The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has a distinguished history of scientists exploring and saving wildlife in some of the most remote and wild places remaining on Earth. The Wildlife Conservation Society Indonesia Program (WCS-IP) has significantly grown over the last decades, and contributed substantially to the conservation of biodiversity in Indonesia. We currently work in several landscapes in Sumatra and Sulawesi, where we aim to protect threatened species and their habitat through working with government agencies, civil society organisations and local communities. In order to achieve our overall goal of saving wildlife and wild places in Indonesia, WCS-IP includes amongst its strategic priorities landscape-level conservation management, support to protected areas (PAs), species conservation actions, and engaging local communities. In order to achieve our overall goal of saving wildlife and wild places, the WCS-IP programs are strongly supported and backed up by field activities that aim to improve the conservation and management of the remaining ecosystems and wildlife habitat.
The Wildlife Conservation Society – Indonesia Program (WCS-IP) has significantly grown over the last decades, and contributed substantially to the conservation of biodiversity in Indonesia. Within Sumatra, WCS focuses on landscape-level conservation around Gunung Leuser National Park and Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park, which form part of the World Heritage Site, Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra. WCS also has activities in Way Kambas National Park. Together, these three sites contain the majority of the remaining populations of Sumatran Rhino in Indonesia, and are very important for Tiger, Elephant and Orangutans. Within Sulawesi, WCS focuses on the landscape around Bogani Nani Wartabone National Park in north Sulawesi and Gorontalo provinces.
In order to strengthen our conservation programs, WCS-IP is looking for a strong and motivated Database Analystwho will perform his/her best skill in this area to get best program achievement.
Details vacant position as follows:
Position: Database Analyst
Based in : Bogor Office
Contract period: 1 year with possibility of an extension
For more information about the vacant position and Wildlife Conservation Society – Indonesia Program in details, please visit our website at ;
When you are interested on the above position and consider that you possess the necessary qualification, please submit your job application consisting of updated curriculum vitae, expected salary, three professional references and a cover letter explaining your interest towards this work and/or this organization to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please fill the “subject” column of the e-mails in this format “Database Analystr"_(name of candidate)
October 26th , 2015
No correspondence, only short-listed candidates will be notified.