Landscape Coordinator - Lake Mburo Region, Mbarara, Uganda
Manage the field operations budgets and expenditures (such as financial reporting to Kampala)
Manage the logistics planning and deployment for the field office.
Develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders (e.g. Community Structures, Private Sector, LGs, UWA, NFA).
Participate and/or organize relevant stakeholder engagements/events.
Private Sector Engagement - assist the B4R private sector partners in implementation of their activities in the landscape, led by B4R's Private Sector Advisor & Conservation Enterprise Development Specialist.
Conservancy/CFR Support - coordinate operations based on the agreed plans (such as conservancy roadmap) to support B4R's Biodiversity Advisor.
Governance - support the governance frameworks establishment and conduct stakeholder engagement (see above) led by B4R's Governance Advisor.
Gather and communicate relevant information utilized by the project communications unit needs.
Monitoring and reporting
Coordinate collection of monitoring information for quarterly and annual reporting.
Provide technical inputs to quarterly and annual reporting from the field.
Minimum Required Education & Experience
Our expectation is that only those applicants who meet the following criteria will apply. We are looking for someone who wants to make a difference, is a great manager and collaborator, and has high integrity and self-drive.
Bachelor's degree in management, economic and/or rural development, tourism, conservation, or related field with a minimum of 6 years of relevant experience, or
A Master's degree in a relevant field with at least 3 years of related experience.
Excellent management, administrative and organizational skills.
Advanced partnership building & development.
Project management, people management, and leadership skills.
Knowledge of community mobilization and capacity building amongst community institutions.
Excellent computer skills including MS Office Suite with strong presentation skills.
Fluency in English is required, fluency in the Runyakitara languages is an asset.
Ability to work and travel frequently across the entire target landscape.
Effective management of relationships with both internal and external partners and stakeholders
Flexibility to work outside of normal hours sometimes.