Fauna Flora International Job Vacancies: Raja Ampat Marine Field Coordinator, Maros Finance & Admin Officer - South Sulawesi

About Fauna & Flora International
Fauna & Flora International (FFI) saves species from extinction and habitats from destruction, whilst improving the livelihoods of local people. Our guiding principles are to work through local partnerships, act as a catalyst for change, make conservation relevant and base decisions on sound science. Founded in 1903, FFI is the world’s longest established international conservation body; our conservation work, and impact, spans the globe.

1. Raja Ampat Marine Project
FFI’s marine work in Raja Ampat started in 2016 as part of FFI’s wider Ridge to Reef Program in the Raja Ampat archipelago. Our marine work focusses primarily on community-based marine conservation on the northern coast of Misool Island, seeking to conserve globally threatened marine species including dugongs and sea turtles. This work is done in close collaboration with indigenous communities, who we are supporting to gain legal recognition of their fishing rights and engage with eco-tourism livelihood opportunities. The wider Ridge-to-Reef approach in the Raja Ampat archipelago aims to reduce land-based impacts on marine ecosystems through community-based forest conservation, collaborative protected area management, community-based sustainable tourism development, and ‘green’ spatial planning interventions.

Raja Ampat Marine Field Coordinator You can find more details HERE

Closing Date: 06 January 2020

2. MAROS-PANGKEP CONSERVATION PROJECT
FFI-IP will carry out projects in Maros Regency and Pangkajene-Kepulauan Regency (Pangkep), South Sulawesi, with the name of the activity "Long-Term Protection of the Maros-Pangkep Karst Landscape in South Sulawesi". This activity was funded by Halcyon Land & Sea with implementation time between October 2019 and October 2020.The long-term project goal is effective karst biodiversity conservation and sustainable development in the Maros - Pangkep Biosphere Reserve.

The immediate project aim is to protect the Karst landscape trough legal designation of the Maros - Pangkep KBA by the end of 2021 as critical ecosystem area (Kawasan Ekosistem Esensial/ KEE), as well as through international designation as UNESCO biosphere reserve, and to demonstrate responsible tourism and agricultural practices to reduce the threats to karst biodiversity.

Maros Finance & Admin OfficerYou can find more details HERE

Closing Date: 06 January 2020

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