About the position
• Position title: Internship for ACCESS Project (funded by EU)Development
• Report to: Community Engagement Thematic Lead
• Location: Based in WWF EPL Office, Mondulkiri Province
• Schedule: Full-time
• Deadline: 17 March 2022
Advancing CSOs’ Capacity to Enhance Sustainability Solutions (ACCESS) project aims to support forest-dependent communities in Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary (PPWS) and Srepok Wildlife Sanctuary (SWS) covering 40% of the land area of Mondulkiri Province, the least populated, most forested, and among the richest provinces in natural resources (soil, timber, and mineral) in Cambodia. These two Wildlife Sanctuaries provide agriculture and Non Timber Forest Products (NTFP)-based subsistence livelihoods to over 6,000 households (30,000 individuals) in 34 villages including 8,000 indigenous people. A majority of these communities has been living there for generations, sustaining themselves from the forest and being directly responsible for the conservation of their forest resources, including preserving biodiversity for future generations, educating and encouraging others to participate in natural resources conservation, and sustaining their consumption and income generation.
To effectively support communities and engaging active contribution of other stakeholders in sustainable resource management, ACCESS project is looking for qualified (highly committed and active) interns to assist activity implementation.
- Assist field implementation activity of CSO and CBO project include facilitation, training, coaching, monitoring, reporting, and developing necessary concept as needed
- Support preparation for meeting, workshop arrangement, and donor visit.
- Assist CSO and CBO project to conduct socio-economic survey (data collection and data entry) and other assessment as needed.
- Assist to deliver environmental education and outreach at target villages with join collaboration of awareness unit of WWF and Provincial Department of Environment.
Qualifications and requirements
- Fresh graduate or being a university student of environment, biodiversity conservation, forest science, rural development, social science, or other related field.
- Experience in conducting survey and community facilitation is an advantage.
- Knowledge of any data analysis software (SPSS, Kobo tool box) is an asset.
- Knowledge of relevant software applications including MS Office (Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, and Power Point).
- Active, fast learner and highly committed individual.
- Willingness to take initiative and challenges.
- Good interpersonal, communication skill and positive attitude (patient, reliable, hardworking).
- Internal: Community engagement unit, administration unit, environmental education unity, and other relevant project and thematic.
- External: Community protected area, villages and communes, protected areas, NGOs, and other relevant stakeholders.
Email your Cover Letter, CV with WWF Job Application Form to email@example.com in the contact details with the subject “Internship for ACCESS Project”.
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted and submitted documents will not be returned.
WWF reserves the right to close this job early if we receive a sufficient number of applications.
WWF Job Application Form is available here.