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Vacancy- WWF-GEF Project

The WWF-GEF project, Integrated Landscape Management to Secure Nepal’s Protected Areas and Critical Corridors (ILaM) Project is executed by the Ministry of Forests and Environment (MOFE), Government of Nepal. The project’s geographic scope is the Terai Arc Landscape (TAL), Nepal. The project aims to promote integrated landscape management and provides support in building the ecological integrity of large, forested areas, globally significant wildlife populations, and resilience of forest dwelling communities. 
If you think you are an achiever and are willing to work within a diverse team in a multicultural environment with commitment and passion for what you believe in, you are highly encouraged to apply. 
Communications Officer (Part time) – Based in Kathmandu 
Field Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Officer – Based in Kohalpur 
Field Program Associate (Engineer) - Based in Kohalpur 
Front Office Associate – Based in Kathmandu 

Interested applicants are requested to download the application form from the website mentioned below and send the same with an application letter to the email address also listed below by 17:00 hours on 7th October 2023. Please mention the position you are applying for clearly in the subject line. Emails without an application letter and completed application form will not be entertained. Only shortlisted candidates will be informed. Detailed TOR for the above-mentioned position can be downloaded from our website. 
Website: https://www.wwfnepal.org/get_involved/careers/ 
Email: hr@wwfnepal.org 
WWF is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Join us in our mission to save life on Earth. 


Why Work at WWF Nepal?

Do you want to build your career while protecting the future of nature for generations to come? At WWF, our employees know they are making a difference every day. 

- Keep an eye out for vacancies in the "Opportunities" section below
- Review the TOR and download the application form 
- Fill out the application form
- Email the completed application form along with an application letter to hr@wwfnepal.org
- Incomplete applications will not be considered


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