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Asst. Field Officer: Terai Tiger Project Dudhwa-Pilibhit Tiger Reserve Landscape)

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Sectors Nature Conservation, Ecology, GIS
Town/City New Delhi
Salary (Minimum)
Salary (Maximum)
Type Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status Full Time
Level First Level
Company Name Wildlife Trust of India
Contact Name HR Department
Telephone +91-11-26326025
Fax +91-11-26326027
Email jobs@wti.org.in
Website Further Details / Applications
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Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) invites applications from postgraduate degree holders in the field of Sociology/Social Anthropology/Social work/Natural Resources Management with 1-3 years’ experience to work in the Terai Tiger Project of WTI.

Job Profile

As assistant field officer under the Terai Tiger Project, you will be posted in the Dudhwa-Pilibhit Tiger Reserve Landscape, and be responsible for day-to-day implementation of the assigned activities of the project, reporting, data management and analysis as well as in project development.

Before applying, please ensure that you meet our requirements:

Qualifications and skills

  • Post-graduate degree in disciplines such as Sociology/Social Anthropology/Social work/Natural Resources Management, with minimum 1-3 years’ experience in conducting field work with indigenous/local communities.
  • Knowledge of social science research techniques including structured and unstructured surveys.
  • Skilled in working with local community stakeholders, specifically in capacity development and sensitisation of stakeholders, and organising village meetings and workshops.
  • Skills in grant management, technical reporting and monitoring and evaluation.
  • Ability to multi-task and ability to create and work in a team-oriented, multi-cultural environment.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills in Hindi and English.

Broad responsibilities include

 Implement all project related activities assigned, as per the Project Implementation Plan of project.

  1. Organize village meetings and workshops after human-wildlife conflict incidents.
  2. Conduct training workshops for select community volunteers.
  3. Collect socioeconomic data where required in villages reporting human-wildlife conflicts.
  4. Liaise with relevant government line departments, donors/potential donors and other agencies as required.
  5. Report periodically about work progress, through compiled monthly reports, and communicate to concerned line manager.
  6. Responsible for generating field reports, photographic documentation, submission of data sheets etc., as per the requirements of the Reporting Manager.
  7. Provide content for website and participate in dissemination and outreach.
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