The Partnership has been formed to promote dialogue and collaboration for the conservation of migratory waterbirds and their habitats across the East Asian - Australasian Flyway. It is a voluntary initiative - currently with 26 partners including; 14 countries within the Flyway, 3 intergovernmental agencies and 9 international non-government organizations.
The Secretariat, led by the Chief Executive, is to facilitate communication and coordination of the Partnership and assist Partners to develop and implement collaborative activities across the Flyway. We are looking for an experienced team leader who can work and communicate effectively with a wide range of international stakeholders. The successful applicant will have the experience and confidence needed to work closely with governments, intergovernmental organizations, international NGOs and the corporate sector.
Please download the Job Description, application details and Job Application Form:
Fax or E-mail: +82 32 260 3009 (FAX) or
When sending in an application, following documents are required.
Job Application Form (CV or résumé in your own format is accepted provided that all the information required in the Job Application Form is included)
Statement addressing selection criteria (maximum 4 pages) (Give detailed information how you meet the selection criteria)
Submission of application via post or courier will not be accepted unless a digital medium (CD, DVD, SD or USB drive), with all required documents stored, is included.
In making your application for the position please address the following selection criteria (maximum 4 pages). The responses to these selection criteria, and your resume, will be used to short list candidates.
1. Demonstrated ability to lead a team working on international environmental issues.
2. International experience in environment/development issues with an emphasis on the Asian / Australasian region.
3. Effective working experience in a multi-cultural environment and with diverse organizations and decision makers in multiple countries
4. Experience in the establishment and maintenance of effective office management systems.
5. Demonstrated ability to manage organisational finances and human resources effectively.
6. Effective oral and written communication skills particularly in relation to international collaboration.
7. Experience with information technology.
8. Experience in negotiations and relationship management with key decision makers particularly in the EAAFP region.
9. Knowledge of waterbirds and wetland management issues in the East Asian – Australasian Flyway.
Ms. Aram Lee, East Asian - Australasian Flyway Partnership Secretariat
1905 Get Pearl Tower 7-50, Songdo-dong, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon 406-840, The Republic of Korea
Phone: +82 32 260 3004
Fax: +82 32 260 3009