Wildlife
    Management, Conservation Biology, Ecology, Forestry, and Environmental
    Management, Natural Resources Management, or any other related field
    from a recognized Academic Institution. Applicants holding a Ph.D. or
    ABD status will have an added advantage.
    • Applicants should have
    at least 5 years of work experience in project, business, or non-profit
    management; experience in proposal development, budget development,
    grant writing and management, and reporting.
    • Demonstrated understanding of and commitment to wildlife conservation and environmental management.

    Must have strong time management, problem-solving and analytical skills
    and the ability to innovatively contribute to thinking on a broad range
    of wildlife and environmental issues.
    • Experience in resource
    mobilization, project and/or programme design, working and interacting
    with multiple partners and stakeholders.
    • Must be attentive to
    detail and possess high-levels of Communication skills, Computer
    proficiency, Customer service skills, and Organizational skills.
    • Must be fluent in both written and spoken Kiswahili and English Languages.
    • WCST’s Members will be given priority.

    Job application procedure
    Please submit your application by the 20th of September 2019.
    Your application should include a detailed CV containing the contact
    information of three referees, a cover letter, and academic
    certificates. Please submit your application package to the Chief
    Executive Officer through our email ( wcst@wcst.or.tz
    ). Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. For
    more information please contact us via the contact information provided
    in the footer of this document.
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  • Selected Students To Join The College of African Wildlife Management

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    The College was established by an Act of Parliament called “The
    College of African Wildlife Management Act, 1964”. The Act provided for
    the creation of the Governing Body responsible for supervising the
    College. The composition of the original Governing Body was evidently
    regional in that all the three East African states (Kenya, Tanzania and
    Uganda) were represented. They have ever since remained active members
    of the Governing Body of the College. East African Common Services

    Organizations (EACSO) and the University of East Africa were also
    represented. The World Conservation Union (IUCN) and World Wide Fund for
    Nature (WWF) have also been members since the College’s establishment.
    Others who have been members of the Governing Body, at different
    tenures include UNDP/FAO, Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS), East
    African Community (EAC), its membership ceased with the death of the
    organization in 1977, African Wildlife Leadership Foundation (AWLF) and
    the Organization of African Unity (OAU).
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