Executive Director-Conservation International
CI’s Pacific Islands Program (PIP) works in partnership with governments and civil society agencies to conserve the Pacific’s living heritage, demonstrate that Pacific societies rely on the maintenance of ecosystem processes and are able to live harmoniously with nature. The program has offices in Samoa, Fiji, New Caledonia and PNG.
The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for programmatic oversight and leads the design, implementation, and monitoring of CI’s conservation and human well-being strategy in the Pacific (Polynesia, Micronesia and Melanesia). The position ensures well designed, technically sound and effectively managed projects are clearly aligned to institutional and programmatic strategies and will lead due diligence on the technical capacities of all partners contracted through external grants. A key role is establishing and maintaining relationships and partnerships, both internally, with CI’s technical and fundraising divisions and with the Asia-Pacific Field Division management team, and externally with the donor community, relevant government institutions, academia, the private sector and civil society organizations operating in the Pacific. The ED will manage a multi-disciplinary team, instilling organizational values and behaviors and creating a work environment that attracts, develops and retains the best human talent.
A full Job Description can be requested by contacting: Elva Castino, Regional HR Advisor, Asia-Pacific Field Division: email@example.com Apply on-line at www.conservation.org/discover/careers
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