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YOUR POSITION WITH TNC
In addition to its significant conservation, science and planning contributions to Mongolia’s Protected Area Strategy, TNC launched its Community based Natural Resource Management Strategy in July 2017 with an aim to improve the health of Mongolia’s vast grasslands and support the wildlife and people dependent upon it. This strategy rests on the principle that conservation outcomes are most effectively achieved with and through the people dependent upon those resources. Since the launch of the strategy, TNC Mongolia has been implementing Community-based Conservation (CBC) project in Khovd, Khentii, Dornod and Khusvgul aimags.
Under the general supervision of the CBC Project Lead, the Natural Resource Management (NRM) Officer will be responsible for the successful implementation of the CBO natural resource management plans. They will act as the focal point on aspects related to CBO NRM.
The NRM officer will ensure effective and efficient management and reporting of the results and impacts associated with the CBO NRM interventions including the pasture management plans and ecosystem monitoring. She/he is also expected to contribute to the monitoring and evaluation (M&E), knowledge management and communication, and reporting of the project, and signal any related delays, risks or concerns to the project lead.
Develop and implement a strategy and action plan to implement the CBO natural resources management, consistent with the overall project goals and aims of the CBC project;
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Natural Resource Management Officer
The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
Ulaanbaatar, , MN