Program Officer/Senior Program Officer, Water 项目专员/高级项目专员,水资源

Title: Program Officer/Senior Program Officer, Water 项目专员/高级项目专员,水资源
Reports to: Deputy Head of Water Practice (Program Implementation)
Location: Shanghai
Main Responsibilities: 

Support the leaders of Water Practice to better monitor the Program implementation, to ensure the deliverables and impacts through better design, solid implementation and improved reporting, as well as risk recognition and management. Details are as following: 

1. Provide the regular program implementation and monitoring support to ensure the deliverables of Water Strategy:
Support the leaders to design and monitor the implementation of strategies, programs and projects so that they can achieve and demonstrate the outcomes and impact.
Support the team members to build capacity and understanding of Design &Impact (D&I) principles and practices, to ensure the D&I excellence becoming the norm.
Consolidate the program technical reports (include integrated quarterly report, TPR, KPI updates) from team inputs 
Design the M&E strategy (Action Plan & Strategy Plan M&E system) for the Water Practice with the help from WWF network and keep tracking through close monitoring of the team and site projects, to ensure quality and alignment with International guidance. 
Collect and share the updated information from reports, reviews & evaluations in order to encourage the application of learning of the WWF-China strategy
Enable the integration of learning and excellence into project design, management and implementation.
Develop and maintain efficient contract and supplier management system for the Water Practice, together with WWF China M&E support. 
Identify potential risks of program administration through investigations and researches; setup and manage systematic purchase workflow to decrease the risks.
Facilitate relevant meetings (i.e. Shareholders Meeting; Knowledge Exchange Workshops) and trainings; deliver relevant trainings according to program requirement.
Provides remote or on-site support for the program teams in field offices, by gathering requests, channeling to conservation and supporting departments, coordinate different teams to find solutions together, and other corresponding tasks.

2. Assist the Practice members to expand the program impact:
Collect, consolidate and share the updated professional information and knowledge for the water issues in China and other key regions in the world. 
Develop the knowledge management system, including but not limited to, Intranet, internal common platform, tracking of historical knowledge, by working closely with Practices and Operations teams.
Study the context and trend for the integrated Yangtze program and assist the leaders to identify and develop the impact-based replication strategies.
Assist to discover the new opportunities for innovations and impact incubations. 


Master’s degree and above or equivalent, in related field such as policy, conservation science, environment science & engineering, program management etc. 
At least five years working experience on related area;
Logical mind set, sensitive in conservation science and practices;
Core competency in project/program management
Skilled in both writing and speaking in Chinese/English;
Strong facilitate skills and familiarity with NGO work;
Able to work independently and collaboratively;
Good at time management and work effectively to meet the deadline under pressure;
Open minded, strong will and good at learning, as well as transforming information to knowledge; 
Dynamic, creative, proactive, credible, accountable and outgoing personality and commitment to conservation and sustainable development.
Adherence to WWF network spirit and values.

Working Relationships:

This position is specifically for better program monitoring and impact for the Water Practice team. 

The staff needs to regularly contact with all program managers/officers of water relevant donor projects within WWF China. It’s also needed to maintain the regular contact base with Water Shareholders and Other Practices of WWF China and network. 

Externally, the staff is required to establish the monitoring criteria and watch related partners and vendors to ensure the implementation and impact, also to the strategic partners of Water Practice.