Lowongan "Fisheries Database Officer – North Sulawesi and North Maluku"

The Wildlife Conservation Society’s Indonesia program aims to conserve marine resources vital to the protection and sustainability of a wide range of human activities and livelihoods. Consequently, conservation efforts cannot be separated from the management of fisheries or interaction with coastal communities. WCS employs a rigorous scientific approach to build capacity, strengthen management and inspire community stewardship for the protection and sustainable use of critical marine ecosystems, fisheries and threatened species. To achieve these goals, WCS employs a science-based approach to assisting the Indonesian government to establish and manage marine protected areas (MPAs), manage small-scale fisheries, and protect sharks and rays in various sites.

The WCS Indonesia Marine program focuses on the establishment and effective management of MPAs and development of sustainable fisheries, as interlinked strategies to secure and manage Indonesia’s coastal marine resources. WCS is committed to assisting the Government of Indonesia to meet its national and international commitments to MPA establishment and management – including the commitment to achieve 20 million hectares of MPAs by 2020. MPAs benefit both biodiversity and fisheries management by protecting habitats and protecting breeding populations of important marine organisms. The basis of all of our work is scientific data. Our teams of marine biologists, fisheries scientists, and socioeconomic specialists inform project design with baseline surveys. Regular monitoring of resources informs all subsequent decision making.

The Wildlife Conservation Society’s Indonesia Program (WCS-IP) requires a Fishery Database Officer (FDO) at WCS North Sulawesi office. The incumbent is responsible to perform a variety of task related to managing the WCS fish database including data cleaning, review, analysis and report the fish monitoring data submission to Fisheries Coordinator of North Sulawesi and North Maluku as well as Fisheries Specialist. The FDO will be assigned to ensure submitted data from field enumerators are in line with the protocol, format and timeline.

Position:              Fisheries Database Officer
Based in:             North Sulawesi
Reports to:          North Sulawesi Fisheries Senior Officer 
For more detailed information about Wildlife Conservation Society – Indonesia Program, the position and how to apply, 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 wcsindonesia@wcs.org.

Please fill the “subject” column of the e-mails in this format " Fisheries Database Officer_(name of candidate)"

Deadline: October 30th, 2019

No correspondence, only short-listed candidates will be notified

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