The Zoological Society of London is an international wildlife conservation organization with a focus on science-based and pragmatic solutions. ZSL has been active in Indonesia for about 10 years, with a particular focus on the overlap between industrial development and biodiversity conservation. ZSL’s Indonesia is based in Bogor, West Java, with existing field projects in Jambi and South Sumatera.We are now looking for:
TIGER PROTECTION ASSISTANT COORDINATOR
Terms and Condition
Start Date : December 2017
Duration of Contract : One year fix- term Contract, with potential to extend
Work Area : The Tiger Protection Assistant Coordinator will be based in
Hours of Work : Monday to Friday from 09.00 am up to 05.00 pm
Reporting to : Tiger Protection Coordinator
Key Purpose of the Job
The Tiger Protection Assistant Coordinator will assist the Tiger Protection Coordinator (TPC) in conducting ZSL’s human-wildlife conflict mitigation and tiger – protection patrolling actvities across ZSL’s working site in Berbak – Sembilang and Dangku landscapes.
ZSL The Zoological Society of London (ZSL), a charity founded in 1826, is a world-renowned centre of excellence for conservation science and applied conservation. ZSL’s mission is to promote and achieve the worldwide conservation of animals and their habitats. This is realised by carrying out field conservation and research in over 50 countries across the globe and through education and awareness-raising at our two zoos, ZSL London Zoo and ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, inspiring people to take conservation action.
1. Liaise with related stakeholder to ensure the effectiveness of TPPU and WCRT activities
2. Provide an effective administration/co-ordination service to the related stakeholders to
ensure all activities appropriately supported to meet its project goals.
3. Responsible for updating and maintaining databases using SMART system and administration systems,
ensuring accuracy of inputting and reports.
4. Assist TPC to ensure the project activities are properly implemented.
5. Assist TPC to provide capacity building to TPPU and WCRT’s personnel when needed to meet project
6. Assist TPC to provide regular report
• The job requires continued professional internal and external interaction/ communications,
both in person and via phone and email.
• The post holder will actively communicate and engage with other related NGOs, private sectors, local
community and government agencies i.e National Park authorities and Conservation of Natural
Resources agency (BKSDA) to meet the project goals
This post will be mentally demanding; often the post-holder will find themselves in unexpected situations and be required to take quick decisions, finding solutions and deciding upon the best strategy to take.
This post will require time flexibility due to human-tiger conflict work often happening out of office hours.
• This post will require extensive work dealing with government agencies and community.
• This post will require strong collaboration with law enforcement agencies/officials.
• This position will be office based but considerable travel or field work is likely to be required.
Expectations of Job Holder
• To ensure that the policy for equality of opportunity is adhered to and promoted in all aspects of
the post holder’s work.
• To ensure effective quality control and continuous improvement in all aspects of the work and
responsibilities attached to this post.
• Demonstrate professionalism towards sensitive and confidential information.
• To comply with and promote Health and Safety policies and procedures and to undertake recommended
Health and Safety training as and when necessary.
• To be committed to professional self-development, through participation in in-service training as
necessary for the successful carrying out of the job.
• To undertake such other duties as are commensurate with the grade of the post.
NB: This job description is designed to outline a range of main duties that may be encountered. It is not designed to be an exhaustive list of tasks and can be varied in consultation with the post holder in order to reflect changes in the job or the organisation.
A. Qualifications & Experience
1. Minimum Bachelor degree in Biology and Forestry, Animal Health Paramedic and/or other related field
with equivalent experience
2. Extensive experience in wildlife conservation or a closely related area
3. Minimum 5 years’ successful experience working in similar position with an international NGO.
4. Self-motivated and resourceful, with the proven ability to multi-task and operate successfully
under tight deadlines and time pressures.
1. An understanding of Indonesian Laws on forestry and wildlife
C. Skills & Abilities
1. Computer literacy (excellent IT skills); competent in the use of Microsoft Excel, Word, and other
2. Familiar with conservation – related software programme e.g GIS (Arcview, MapSource), SMART would
be an advantage
3. Good ability in project planning, implementation, and evaluation
4. Able to work independently without supervision but also accustomed to working in a team.
5. Good communications skills – able to express complex information in a simple and succinct manner.
6. Self-starter, pro-active and uses initiative – can work independently and priorities own work load.
7. Preferably a high level of written and spoken English.
8. High level of attention to detail and accuracy.
9. Flexible and able to work under pressure and often to tight deadlines; including an ability to
10. Highly motivated.