The Non-Timber Forest Products Exchange Programme for South and Southeast Asia (NTFP-EP) is a collaborative, regionalnetwork of grassroots NGOs and peoples’ organizations that seeks to build the capacity of forest-based communities in the sustainable management of forests,especially in the conservation and trade of non-timber forest products. NTFP-EP implements programs in 6 Asian countries and maintains headquarters in Manila, Philippines. For more information please check our website www.ntfp.org. The NTFP-EP invites applicationsfrom qualified candidates for the position of Communications and Knowledge Management Officer (CKMO) for REDD+ The said staff will be involved in the 3 year project entitled: “Developing community carbon pools for Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation, plus enhancing forest carbon stocks (REDD+) projects in selected ASEAN countries” The project will be implemented in Indonesia (West Kalimantan), Cambodia (Cardamom Mountains), Philippines (Sierra Madre), Vietnam (Hoang Lien Mountains). Reports to: NTFP-EP Deputy Director Coordinates with: National Policy Adviser, Programme Manager on Community Forestry and Climate Change, Cambodia Facilitator, Philippine NTFP-TF Coordinator, Indonesia Facilitator, ASFN Civil Society Liaison, NTFP-EP Knowledge Management Officer Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia Job Description 1.Creating visibility of the project per donor requirements 2.Maintaining a project website and distributing and uploading reports and policy briefs on e-networks 3.Facilitating pressbriefings and engaging media to visit and report on pilot projects 4.Distilling lessons learned and preparing and disseminating training materials, policy briefs and reports and other knowledgeproducts 5.Assisting in organizing and preparing for regional policy dialogues and regional technical workshops Kindly submit your CV (including three references) and cover letter indicating the position you are applying for and your expected salary to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 12 noon on 8 July 2011.