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                                                                      Job Opening

Aaranyak, a biodiversity conservation NGO in India is seeking dynamic, creative and hardworking
conservation minded young professionals for the following post, with immediate effect. Apply with a
recent CV. Positions are subject to annual contracts, renewable annually through performance evaluation.
Positions require travel and often operate independently.


Email: applications.aaranyak@gmail.com


Last Date to send CV: 29 February 2020


Assistant Manager/Project Officer- Accounts and Logistics
Job Responsibilities:
● Manage multiple project expenses on a day to day basis with minimum guidance.
● Integrated financial management using MS Excel (offline) and Google Sheet (online) for smooth
management of financial data.
● Manage various procurements and maintain inventory of equipment and supplies, including
liaising with vendors and maintenance firms to ensure timely payment and receipt of goods and
services.
● Manage logistics and supplies of multiple project teams working across NE India.
● Travel to different project sites to assist teams on field research.
Qualification, Experience and Skills:
● Minimum a Bachelor degree in any stream.
● Must have excellent knowledge and experience in using Microsoft Excel. Beginners in Excel
may avoid applying.
● Very good knowledge on using Google Sheets and Docs online.
● Accounting skill using Excel or other software.
● Excellent communication skills over phone, email and personal meetings.
● Logistics management skills and experience.
● Must have excellent coordination skills and team spirit.
● Must be tech-savvy with good computer skills in MS office.
● Driving skills will be an added advantage.
● Having 3 years of experience in core job responsibilities will be preferred.
● New entrants must be creative in nature and open to learning.
Benefits:
● Health and Accidental Insurance benefit.
● Other employment benefits.
● Opportunity to learn and shape your career in management of conservation projects.
● Opportunity to travel across northeast India and learn.
Salary:
Negotiable and based on experience and skills.

 

2nd Short Term Professional Training on Population Monitoring Techniques for Terrestrial Mammals Using Camera Traps

 

 

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In dialogue: Nature, Heritage & NE India- an interactive talk series

In dialogue: Nature, Heritage & NE India- an initiative of Aaranyak and Directorate of Museums, Government of Assam. The purpose of this programme is conserving the natural heritage of Northeast India through sensitizing public and inculcating research as well as conservation interest among different stakeholders of this region.

We are organising an interaction from 2:00 to 4:00 pm on 28th January 2020. Noted herpetologists Dr. Saibal Sengupta and Dr. Jayanta Kumar Roy will be the resource persons. Amphibians will be our focus for this programme. The diversity, conservation policy, research potentiality of amphibians of Northeast India shall be talked about at length.

Interested people may send an email at eecbd.aaranyak@gmail.com or whatsapp at 098643-20915 / 075760-29280 on or before 27th January 2020 as seats are limited. The programme is free of cost to attend.

For more details please click here

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Opportunity for our Members

Aaranyak announces its "Winter Camp cum Field Training on Nature Studies and Conservation". We are organizing this programme for our members from 15-17 February 2020 at the Maibong Resort, Burha Mayong, Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary.

The purpose of organinsing this camp is capacity building and giving exposure to the members of Aaranyak. We encourage our members to participate in the event. Please hurry-up. We have limited seats!

Please contact Mr. Pranab Goswami, Organising Officer, Aaranyak at 9435206466 or at pranab.aaranyak@gmail.com for further details.

 

PHOTNTEST ALERT: An exciting opportunity to showcase your photography

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The 25th training on “Application of Remote Sensing, GIS & GPS in various fields’

Dates of training:  20th January to 25th January 2020

Last date for from submission: 14th Dec 2019

Send the fiiledup application form to gtadaaranyak@gmail.com

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10th Annual Field Course in Conservation Biology & Global Health

For details click here