NACSO has an opportunity for two interns to join the two-year Donald Hamer Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP). The programme aims to train graduates to become future leaders in the Community Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) sector.
The opportunity offers a diverse learning environment in the fields of business, governance and natural resource management, which makes up NACSO’s three pillars and thematic working groups. Interns work with specialists from NGOs, government and consultancies who supports CBNRM through NACSO’s working groups- Natural Resource Working Group (NRWG), Business Enterprise and Livelihoods Working Group (BELWG) and Institutional Development Working Group (IDWG).
One of the interns will work closely within the IDWG, based in Windhoek, while the other will be required to do data management at Save the Rhino Trust (SRT) in Kunene region. A detailed job description can be found here.
If any of the positions appeals to you, please email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it at the NACSO offices, 19 Lossen Street, Ausspannplatz.
Take note that the closing date is 27 March 2020 at 16:00 pm.
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