The Conservation Pipeline Manager develops, coordinates and/or implements strategies to achieve the Conservancy’s goals through interaction with governments, bilateral and multilateral agencies, and/or embassies.
The Conservation Pipeline Manager roles would include the following general responsibilities:
- Identify and document conservation projects from across YKAN’s program portfolio (e.g. forestry, agroforestry, agriculture, ag-tech and coastal wetlands) where there are prospects to engage green financing and impact investment.
- Recommend larger opportunities that YKAN should prioritize or focus on.
- Develop metrics and monitoring systems to assess conservation, climate and people impacts of the projects in a potentially bankable pipeline, working closely with other relevant YKAN and TNC staff and external experts as needed.
- Collect, analyze, and present project data and information from different sources in order to assess conservation, climate and people impacts.
- Establish and manage relationships with other NGOs, community groups, businesses, etc. in relation to identifying and developing the project pipeline.
- Work closely with relevant YKAN staff, YKAN Program Directors, NatureVest, TNC Asia Pacific, etc.
- Together with ITP Program Director and relevant senior manager, manage relationships with ADMCF, involved in the preparation and submission of project and financial reports, monitor project progress, etc.
- Provide technical support for the implementation of conservation projects in the Indonesia Terrestrial Program, among others, Sustainable Land Bond, Nature Climate Solution, and Kalimantan Focal Place, as required.