The Community Conservation Lead – Eastern Kafue Nature Alliance shall be primarily responsible for the implementation and coordination of the project’s activities related to community-based natural resource management and governance. The position will be based in TNC’s Mumbwa Office and will report to the Chief of Party, with additional technical oversight and guidance provided by the TNC Zambia Community Conservation Manager. This is a 5-year term limited position, dependent on the duration of funding from USAID, and extension of tenure will be subject to performance and availability of funds.
The Community Conservation Lead – Eastern Kafue Nature Alliance will provide expert technical support to the project’s primary target beneficiaries, being the local communities that depend on the landscape for their livelihoods and survival, and to the public and private collaborating partners and private market actors with which the project will engage. The Community Conservation Lead works as a part of the project implementation team and as part of the broader TNC Zambia’s conservation team, ensuring close communication, collaboration and learning with peers across project and teams. Specifically, they will provide hands-on strategic guidance and technical oversight for community conservation capacity building and practices for natural resource and land use governance, management, planning and sustainable utilization activities. These activities will involve strong liaison and collaboration with local community institutions such as the Community Resource Boards and Community Forest Management Groups, local natural resource Government agencies (Wildlife, Forest and Fisheries), private market actors and other NGOs in the landscape.
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