UNDP tuyển Phó Quản lý dự án

UNDP cần tuyển Phó quản lý dự án làm việc tại Hà Nội. Hạn chót nộp hồ sơ: 25/04/2008. Thông tin chi tiết như sau:

Job Description

Deputy National Project Manager

Duty station: Ha Noi, Viet Nam

Duration: 12 months with possible extension


The Project VIE/02/001 is co-funded by UNDP and other donors (DFID and Finland) in order to support the Government of Viet Nam in implementing the National Targeted Programmes (NTPs) on poverty reduction and the Programme 135 phase II within the context of macro economic reforms and economic integration. This co-funded project aims to bring about five outputs to enhance the effectiveness of the NTPs as follows:

1. The targeted programmes for poverty reduction are designed in a transparent and participatory manner, are gender-sensitive and take into account the lessons of the evaluation;
2. Efficient and participatory M&E systems at central and local levels established to systematically monitor progress of the targeted programmes on poverty reduction and disseminate outputs timely to the wider public and policy makers for continuously increasing program effectiveness;
3. Effective mechanisms for improved targeting and participation are in place that enhance the access of poor men, women and children to and their benefits from the targeted programmes;
4. Transparent and participatory budget allocation and financial managements systems established and used for targeted poverty reduction programs; and
5. Improved capacity of responsible programme staffs, including the people themselves for more effective and participatory decentralized local level planning, implementation and monitoring of the targeted programmes for poverty reduction at all levels.

The DNPM will work at MOLISA project office under the direct supervision of the National Project Manager (NPM) and the Deputy National Project Director (D-NPD) assigned by MOLISA.


The DNPM will assist the NPM in day-to-day management and implementation of project activities related to the Programme NTP-PR, 2006-2010 ensuring that all project planned activities will be implemented on time and with good quality and compliant with UNDP/NEX policies and procedures.

Key responsibilities of the DNPM are as follows:

1. Prepare, monitor and update annual and quarterly project workplans and budgets, with assistance and supervision of the NPM.
2. Define needs from the government agencies for technical assistance in order to draft and finalize
Terms of References (TORs) for consultants (national and international) and contractors for different project activities defined in the annual and quarterly workplans.
3. Prepare project annual and quarterly progress reports based on results of project implementation and advise the NPM on follow-up actions for different issues identified by consultants, contractors and government agencies.
4. Prepare Annual Project Review/tri-parties review and other regular and ad-hoc review meetings when necessary, in cooperation with and assistance from PM, MOLISA and UNDP.
5. Monitor and support the implementation of project activities by consultants or contractors ensuring timeliness and quality of their outputs;
6. Regularly report to the NPM and D-NPD, and relevant members, if authorized, on project implementation progress, with issues and suggestions when required;


7. Manage project financial system and financial reports ensuring that these are in compliance with NEX guidelines and regulation.
8. On behalf of NPM, be directly responsible for managing all project physical resources (e.g. office equipments, facilities, premises, filling, etc.) and ensure that such equipments and facilities provided by project are regularly maintained in good working conditions.
9. Undertake other tasks required by the NPM.

Reporting line: The DNPM will report directly to the NPM, and only to the DNPD and the PMU when required.

– University degree in either economics, agricultural, rural or social sciences
– At least 3 year working experiences in managing of foreign funded projects
– Have a good understanding of and working experiences with governmental systems and poverty reduction in Vietnam.
– Good working experiences in planning, rural development, policies, other poverty reduction programmes ;
– Ability to work in a team and be open for learning,
– Able to travel to poor and mountainous areas and work under high-pressure;
– Proficiency in both spoken and written English skills, communication skills and implementation arrangements.