ประกาศรับสมัครงาน ปี พ.ศ.2561 ฉบับที่ 3

  1. Regional Project Coordinator for Eliminating All Physical and Humiliating Punishment

Location :

Chiang Mai, THAILAND

Application Deadline :

31-August - 2018 (17.00 p.m. Chiang Mai, Thailand)

Additional Category :

Programme Management

Type of Contract :

Full-time

   

Languages Required :

English, Thai  

Duration of Initial Contract :

Two years six months, with a four month probation period

 

Background

 

The regional project of ‘Eliminating All Physical and Humiliating Punishment’ program (EAPHP) is supported by the Swedish International Development Corporation Agency (SIDA) and managed by Save the Children Thailand and  The Life Skills Development Foundation (TLSDF), in collaboration with other 3 Save the Children Country Offices and their CSO partners from Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.

The Regional Project Coordinator will be supervised by the project manager in a collaboration working to eliminate PHP in MyanMar, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. The implementing organizations, including Save the Children, TLSDF, and CSO partners, work locally in each country to achieve this goal through supporting law reform, and promoting changes in attitudes and practices of caregivers and educators. Additionally, all of the CSOs will learn together through capacity building opportunities, share their knowledge and experience, and collaborate to reach their common goal. Throughout the project, all CSO partners will work to ensure that children’s voices are heard and valued, and that children are able to attend significant events on EA-PHP. Save the Children Thailand and TLSDF are  coordinating and managing this regional level work.

The project specific goal for South East Asia is to ‘Reduce the prevalence of PHP in all settings in the targeted Asian Region countries’ with 2 expected results in the followings.

Result 1: The coordination mechanisms between regional level platforms (ASEAN) and CSOs to eliminate PHP are strengthened by improvement of knowledge and experiences sharing among CSOs and cross- country collaboration regarding EAPHP.

 

Result 2: Children group representatives are enabled to influence the regional EAPHP policy and programs.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Coordinate the EAPHP programme at the regional level to serve as the TLSDF coordination point person for EAPHP interventions at a National level, represent the programme in forums and mechanisms that require agency presence; and promote partnership-building with external stakeholders, following EAPHP programme management guidance of Save the Children Thailand and TLSDF
  • Assume responsibility for the EAPHP programme regional level implementation and ensure programme results through successful management of project portfolio, in accordance with the strategies and work plans provided by the Programme management; Save the Children Thailand and TLSDF
  • Assume organizational responsibility EAPHP regional and National level project monitoring in collaboration with the National EAPHP project coordinator, and  coordinate shared resources and common services, and synchronize operational procedures and systems, in accordance with TLSDF management guidance;
  • Directly monitor Project Consultants and EAPHP project Advocacy and Communication Officer’s work, within the project framework;
  • Directly monitor the programme’s Field Administrator and Finance Associate’s work;
  • Perform any other tasks assigned by the Supervisor.

 

Function/ Expected Results:

Coordinate EAPHP Regional programme activities and programme interventions and, represent TLSDF as project point person; and lead partnership-building activities with external stakeholders and, Save the Children and its implementing partners in accordance with TLSDF management guidance:

  • Maintain a comprehensive overview of EAPHP implementation through regular communication with Save the Children and its implementing partners, and other TLSDF project partners;
  • Arrange quarterly meetings with Save the Children and all its implementing partners to facilitate information-sharing, identify opportunities for cross-agency collaboration and synthesize best practices and lessons learned;
  • Facilitate opportunity for cross-agencies project planning and implementation through joint field visits, needs assessments, and technical assessments;
  • Ensure strong coordination, partnership, and/or programmatic integration with TLSDF programmes, and other regional level implementing partners;
  • Oversee monitoring and facilitation project evaluation and sub-projects implemented at the regional level, including periodic monitoring of implementing partners;
  • Ensure reporting of EAPHP programme both qualitatively and quantitatively to TLSDF management;
  • Ensure provision of technical assistance and capacity-building to the EAPHP programme and its beneficiaries;
  • Support and facilitate external evaluations, audits, and donor assessments and missions.

 

  • Participates in meetings and mechanisms that call for EAPHP regional level programme representation;
  • Represent EAPHP where necessary with respect to external stakeholders, including Government meetings and donor missions, and serves as a clearing-house for information between EAPHP programme point persons and external stakeholders.

Competencies

        Corporate Competencies:

  • Demonstrates integrity by modeling the Human Rights and Child Rights’ values and ethical standards;
  • Promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of TLSDF and EAPHP;
  • Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability;
  • Treats all people fairly without favoritism.

 

        Functional Competencies:

  • Strong conceptual and research/analytical skills, with the ability to think strategically and to rapidly analyze and integrate diverse information from varied sources into conclusions and recommendations;
  • Substantial knowledge of Human Rights mechanisms, ASEAN mechanisms, the Convention on the Rights of the Child, and relevant International mechanisms
  • Prior experience working in the community or similar regions in Thailand;
  • Experience in project/programme implementation with multiple partnering agencies;
  • A self-starter and able to inspire and influence action;
  • Seeks and applies knowledge, information and best practices inside and outside EAPHP programme;
  • Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude;
  • Demonstrates openness to change and ability to manage complexities;
  • Ability to lead effectively, and possesses mentoring and conflict resolution skills;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, proven networking, team-building, organizational and communication skills.

 

Required Skills and Experience

        Education:   

  • Master’s Degree in Education, Social Welfare, Community Development, Public administration, Social sciences, or similar degree from an accredited University is required with 1 year OR Bachelors with 7 years.

 

        Experience:

  • Experience in the area of Education, Social Welfare, Community Development, Public administration, Social Science. Prior experience with child-focused programme would be an advantage;
  • Outstanding communication, project management and organizational skills;
  • Familiarity with the working environment and professional standards of international organizations would also be an advantage;
  • Experience in working with NGOs and civil society, and with participatory approaches;
  • Computer literacy is essential.

        Language Requirement:   

  • Demonstrates strong oral and written English communication skills, along with Thai and/or local dialects.

        Note:

  • Vacancy is open to Thai nationals only.

 

 

     2. Advocacy and Communication Officer for Eliminating All Physical and Humiliating Punishment (EAPHP)

Location :

Chiang Mai, THAILAND

Application Deadline :

31-August - 2018 (17.00 p.m. Chiang Mai, Thailand)

Additional Category :

Programme Management

Type of Contract :

Fulltime

   

Languages Required :

English, Thai  

Duration of Initial Contract :

Two years six months, with a four month probation period

 

Background

 

The regional project of ‘Eliminating All Physical and Humiliating Punishment’ program (EAPHP) is supported by Swedish International Development Corporation Agency (SIDA) and managed by Save the Children Thailand and  The Life Skills Development Foundation (TLSDF), in collaboration with other 3 Save the Children Country Offices and their CSO partners from Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

The Regional Project Coordinator will be supervised by the project manager in the collaborating attempt to achieve the project overarching goal to eliminate PHP in MyanMar, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. The implementing organizations comprised of Save the Children, TLSDF and CSO partners will work locally in each country to achieve this goal through supporting law reform, and promoting changes in attitudes and practices of caregivers and educators. Additionally, all of the CSOs will learn together through capacity building opportunities, share their knowledge and experience, and collaborate to reach their common goal. Throughout the project, all CSO partners will work to ensure that children’s voices are heard and valued, and that children are able to attend significant events on EA-PHP. Save the Children Thailand and TLSDF is coordinating and managing the implementation of this regional level work.

The project specific goal for South East Asia is to ‘Reduce the prevalence of PHP in all settings in the targeted Asian Region countries’ with 2 expected results in the followings.

Result 1: The coordination mechanisms between regional level platforms (ASEAN) and CSOs to eliminate PHP are strengthened by improvement of knowledge and experiences sharing among CSOs and cross countries collaboration to EAPHP.  

Result 2: Children group representatives are enabling to influence the regional EAPHP policy and programs.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Design EAPHP advocacy and communication strategies, and operate the designed platforms and tools within the project framework with the guidance of EAPHP programme management; (Save the Children Thailand and TLSDF)
  • Set up and manage EAPHP communication mechanisms and methodology for both regional and national levels, in accordance with EAPHP programme management guidance; Save the Children Thailand and TLSDF
  • Assist the EAPHP programme regional and national coordinators to implement EAPHP programme and ensure the achievement of programme results through successful management of the project portfolio, in accordance with the strategies and work plans provided by the Programme management; Save the Children Thailand and TLSDF
  • Assume organizational responsibility for the EAPHP programme’s communication at a regional and National level in collaboration with the Regional and National EAPHP project coordinators, including the coordination of shared resources and common services and harmonization of operational procedures and systems, in accordance with TLSDF management’s guidance;
  • Perform any other tasks assigned by the Supervisor.

 

Function/ Expected Results:

Provide advocacy, and communication strategies, and tools for EAPHP programme by serving as the project communication point person, while representing TLSDF in forums and mechanisms; and communicate with programme partners and external stakeholders on behalf of TLSDF, Save the Children and its implementing partners in accordance with TLSDF management guidance:

  • Assist the Regional Programme Coordinator to maintain a comprehensive overview of EAPHP implementation through regular communication with Save the Children and its implementing partners and other TLSDF project focal points;
  • Assist the Regional Programme Coordinator to convene quarterly meetings with all Save the Children and its implementing partners to facilitate information-sharing, identify opportunities for cross-agencies collaboration and synthesize best practices and lessons learned;
  • Ensures efficient communication with TLSDF programmes, and other EAPHP implementing partners at regional and national levels;
  • Communicate the EAPHP programme success, lessons learnt and challenges according to project monitoring and evaluation results
  • Assist the Regional Programme Coordinator to provide reports of EAPHP programme presentation to TLSDF management;
  • Ensures provision of technical assistance on communication skills building to EAPHP programme and its beneficiaries supported directly or indirectly by TLSDF and Save the Children and its partnering organizations;
  • Participates in meetings and mechanisms that call for EAPHP programme representation at the regional and national levels as assigned by the Programme Coordinators and TLSDF management;
  • Represents EAPHP where necessary with respect to external stakeholders, including Government meetings and donor missions and serves as a clearing-house for information between EAPHP programme focal points and external stakeholders.

Competencies

        Corporate Competencies:

  • Demonstrates integrity by modeling the Human Rights and Child Rights’s values and ethical standards;
  • Promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of TLSDF and EAPHP;
  • Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability;
  • Treats all people fairly without favoritism.

 

        Functional Competencies:

  • Strong conceptual and research/analytical skills, with the ability to communicate strategically and to rapidly analyze and integrate diverse information from varied sources into presentations;
  • Substantial knowledge of Human Rights mechanisms, ASEAN mechanisms, the Convention on the Rights of the Child and relevant International mechanisms
  • Experience working in programme communication, journalist agencies and/or media production community or similar;
  • A self-starter and able to inspire and influence action;
  • Seeks and applies knowledge, information and best practices inside and outside EAPHP programme;
  • Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude;
  • Demonstrates openness to change and ability to manage complexities;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, proven networking, team-building, organizational and communication skills.

 

Required Skills and Experience

        Education:   

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Educational Technology, Humanity Science, Mass Communication, Fine Art, or similar degree from an accredited University is required with 3 years.

 

        Experience:

  • Experience in the area of information, communication and technology (ICT) in Social Welfare, Community Development, Public administration, Social Science. Prior experience with child-focused programme would be an advantage;
  • Outstanding communication, and organizational skills;
  • Familiarity with the working environment and professional standards of international organizations would also be an advantage;
  • Experience in working with NGOs and civil society, and with participatory approaches;
  • Computer literacy is essential.

        Language Requirement:   

  • Demonstrates strong oral and written English communication skills, along with Thai and/or local dialects.

        Note:

  • Vacancy is open to Thai nationals only.

 

Benefits and Applying

Salary: commensurate with experience.

Benefits: 10 days’ paid vacation with annual unused rollover days, 15 personal business days, Thai

holidays, 30 days’ sick leave, use of organization car and personal vehicle mileage compensation,

office cell/internet services.

Apply: Submit a cover letter, CV and two recommendations to tlsdf@csloxinfo.com

The subject email line should include EAPHP Regional Project Coordinator or EAPHP Advocacy and Communication Officer Application. Please submit by 31 August, 2018.