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Roundup of agriculture Jobs in Kenya– 28th June, 2024

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Position: Consultant (Aquaculture Characterization in Kenya)

Employer: WorldFish

Location: Nairobi

About the position: WorldFish is conducting a study to understand the characteristics of aquaculture farmers in Kenya. We therefore invite interested research companies and individuals to submit proposals in respect of collecting data on aquaculture farmers in Kenya. The main objective of this call is to:

  • Identify aquaculture farmers in selected counties in Kenya.
  • Conduct data collection survey of aquaculture farmers in selected areas in Kenya.


The Consultant (s) must have the following skills and demonstratable competencies

  • Consultant must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in Aquaculture systems in Kenya.
  • Lead consultant must have a minimum of master’s degree in Aquaculture, Agricultural Economics, and related field.
  • Consultant must have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in data collection in aquatic food systems.
  • Consultant team must have strong skills in data analysis.
  • Experience in Geographic Information Systems is an advantage.


The role of consultant will be data collection through household surveys according to the schedule outlined by the impact assessment team.

For carrying out the abovementioned role the consultant is expected to:

  • Submit to WorldFish, a detailed plan of activities to implement this project;
  • Organize multistakeholder workshop on aquaculture hotspots and cold spots together with WorldFish staff;
  • Draft report of multistakeholder workshop on aquaculture hotspots and cold spots in Kenya;
  • Identify relevant areas in three (3) main aquaculture producing zones in Kenya: High production zones, middle production zones and low production zones together with WorldFish;
  • List/obtain list of aquaculture farmers in three (3) main producing zones in Kenya: High production zones (70% of respondents), middle production zones (25% of respondents) and low production zones (5% of respondents);
  • Obtain ethical clearance from relevant Institutional Review Board in Kenya before the commencement of the survey;
  • Carry out data collection up to, but not limited to 5000 household surveys (estimated 45 min. per survey) of selected farmers;
  • Recruit local enumerators for collection of data in selected counties in Kenya;
  • Arrange and facilitate training of enumerators to list farmers in the selected counties (if needed) and conduct household surveys in close collaboration with WorldFish;
  • Locate households from the list of farmers obtained from the list of aquaculture farmers collected;
  • Establish a data quality assurance process and deliver high quality primary datasets from household surveys;
  • Identify lessons learned from the fieldwork exercises and provide a report proposing practical recommendations for WorldFish that may help inform the design and implementation of future surveys;
  • Conduct analysis of the data to give insight to the data (socioeconomic, production and other relevant variables) and provide a report of the analysis of the data obtained;
  • Share data regularly for checking data quality and progress of the project;
  • Maintain effective communication with WorldFish Impact Assessment team throughout the study period;
  • All activities involving people must abide to procedures in accordance with WorldFish Human Research Ethics and local safety measures due to the coronavirus by obtaining informed consent from the study participants before collecting any information;
  • Spatial scope: the fieldwork will be deployed across three (3) main production areas in Kenya;
  • Deliverable timeline: timeline for each output might be subject to adjustments (prior consultation and approval with WorldFish) due to external factors (e.g. insecurity, weather changes, etc);


  • The consultant will report the progress of the assignment to WorldFish on monthly basis.

How to apply: unjobnet

Interested consultant are invited to submit the following materials for consideration no later than 24:00 (MYT) 30 June 2024:

Project proposal detailing how the assignment will be implemented, including CVs of consultant or implementing team.

Detailed financial proposal.

The screening will start as soon as possible and will continue until the position is filled. Only selected consultant candidates will be contacted.

Deadline: 30 June 2024


Position: Managing Director

Employer: African Agricultural Technology Foundation

Location: Kenya

About the position: Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Managing Director will oversee and manage all business operations, people, and initiatives of QBS. The Managing Director will be responsible for the overall success of the business and assume full accountability to the Board for all company operations.


  • Degree in agriculture, business, marketing, or a related field.
  • Strong private sector experience.
  • Communication, negotiation, and presentation at multiple levels.
  • Leadership and motivation of cross-functional teams.
  • Analytical skills of market research and demonstration of strategy development.
  • Proven record of achieving business targets and driving market growth.
  • Strong understanding of farming systems, agricultural practices, and hybrid maize seed market trends.
  • Demonstrable experience in developing and delivering against strategic and business plans.
  • Substantial experience of, leading, motivating and supporting an ambitious and high-performing team, and of managing senior staff.
  • Ten (10) years of progressive, senior level experience in business management/administration gained in a reputable national or international organization.
  • In-depth knowledge of the seed industry, in particular Maize seed and associated seed companies, in Sub-Sahara Africa.
  • Strong understanding of corporate finance and performance measures.
  • Demonstrated organizational and leadership experience.


Business Strategy

  • Work closely with the Board, provide leadership in developing the Vision, Mission and strategic direction for the Company.
  • Articulate and secure buy in of the Company’s vision, mission, and strategic direction across a wide range of internal and external stakeholders.
  • Lead the implementation of the Company’s strategy.
  • Formulate and implement market development strategies to improve market penetration of foundation maize seeds.
  • Develop and implement a strategic growth and operational plan to achieve overall revenue and volume targets in the different countries as set out by the Board.


  • Manage the P&L – deliver financial targets (e.g., net sales, gross profit, EBIT)
  • Implement an effective credit management strategy to support the sustainable growth of the business.
  • Lead and be accountable for business planning (including the strategic plan), forecasting, and budgeting processes.
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with key stakeholders, including seed companies, distributors, farmers, and agricultural organizations.
  • Have overall accountability for QBS brand positioning and delivery, including sales and customer growth relations.

People Management.

  • Lead a multifunctional team in developing and executing appropriate go-to-market approaches to achieve complementary commercial and social goals.
  • Attract, develop, manage, lead, and inspire a team to ensure consistent high performance, growth and retention of talent, and succession planning for key leadership and high impact roles.
  • Facilitate the engagement and provision of high-quality results and services of the team by offering technical support in work planning, performance management, coaching, and promotion of learning and development.

Stakeholder Management.

  • Build effective relationships, maintain trust and partnerships with key institutions and organisations (regulators, finance, industry associations and other partners & stakeholders) and seed companies in the Sub-Sahara Africa region to ensure collaboration and leveraging of the QBS mandate and capabilities.
  • Manage the preparation of investment related materials and ultimately ensure an effective interaction with shareholders.

Risk and Compliance

  • Serve as the custodian of company policies and lead in ensuring compliance to all business and related risk management measures.
  • Measure and leverage data-driven competitive and market information (competition actions, market trends, satisfaction levels, commercial acceptance, and regulatory issues).


  • Strong advocacy and communication skills including effective public relations.
  • Strong organisational skills with ability to plan and prioritise work activities to meet QBS goals and objectives.
  • Strong diplomatic and negotiation skills and nimble to changing environments and relationships.
  • Good networking skills and ability to build and sustain relationships with key partners.
  • A good understanding of agricultural sector, social, political, and regulatory environments

How to apply: Qualified candidates are invited to send their applications on or before 28 June 2024 to and clearly indicate on the email subject Managing Director Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

QBS is an equal opportunity employer; committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all religious and ethnic backgrounds and any other diversity groups to apply and become a part of our Company.


Position: Farmer Field Officer 

Employer: Biovision Africa Trust (BvAT)

Location: Kisii County

About the position: The overall purpose of this job is to contribute to promoting ecologically sustainable agricultural practices and technologies through participatory, market-oriented approaches to meet the needs of smallholder farmers while staying relevant to the context of the project.


  • Degree in either organic agriculture, agricultural extension, rural development, crop production, livestock development, community development, or any other closely related discipline in agriculture
  • Minimum of at least 3 years of relevant experience.
  • A certificate in project management/ monitoring and evaluation will be an added advantage.

Required Skills and Competencies:

Technical Skills

  • Knowledge in organic agriculture
  • Report writing skills.
  • Data collection skills
  • Ability to network and build partnerships.
  • Monitoring and evaluation
  • Networking

Behavioral Skills

  • Good communication skill
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Self-discipline
  • Flexibility
  • Creativity


Responsibility for finances and physical assets:

  • The job holder has accountability for assets such as advances, computers, laptops, motorbikes, furniture, printers, and books.

Decision making:

  • The job holder has no final authority on key decisions in the department other than routine decisions related to the execution of work.


  • The job holder has moderate access to confidential information – details of the farmer when collecting data

How to apply: If you believe you qualify for this position, please apply with your CV and cover letter as one file indicating a summary of your key qualifications and expected salary and benefits to and Cc. with the job title: Farmer Field Officer, on the subject line. We will not accept applications without a CV and cover letter. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.

Biovision Africa Trust is an equal-opportunity employer

Deadline: Not later than 4th August 2023


Position: African Pastoralism Technical Specialist

Employer: Conservation International

Location: South Africa, Botswana, or Kenya

About the position: 

The African Pastoralism Technical Specialist provides technical leadership, oversight, and support through advisory and active testing of ideas on site-based grasslands and savannah projects within Conservation International’s Africa Field Division, with a specific focus on Herding for Health (H4H) implementation. The technical specialist will ensure grasslands and savannah are adhering to the best sustainable livestock regenerative agriculture and land management practices and will directly coordinate with site-based technical staff to provide guidance and support as needed, for example in grazing area management and farmer engagements. They will operationalize fit-for-purpose sustainable livestock management approaches across all H4H sites, considering the different ecosystem types, cultural diversity, environmental variabilities, and animal health challenges that are prevalent in the different landscapes. They will update technical learning materials based on research and experience from demonstration sites and provide input to training partners for the development and implementation of relevant training materials.

In addition to providing site-specific technical input, the African Pastoralism Technical Specialist will form part of the CI Grasslands and Savannah Team, and will provide input to strategic planning, and fundraising proposals. They will work closely with other technical divisions in Conservation International and Peace Parks Foundation, responsible for restoration, technology development, Conservation Stewardship Agreements, and mapping.

The Technical Specialist will work closely with the Conservation Stewardship Program and site-based teams to engage and implement Stewardship Agreements.



  • Bachelor’s degree in animal production or grasslands and savannah management, grassland ecology, rangelands grasslands and savannah, animal health or other relevant fields. 
  • 4 to 6 years of experience as a livestock production expert and working with livestock farmers. Demonstrable experience working with farmers/pastoralism or as a livestock farmer and land management experience.
  • Up to 2 years of supervisory experience. 
  • Demonstrable experience in linking farmers to markets.
  • Experience with implementing projects in communal farming systems will be an advantage.
  • Livestock farming credentials will be highly recognized.
  • Good academic record with a strong publications profile will be considered.


  • Master’s degree in any of these relevant fields.
  • Strong communication and presentation skills including the ability to effectively convey complex details or technical information.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Basic administration and coordination skills are essential.
  • Highly familiar with etiquette, protocol, and employing cultural awareness and sensitivity.
  • Proven team player.
  • Self-driven with strong leadership and performance management.
  • Highly organized and able to manage multiple priorities simultaneously in a dynamic environment.


Strategy Implementation 

1. Livestock Production

  • Provide technical leadership in sustainable livestock management techniques including animal health, productivity, and nutrition for communal livestock farming.
  • Provide technical support to herding for health implementation with a focus on animal productivity, animal handling, branding, herd dynamics, herd health, and record keeping.
  • Develop fit-for-purpose community livestock management approaches that support healthier animals and healthier grasslands.
  • Assess herd genetics and engage farmers on suitable approaches to improve herd genetics in each of the Herding for Health cohorts.
  • Work together with veterinarians to affiliated with the projects and landscape leads to support the development of herd health plans and ensure site-specific diseases are managed as part of the herding for health approach.
  • Support landscape leaders to enhance farmers/ farmer group engagements and guide the establishment of appropriate community governance structures.
  • Work with landscape leads/H4Hsites leads to develop measures and partnerships that will unlock relevant livestock value chains and provide access to markets for pastoralists and implement a market-based incentive approach for sustained implementation of the H4H model in the landscape.
  • Where necessary, support the implementation of commodity-based trade in line with the World Organization for Animal Health.
  • Provide technical input in implementing a One Health Approach in H4H sites.
  • Together with policy development teams, contribute to policy briefs on enhancing livestock trade and commodity-based trade in Africa.

2. Grasslands, Savannah, and Scrublands Management

  • Implement climate-smart grazing plans to ensure sustainable healthy grasslands and in-line with the needs of the landscape.
  • Conduct farmer engagements together with site teams to co-create grazing plans (rotational grazing and planned rest, considering frequency, timing, duration, and intensity to support restoration of degraded grasslands
  • Together with the site teams, relevant government departments, support the operationalization of grazing plans at the landscape level to maximize the ecological impact from the intervention.
  • Ensure livestock production measures implemented align with ecological imperatives to restore biodiversity and sustain ecosystem functions.
  • Contribute to policy briefs on sustainable livestock management as a mechanism for climate adaptation and mitigation.
  • Support the Grasslands and Savannah Senior Program Manager in leading a technical community of practice focused on grasslands and savannah at the landscape level.

3.Community Engagements and Governance

  • Engage livestock farmers/pastoralists to better manage their livestock herds for better productivity along the livestock value chain.
  • Develop strategies for improved community governance that empower farmers to build sustainable grazing management, enhance livestock health, and obtain better markets,
  • Provide technical leadership in ensuring quality implementation of the herding for health amplification strategy at landscape implementation/site level and help consolidate existing projects, establish new project sites, and support the development of strong sustainability mechanisms in each site.
  • Work together with the Stewardship Agreement and Site Teams, to support farmer engagements on Rangeland Stewardship Agreements.

Capacity Building

  • Support landscape leads and where needed provide leadership in the establishment of the technical advisory committee in each landscape to tap into local experience and expertise that will help improve the delivery of outcomes of the project in each implementation site.
  • Provide technical input on training manuals, toolkits, online courses, and other learning-related materials.
  • Work closely with training partners (e.g. Southern Africa Wildlife College, Herding Academy, Afrivet and ILRI, and other relevant training institutes in East and Southern Africa) to develop relevant H4H training material.
  • Support and when needed conduct H4H training to identified groups and stakeholders in support of implementation of CI and partner projects.
  • Capacitate and strengthen farmers to be better stewards of their land with robust governance systems.

Financial Sustainability

  • Together with partners, establish market access opportunities and support farmer engagements in implementing prioritized opportunities.
  • Develop and support the effective implementation of technical proposals and action plans related to livestock work, to deliver planned outcomes.
  • Provide technical contributions to innovative finance initiatives such as Soil Organic Carbon, and Payment for Ecosystem Services, among others.

Compliance, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

  • Support with data collection for the H4H Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning framework covering indicators such as land cover changes, livestock, and livelihood/socio-economic impacts.
  • Ensure each site is compliant with relevant organizational policies, protocols, and frameworks.
  • Record and track risks for H4H sites together with the Grasslands and Savannah Senior Manager.
  • Ensure each site is compliant with Environmental and Social Safeguards in place.
  • Catalogue relevant project/program information in planning, monitoring, or related systems.
  • Support adaptive management for H4H sites in line with the lessons learned.
  • Develop and deliver high-quality landscape-based technical products, analysis, and information that lead to conservation outcomes.
  • Provide periodic reports and assessments on progress against goals for internal and external audiences. Assess progress and refine action plans and outcomes as needed.
  • Work closely with Africa Grasslands and Savannah team in CI and H4H team in Peace Parks Foundation to ensure harmony and synergy between teams for optimal results achievement.


Logistics and communication

  • Support communication team with information and media presence of the Africa grassland and savannah portfolio.
  • Assist with logistical support as and when needed.
  • Coordinate virtual and in-person workshops and meetings that bring out and amplify voices from the field to internal and external audiences.

Team Culture

  • Build camaraderie and team spirit among implementation teams.
  • Create a sense of team unity across all implementation sites.
  • Create opportunities for learning across sites.

People and resource management responsibilities

  • This position does not have direct supervisory authority but assists and mentors less-experienced team members.
  • Serves as a subject matter expert on effective grassland and livestock management, climate-smart livestock management, and agriculture enterprise development.


  • Extended work hours may be required.
  • Ability and willingness to travel on a regular basis to field sites within southern, and east Africa and when needed other countries in the rest of Africa where CI is supporting H4H implementation.
  • May need to work out of doors in adverse weather conditions.
  • This position follows a hybrid work structure, working some days from the office and some remotely. Guidance will be shared during the interview process.
  • Expected to be a 3-year assignment.

How to apply: Conservation International Career Opportunities 

To apply for this position please submit a resume and cover letter.

Deadline: July 30, 2024 (11:49 PM EST)


Position: Africa Grasslands and Pastoralists Senior Manager

Employer: Conservation International

Location: Gaborone-Botswana, Nairobi-Kenya, Johannesburg-South Africa

About the position: The African Grasslands and Pastoralists Senior Manager is responsible for managing and supporting a range of technical and strategic duties and partnerships. This includes working closely with the Regional Grasslands and Savannah Senior Director and with local, regional, and global technical staff to deliver high-quality strategic and technical support. They monitor progress and provide periodic technical reports on progress against goals. The Senior Manager will significantly contribute to the oversight of external partnerships and support in building partner capacity on demand across the African region.

As directed, the Senior Manager supports fundraising efforts including developing funding proposals and budgets and supporting senior staff in pursuing funding opportunities.

This position supervises the Science Communication and Knowledge Management Manager, the Regional Grasslands and Savannah Impact Manager and the H4H Restoration Manager, and the African Pastoralism Technical Specialist.



  • Bachelor’s in grasslands ecology, climate, and related sciences, grasslands and savannah production ecology, natural resource economics, livestock production, veterinary sciences, or wildlife management. 
  • 5 to 7 years of work experience in sustainable livestock management, community development with Pastoralists or landscape/grassland management involving pastoralists. At least 3 years working with communal livestock farmers and pastoralists on livestock management, with a proven track record of providing relevant market access opportunities and strategy development experience.
  • Up to 2 years of experience supervising implementation teams.
  • Someone who has a passion for  African Pastoralism and the great potential pastoralism presents as a nature-based grasslands restoration solution.
  • Proven ability to understand, interpret, and apply technical and scientific information and data to achieve tangible results.
  • Excellent working knowledge of carbon projects.
  • Proven ability to work in a team environment and work well across cultures and within and across organizations.
  • Fluency in English is required.


  • Multidisciplinary expertise and a Masters/PhD degree in any related field is an advantage.
  • Advanced skills in Project Management.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills.
  • Experience in scientific procedures and reporting.
  • Passion for strategy design and delivery combined with a passion for the successful delivery of livestock interventions that provide benefits to farmers/pastoralists while delivering ecological outcomes.
  • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Attention to detail and time management skills.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office.
  • Be a highly flexible and dynamic individual able to work under pressure and deliver under various field conditions as part of a small and very dynamic team working with multiple partner organizations.


Strategy, Planning and Governance

  • Contribute to CI’s Grassland and Savannah strategy development and implementation in support of the Regional Grasslands and Savannah Senior Director.
  • Together with technical support teams, identify and prioritize activities needed to successfully achieve conservation and human development outcomes in grasslands, savannah, and other dryland ecosystems.  
  • Lead CI teams in implementing the Herding for Health amplification strategy by working closely with PPF partner and CI’s Regional Project Managers and landscape leads and supporting external partners.
  • Provide technical leadership in rangeland ecology, climate adaptation, and mitigation strategies for deployment in Herding for Health sites and in line with the needs of the landscape.
  • Provide strategic and technical leadership in sustainable livestock management techniques including animal health, productivity, and nutrition for communal livestock farming.
  • Provide support to Herding for Health team in landscapes to ensure enhanced engagement of farmers/farmer groups and support landscape teams to establish community governance structures.
  • Provide strategic leadership to H4H teams and through working closely with enterprise partners. Act as a bridge between enterprises, and H4H implementation to ensure H4H implementation follows necessary standards for relevant markets.
  • Work with enterprise partners to help unlock relevant livestock value chains and provide access to markets for pastoralists and implement a market-based incentive approach for sustained implementation of the H4H model in the landscape.

CI’s H4H Portfolio Management and Reporting

  • Ensure all CI projects implementing the H4H model are aligned and delivering against objectives and intended outcomes in a consistent manner.
  • Develop annual work plans with H4H Implementation managers.
  • Ensure compliance with CI policies and frameworks across all implementation sites
  • Provide input in policy briefs developed from the evidence generated during implementation.
  • Where relevant, manage H4H budgets and costs in line with donor requirements and keep track of H4H budgets being implemented by other leads within CI.
  • Working with relevant project managers, provide periodic reports and assessments on progress against goals for internal and external audiences on the overall success of the H4H portfolio. Assess progress and refine action plans and outcomes as needed.
  • Supervise H4H technical team(s) including partner staff and contractors and ensure alignment with the H4H Toolkit
  • Collaborate with H4H Partners in Peace Parks Foundation and other organizations to implement and deliver commitments for the Herding for Health (H4H) program.
  • Co-lead the development of the H4H implementation framework together with PPF.
  • Co-lead in designing and implementing the Africa Rangeland Watch as part of regional monitoring of restoration activities across Africa.
  • Co-develop H4H feasibility studies as needed.
  • Support the development of Rangeland Stewardship Agreements together with H4H teams.
  • Oversee H4H reporting.
  • Develop capacity-building plans to support the implementation of H4H model and engage relevant training partners and institutions to conduct training.

Risk Management and Impact Monitoring

  • Support the design and review of H4H MEL framework.
  • Provide leadership needed for the implementation of the H4H MEL framework consistently across all CI sites.
  • Ensure the implementation of Environmental and Social Safeguards in H4H projects across all CI sites.
  • Record and manage risks across all CI sites and document and share lessons for adaptive management across all H4H sites.
  • Coordinate and manage H4H knowledge exchange events and participate in regional and international conferences

Stakeholder Relationship Management

  • Support the Africa Grassland Director in leading a technical community of practice focused on grasslands and savannah in Africa.
  • Cultivate new partnerships and manage existing ones in all CI H4H sites, and when needed, provide technical support to partners to ensure they achieve their intended H4H targets.
  • Create and manage partnerships with relevant research institutions to support H4H sites with applied research activities.
  • Serve as a recognized technical resource and share technical best practices within and outside CI.

Research, Knowledge Management and Science Communication

  • Oversee the search, knowledge management, and science communication activities for the Africa Grasslands Program to ensure the successful delivery.
  • Guide the t preparation of appropriate internal and external communication materials including case studies, fact sheets, and lessons learned from project sites.
  • Ensure research carried out in H4H sites is helpful, respectful, applied, and relevant to implementation with local community needs taking priority.
  • Archive and organize CI H4H program materials in SharePoint.
  • Oversee the H4H Impact portfolio and support partners to have an updated monitoring system.
  • Support in organizing high-level meetings including steering committee meetings, stakeholders’ meetings, training and partner meetings.

Financial Sustainability and Resource Mobilization/Fundraising

  • Support the development and implementation of an H4H investment strategy including innovative conservation financing and unlocking soil organic carbon revenue opportunities for CI sites.
  • Support fundraising for the Africa Grasslands and Savannah Program portfolio.
  • Support the creation and growth of a funding pipeline for the Africa Grasslands and Savannah Program portfolio.

People Management 

  • Supervise the Science Communication and Knowledge Management Manager, the Regional Grasslands and Savannah Impact Manager, and the African Pastoralism Technical Specialist
  • Where necessary, supervise Division and Country Level Technical staff.
  • Foster a culture of building a team for collaboration and teamwork and motivate and support team members as needed.


  • Extended work hours may be required.
  • Frequent travel of more than 30% may be necessary including travel to remote locations.
  • May need to work out of doors in adverse weather conditions.
  • This position follows a hybrid work structure, working some days from the office and some remotely. Guidance will be shared during the interview process.
  • Expected to be a 3-year assignment.

How to apply: Conservation International Career Opportunities

To apply for this position please submit a resume and cover letter

Deadline: July 30, 2024  (11:49 PM EST)


Position: Foodscape Innovation Specialist at Nature Conservancy

Employer: Nature Conservancy

Location: Nanyuki, Kenya.

About the position: The Foodscape Innovation Specialist will lead the Agriculture Strategy scaling programme by utilising transdisciplinary data to guide the development and implementation of innovative solutions that significantly contribute to TNC 2030 Goals.  You will manage (collect, collate, analyse, share) various data types related to climate, water, biodiversity, and livelihoods outcomes. You will use these data to catalyse collective and/or coordinated action among diverse actors involved in the CHEF, to drive an ambitious scaling program.  The data will not lead to a static how-to plan to scale, but rather a living strategy that serves as a “north star” to guide the scaling mechanism through the Foodscape Innovation Hub.  This strategy will consist of CHEF-wide key actionable products tailored to meet TNC’s unique Ag-conservation work across four ecologies, a variety of production systems, and to serve corporate partners. You will support the CHEF Director to regularly convene CHEF actors: governments, corporate and private sector, CGIAR, NGOs, funding partners, producer entities to review foodscape implementation progress, share lessons learned, and adapt as necessary based on the contextual, internal and external factors.

You will lead TNC staff and partners to deliver the CHEF scaling strategy, including working closely with TNC regional and global Corporate Engagement Teams to organise customised training and engagement programs in regenerative systems to enable the private sector transition into nature-positive actors.  You will work closely with the Africa Agriculture Strategy members, the Freshwater Strategy team, Global Provide Food and Water teams, CHEF partners, Kenya Country program teams, and the Africa Business Unit staff to advance progress across the five action areas of the Agriculture Strategy. You will work with the full range of CHEF actors, including government agencies, other conservation organizations, foundations, communities, and other stakeholders.


  • BSc degree in statistics, business statistics, behavioral/development economics, business administration or equivalent degree.
  • 5 years’ experience in scaling, program development, partnerships, or management consulting.
  • Experienced in data management skills, analytical, leadership, intellectual curiosity, and partnering skills.
  • Experience in developing and implementing monitoring and evaluation plans, including working with partners to undertake collaboration, learning and program adaptation activities.
  • Experienced in data analytics and visualization tools e.g., Power BI and/or Tableu.
  • Experienced in making and executing project decisions.
  • Experience in indirectly influencing or managing senior leaders across multiple organizations.
  • Agriculture or conservation experience is preferred.
  • Mastery of systems such as Agile, Oracle ERP, and cloud software.
  • Experience working in technology with some experience e.g., in SaaS enterprise software or equivalent.
  • Experienced in using technology in creating records, sourcing, executing, and nurturing strategic partnerships.
  • Experienced with problem solving and decision-making processes.
  • Collaborative with other team members to achieve sound outcomes.
  • Experience managing complex or multiple projects, including staffing, workloads and finances under deadlines.
  • Supervisory experience, including motivating, leading, setting objectives, and managing performance.

Desired Qualifications

  • MSc degree or a combination of training in statistics or business statistics and behavioural/ development economics or business administration.
  • Multi-lingual and multi-cultural or cross-cultural experience appreciated.
  • Over 7 years’ experience in agriculture-environment field or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Demonstrated experience in the utilisation of complex data sets to plan and adapt agriculture-conservation projects, and to influence, develop, and implement related policy.
  • Knowledge of current trends and practices in agriculture-conservation discipline and regions.
  • Ability to work effectively and pragmatically under pressure within a variety of simultaneous competing initiatives and issues. Track record of success negotiating complex partnerships with varying interests.
  • Knowledge of methods and standards of biodiversity information systems and initiatives or related field.
  • Communicating clearly via written, spoken, and graphical means in English and other relevant languages.
  • Demonstrated experience or knowledge in fundraising. 
  • Politically savvy.


  • The principal role (70%) of this position is to lead the utilization of data models to make strategic decisions in solving complex agriculture-conservation problems:
  1. The core role is to extract knowledge from large data sets and apply the knowledge and insights from those data to guide CHEF’s transdisciplinary five pillars.
  2. Lead the coordination of data management among TNC partners, TNC strategies/ programs, and develop products and plans for the CHEF scaling strategy.
  3. Execute the CHEF monitoring and evaluation plan, ensuring that projected actions are taken.
  4. Collaborate with the CHEF Field Coordinator, Africa Ag. Ecologist, TNC MEL specialists to gather data on the scaling process and put in place a learning continuous adaptation plan for CHEF.
  5. Ensure the process of validation and development of producer hubs & foodscape Innovation Hub (FIH) from initiation to full-scale feasibility.
  • Work directly with the Africa Ag. Ecologist to bring to visibility advances in CHEF field regen portfolios using analytics, presentations, and social media product designs.
  • Contribute to drive the CHEF portfolio and investment decisions using data analytics, necessary for private sector participation work closely with internal and external MEL partners.
  • Leverage overall TNC conservation portfolio data along with CHEF partner data to create a detailed analytics plan tailored for strengthening Agriculture Strategy pathways to 2030 Goals.
  • Reviewing and contributing to recommendations of action plans in collaboration with other CHEF staff as required.
  • Assessing partner organizational technical capacity required to fully implement the CHEF, including making recommendations on how to bridge any gaps.
  • May work in variable weather conditions, at remote locations, on difficult and hazardous terrain and under physically demanding circumstances.

How to apply: Careers Nature


Position: Corporate Business Manager

Employer: Sheer Logic Management Consultants (SLMC)

Location: Nairobi


  • Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Agribusiness Management or related discipline in the agricultural field.
  • Masters in any related field will an added advantage
  • 6 years’ and above experience in an Agri based company.
  • Experience with Sales Management ERPs
  • Marketing experience is highly recommended.
  • Experience in planning and implementing sales and marketing strategies.
  • Experience in customer relationship management.
  • Experience in managing and leading a team.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Dedication to providing great customer service.
  • Ability to lead a sales and marketing team.
  • A self-driven individual who motivates and inspires confidence.


  • The Corporate Business Manager will be directly responsible for developing the strategy on how we can penetrate, develop and serve the corporate organizations that are in the following sectors, export vegetable market, Cash crop sector such as sugarcane, tea, avocado, coffee, cotton, export of herbs, floriculture sector.
  • The Corporate Business Manager will be directly responsible for developing the strategy on how we can penetrate, develop and serve the organic farming space. The responsibilities include positioning existing products, ensuring compliance with regulatory and industry players and vetting of new product lines introduced into the organic crop protection and nutrition regime.
  • The Corporate Business Manager will be directly responsible for developing the strategy on how we can penetrate, develop and serve the irrigation solutions market. The responsibilities include positioning tailor made irrigation solutions to the clients serviced in the markets listed above
  • The Corporate Business Manager will be directly responsible for developing the strategy on how we can penetrate, develop and serve the professional services market. The responsibilities include positioning the company to provide pest control, spraying and fertilizer application through precision technologies such as drones, alongside other professional services in the agricultural field.
  • The holder will also be responsible in developing mechanisms to develop, grow and sustain the corporate business into the future.

How to apply: myjobmag

Interested candidates to submit their application letters and CVs to clearly indicating the subject title as CORPORATE BUSINESS MANAGER Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Deadline: Not later than 28th June 2024


Position: Hatchery Manager

Employer: Quality Meat Packers

Location: Nairobi


  • Experience: 4-5 years


Hands on experience with:

  • Persime BioStreamer
  • Hachability Management
  • Efficiency and Downtime Management
  • Quality Assurance and Compliance
  • Team Handling
  • Analytical and Problem Solving

How to apply: myjobmag

Submit CV to with the subject Resume-Hatchery Manager


Position: Research Assistant

Employer: SGS Kenya

Location: Oyani, Migori

About the position: The incumbent shall be responsible for: Tobacco research operations and activities as directed by the client, coordinating and appropriate use of resources necessary for proper execution of orders , reporting, ensuring that jobs are executed professionally and according to client’s instructions – to ensure factual and accurate reports are issued and invoiced accordingly.


  • Hold a minimum of Diploma in Agriculture, Horticulture or any other agricultural related course
  • Have at least 1 year(s) working experience in field extension and or field agronomy.
  • Must be competent in motorcycle riding and have a valid motorcycle riding license
  • Must be computer literate
  • Excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills and a team player.
  • Basic knowledge of HSE standards is an added advantage.


  • Shall carry out agronomy research extension services within his or her area of jurisdiction as per the agreed number of visits and scope/ context of service provision
  • Shall ensure proper storage of seeds and other research inputs to ensure zero stock loss and variance
  • Conduct and report on seed germination testing according to provided guidelines
  • Ensure proper seed stock management through monthly stock takes and advise on re-orders.
  • Ensure proper seed packing distribution OTIF and application of FIFO as shall be guided
  • Conduct field trials as directed by client research specialists – demo set ups, trials set up, data collection, evaluation of results/data and reporting as per provided SOPs
  • Implement the design of training and research at demo plots to showcase good agronomic practices
  • Ensure establishment and maintenance of crops in the demo plot in time for desired trainings at all crop stages.
  • Ensure harvesting and post-harvest processes of the crop are done on demonstration plots according to provided SOPs
  • Implement plans and report on trials on barn designs, agrochemicals, fertilizers, seed varieties and alternative fuels
  • Be responsible for the safety of staff, contractors, visitors and other people under his/her control in the department
  • Ensure that work carried out and workplaces under his/her control meet the requirements of the group minimum health, safety and environment standards and procedures
  • Ensure compliance to health, safety and environment procedures and policies for SGS and client
  • At all times, comply with SGS Code of Integrity and Professional Conduct
  • Carry out any other assignment as may be advised from time to time.

How to apply: linkedin


Position: Site Manager

Employer: PIPOSOFT

Location: Ol Kalou

Salary: Sh75,000- 100,000

About the position: Our Client is seeking for a Site Manager whose role will encompass a diverse set of responsibilities aimed at driving strategic growth and operational excellence. You shall be responsible for the profit and loss (P&L) of the farm and success will be judged on this basis. This pivotal role involves formulating and executing the farm’s strategic plan, including market research, business development and innovation in crop management practices among other roles.


  • Must have 6 years experience in an agricultural related field (Experience with Pyrethrum is a plus).
  • Technical knowledge in land work, planting, pests and disease control, feeding, Irrigation, crop husbandry and post harvest management.
  • Must have a degree or diploma in an agricultural related field or equivalent.
  • Knowledge on codes of practices / organizations the firm is accredited to such as Global Agricultural Practices (GAP) as well as farm management principles.
  • Basics on personnel management, farm engineering and accounting.
  • Ability to lead a team and ensure productivity.
  • Problem solving ability and keen to details.
  • Confidentiality and integrity.
  • Ability to deliver on set targets and meet deadlines.
  • Good communication skills both oral and written.


  • Formulate and spearhead farm’s strategic plan.
  • Search markets for the farm produce.
  • Communicate the farm’s strategic plan to the implementation team.
  • Research and introduce new pesticides and new crops.
  • Control and regulate the pesticides usage and procurement.
  • Authorize the pesticide application program from the crop protection team.
  • Lead and supervise the production team as well as supervisors.
  • Plan and oversee the Good Agricultural Practices(GAP)
  • Create the irrigation plan.
  • Prepare and spearhead budgets and work plans implementation in the farm.
  • Manage farm labor and allocated farm resources.

How to apply: zohorecruit


Position: Berries Agronomist

Employer: Bridge Talent Management

Location: Nairobi

Salary: Sh50,000-70,000

About the position: We are seeking a dedicated and knowledgeable Berries Agronomist to join our agricultural team. The ideal candidate will have extensive experience in berry crop management, focusing on optimizing yield, quality, and sustainability. This role involves conducting research, developing best practices, and providing technical support to ensure the successful cultivation of various berry crops.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Agronomy, Horticulture, Plant Science, or a related field. A Master’s degree is preferred.
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in berry crop management or a related agricultural field.
  • Proficiency in soil analysis, pest management, and irrigation systems. Familiarity with modern agricultural technology and software.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to convey technical information clearly.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities, with a proactive approach to identifying and addressing issues.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment and collaborate with other departments.
  • Willingness to travel to different farm locations and adapt to varying work conditions.


  • Crop Management: Oversee the planting, growth, and harvesting of berry crops, ensuring optimal health and productivity.
  • Research and Development: Conduct field trials and research to develop new cultivation techniques and improve existing practices.
  • Soil and Plant Analysis: Perform soil and plant tissue analysis to monitor nutrient levels and recommend appropriate fertilization and pest management strategies.
  • Pest and Disease Management: Identify and manage pests and diseases affecting berry crops, implementing integrated pest management (IPM) practices.
  • Irrigation Management: Develop and manage efficient irrigation systems tailored to berry crops’ specific needs.
  • Sustainability Practices: Promote and implement sustainable agricultural practices to minimize environmental impact and enhance long-term productivity.
  • Technical Support: Provide guidance and support to farm staff on best practices for berry cultivation.
  • Data Management: Maintain accurate records of crop performance, soil health, and pest management activities.
  • Compliance: Ensure all agricultural activities comply with relevant regulations and standards

How to apply: myjobmag:


Position: Sales Representative – 6 Posts

Employer: Kenya Animal Genetic Resources Centre

Location: Nairobi

About the position: This is the entry level for this cadre and an officer at this level will work under the guidance and supervision of a senior officer.


  • .Diploma in any of the following disciplines: -Sales and Marketing; Business Management; Business Administration; Agribusiness; Agricultural Economics & Extension; Agricultural Extension Education; Animal Health & Production; or its equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution
  • Proficiency in computer application; and
  • Fulfilled the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution.


  • Training farmers on existing and new products/services;
  • Monitoring sales targets by the Centre’s distribution agents and Counties;
  • Relationship management of sales agents and counties for optimal sales;
  • Negotiating and closing sales;
  • Helping determine pricing schedules for quotes, promotions, and negotiations;
  • Preparing weekly and monthly reports;
  • Monitoring competition and follow current market developments;
  • Visiting distribution agents and potential clients to evaluate needs or promote products and services.

How to apply: Interested and qualified candidates are requested to make their applications:

  • ONLINE through KAGRC’s recruitment portal accessible through
  • Email address:
  • Hand delivery to KAGRC headquarters located on Kapenguria Road, Lower Kabete, Nairobi.

Candidates who meet the above requirements should submit their applications by 16th July, 2024 at 5.00 pm addressed to:

The Managing Director

Kenya Animal Genetic Resources Centre

P.O. Box 23070-00604

Lower Kabete, Nairobi


Position: Arable Farm Manager

Employer: Summit Recruitment and Search

Location: Timau, Kenya

About the position: The successful candidate will be responsible for running the day-to-day operations of the Farm. The ideal candidate Must have significant experience of large-scale arable operations is essential.


  • A BSc degree in Agriculture from a reputable University is required although we may consider closely complimentary academic qualifications for an exceptional candidate.
  • Significant experience of large-scale arable operations is essential.
  • Firsthand knowledge of and experience in operating large machinery and plant with modern software packages is important.
  • Open mind to new cultures, methods and experiences is expected.
  • The candidate must be practical, resourceful and technically proficient with an ability to keep machinery and farming operations moving in all conditions and in shifts where required.
  • Highly motivated and self-reliant, the candidate must be able to work alone and at times in isolation.
  • Open to new technologies and alternative farming practices.
  • Additional qualifications such as First Aid, Health and Safety, Fire Safety would be an advantage.


  • Running day to day farm operations – and getting it right first time.
  • Managing a multi-cultural team of 60 people.
  • Ensuring high standard of work, adhering to best practice and tight timelines.
  • Leading innovation, research and implementation of new technologies.
  • Finding ways to increase the regenerative agriculture practices.
  • Ensuring high levels of health and safety are maintained.
  • Assisting with a comprehensive trial programme operated by an associated third party.
  • Reporting and assisting with reports, including data collection and analysis where needed.

How to apply: summitrecruitment

Deadline: 10/07/2024


Position: Research Associate III – Digital Agriculture and Innovation 

Employer: International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)

Location: Nairobi, Kenya

About the position: The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) seeks to recruit a Research Associate III – Digital Agriculture and Innovation to support and facilitate the co-development of a DCAS tool called Intelligent Systems Advisory Tool (iSAT). The successful candidate will be expected to take lead in data collection, field work, FGDs as well as other data analysis activities in collaboration with other members and teams.


  • Bachelor’s degree preferably in agronomy, agrometeorology, soil science, computer science, mathematical sciences, or any other relevant field.
  • Demonstrated skills in data analysis, data visualisation and communication.
  • Skills in qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis.
  • At least 5+ years of relevant experience in climate risk assessment and management.
  • Hands on work experience in digital agriculture.
  • Relevant field experience in the implementation of digital agriculture projects in Kenya.
  • Ability to work with partners and stakeholders and manage project activities successfully by setting realistic priorities and by developing detailed implementation plans.
  • Willingness and ability to quickly learn and use new and emerging technologies.
  • Proficient in essential computer software/packages like Office suite, Statistical packages and other Web 2.0 Tools
  • Experience in crop modelling or agriculture advisory development is an added advantage.
  • Basic understanding of remote sensing tools is an added advantage.
  • Excellent proficiency of spoken and written English with strong writing skills.
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision with a positive and constructive attitude.
  • Uphold the highest ethical standards by inspiring trust and treat all people with respect and personal integrity.


  • Assist in the coordination, execution and implementation of digital climate advisory project related activities in Kenya and Zambia.
  • Conduct data collection through fieldwork, farmer interviews/FGD and stakeholder consultations to collect both quantitative and qualitative data.
  • Support in coordinating and organizing meetings, workshops and capacity building events for engaging stakeholders and partners effectively.
  • Contribute in documenting project progress and outcomes as per agreed deliverables.
  • Employ advanced analytical techniques to analyse and synthesize both qualitative and quantitative data from diverse sources and filter out key insights and recommendations.
  • Contribute to the translation of  complex technical information into formats tailored for a variety of non-technical audiences.

How to apply: ilri

Deadline: On or before 7 July 2024


Position: Field Assistant

Employer: Karirana Estates Limited

Location: Limuru, Kenya


  • Diploma in Agriculture or equivalent; degree an added advantage.
  • At least (1) year of similar experience.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Self-driven and ability to work independently.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Proficiency in MS Office.


  • Manage labor for field operations to maximize monthly green leaf volumes. 
  • Supervise and coordinate plucking to meet volume targets and standards through proper agronomic practices.
  • Plan and oversee manual and chemical weed control to maintain clean fields within budget.
  • Manage the tea and tree nursery to meet planting needs within budget and agronomic standards.
  • Support management in planning, executing, and reporting tea production operations within budget and set timelines.
  • Provide regular field operations reports to support decision-making.

How to apply: 

Send your Application and CV to:

The Managing Director, Karirana Estates Limited,

P.o Box 39, Limuru, 00217, Kenya



Only shortlisted applicants will be notified

Deadline:Before 3rd July 2024


Position: GSC Senior Seed Analyst

Employer: One Acre Fund

Location: Kakamega, Kenya

About the position: Seeking a KEPHIS gazetted seed analyst, the candidate should have proof of gazettement. The candidate should have seed testing knowledge and KEPHIS seed lab authorization process.


  • Must be a KEPHIS Gazetted seed analyst
  • 2 years of experience in seed testing.
  • Basic level of excel (can maintain complex spreadsheets) proficiency
  • Project management and record management skills


  • You will be responsible for smooth  seed lab and inground station  operations
  • You will lead seed quality assurance.
  • Maintain  internal and external  relationships on seed quality assurance.
  • Team management at the Kakamega Lab

How to apply: oneacrefund

Deadline: 16 September 2024


Position: Chief M&E Officer- Agricultural Sector- Service Delivery Unit

Employer: Baringo County Government

Location: Baringo


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture, Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness, Agriculture Education and Extension, Agricultural engineering
  • Must have at least 5 years experience working in Agricultural sector at a management level
  • Computer literate with knowledge on Computer packages
  • Possess Proposal development skills
  • Good Communication skill
  • Report writing skill
  • To have resource mobilization skills


  • Tracking the implementation of Agricultural policies, Programs and projects;
  • Supporting the implementation of agricultural programs, projects, policies and strategies addressing food security in the County
  • Supporting and participating in monitoring and evaluation of agricultural programmes in the County;
  • Supporting the training programs in the Department of agriculture;
  • Tracking and reporting on progress of the County Key Projects in Agriculture;
  • Coordination and dissemination of Public information on the status of the Key County Projects;
  • Improving the coordination of County Government flagship projects, monitoring, evaluation and reporting on timely fulfillment of Governors key development priorities in Agriculture
  • Providing reports and briefs for projects status within agriculture

How to apply: 

The details of the respective positions can be accessed from the Board’s website: Interested and qualified persons are required to submit their applications either by hand delivery or by post to the undersigned not later than 5.00 pm on 18th June 2024.

Any inquiries may be directed to the Board through its official email address and/or +254731030030

Only successful candidates will be contacted.




P.O BOX 585- 30400,



Position: Lake Tanganyika Fisheries and Biodiversity Lead

Employer: Nature Conservancy

Location: Kigoma or Mpanda, Tanzania

About the position: Have you ever asked yourself, “How can I make a difference?”, but you don’t know where to go or have the time to do it? Welcome to The Nature Conservancy. You have found the solution and now you can pointedly make a difference every day! By joining our Lake Tanganyika team, you will become part of a group that is a force to be reckoned with; a force for nature, a force for people, and a force for our planet. Our team consists of a dedicated group who are leading the conservation effort on multiple fronts and who expertly bring strategy and action together. We’re looking for an individual with fisheries management and/or conservation experience who wants to make a difference for nature and people. The Lake Tanganyika Fisheries and Biodiversity Lead has a strong background in fisheries science, aquatic ecology, and/or conservation biology, with a proven track record in leading multidisciplinary teams and engaging with local communities and other stakeholders. Based in either Kigoma or Mpanda, Tanzania, the Lake Tanganyika Fisheries and Biodiversity Lead will work closely with TNC staff in Tanzania, including the Fisheries Manager working on Lake Tanganyika around the Greater Mahale Ecosystem, as well as the Fisheries Manager working around the Kipili Archipelago and Kala. The Lake Tanganyika Fisheries and Biodiversity Lead will report to the Lake Tanganyika Program Manager, and will frequently engage with core partners in Zambia, Burundi and Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Fisheries and Biodiversity Lead will be guided by The Nature Conservancy’s Africa Region and Global strategies, as well as interconnections with key conservation and sustainable development stakeholders in the basin and on the continent. The position may work in variable weather conditions, at remote locations, on difficult and hazardous terrain, and under physically demanding circumstances.


  • BA/BS degree in fisheries science, aquatic ecology, natural resources management, and conservation biology or another related field of study and at least 5 years’ experience in freshwater/marine conservation, fisheries co-management or related field.
  • Experience working with and advising on current trends and practices in freshwater fisheries and biodiversity protection especially in an African context.
  • Fundraising experience, including identifying donor prospects and donor cultivation
  • Experience managing complex or multiple projects, including managing finances and coordinating the work of other professionals and partners.
  • Supervisory experience, including motivating, leading, setting, and achieving objectives and managing performance.
  • Experience in partnership development with government and intergovernmental institutions, non-profit partners, private sector, community groups and/or government agencies.
  • Experience working with communities and actors at local/community level on fisheries co-management and biodiversity protection.
  • Strong knowledge of the ecological, social, and economic issues surrounding freshwater ecosystems and fisheries in the Lake Tanganyika Basin.
  • Fluency in English and Swahili is required.


  • Multi-cultural or cross-cultural experience appreciated.
  • Knowledge of current trends and strategies and practices in fisheries co-management and freshwater biodiversity conservation.
  • Master’s degree in fisheries science, aquatic ecology, conservation biology, or a related field.
  • Minimum of 5 years of professional experience in fisheries co-management, freshwater biodiversity protection, and monitoring.
  • Demonstrated experience in leading and managing complex projects involving multiple stakeholders and partners.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to engage effectively with
  • community members, government officials, and scientists.
  • Proficiency in data analysis, GIS, and statistical software relevant to fisheries and ecological research.
  • Willingness to travel frequently within the Lake Tanganyika region and occasionally beyond.
  • Experience negotiating.


  • Support development and implementation of strategies for sustainable fisheries co-management and biodiversity conservation in Lake Tanganyika Basin.
  • Lead the design and support the execution of scientific research and monitoring programs to assess the health of fish stocks and freshwater ecosystems.
  • Collaborate with local communities, government agencies, and other stakeholders to promote and establish effective fisheries co-management practices and policies.
  • Provide technical expertise and guidance on freshwater biodiversity and critical habitat protection, and climate resilience/adaptation of fishing communities.
  • Analyze data and prepare technical reports, scientific papers, and policy briefs to inform decision-making and best practices.
  • Mentor and build capacity among local staff and partners in fisheries co-management and critical biodiversity habitats protection mechanisms and techniques.
  • Represent the Lake Tanganyika Program in regional, national, and international forums, meetings, and events related to fisheries and biodiversity conservation.
  • Work closely with the Lake Tanganyika Program Manager to align program activities with broader conservation goals and objectives

How to apply: careers.nature

Deadline: Not specified

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