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5 May 2016: Royal Society for Protection of Nature is pleased to announce following vacancies for immediate recruitment:
|Sl. No.||Vacat Post||Place of Posting||Required Qualification||Experience||Organizational Grade|
|1||Communications and Membership Coordinator||Head Office, Thimphu||Bachelors Degree in Mass Communications, Public Relations or relevant field of studies||Atleast 5 years of experience in management and communications related field||G3-D|
|2||Assistant Research Officer||Head Officer, Thimphu||B.Sc in Sustainable Development / Research Management / Environmental Studies or Forestry||Preferably CNR graduates with sustainable development courses||G5D|
|3||Caretaker||Black-necked Crane Visitor Centre, Phobjikha, Wangdue Phodrang||Class VIII||Preferably ex-armed personnel||CPE|
The Terms of Reference can be obtained from Adm./HR Divsion during office hours on weekdays. All interested applicants must submit your applicaitons to the Adm./HR Coordinator on or before 27th May, 2016.
- Adm./ HR Coordinator
Over the next five years, as Earth Day moves closer to its 50th anniversary, we’re calling on you to help us achieve one of our most ambitious goals yet — we’re planting 7.8 billion trees and we’re starting now.
Our planet is currently losing over 15 Billion trees each year (equivalent to 48 football fields every minute). In honor of Earth Day’s 50th anniversary in 2020, Earth Day Network announced Trees for the Earth, a plan to plant 7.8 Billion trees by Earth Day 2020: one tree for every person on the planet. We invite you to join us!
ANNOUNCEMENT: Royal Society for Protection of Nature will be organizing a cleaning program on 7th May 2016 as a part of members’ contribution to the society in environmental conservation. The identified site for the cleaning program will be on river bank of Thimchhu (Thimphu river) from Lungtenzampa bridge to Changjiji bridge.
A total of Six Black-necked Crane habitats and six Gewogs (Blocks) were covered in three Districts during the awareness program between 09-22 January 2016. In each Gewog an average of 50 participants were made aware on BNC in Bhutan with a total coverage of about 350 people. Gewogs such as Tang and Chumey (Bumthang), Dungkar and Menjey (Lhuntse) and Yangtse and Bumdeling (T/Yangtse) were covered.
<<Awareness program with the communities of Tang valley, Bumthang
RSPN is pleased to share announcement for Msc NRM 2016 in College of Natural Resources (CNR) in Lobesa.
Please download admission forms and other information from THIS LINK.