We are looking for an experienced and mature senior team member who has expertise in wetland management and is passionate about environmental conservation and education. The position will mainly involve our conservation project in Sha Lo Tung (SLT), Tai Po, which includes habitat management, scientific research, community engagement, public education and liaison with different stakeholders. The suitable candidate may also be engaged in other conservation or education projects/duties.


  • Oversee every stage of the project in SLT, including planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, reporting and achievement sharing to fulfil the agreed conservation goals within designated time frames;
  • Manage the on-site workforce and coordinate with other team members to implement habitat restoration and maintenance works;
  • Coordinate ecological and environmental studies to inform habitat management decisions;
  • Communicate and maintain good relationships with different stakeholders and partners, including government departments, professional bodies, community groups, villagers, volunteers, etc.
  • Coordinate engagement activities for schools and the community, such as nature tours and school talks;
  • Oversee the production of educational materials and publications;
  • Manage project managerial tasks such as proposal preparation, financial control and reporting;
  • Mentor, train and support junior staff members to enhance the team’s effectiveness and promote their personal development;
  • Support other projects where necessary.

Basic requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or above in ecology, environmental science, biology, geography or related disciplines;
  • An aggregate of not less than five years of full-time working experience in wetland management and at managerial or supervisory level in the past decade (less experienced candidate will be considered as Assistant Conservation & Education Manager);
  • Demonstrated knowledge of local ecology and environmental issues;
  • Physical fitness and experience to cope with challenging outdoor environments;
  • Passion for biodiversity conservation;
  • Experience in environmental education;
  • Proficient command in both English and Chinese;
  • Strong sense of responsibility, leadership skills and ability to work well both as an individual and as a team player in a rapid working environment;
  • Other essential attributes: positive and self-motivated working attitude, drive to progress, attention to detail, open-mindedness, strong self-learning ability, communication and problem-solving skills

Nice to be/have:

  • Skills in GIS and data analysis;
  • Identification skills and management experience for local plants, odonates, butterflies, fireflies, birds, herpetofauna, freshwater fishes or mammals.

This position bases in our headquarters in Lai Chi Kok and our management area in SLT. We offer a 5-day work week and a competitive salary. Occasionally, you are required to work on Saturday, Sunday or public holidays; compensation leave will be provided in such circumstances.

Interested candidates please send your cover letter, CV with past work track records, current salary, expected salary and academic results to matthewS@greenpower.org.hk. (Please mark the job reference in the email subject.)

Application would be considered until the position is filled.