domingo, 25 de julio de 2010

Director del Programa de Conservación Internacional Chiapas

Estamos buscando candidatos calificados para el cargo de:

Director del Programa de Conservación Internacional Chiapas
Se trata de un puesto de alto nivel que da la dirección estratégica, liderazgo y supervisión del Programa de Chiapas de CI para garantizar un alto nivel de resultados de conservación conforme al modelo de negocios de CI y las prioridades institucionales. El Director del Programa informará al vicepresidente de la División de Campo de México y Centroamérica.
Fecha límite para la recepción de candidaturas: 30 de julio 2010.
A continuación se transcribe la convocatoria original (inglés)

This is a senior position that provides strategic direction, leadership and oversight for CI’s Chiapas Program to ensure a high level delivery of conservation outcomes according to CI’s business model and institutional priorities. The Program Director reports to the VP for the Mexico and Central America Field Division.

The Chiapas Program is involved in a variety of activities which are defining a vision for sustainable land use in the Chiapas region while contributing to climate change mitigation and adaptation; maintaining ecosystem services; protecting biodiversity; and supporting rural livelihoods. The Program Director is responsible for leading CI’s initiatives to deliver on these ambitious goals by consulting with government and other stakeholders, identifying priorities, developing strategic relationships, and implementing programs and projects to address conservation and sustainable development needs in Chiapas. Current focal areas include the design of action plans to address climate change in the State and develop carbon and other ecosystem services markets to support the conservation of threatened ecosystems. The Program Director will strategically position, develop and lead CI’s program and its component projects across Chiapas. The position will be responsible for overseeing projects and commitments, raising funds and managing human, financial and other resources. S/he represents CI in Southeastern Mexico and plays a key role in building alliances, which are central to CI’s conservation strategy.

Ideal candidates will possess a Masters Degree or higher in Ecological/Social Sciences or allied disciplines plus at least 7 years of relevant work experience related to natural resources conservation and management, climate change and sustainable development, at least 7 years of management experience, and at least 3 years of experience in the development of climate change strategies (national communications, mitigation, adaptation strategies or similar) in Mexico. Relevant political skills and knowledge required to interact with strategic partners, including Federal and State-level government agencies, demonstrated experience managing programs or projects supported by international donor and/or multilateral funding, a demonstrated capacity to build and manage teams in multidisciplinary and multicultural environments and proven skills in conflict management, problem solving and management of change are desired. English language proficiency sufficient to interact effectively with international colleagues and technical experts is also required.

Interested and qualified candidates: please send a resume and cover letter for immediate and confidential consideration to Esta dirección electrónica esta protegida contra spambots. Es necesario activar Javascript para visualizarla no later than July 30th, 2010.