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TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR MONITORING AND EVALUATION OFFICER, LEVEL 6 (24 MONTHS)

Basic Salary: $1,691,168 - $2,099,505 p.a., plus applicable allowances


1.      OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSIGNMENT

Under the direct supervision of the Senior Director, Planning and Evaluation, the incumbent is responsible for undertaking activities to strengthen the monitoring evaluating and reporting of/on plans, programmes and initiatives within the Agency. The incumbent will also assist in the design and is responsible for the coordination and implementation of the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) framework and Plan for Forest Management Plans (FMP) and mechanisms to standardize M&E approaches across the Agency.

 

2.      DETAILED DESCRIPTION SCOPE OF WORK

 The incumbent will be expected to undertake certain key tasks, described below, in order to meet the objectives outlined above in Part 1 of this Terms of Reference. Management/Administrative Responsibilities

▪ Develops, identifies appropriate Results Framework indicators and targets related to Sustainable Forest Management (SFM); collects baseline data for the relevant indicators; choose the means of measurement; and define targets, key risks, and assumptions linked to these indicators;

▪ Develops and implements Monitoring and Evaluation Plan for FMPs;

▪ Assists in the development and revision of the programme design, programme logic model and theory of change for core programmes in the Agency;

▪ Assists in the development and/or finalization of performance monitoring framework (PMF), and incorporates PMF into the online M&E solution;

▪ Reviews the quality of existing data in the core programme areas, the methods of collecting it, and the degree to which it will provide good baseline statistics for impact evaluation;

▪ Assists in developing monitoring and evaluation design, question, criteria and indicator selection;

▪ Assists in the implementation of the Agency’s M&E Agenda. Technical/ Professional Responsibilities

▪ Maintains and administer the M&E database;

▪ Collects data on a regular basis to measure achievement against the performance indicators.

▪ Monitors the input of data into the online system by stakeholders and conduct data quality checks

▪ Supports programme progress reporting, mid-term review and final evaluation;

▪ Identifies lessons learned and develop case studies to capture qualitative outputs of the programmes, projects and initiatives. Provide advice to the Senior Director on improving programme performance using M&E findings;

 ▪ Provides technical advice on new data collection regimes;

 ▪ Reviews project/activity/program statements of work and programme descriptions to ensure that methods to measure performance results are adequate and feasible

▪ Assists with M&E training initiatives to strengthen capabilities within the Agency

▪ Performs field visits to ensure the quality and accuracy of collected or reported data where necessary;

▪ Collaborates with internal and external stakeholders in the development of PMFs;

 ▪ Prepares progress reports on the efficiency and usage of the M&E online database;

▪ Prepares performance M&E reports for FMPs and prepare presentations based on M&E data as required.

 ▪ Participates in technical reviews and provide comments on draft documents to ensure that monitoring and evaluation plans and reports meet the Agency’s requirements;

▪ Represents the Agency at local, regional and international meetings, conferences, seminars, workshops, Ministries and committees and other functions as required;

▪ Communicates and coordinates with Primary Implementing Entities (PIEs) and internal stakeholders on information regarding M&E working group

 

1.      DELIVERABLES KEY DELIVERABLES STANDARDS FOR DELIVERY

Work plans detailing the targets and standards for the execution of activities

Work Plan identifying outputs, measures, standards and required resources completed within the first ten (10) days of contract commencement

Monthly progress reports and other related/requested reports

Reports highlighting the status of key objectives are produced in conformance to reporting standards and within established timelines

 

2.      EXPERTISE REQUIRED

▪ First degree in Social Sciences (eg. Project Management, Programme evaluation, Statistics, Management) or related discipline.

▪ At least two (2) years’ work experience conducting monitoring and evaluation activities.

 ▪ Project management certification will be considered an asset.

 

Required Competencies:

▪ Experience in survey design and implementation;

▪ Experience in evaluation, monitoring and results-based management

▪ Experience in logic modelling/logical framework analysis;

▪ Good understanding of quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis;

▪ Experience in participatory approaches.

▪ Sound data analytics skills and database management skills;

▪ Ability to capture, sift and present critical information in a user-friendly manner


3.      LOCATION

The main location of the assignment will be at the Forestry Department Head Office- 173 Constant Spring Road, Kingston 8.

 

4.      ANTICIPATED DURATION

The assignment is to be completed within 24 months following the inception of the contract.

 

5.      CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

The incumbent is required to comment on any potential conflicts of interest arising out of other assignments or a conflicting involvement in other assignments.

 

6.      CONFIDENTIALITY

 The incumbent agrees to keep confidential all information that they receive, directly or indirectly, from Forestry Department or any other stakeholder, as well as all copies that they make, or have been made by third parties, on the basis of such information (collectively, the Material). The incumbent shall use the Material exclusively for the purpose of preparing deliverables relevant to this assignment. The confidentiality obligations shall not apply to information in the public domain. The incumbent shall only permit access to the Material to persons within their organisations on a need-to-know basis. The incumbent shall explicitly inform such persons of the confidential nature of the Material and, prior to providing them the Material, subject them to the confidential obligations contained in this Terms of Reference.


Applications along with resumes should be submitted no later than Friday, June 25, 2021 to:

Senior Director, Human Resource Management and Development,

173 Constant Spring Road, Kingston 8 

email: hrmd.fd@gmail.com 



We thank all persons who express an interest, however, only short-listed applicants will be contacted. 

 

TERMS OF REFERENCE

FOR

TECHNICAL OFFICER – FOREST SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SERVICES, LEVEL 6 (24 MONTHS)

Basic Salary: $1,691,168 - $2,099,505 p.a., plus applicable allowances

 

1.      BACKGROUND

The current four (4) year European Union Budget Support Programme (EU BSP) initiative which commenced 2018 between the Government of Jamaica and the EU will create increased technical workflows and procurement activities within the Forest Science and Technology Services (FS&TS) Division.Under the 11th EDF, EU BSP for Jamaica, the Forestry Department will conduct core activities that contribute to our national development strategy as outlined in the Agency’s National Forest Management and Conservation Plan. Through eight major indicators, the Forestry Department will be implementing key activities which are centered on the environment and climate change focal sector of this financial support initiative. Five (5) of these indicators require direct technical input from the FS&TS Division.  In addition to this, it has becomenoticeable that the turn over time and response to information request, especially those from our external clients are not in keeping with therequired standards and as a result, request for information are not adequately dealt with. This results in the client making several formal requests on the same matter to the entity and not receiving a timely response which may leave the Forestry Department with a poor reputation amongst its stakeholders.

 2.      OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSIGNMENT

The incumbent will provide technical support to the Senior Director, Forest Science and Technology Services (FS&TS) Division to ensure that the technical outputs from the division are delivered in a timely manner according to performance standards or guidelines. The incumbent will also assist the Senior Director, with technical duties by providing a wide variety of complex and confidential technical support; communicating information (technical and otherwise) on behalf of the Senior Director to various stakeholders or team leads/members as directed.

3.      DETAILED DESCRIPTION SCOPE OF WORK

The incumbent will be expected to undertake certain key tasks, described below, in order to meet the objectives outlined above in Part 2 of this Terms of Reference.

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Assists in the preparation and or finalization of the Divisional Operational Plans, Procurement Plans, Forest Management Plans and budget and related budgetary programmes;
  • Assists in the development of Implementation Plan based on alignment with the Operational and Strategic Plans of the Division and by extension the Agency;
  • Drafts and/or edits technical correspondence and communications and disseminate final versions as instructed by the Senior Director;
  • Monitor technical schedules and timelines for the divisional outputs to meet internal and external demands/requests;
  • Assists in organizing and coordinating, technical workshops, seminars, training sessions, exhibitions or forums conducted by the Division;
  • Captures and documents information coming out of the technical sessions; generate summary reports with major decisions/actions points for follow up with Senior Director on subsequent actions;
  • Liaises with CEO’S office with regards to technical information requests for review and approval;
  • Identifies and resolves minor problems and situations that affect the efficient flow of work directed at the Senior Director’s desk/office;
  • Any other technical related tasks.

 

 Technical/Professional

  •  Participates in meetings, workshops, seminars and other events as needed;
  • Conducts documentary research as requested and compile reports as needed;
  • Assists in the preparation of technical material to support the Division/Agency sensitization/education programme;
  • Conducts research to assist with the preparation of reports, proposals, project plans and other documents;
  • Collates information and prepares the Monthly, Quarterly, Annual, and other special reports and or presentations;
  • Edits technical documents/reports/presentation et cetera;
  • Schedules and arranges technical meetings, focus groups, field visits et cetera;
  • Prepares background technical information and co-ordinates documents or activities that may be needed before meetings;
  • Answers technical related queries and prepares responses to requests from internal and external stakeholders;
  • Reviews and proof-read draft and final technical documents from branches directed to the Senior Director;
  • Attends technical meetings and produces accurate minutes/notes;
  • Provides administrative functions for relevant technical committees, including recording decisions and distributing minutes;
  • Reads and analyses submissions made to theSenior Director to determine the nature of the submissions and ensure proper dissemination;
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities as may be determined by the SeniorDirector from time to time.

 

4.      DELIVERABLES

KEY DELIVERABLES

STANDARDS FOR DELIVERY

Work plans detailing the targets and standards for the execution of activities

Work Plan identifying outputs, measures, standards and required resources completed within the first ten (10) days of contract commencement.

Research paper and reports

 

Research and reports are complete, meet deadlines and quality standards agreed with the Senior Director.


Documents produced are corrected as draft no more than two (2) times.

Arrangements of technical workshops, seminars and training sessions

Arrangements are made, as agreed with Senior Director.

Minutes are produced

Minutes of technical meetings are transcribed and disseminated within five (5) working  days of meeting held.

Technical requests and matters redirected

 

Established rules and procedures are followed in responding to requests and queries

Required follow through conducted

Follow up actions from technical meetings completed within specified time.

  

5.      EXPERTISE REQUIRED

  • A First Degree in Forestry/Environmental  or Earth Sciences/Natural Resource Management/Agriculture or Related Science field
  • Knowledge of Climate Change strategies and REDD+ would be an asset.
  • Two (2) years working experience in a Technical Supporting role.

 

OR

  • Associate Degree in Forestry/Environmental or Earth Sciences/Natural Resource Management/Agriculture or Related Science field.
  • Four (4) years working experience in a Technical Supporting role.

·         Working knowledge of events planning

Required Competencies:

  •  Knowledge of Government of Jamaica regulations, policies and principles including the Procurement Guidelines
  • Basic Project Management skills
  • Methodical and analytical skills
  • Planning and organizing skills
  • Research and information gathering skills
  • Competency in the use of Microsoft Suite of tools
  • Results and team oriented
  • Good time management skills

  • Skills:

 Strong technical reporting writing skills

·         Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office particularly, productivity applications such as  Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint

·         Possess an awareness of Geographic Information Systems (open source and proprietor)

·         Basic knowledge in computer solutions to manage and disseminate information, plan and schedule meetings and maintain administrative records.

 6.      LOCATION

The main location of the assignment will be at the Forestry Department Head Office- 173 Constant Spring Road, Kingston 8. 

 7.      ANTICIPATED DURATION

The assignment is to be completed within 24 months following the inception of the contract.

 

8.      ConflictS of Interest

The incumbent is required to comment on any potential conflicts of interest arising out of other assignments or a conflicting involvement in other assignments.

 

9.      Confidentiality

The incumbent agrees to keep confidential all information that they receive, directly or indirectly, from Forestry Departmentor any other stakeholder, as well as all copies that they make, or have been made by third parties, on the basis of such information (collectively, the Material). The incumbent shall use the Material exclusively for the purpose of preparing deliverables relevant to this assignment. The confidentiality obligations shall not apply to information in the public domain. The incumbent shall only permit access to the Material to persons within their organisations on a need-to-know basis. The incumbent shall explicitly inform such persons of the confidential nature of the Material and, prior to providing them the Material, subject them to the confidential obligations contained in this Terms of Reference.


Applications along with resumes should be submitted no later than Friday, June 25, 2021 to:

Senior Director, Human Resource Management and Development,

173 Constant Spring Road, Kingston 8 

email: hrmd.fd@gmail.com 


We thank all persons who express an interest, however, only short-listed applicants will be contacted. 

FOREST RANGER (Level 5)

Basic Salary: $1,247,122 - $1,544,475 p.a., plus applicable allowances

JOB PURPOSE:

Under the direct supervision of the Senior Compliance & Enforcement Officer, the incumbent is responsible for enforcing the legislation of the Agency for the prevention, detection, control and mitigation of illegal and impermissible activities on Forest Reserves, Forest Management areas and all Crown Lands managed by the Agency in accordance with the provisions of the Forestry Act, the Forest Regulations, and other forest related natural resources and environmental Acts and Regulations.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITY AREAS

Management/administrative 

§  Obtains from the Senior Enforcement & Compliance Officer, schedules and guidelines for undertaking duties assigned;

 

Technical/functional

 §  Patrol Forest Reserves, Crown Lands managed by the Agency, Forest Management Areas (where applicable), National Parks, Watersheds, Wildlife Sanctuaries, Forest Management, Conservation and Protected areas;

§  Monitors the activities of unauthorized persons on the Forest Reserves and Crown Lands managed by the Agency to prevent squatting and other illegal activities;

§  Removes or assists with the removal, from Forest Reserves and Crown Lands managed by the Agency, or persons intending to squat, before they are settled;

§  Investigates all offences defined under the Forest Act and / or Forest Regulations that are detected and takes/follow up on the necessary remedial action to prevent degradation of the environment within the forested areas managed by the Agency;

§  Liaises closely with Forest Technicians within the Region/Zone to discuss matters of mutual interest; and liaising, also, with other Enforcement personnel employed to other Government agencies concerned with conservation of the environment;

§  Interfaces with representatives of the local community within the Region in order to encourage, develop and maintain the community's interest in conserving and protecting the environment;

§  Educates and informs the private forest owners on forestry and environmental matters;

§  Support the efforts of Government agencies to protect the environment, and the areas of Crown land which are forested in general;

§  Reports to the Senior Enforcement & Compliance Officer using the prescribed offence reporting forms, all illegal activities detected and assists with subsequent investigation and follow up actions to curtail and resolve the illegal activities as appropriate under the various Acts and Regulations.

§  Attends court hearings, as required, to give evidence in connection with offences detected and / or investigated;

§  Patrols areas of assignment in accordance with patrolling plans, work plans and itineraries provided and ensures that forest boundaries are kept open and boundary monuments remain intact;

§  Identifies and reports incidences of up-rooted monuments; and following up on replacements where appropriate;

§  Protecting threatened and endangered

§  Works with assigned personnel to clear blocked or establish new boundaries and to identify original boundaries during disputes; and

§  Any other duties that may be assigned from time to time.

 

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES

Technical

§  Ability to use owns instinct effectively;

§  Ability to effect enforcement skills and techniques;

§  Knowledge of forest survival skills;

§  Proficient knowledge of fire laws and regulations;

§  Proficient computer skills;

 

Behavioural

§  Highly self-motivated;

§  Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written;

§  Ability to work well as a team;

§  Good moral character;

§  Ability to manage limited resources in order to achieve challenging output targets;

§  Sound personal and professional integrity;

§  Excellent customer orientation skills;

 

Minimum Education and Experience:

§  Associate Degree in Agriculture Sciences, Environmental Science or related area

§  Two (2) years field experience OR

§  Any other acceptable combination of qualification and experience


 

Applications along with resumes should be submitted no later than Friday, June 25, 2021 to:

Senior Director, Human Resource Management and Development,

173 Constant Spring Road, Kingston 8 

email: hrmd.fd@gmail.com 


We thank all persons who express an interest, however, only short-listed applicants will be contacted. 

 SILVICULTURIST (LEVEL 6)

Basic Salary: $1,691,168 - $2,099,505 p.a., plus applicable allowances

 

JOB PURPOSE:

With the oversight of the Senior Director, Silviculture, the incumbent ensures that all plantations and reforestation efforts are done according to established silvicultural best practices and guidelines.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITY AREAS:

Management/ Administrative Responsibilities

  • Develops objectives and individual work plans for protection and planting programmes in the Forest Estates;
  • Attends regular meetings and ensures that proper records of all silviculture operations are kept in readiness for use by relevant personnel;
  • Ensures that implemented silvicultural activities are within approved budget limits;
  • Represents the Agency at local, regional and international meetings, conferences, seminars, workshops and other functions as required;
  • Mediates in disputes and resolve conflicts ensuring proper documentation of issues, concerns and outcomes;
  • Organises, attends and facilitate public awareness sessions such as workshops, seminars and fields days in collaboration with the Director, Applied Forest Research and the Forest Education and Information officer;
  • Provides inputs to the development of Forest Management Plans;
  • Evaluates performance against pre-determined objectives;
  • Keeps abreast of developments and changes that may have significant impact on initiatives being undertaken to achieve sustainable forestry management and preservation;

 Technical/ Professional Responsibilities

 Provides professional silviculture guidance and assistance;

  • Maintains silvicultural standards and guidelines for stand improvement, reforestation, tree improvement, thinning, pruning, elimination of undesirable species and weed control;
  • Ensures that appropriate conservation strategies are in place for the protection of threatened and endangered species;
  • Ensures an integrated approach to vegetation management that sustains ecological diversity and species habitat;
  • Liaises with the Research and Development Branch on matters of forest research programmes and plans;
  • Participates in the development of methodologies for the restoration of degraded forests lands;
  • Evaluates growth and development of tree species in response to a variety of silvicultural practices that may include site preparation, planting density, fertilization, pre-commercial thinning, pruning, commercial thinning, and a variety of regeneration harvest strategies;
  • Evaluates a wide range of silvicultural systems (even-aged and multi-aged) to meet diverse management goals;
  • Investigates the effects of forest operations and management activities on long-term site productivity including nutrient cycling, changes in soil conditions, and vegetation responses;
  • Participates in tree- and stand-level growth models that characterize stand dynamics for a wide range of silvicultural practices and regimes;
  • Makes recommendations for the application of trees in a wide range of land use alternatives;
  • Develops more efficient methods to collect tree, stand, and landscape-level data for the design of forest operations and modelling of stand dynamics;
  • Develops and adapt advanced technologies that allow better design, implementation, and monitoring of forest operations and their impacts;
  • Recommends appropriate species for the range of sites for forest establishment and/or restoration;
  • Liaises with the Zonal Directors & Regional Forest Managers to determine the levels of activities being carried out in the Forest Zones/Regions – ensures that technical contents of job are executed;
  • Provides silvicultural guidance to the private forestry programme;
  • Ensures the collection of silvicultural data and information by:

~          Ensuring the regeneration potential of the natural forest, and of the dynamics of stand development and growth rate are assessed and determined; and

~          Ensuring that plantation information is made available for future analysis to determine the suitability and potential of artificial regeneration methodologies;

  • Assist with technical training in areas related to Silviculture;

 

             Human Resource Responsibilities

 §  Manages the welfare and development of direct reports through the preparation of performance appraisal and recommendation of required training and development programmes;

§  Provides leadership and guidance to direct reports through objective setting, effective planning, delegation, communication, training, mentoring and coaching and providing assistance and support as needed;

§  Participates in the recruitment of staff for the Agency/Branch/Unit; and

§  Establishes and maintains a system that fosters a culture of teamwork, employee empowerment and commitment to the Branch’s and organization’s goals.

 

 

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES (Core and technical to be specified):

 

The post-holder will be able to demonstrate:

 

Behavioural

  • Sound analytical and strategic thinking;
  • An ability to prioritise amongst conflicting demands and make rational decisions based upon a sound understanding of the facts in limited time;
  • An ability to manage limited resources in order to achieve challenging output targets;
  • Sound personal and professional integrity;
  • Strong customer orientation skills;
  • Ability to build partnership in achieving operational goals;
  • Effective oral and written communication skills;
  • Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships;

 Technical

  • Excellent knowledge of forestry science applicable to a wide range of silvicultural activities;
  • Knowledge of principles related to ecology, entomology, hydrology, forest soils and climate, plant pathology, wildlife biology and forest genetics;
  • Knowledge of applied research and development as well as statistics;
  • An ability to analyse and interpret scientific information for decision making;
  • Understands basic plant processes – such as reproduction, water and nutrient relations, wood formation, and root development and apply this knowledge to the establishment and growth of forest trees and shrubs;
  • Ability to use office productivity tools efficiently and effectively (Excel, Word etc.).
  • Excellent Planning & Organizing skills;

 MINIMUM REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  •  A First Degree in Forestry/Natural or Environmental Sciences/Agriculture;
  • Training in Silviculture;
  • A working knowledge of Project and Planning Techniques;
  • A working knowledge of Land husbandry;
  • Certificate in supervisory management;
  • 2 years of field experience;

 Or

Any other acceptable combination of academic qualification and field experience.

  

Applications along with resumes should be submitted no later than Friday, June 25, 2021 to:

Senior Director, Human Resource Management and Development,

173 Constant Spring Road, Kingston 8 

email: hrmd.fd@gmail.com 


We thank all persons who express an interest, however, only short-listed applicants will be contacted. 

FOREST MANAGER - SOUTH EAST REGION (LEVEL 7)

Basic Salary: $2,220,352 - $2,760,984 p.a., plus applicable allowances


JOB PURPOSE:

Under the general direction of the Senior Director,Zonal Operations the incumbent is responsible for managing, and protecting the forest resources within a Forest Region.

 

This will be achieved through the implementation of the Forest management plan and related Forestry programmes which ensure the maintenance of Forest Management Areas (FMA). The incumbent will also ensure the achievement of performance targets outlined in the plan and will use monitoring systems to track progress throughout designated periods. 

 

 KEY RESPONSIBILITY AREAS:

Technical/ Professional Responsibilities

 

§  Directs the forest management activities within the forest region, in keeping with the Forest legislation, forest management plan, divisional plan and effective conservation and protection practices.

§  Monitors the implementation of Forest Management Plans to ensure that predetermined objectives are met.

§  Assists with ensuring the recommendations of the Silviculture programme are implemented within the Region.

§  Collaborates with the Public Relations & Corporate Communications Branch in the implementation of the Public Awareness and Public educations programmes in the Region through workshops, seminars, schools visits and field visits.

§  Develops and monitors the implementation of work plans for the assigned region.

§  Implements sustained revenue generating projects/activities in the Forest Region in accordance with the approved Forest Plan.

§  Ensures that programmes are in place to facilitate the formation and sustained operation of Local Forest Management Committees, which are identified for the Region, to allow for the engagement of the local community in the sustainable use of forests and their products.

§  Assists in the preparation and implementation of the Divisional Plan in collaboration with the Zone Director.

§  Participates in the implementation of the urban forestry programme.

§  Participates in the development and implementation of private forestry programme and initiatives.

§  Supports the establishment and management of the recreational facilities within the Region.

§  Facilitates and promotes community participation within the Forest Region.

§  Collaborates with other GOJ agencies in the development and implementation of forestry related programmes and projects which enhance the protection and preservation of endangered flora and fauna species.

§  Keeps abreast of developments and changes that may have significant impact on initiatives being undertaken to achieve sustainable forestry management.

 

Human Resource Responsibilities

 

§  Leads the work of staff and ensures that duties are performed efficiently and effectively.

§  Participates in the recruitment and selection of staff within Forest Regions and recommends transfer, promotion, termination and leave in accordance with established human resource policies and procedures.

§  Provides leadership and guidance to direct reports through objective setting, effective planning, delegation, communication, training, mentoring and coaching and providing assistance and support as needed.

§  Establishes and maintains a system that fosters a culture of teamwork, employee empowerment and commitment to the Division’s and Agency goals.

§  Reviews and approves individual work plans of direct reports.

§  Manages the welfare and development of direct reports through the preparation of performance appraisals and recommends required training and development programmes.

§  Evaluates the performance of direct reports and ensures that performance reports are done timely at prescribed intervals and in accordance with PMAS guidelines.

§  Mediates in disputes and resolves conflicts, ensuring proper documentation of issues, concerns and outcomes

 

Management/Administrative Responsibilities

 

§  Prepares, monitors and coordinates the annual budget for forest operations within the Region in accordance with the Agency’s goals and objectives.

§  Represents the Agency at meetings, conferences, workshops locally, regionally and internationally.

§  Conducts regular staff meetings and ensures that proper records are kept.

  

REQUIRED SKILLS/COMPETENCIES

 

  • Excellent leadership and management skills.
  • Sound strategic thinking and project management skills.
  • Strong customer orientation and partnership building skills.
  • Ability to manage limited resources in order to achieve challenging output targets.
  • Basic knowledge of financial management and budgeting.
  • Basic knowledge of the procurement procedures and the Financial Administration and Audit (FAA) Act.
  • Good knowledge of information technology support and operations.
  • Sound personal and professional integrity.

 

MINIMUM REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

           

§  A First Degree in Forestry, Environmental Management, Natural Resources or Agricultural Sciences or related field.

§  Four (4) years related experience.

§  Working knowledge of Project Management.

§  Training in relevant computer software applications.

 

OR

§  An Associate Degree in Forestry, Environmental Management, Natural Resources or Agricultural Sciences or related field.

§  Six (6) years related experience.

§  Working knowledge of Project Management.

§  Training in relevant computer software applications.

 

OR

Any other acceptable combination of academic qualification and related experience.

 


Applications along with resumes should be submitted no later than Friday, June 25, 2021 to:

Senior Director, Human Resource Management and Development,

173 Constant Spring Road, Kingston 8 

email: hrmd.fd@gmail.com 


We thank all persons who express an interest, however, only short-listed applicants will be contacted.