Social and Behaviour Change Communications Manager (SA4 Manager)
World Wide Fund for Nature
Ðà Lạt, Vietnam
1 day ago
Location: Lam Dong
Want to make a positive difference to the future of people and our one shared home - the Earth? Working at WWF could be your opportunity of a lifetime.
All around the world, people are waking up to the deepening crisis of nature loss. A growing realization that nature is our life-support system. And that nobody will be spared from the impacts of its loss. Here at WWF, we are helping to tackle this enormous global challenge.
Our people come from hugely diverse backgrounds and with a variety of expertise, ranging from HR and Finance to Advocacy and Conservation science. We welcome applications from anyone who believes they can help us create a better future for people and wildlife.
What we do
We are an independent conservation organization, striving to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife. From individuals and communities to business and government, we are part of a growing coalition calling on world leaders to set nature on the path to recovery by 2030. Together, we seek to protect and restore natural habitats, stop the mass extinction of wildlife, and make the way we produce and consume sustainably.
WWF was one of the first International non-government organizations working in Viet Nam. In 1985, WWF began working on a national conservation strategy and since then has worked closely with the Vietnamese Government on a diverse range of environmental issues and implemented field activities across the country. Find out more at http://vietnam.panda.org/.
WWF recognizes that its employees are its most important asset. A competent workforce, thoroughly trained, properly motivated, and bound together by mutual trust and common objectives is crucial to the success of WWF.
We are looking for committed, result-driven candidate for the position of Social and Behaviour Change Communications Manager (SA4 Manager), USAID Biodiversity Conservation (USAID BCA), based in Lam Dong, Viet Nam.
Social and Behaviour Change Communications Manager is responsible for technical management and implementation of Strategic Approach 4 (SA 4) annual plans in Lam Dong province and Cat Tien National Park. This role includes the development and holistic implementation of the strategy to reduce consumer demand for illegal wildlife products in targeted rural and urban settings by using Social and Behaviour Change Communications (SBCC) approaches to conduct consumer research of segment audiences and deliver impactful messages which drive reductions in demand. The position reports to the Wildlife Demand Reduction Lead and the provincial coordinator and in close collaboration with the technical and operation teams, local partners, and other stakeholders in the province to coordinate, provide technical inputs, and implement activities.
- University degree in public communication, marketing, social sciences, or relevant study.
- At least 5 years of working experience in SBCC programs, preferably in relation to wildlife conservation and illegal wildlife trade.
- Good understanding and application of SBCC approaches including evidence-based approaches such as the five-step approach and theory of objective setting, target group identification, message development, monitoring and adaptive management.
- Good understanding of illegal wildlife supply chains and wildlife protection legal frameworks preferred.
- Adherence to WWF’s values: Courage, Respect, Integrity, and Collaboration.
- Demonstrates WWF behaviors in ways of working: strive for impact, listen deeply, collaborate openly, and innovate fearlessly.
How to apply:
- The detailed JD is attached. Send us your curriculum vitae & cover letter in English, naming each file: “Full name - CV/CL”.
- For external candidates, please send your applications to email@example.com stating in the subject line: BCA SA4 Manager (Lam Dong) - Full name
The deadline is September 28th, 2022
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
“WWF is an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce.”