The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) seeks a Knowledge Manager to join the team of our Andes-Amazon Region. This position provides an opportunity for an outstanding professional with a relevant academic background (M.A./M.S. or higher) and work experience to join a cohesive, passionate, and committed team to save some of the world’s most spectacular wildlife and wild places on Earth. The position is based in Lima, Peru, and entails close collaboration with colleagues in Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, and the New York headquarters, as well as with WCS’s partners.
The Knowledge Manager is responsible for the overall Andes-Amazon knowledge sharing strategy, from planning to implementation. The main function of this position is to help champion knowledge sharing among WCS programs and key partners, so that Andes-Amazon field conservation community’s know-how, information and experience is shared inside the organization, and with partners and stakeholders.
As we understand it, knowledge sharing involves the whole process from designing and facilitating collaborative mechanisms, to capturing and synthesizing information and turning it into knowledge; to designing the most compelling and user-friendly products, tools and formats to share this knowledge and increase our conservation impact by disseminating best practices and models.
To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to WCSlatinamerica@wcs.org, Ref.: Knowledge Manager, Andes-Amazon Region. Please include at least three references and your salary expectations. Also, note that interviews will be carried out in Spanish and English.
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