Officer, Environmental Education
Title: Officer, Environmental Education (专员，环境教育)
Reports to: Manager, Environmental Education
• Support the EEP director and manager to develop and implement strategy plan.
• Operate the WWF Panda studio online and offline activities.
• Support the manager to develop WWF EE training materials.
• Develop project related communication newsletter and related activities.
• Responsible for volunteer recruitment, training and management to contribute the operation of programme.
• Support to the programme management and delivery, esp. relevant budget plan, routine reports development, communication and monitoring work.
• Maintain and develop partnership network with local governmental departments, NGOs, local communities, consultants, academic institutions, and contracted international organizations.
• Closely work with WWF PED team and relevant conservation staff to transfer technical information into interactive environmental education projects with localized symbols to support public engagement work.
• Deliver other tasks and ensure qualified outcomes requested by line manager.
• Bachelor degree in education, conservationand other related area is preferred.
• At least 3 years working experiences in environmental education related area.
• Familiar with nature conservation and education relevant knowledge and strong learning ability to take in such project information.
• Good experience of project management.
• Team work in priority, proactive, accountable, enthusiastic, self-management and self-motivated personality and commitment to nature conservation.
• Good communication skills.
• Proficiency in Mandarin and English.
WWF China initiated the Environmental Education Programme in 1996. It empowers individuals to contribute to solving environmental issues and promoting sustainable development. With this vision, we have been working with partners from academia, governments, nature reserves, NGOs, media and private sectors, etc. We started by introducing ideas and best practices from abroad and gradually developed and communicated our own EE strategies that applies to the local conditions in China. We have built a platform for EE practitioners to learn and practice, provided the general public with EE learning and participating opportunities, promoting diverse conservation public engagement.
• Candidates should send a cover letter addressing the selection criteria together with a CV in English and Chinese as email attachments to HR@wwfchina.org.
• Please indicate the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email and please indicate your salary expectation within the cover letter.