World Wide Fund For NatureClosing Date : 2019-05-30
Duty Station : Suva, Fiji
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Organization: World Wide Fund For Nature
Country: Fiji
Closing date: 30 May 2019
World's largest conservation organisationManage high-level relationships nationally, regionally and globallyFiji based

The Organisation
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is one of the largest and most highly regarded NGO s in the world and aims to stop the degradation of our natural environment and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.

Benefits & Culture
The salary for this position will be FJD 130,000 - 160,000. Citizens of Pacific island nations are strongly encouraged to apply.

The Role
Reporting to the Asia Pacific Regional Director, the Pacific Director will lead the vision, strategic planning and institutional development of the country offices in the Pacific. As a proven leader with the capability of growing an organisation s impact and building future leadership and talent pipelines, the Pacific Director will also bring high level negotiation, collaboration and influencing skills, with the capacity to develop and maintain strong relationships with stakeholders throughout the region, promoting the vision and objectives of WWF Pacific s strategic plan.

Duties and Responsibilities
Ensure the Pacific region is effectively and efficiently managed in all key areas conservation, operations, finance, people & culture, communication, marketing, fundraising and policy and partnerships. Specifically you will;

Provide overall direction and leadership in developing and executing the Pacific region s strategic objectivesContinuously strengthens WWF s profile, reputation and credibilityInitiate and lead strategic partnerships, ensuring effective communications with all stakeholdersDevelop a realistic, well planned long term strategy and meet fundraising targetsEnsure an excellent understanding of risk-based approaches to managing projects and programmesRepresent Pacific region in key internal network and external forums

Required Skills & Experience

Professional experience in a leadership role, preferably with an NGO or like-minded businessUniversity degree in conservation, business management, international relations, development or related fieldsProven track record in successfully developing, leading, and managing large-scale programmes and/or institutionsSuccessful track record in fundraising and superior oral and written communication skills in English and other local languages
How to apply:

If you are a visionary leader who wants to play a vital role in shaping the conservation agenda for the Pacific region, please contact Richard Green or Lois Freeke in Sydney on +61-2-8243-0570 or forward your resume and a cover letter which addresses the required skills above to cv@ngorecruitment.comquoting reference # 96362.

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