SHARKS, MANGROVES, CORAL REEF CONSERVATION AND FISHERIES
CURRENT WORK OPPORTUNITY: SMALL SCALE FISHERIES MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT: APPLICATION DEADLINE 15TH AUGUST
Reporting to WCS Tanzania Marine Program Director
- review existing management plans for other MPAs nationally- review existing marine reserve workplans and objectives
- Train MPRU marine reserve staff on objective setting- Review workplans to determine if existing objectives are incorporated into workplans and if status is known.
- Work with marine reserve staff and communities to draft management plan including;
- Ensure that plan sections follow national format guidelines.
Work stationThe post holder will be working remotely at field sites and communicating closely with the WCS Tanzania Marine Program office (Mbweni, Stone Town, Zanzibar) and the WCS TBCA Office in Tanga.
Position runs from August to October 31st., and expected time is 75% time each month (with some monthly variation). The contract is based on deliverables and timelines available on request from WCS, along with contract renumeration details. The candidate will have to be able to produce a valid Electronic Fiscal Device (EFD) receipt and be a tax registered consultant. Competitive rates will be paid.
Qualified candidates should send their cover letters & CV including 3 referees addressed to WCS Tanzania, County Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. not later than 15th August 2021.
Jean Mensa: MARINE PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Abdallah Said Abdulla: MARINE RESEARCH ASSISTANTAbdalla joined WCS in 2018 and is now the principal researcher undertaking shark and ray data collection, as well as training and collating data from the project’s network of research assistants. He also participates in marine education efforts in schools and community forums. Prior to joining WCS, Abdallah worked at the Department of Agricultural Extension and Farmer Training and before that at UWAMWIMA helping organize farmer groups and provide horticultural training. He holds a Certificate and Diploma in General Agriculture from Zanzibar’s Kizimbani Agricultural Training Institute.
Neema Saburi: MARINE FINANCE AND LOGISTICS OFFICERNeema joined WCS’s country program office in 2019 as a volunteer assistant to the finance director. She was then taken on as the marine finance and logistics officer in 2020. She holds a Foundation Level certificate of accountancy from the National Board of Accountants and Auditors (NBAA) and Diploma in Business Administration from St. John’s University of Tanzania. Prior to joining WCS, she worked for two years as accounts assistant for LULU SACCOS LTD.
Shabani Mkwavile: MARINE FIELD ASSISTANT
Faki Haji Faki: MARINE DATA COLLECTION ASSISTANTMzee Fakih joined WCS in 2018. He collects shark and ray data at Mkokotoni Landing site in Unguja which he submits weekly to Abdallah the marine research assistant.