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      Marine Aquarium Market Transformation Initiative (MAMTI):
      * Project Office Director, Philippines (Cebu or Manila) or Bali,
      Indonesia
      * MAMTI Project Business Development/M&E Manager, Philippines (Cebu
      or Manila) or Bali, Indonesia
      * MAMTI Project Human Resources Manager, Cebu, Philippines, and/or
      Bali, Indonesia


      Project Office Director
      Location - Philippines (Cebu or Manila) or Bali, Indonesia
      Marine Aquarium Market Transformation Initiative (MAMTI)

      Summary of MAMTI Project
      The Marine Aquarium Market Transformation Initiative (MAMTI) is a
      major project focused on coral reef fisheries and trade reform in
      Indonesia and the Philippines. The objective of the project is to
      replace destructive collection practices for marine aquarium fish
      and corals in these countries with an ecologically and economically
      sustainable approach. The project is focused almost entirely on the
      village level, and will build the capacity of a significant number
      of aquarium fish collector groups and their communities to conform
      to the Marine Aquarium Council (MAC) Certification Standards.
      Fishers will be trained in best practices for aquarium fish
      collection and husbandry, coral reef management and basic business
      principles. The project will work with stakeholders to establish
      management plans for the collection areas, based on scientific
      assessment and monitoring for the reefs and stocks. The project is
      funded by grants from the Global Environmental Facility, as well as
      a number of Foundations and unilateral aid organizations.

      Summary of Position
      The MAMTI Project Director manages the implementation of the MAMTI
      project in Indonesia and the Philippines. Working closely with MAC
      and its partners and contractors, the Director is responsible for
      ensuring the proper allocation of human and capital resources,
      developing and implementing financial and program-related project
      controls, establishing an effective management and communications
      framework and providing feedback to MAC regarding opportunities and
      challenges encountered in the field. The Director will have to work
      with the staff of three organizations committed to the project: The
      Marine Aquarium Council, Reef Check (reef and fishery assessment,
      monitoring and management planning) and the Community and
      Conservation Investment Forum (business skills and enterprise
      development for fishers).

      Qualifications
      Because the project combines elements of both coastal resource
      management and business development, the successful applicant will
      combine some or all of the following qualifications:

      • Extensive experience directing complex resource management
      projects in developing countries, preferably in relation to
      coastal/marine resources
      • Extensive experience building multi-site business operations
      in developing countries, preferably in relation to natural resource
      products
      • At least 10-15 years of progressively responsible experience
      in either or both fields
      • Extensive experience in directing projects funded by major
      multi-lateral organizations
      • Fluent in English and knowledge of Tagalog and/or Bahassa
      Indonesia
      • Graduate degree in either resource management or business
      management, preferably both
      • Proven ability to work in a highly dynamic, start-up
      environment

      The position will be initially headquartered in either Philippines
      (Cebu or Manila) or Bali, Indonesia. Compensation will be
      competitive with overseas salary, benefits and relocation allowance.
      The position will commence in January.

      Applicants should submit CVs and a detailed cover letter including
      their most recent salary. As we are hiring multiple positions,
      please indicate the position you desire. Applications should be sent
      no later than December 15, 2004. Detailed TORs for all project
      positions can be viewed at http://www.cciforum.org/careers.html

      Please note that all applications should be directed to:
      Melissa Clack
      Conservation and Community Investment Forum
      423 Washington Street, 4th Floor
      San Francisco, CA 94111
      Fax 415-982-7989
      Mamti.job@...


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      MAMTI Project Business Development/M&E Manager
      Location - Philippines (Cebu or Manila) or Bali, Indonesia
      Marine Aquarium Market Transformation Initiative (MAMTI)

      Summary of MAMTI Project
      The Marine Aquarium Market Transformation Initiative (MAMTI) is a
      major project focused on coral reef fisheries and trade reform in
      Indonesia and the Philippines. The objective of the project is to
      replace destructive collection practices for marine aquarium fish
      and corals in these countries with an ecologically and economically
      sustainable approach. The project is focused almost entirely on the
      village level, and will build the capacity of a significant number
      of aquarium fish collector groups and their communities to conform
      to the Marine Aquarium Council (MAC) Certification Standards.
      Fishers will be trained in best practices for aquarium fish
      collection and husbandry, coral reef management and basic business
      principles. The project will work with stakeholders to establish
      management plans for the collection areas, based on scientific
      assessment and monitoring for the reefs and stocks. The project is
      funded by grants from the Global Environmental Facility, as well as
      a number of Foundations and unilateral aid organizations.

      Summary of Position
      The MAMTI Project Business Development Manager directs all project
      efforts related to village-level business skills development. As
      such, s(he) is ultimately responsible for providing fishers with the
      training, business skills and resources required to form village-
      based cooperatives and succeed as small enterprises. This includes
      development of appropriate business training materials, recruitment
      and supervision of local trainers, development of business solutions
      to problems of a small rural fishery (such as unpredictable cash
      flows, seasonal variations, poor infrastructure, etc.) and providing
      feedback to MAC regarding opportunities and challenges encountered
      in the field.

      In addition, the Business Development Manager will be responsible
      for developing and implementing the monitoring and evaluation
      process for the MAMTI project. This includes developing the
      indicators of the project's success at the local and regional level,
      as well as establishing a data management system to track these
      indicators over the project's five-year duration.

      Qualifications
      A successful applicant will have the following minimum
      qualifications:

      • Extensive experience directing business development projects
      in developing countries, including design of local business
      solutions, development and implementation of training programs and
      development of efficient consulting service models
      • Private sector experience, preferably in multi-location
      businesses in developing countries, preferably with natural resource
      products, such as fisheries
      • Prior experience in designing project control systems for
      multiple locations
      • Proven ability to work in highly dynamic, start-up situations
      • Master's degree, preferably in a business-related subject
      • Fluency in Tagalog, Bahassa Indonesia, or both
      • Fluency in English

      The position will be initially headquartered in either Philippines
      (Cebu or Manila) or Bali, Indonesia. Compensation will be
      competitive with overseas salary and benefits. The position will
      commence in February.

      Applicants should submit CVs and a detailed cover letter including
      their most recent salary. As we are hiring multiple positions,
      please indicate the position you desire. Applications should be sent
      no later than December 15, 2004. Detailed TORs for all project
      positions can be viewed at http://www.cciforum.org/careers.html

      Please note that all applications should be directed to:
      Melissa Clack
      Conservation and Community Investment Forum
      423 Washington Street, 4th Floor
      San Francisco, CA 94111
      Fax 415-982-7989
      Mamti.job@...


      *********************************************************

      MAMTI Project Human Resources Manager
      Location - Cebu, Philippines, and/or Bali, Indonesia
      Marine Aquarium Market Transformation Initiative (MAMTI)

      Summary of MAMTI Project
      The Marine Aquarium Market Transformation Initiative (MAMTI) is a
      major project focused on coral reef fisheries and trade reform in
      Indonesia and the Philippines. The objective of the project is to
      replace destructive collection practices for marine aquarium fish
      and corals in these countries with an ecologically and economically
      sustainable approach. The project is focused almost entirely on the
      village level, and will build the capacity of a significant number
      of aquarium fish collector groups and their communities to conform
      to the Marine Aquarium Council (MAC) Certification Standards.
      Fishers will be trained in best practices for aquarium fish
      collection and husbandry, coral reef management and basic business
      principles. The project will work with stakeholders to establish
      management plans for the collection areas, based on scientific
      assessment and monitoring for the reefs and stocks. The project is
      funded by grants from the Global Environmental Facility, as well as
      a number of Foundations and unilateral aid organizations.

      Summary of Position
      The position is responsible for human resource functions related to
      a major, five-year international conservation project, which, at its
      most intensive period, will employ over 60 people. The functions the
      successful candidate will perform include recruiting of field and
      office staff, development and administration of benefit packages,
      management of logistical and legal arrangements, such as visas, work
      permits, etc., development of performance measurements metrics and
      processes and development of consistent work rules and processes.

      Qualifications
      A successful candidate will have the following qualifications:

      • At least five years of increasingly responsible experience
      in human resource management
      • Experience in international human resource management
      • Fluency in English, Bahassa Indonesia, and/or Tagalog
      • Experience in conservation or environmental project work is
      preferred
      • Bachelor's degree in human resource management or business
      management

      The position will be headquartered either in Cebu, Philippines,
      and/or Bali, Indonesia. Compensation will be competitive. The
      position will commence in January.

      Applicants should submit CVs and a detailed cover letter including
      their most recent salary. As we are hiring multiple positions,
      please indicate the position you desire. Applications should be
      sent no later than December 15, 2004. Detailed TORs for all project
      positions can be viewed at http://www.cciforum.org/careers.html

      Please note that all applications should be directed to:
      Melissa Clack
      Conservation and Community Investment Forum
      423 Washington Street, 4th Floor
      San Francisco, CA 94111
      Fax 415-982-7989
      Mamti.job@...


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