Terrestrial Project Officer Job at Fauna & Flora International

Terrestrial Project Officer Job at Fauna & Flora International… See details on how to apply for the opportunities available at Fauna & Flora International.



  1. Technical Support
    • Undertake desktop research to support the development of this project, funds and initiatives related to terrestrial species work, including species action planning processes.
    • Provide technical input on the project design, and implementation using a clear project management approach.
    • Provide technical support and input on conservation issues and priorities related to the project
    • Support project monitoring and evaluation ensuring logical framework milestones and indicators are attained within set timeframes and budgets.
    • Contribute to the development of project-specific reports (including donor, internal and technical), ensuring timely and high-quality products.
    • Under the guidance of relevant specialists, provide support for setting up and implementing surveys on terrestrial species conservation research.
    • gathering, consolidating and sharing of lessons learnt.
  2. Project Support
    • Provide an efficient administrative and operational function to the project.
    • Provide logistical support for meetings and workshops, including the putting together and dissemination of information packs that include external audiences.
    • Attend meetings and take notes/minutes, ensuring appropriate dissemination and follow-up on agreed actions.
    • Provide in-country logistical support to people traveling to and within Kenya to attend FFI meetings and functions including airport transfers, accommodation, etc.


  • Bachelor’s degree in a natural resource management field.
  • Fluency in English, both spoken and written.
  • Minimum of three years of experience in conservation project support at Officer/Coordinator level.
  • Demonstrable experience of project management and providing logistical support to projects.
  • Meticulous at conducting desktop research and analysis of information.
  • Proven experience in coordinating and implementing species surveys.
  • Excellent IT literacy, including advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office products, particularly Excel and PowerPoint

Probation Period: 6 months.

Salary: $17,000 Gross per year.

Location: Nairobi, Kenya. With travel to domestic project sites as required.

Benefits: 25 working days’ annual leave entitlement plus national public holidays observed in Kenya

Hours of Work: This is a full-time position, working Monday to Friday from 8.00 am to 5.00 pm with a one-hour lunch break. These hours may vary depending on the requirements of the job in the field.

How to Apply

Submit your CV, copies of relevant documents and Application to  [email protected]

Note: Use Project Officer – Terrestrial, Kenya as the subject of the email.

Application Deadline: 20th November 2021.

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