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Vacancy: Buffer Zone Support Officers (BSOs) - 2no

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Posted 07 October 2004 - 10:57 AM

Participatory Conservation Programme Phase-II (PCP-II NEP/04/005) is a joint undertaking of His Majesty's Government of Nepal (HMG/N) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) working for the sustainable management of biodiversity and contributing to poverty alleviation. PCP is being implemented by the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation across seven Protected Areas. The programme aims at enhancing the capacity of the Government for Improved Management of Protected Areas and their Buffer Zones.

DNPWC/PCP invites applications from Nepali nationals for the following position:

Buffer Zone Support Officers (BSOs) - 2nos. (Rara and Khaptad National Parks)


The BSO will lead the Buffer Zone Support Unit as part of the Warden's Office. The BSO will provide professional advisory support for successfully implementing the programme and, achieving the outputs in the area of Buffer Zone Development. While working under the leadership of the Warden, the BSO will be supported by a team of Social Mobilizers/ Motivators in the field. The BSO will be responsible for achieving the overall outputs of the programme by working as a part of the Warden's Office and under the general guidance and supervision of NPD, NPC and the NPM.


The candidate should possess a minimum of Bachelors degree in natural resource management & development studies and have at least 3yrs. of experience in the relevant field. The candidate must have practical experience of having worked in the areas of social mobilization, community development, enterprise promotion and training. The candidate will need to have knowledge of the major sectoral issues and be able to give professional advice in each sector. S/he must possess analytical planning and management skills and be willing to work under harsh conditions. Good report writing (both Nepali and English) and computer skill is a must. These positions are for field-based Park Offices.

Interested and qualified candidates are invited to send their applications along with an updated CV with the names of two referees. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for recruitment process and telephone enquiries will not be entertained. The remuneration and benefits will be as per the policy of the programme.

The Participatory Conservation Programme
P.O. Box 15113
Kathmandu, Nepal

Note: Published in the Kantipur daily newspaper
Date: 7/10/2004

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