15 July, 2015

5696 Efate Land Management Area (ELMA) Officer

Shefa Provincial Government Council 

Port Vila, Vanuatu
Job Hours:
Full Time
Due Date:

Job Description:
The Efate Land Management Area (ELMA) is a proposed conservation area within central Efate, the aim of which is to preserve Efate’s water sources and catchment areas, wildlife and resources for the benefit of the environment and future generations. The ELMA Project Officer will assist in the continued development and implementation of the ELMA project. The position requires a broad skill set for a motivated and committed individual. Project work will include undertaking a community environmental education program, developing high level environmental management plans, assisting in custom land negotiations, implementing on-the-ground environmental management, developing project grant applications, and liaison between the local communities, chiefs, conservation committees, provincial and national government. The ELMA Officer will join a small project team.

  • Bachelor/Certificate/Diploma in Environmental Science, Environmental Management, Community
  • Development or related field
  • Desired 2-3 years experience in environmental projects, field work, project management, community development work, custom land issues
  • Project management skills including financial management
  • Computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel
  • Reliability
  • Problem solving skills
  • Confident public speaker
  • Commitment to project


Level D2 Local Government


English, Bislama

How To Apply:

Email, Post, In person - Your application must include a Cover letter, CV and up to 2 references and submitted to either of the following addresses provided.

Contact Person:

Michel Kalworai|Vanessa Organo


(+678) 7116799
Address: The Secretary General, SHEFA Provincial Government Council, P.M. Bag 9078, Port Vila, Vanuatu



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        14-July-15 Direct from Employer

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