Volunteer, Coca-Cola Project
The project’s phase 2 (2019 – 2020) aims at achieving policy improvement, increase of recycle rate and improving waste management systems at household and sub-district level in key strategic locations in Koh Yao District, Phang Nga province, in order to significantly reduce marine plastic pollution and catalyze key changes in local and national policies on plastic waste management.
• Compile information and prepare documents and reports (English and Thai) within the framework of the project
• Support the Field Coordinator in organizing and implementing the activities in Koh Yao Yai
• Support the Field Coordinator on day-to-day coordination with local communities, related government agencies, and others local stakeholders.
• University degree in environmental science, international relations, development studies, communications, social sciences or related area
• Experience in working in environmental projects, preparing project documents and organizing project activities would be an asset.
• Good command in written and spoken English and Thai
• Excellent written and communications skills
• Administrative skills in the organizing of meetings and events
• Willing to provide service as unpaid volunteer
• Willing to be based at Koh Yao Yai, Phangnga province
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