The Phibsoo Wildlife Sanctuary, Shariphu, Singye Geog under Sarpang Dzongkhag is pleased to Re announce the following vacancies for the post of GSP and ESP under Department of Forest and Park Services, DoFPS, MoAF.
Submit your complete documents to ADM section under Phibsoo wildlife Sanctuary and the last date of submission is on 30th April 2018 before 5pm. incomplete documents shall not entertained for shortlisting.
April 7-9, Haa: Three days workshop on ecotourism was conducted by Nature Conservation Division under Department of Forests and Park Services in Haa from 7-9 April 2018.
The officials from protected areas of Bhutan who are involved in ecotourism development in their respective parks participated at the workshop. The workshop also included participants from key stakeholders like Ugyen Wangchuck Institute of Conservation and Environment and Research, Tourism Council of Bhutan, Association of Bhutanese Tour Operators and Handicraft Association of Bhutan with the aim to understand their roles in tourism and strengthen coordination and partnership between these agencies and Park officials.
The forestry staff of Tsirang Forest Division recently rescued a critically endangered female Chinese pangolin. Upon receipt of information it had an injury, a team of forestry staff rushed to the site wherein the Pangolin had been brought to the Division Forest Office compound for further treatment and monitoring. According to Mr. Kinley, Sr. Forest Ranger who led the team said “The injured pangolin has been found in its defensive (rolled) position which is a normal habit when it comes across other creatures”. With the support of a local resident, the victim was brought to Damphu for treatment and management.
Of the eight species of pangolin occurring globally, four species are seen in Asia whereby Bhutan harbours a good habitat for Chinese and Indian pangolins. Chinese Pangolin is reported from Bhutan, China, Hong Kong, India, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Nepal, Taiwan, Province of China, Thailand and Vietnam. However, as per the International Union for Conservation of Nature its population is in drastic decline as a result of poaching and illegal trade.
The Nature Conservation Division, DoFPs, MoAF is recruiting1 (One) ESP for Wildlife Rescue and Rehab Unit, NCD at Taba, as per the approval of the RCSC letter No. RCSC/HRMD/7/2016/3082 dated 24 March, 2016. The application should be submitted to the Chief Forestry Officer, Nature Conservation Division, DoFPS, Taba on or before 20th April, 2018 with the following set of documents and should be meet the following criteria:
Applicant should be a Bhutanese national (preferably a male candidate as job deals mostly with physical/handling of wildlife)
Age between 18-40 years old.
Medical fitness certificate.
Security clearance for employment.
Application (mention contact no.).
Citizen ID card photocopy.
If employed NOC from parent organization.
Employment Application Form (Annexure 4/1 RCSC Web).
As per the announcement made in MoAF website on dated 13th March 2018, the Thimphu Forest Division, DoFPS is pleased to announce the shortlisted candidates for the post of ESP as details mentioned below:
Note: The shortlisted candidates are requested to report for the Selection Interview as scheduled above, failing which his/her selection will not be entertained. The following documents must be produced in original during the time of interview:
Citizen Identity Card
Valid Medical Fitness Certificate original
Valid Approved Security Clearance
No objection letter if employee
Other Certificate of Experiences/ Excellence if any