Program Manager, Water 项目经理,水资源

Title: Program Manager, Water 项目经理,水资源
Reports to: Practice Head, Water
Location: Wuhan/Changsha/Shanghai
Major Functions: 


1 Overall management and taking responsibility for ecological process conservation activities in major rivers, projects and staffs within the function. 
2 Responsible for successful strategy development of programme, focusing on hydrological process and water security, Three Gorges Dam regulation and river-lake natural connection maintaining in Poyang and Dongting Lake, as well as implementation of programme and projects associated with WWF Programme strategy and goals.
3 Liaises and account manages to strengthen relations with Government, partners, other NGOs, donors and associate committees.
4 Assists and coordinates with relevant practice team of WWF China to develop the work plan and budget, monitor and evaluate to ensure the delivery of committed conservation results and impact.
5 Liaises the internal collaboration across the projects as relevant to the achievement of the programme conservation strategic goals and action plans. 
6 Strengthens the project communications within and/or beyond WWF China.
7 Responsible for the development of fundraising proposal related ecological process conservation in major rivers in China


Key Responsibilities:


1 Maintains and develops partnership network with local governmental departments, local communities, consultants, academic institutions, companies, other NGOs, and other international organizations. 
2 Leads the collection, analysis, coordination, production and dissemination of communication documentations for the Programme to promote and profile the programme within and/or beyond WWF, including:
Monthly Programme news updates  
Programme profiles, Q&As, issue papers, achievement highlights and briefs
Programme information for WWF connect and other documents as appropriate
3 Take the full ownership of the actualizing the relevant program objectives. 
4 Prepare and monitor the annual budget of field projects in collaboration with programme staffs.
5 Keeps abreast of trends and developments in own area
6 Coordinate and support division head to fulfil people management (i.e. AIM) and coach focus on talent development and competency development of staffs.


Working Relationships:


Internal: Primary supervisor is the Water Practice Leader; Regular contact with team members; Occasional contact with other practice teams in WWF.
External: Regular interaction with research institutions, major stakeholders including CTG, government agencies, local communities etc.  


Qualifications:


1 Master’s Degree and equivalent, Ph.D is preferred.
2 6+ years working experiences in related area.
3 Good relationship with research institutions, local communities and working ability.
4 Good communication skills, communicate effectively and efficiently.
5 Proactive, innovative and output-oriented personality with good communication skills.
6 Good command of English. Excellent English and Chinese in writing, speaking and reading.
7 Willingness to update professional knowledge and skills. 
8 Excellent interpersonal, diplomatic skills and good team worker.
9 Strong project management skills, results orientation.
10 Experience of working in an international context and the ability to respect and work well with people from different cultures and backgrounds.
11 Adheres to WWF’s values