Consultant to Develop Handbook for Sustainable Forest Management for Plantation Managers

Please be informed that WWF-Vietnam is seeking for capable candidate for the position of  Consultant to develop handbook for sustainable forest management for plantation managers.

The Consultant is responsible for the development of a handbook to guide the specific steps for sustainable forest management for plantation, specifically to forestry companies. This handbook is a practical guide for plantation companies to improve their management system towards sustainability in accordance with international standards and to get forest certification.

Key requirements:

  • Post-graduate degree, specialized in forestry and silviculture, especially who has the expertise and experience in sustainable forest management and forest certification.
  • Have at least 15 years of experience in forestry sector, knowledgeable on the  technical requirements of sustainable forest management and forest certification, deep expertise about Vietnam and international forestry sector, understand the requirements of the international forest certification standards, particular FSC standards.
  • Ability to work in a team
  • Good analytical and writing skills, especially developing guidelines (graphic design skills is an advantage)
  • Ability to work independently, have the skills to work with a computer (word, excel, powerpoint, internet) and the ability to communicate in English

In order to apply, candidates must prepare a brief outline of the handbook attach with a CV submitting to the project.

The detailed Job Description (JD) is attached herewith for your reference.

Interested applicants should email a cover letter and CV to: [email protected] , stating the position title in the subject line of the email

Closing date: Mar 3, 2017

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews. 

“WWF is an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce.”

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Application Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-03-03