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  • Vacancy 1 (One) ESP for Wildlife Rescue and Rehab Unit, NCD

    The Nature  Conservation Division, DoFPs, MoAF is recruiting 1 (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 6th April, 2018 with the following set of documents and should be meet the following criteria:

    1. Applicant should be a Bhutanese national (preferably a male candidate as job deals mostly with physical/handling of wildlife)
    2. Age between 18-40 years old.
    3. Medical fitness certificate.
    4. Security clearance for employment.
    5. Application (mention contact no.).
    6. Citizen ID card photocopy.
    7. If employed NOC from parent organization.
    8. Employment Application Form (Annexure 4/1).

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  • Vacancy for post of Night guard /Sweeper (ESP)

    The Office of Chief Forestry Officer, SamdrupJongkhar would like to announce the following vacant post:

    Sl.NoPosition TitleNumber of slotPlace of PostingRemarks
    1Night guard /Sweeper (ESP)1 (One)Division HQ 

    The application should be submitted to the administration section on or before 26th March, 2018 before 5 PM with the following set of documents and should meet the following criteria.

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  • World Wildlife Day celebrated

    March 3, Thimphu: Bhutan celebrated the fifth World Wildlife Day with a theme ‘Big cats: predators under threat’. March 3, was declared as the World Wildlife Day at the 68th Session of UN General Assembly.

    The day was celebrated at Dodheyna Park Range under Jigme Dorji National Park (JDNP). It was attended by 55 students from five schools accompanied by teachers under Thimphu Thromde. The chief guest was the Director, Tiger along with guests from WWF Bhutan Office and officials from the Department of Forests and Park Services.

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