BirdLife Malta is looking to recruit a full-time Project Manager
to join their team within their
for their BirdLife Malta Conservation Team for their LIFE PanPuffinus project. The ideal candidate will report to the Head of Conservation.
BirdLife Malta, in conjunction with the Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture and its BirdLife partners in Portugal, Spain, France and Greece is embarking on the new EU LIFE-funded project LIFE PanPuffinus! for the conservation of the threatened Balearic Shearwater and the vulnerable Yelkouan Shearwater across the Mediterranean.
- Applicants must have at least three years’ experience of project and people management, preferably in the fields of conservation, fisheries, or related subjects, and be able to demonstrate excellent team working communication, and interpersonal skills;
- Budget management and financial control experience would be considered an asset;
- Previous experience in LIFE projects or species-based conservation projects, and the ability to communicate in the partnership languages will be preferable.
*Kindly attach your cover letter to your CV.
*Applications are to be sent by 7th November 2020.
BirdLife Malta is a non-governmental organisation working to conserve birds and their habitats in the Maltese Islands. Established in 1962, BirdLife Malta is the oldest environmental NGO in Malta. As a partner organisation of BirdLife International, we form part of a network of 120 NGOs worldwide, and with the aim of creating a united voice, we speak out for local and international wildlife. Our primary objective of conserving birds and habitats is achieved through our work in a variety of fields including research, education, and campaigning. The mission of BirdLife Malta is to conserve wild birds, their habitats, and biodiversity, working with people towards sustainability in the use of natural resources. For more than 50 years, BirdLife Malta has been an advocate for the protection of Maltese wildlife. We engage Maltese people in their natural environment and ensure a natural legacy is left for the next generation.