Deadline: 24 June 2020
The International Labour Organization (ILO) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of National Project Coordinator in Yangon, Myanmar. The duration of this post is 1 year.
The mission of the ILO is to promote rights at work, encourage decent employment opportunities, enhance social protection and strengthen dialogue on work-related issues.
Key Job Responsibilities
The National Project Coordinator will perform the following functions-
- Lead the project’s timely implementation, monitoring and evaluation through management functions, including provision of technical and administrative supervision to the project team in line with ILO policies, rules and regulations and according to the final project document and work plan.
- Under the guidance of the DLO and the CTA, judiciously manage the project budget and ensure timely disbursement and settlement of funds, hiring of external collaborators and service providers and timely procurement and management of goods and services.
- Review and analyse the evolving context of child labour in Myanmar, related policies and legislation and research and identify interventions that can sustainably contribute to address them.
- Regularly share oral and written analysis with management, other child labour programme and the constituents in the NTDF platform.
- Keep abreast of other FPRW related activities of the ILO and other organisations and identify either synergies or communication strategies in relation to them.
- Assemble and edit basic data required for planning and negotiation of project activities, considering different approaches and alternative methods for project design, management, problem identification and problem resolution; consider project partners’ suggestions and needs in updating activities and work plan.
- Draft terms of reference for partnership agreements, consultants and/or service providers.
Applicants must have:
- First Level University Degree in economics, social sciences, or related field.
- At least 2 year’s of professional experience managing programmes on child labour, forced labour, child protection, trafficking or an area directly related to the project.
- Good knowledge and experience of policies, legislation and programmes on child labour and related issues, including poverty reduction, education and social policies.
- Knowledge of the policy making process.
- Excellent command of English and national languages.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit applications through online process.
For more information, visit ILO.