WWF India Recruitment – Programme Officer Vacancies – Last Date 30 June 2017

World Wide Fund India (WWF India)

Programme Officer

Address:   Lodhi Estate, New Delhi, Delhi  110003
Experience requirements ( अनुभव ) : Applicants should have at least 3 years’ experience in the marine conservation sector with a degree in a related field.
Desired skills ( वांछित कौशल ) : Strong English language skills, both written and oral are required for this position. Knowledge about marine conservation issues in India would be an asset. The ability and willingness to undertake multiple tasks and work independently is also essential.
Last date to apply for this job ( अंतिम तारीख ) : 06/30/2017
The most effective method to apply ( आवेदन कैसे करे ) : Please present a progressive CV (saying your full name in the resume connection), giving insights in regards to remuneration got in the present task, expected compensation, and three references. Last Date for sending applications: 30 June, 2017

About World Wide Fund India (WWF India)

WWF-India was built up as a Charitable Trust on 27 November 1969 to assist the mission is to stop the debasement of the planet’s indigenous habitat and manufacture a future in which people live in congruity with nature. Rechristened World Wide Fund for Nature-India in 1987, WWF-India has more than 40 years of involvement in this field.

A testing, productive, science-based association, WWF-India, with regards to the fundamentals of its parent association, addresses issues like the survival of species and living spaces, environmental change and natural training. Throughout the years, its point of view has widened to mirror a more comprehensive comprehension of preservation issues confronting the nation.

Site: http://www.wwfindia.org/

Office Address:WWF-India, 172 B, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi-110003 Tel: +91 11 4150 4815

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