Tổ chức CARE Việt Nam cần tuyển Quản lý dự án. Hạn nộp hồ sơ: 31/08/2010.
CARE in Vietnam is a Non-Government Organization representing the CARE International network. CARE in Vietnam is a creative and dynamic organization, working with Vietnamese partners in the sectors of health, rural development and disaster mitigation and preparedness.
CARE in Vietnam is looking for an experienced and qualified Vietnamese to fill in Project Manager for Health projects on life skills for women and reproductive health for youth.
Position title: Project Manager
Reporting to: Health Program Manager
Contract: One year contract with potential for extension
Base in: Ha Noi with travel to project sites as required
Summary of Job:
This position manages two health projects, one providing life skills trainings for female garment workers in GAP vendor factories and the other using Participatory learning methods to address sexual and reproductive health (SRH) issues among ethnic youths. He/she will make all project activities conducted in quality, timely and effective manner to achieve all the project objectives and indicators designed in the project log frame.
Project Manager (PM) is responsible to ensure all project activities in line with CARE and the donor’s policies and guidelines
– Overall project cycle management, including: planning, implementation and monitoring of activities, financial and personnel management, preparation of quarterly Costed Work Plan, partner relations/support and preparation of reports to donor
– Maintaining good relationships with donor and Vietnamese partners, and staff management
– Represent CARE with government and non-government organizations, donors and relevant individuals and organizations
– Provide support to project and health team in general and assist in strategic planning processes
1. At least 2 years experience managing community-based HIV/AIDS, or sexual reproductive health (SRH), or life skills projects for an international organization with technical knowledge on SRH and life skills;
2. Proven experience and skills of project cycle management, including planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, finance management, staff management and partnership;
3. Proven professional experience and skills of problem solving, negotiation, communication, facilitation and training;
4. Ability to work effectively as a team member/leader and with minimal supervision;
5. Computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook applications);
6. Familiarity with and commitment to gender equity;
7. Excellent written and spoken English language skills;
8. Willingness to frequently travel to project site(s)
Interested candidates should send a full CV in English and stating the position title to email: email@example.com . Closing date to apply for this position: 31 August 2010
The short-listed applicants will be contacted for interviews. Please no telephone contact after submitting the application.