NNF Jobs

Interns and Volunteers

Namibia Nature Foundation (NNF) accepts interns from tertiary institutions in Namibia and abroad, as well as experienced volunteers.

An internship with the NNF is aimed at giving the intern experience working in an office environment of an NGO (non government organisation), assisting with specific project work, completing research projects associated with implemented projects or working closely with the finance team or human resources and operations. Experienced volunteers are normally tasked with improving or developing systems or organisational behaviours. Volunteers usually work closely with a local understudy in the organisation(s) to help build capacity.

Namibian interns/volunteers spend between three to six months with us, while international interns/volunteers normally only stay for up to three months, although longer stays may be possible. Additionally, it may be possible for some work to be carried out remotely. It is the policy of the NNF to offer Namibian interns a small monthly stipend.

International interns accepted by the NNF have to be self-sustained and self-funded i.e. need to be able to cover all their travel expenses to and from Namibia; the cost of study visa; food and accommodation; except for travel to the field.  To apply for an internship position, please respond to an advertised vacancy by sending your CV and a covering letter explaining why your interested in the role and including two contactable references to the email address supplied in the advert. Clearly indicate the role you are applying for in the subject line of the email. 

Please note that applications can only be accepted if submitted in response to an advertised intern position at the NNF. See below for current intern positions.


 
Currently no available job opportunities in this section.

Consultancies

 

CALL FOR CONSULTANTS 

The NNF is currently implementing a component of the Ministry of Environment and Tourism Project “Support to Community Based Natural Resources”, supported by the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH which is focused on assisting communal conservancies and community forests to improve internal governance, develop local value chains, reduce human wildlife conflict and adapt to climate change.

We are searching for individual consultants to be used for specific assignments, we therefore invite interested, eligible and qualified applicants with substantive experience in the following areas to submit their applications:

 

  • Women in CBO Leadership Training and Mentoring
  • Conducting Natural Resource Assessments
  • Namibian Hunting Sector and Landscape Management Plan Development 
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  • For technical enquiries please contact Andrew Malherbe at +264 204 044. Applications can be hand delivered at our Windhoek office, at 76&78 Frans Indongo Road or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please clearly quote area of consultancy in subject line / on top of envelope.  

 

Closing date for submission is 16 July 2018.