The Namibia Nature Foundation is looking for two Namibian Environmental Economics Trainees. The trainees will be part of the MET/GIZ TEEB Country Study on Protected Areas and Wildlife initiated by the ResMob project. The positions are scheduled to run from March to August 2017. Applicant should be a recent Masters or Honours Degree graduate in Economics, or about to graduate and available fulltime for the period indicated. The person should demonstrate an interest in conservation, the environment and natural resource management and a good knowledge of data handling and analysis, experience with SPSS, STATA or other forms of statistical software is an advantage. The candidate should also have experience with surveys or ecosystem valuation methods, particularly, contingent valuation is an added advantage.
Interested persons should submit their CV with a covering letter of no more than one page clearly stating how you meet the requirements of the position. References should be included. Copies of certificates are not required at this stage.