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Tổ chức Bảo tồn Động thực vật Quốc tế (FFI) hiện đang tuyển một điều phối dự án làm việc tại Hà Giang. Hạn cuối nộp hồ sơ: 30/10/2009.

Project Coordinator for Ha Giang Province, northern Vietnam
, to coordinate project activities of Fauna & Flora International (FFI) for the conservation of Ha Giang’s unique biodiversity, in particular the Critically Endangered Tonkin Snub-nosed Monkey – one of the world’s rarest monkeys. Ha Giang Province is an area of strategic interest for the FFI Vietnam Programme, recognising the high biodiversity values of Ha Giang’s forests, including the Tonkin snub-nosed monkey, but also rare tree species and poorly known amphibian and reptile species.

The recruited person will work closely with Ha Giang Forest Protection Department to implement projects and coordinate activities with commune authorities, local people and other project partners. FFI places strong emphasis on involving local communities in conservation. As such the recruited person will need to be adaptable, innovative and willing to take on new challenges to address FFI’s goals to support biodiversity conservation.

There will also be a strong expectation for developing the conservation programme of FFI in Ha Giang and for the recruited person to develop their own role within FFI.

Starting date: As soon as possible

Duration: One year with expectation for renewal depending upon performance.

Requirements
• Demonstrated commitment to nature conservation
• University education in forestry, biology, rural development and agriculture or similar subjects.
• At least 5 years experience in conservation/natural resource management or similarly related field
• Self-motivated and confident to work independently in remote mountainous areas
• Strong relationship-building and facilitation skills
• Good organisational and planning skills
• Vietnamese national
• Good English language

Interested applicants are invited to send a letter and CV in English by Friday 30 October 2009 to: Mr. Paul Insua-Cao, Vietnam Primate Programme Manager; E-mail: paul.insua-cao@fauna-flora.org; or FFI Vietnam Programme Office at: 340 Nghi Tam, Tay Ho, Ha Noi; Tel: 04.7194117. Ext: 22.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviewing.

For more information about FFI visit: www.fauna-flora.org

Persons without a strong commitment to biodiversity conservation need not apply.

Viện Y tế phát triển cộng đồng (LIGHT) hiện đang tuyển 1 biên phiên dịch làm việc tại Hà Nội. Hạn nộp hồ sơ: 23/10/2009.

LIGHT
is a dynamic not-for-profit community health and development organization that conducts research and manages projects on a range of community health and other development issues, and trains healthcare professionals. It works in close partnership with civil society organizations, local authorities and other NGOs to deliver it’s projects, and is influential in working with the Government to shape policies and laws.

We are looking for a suitably qualified professional to join our team in Hanoi. You will play a vital role in providing support to the Deputy Director who provides day to day leadership of the organization, and to an English national Senior Technical Analyst. You must be a team player and have strong organizational skills, as well as excellent conversational English to be able to interpret at meetings.

Other essential attributes include:
• College or university graduate majoring in English language
• Minimum of 2 year’s experience in a similar role
• Good organizational skills with the ability to prioritise work and meet deadlines
• Motivated with a pro-active approach to work
• Proficiency in MS Office software

The position is full-time and the salary negotiable.

LIGHT values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

Please forward letters of application in English addressing the requirements of the job, with your CV to Lynnette Savings, Senior Technical Analyst.
Email: lynnette@light.org.vn; light@viettel.vn
Fax: 04.6267.14.56
Phone: 04.627.14.55

Interviews will take place on the 2 or 3 of November and will include an English language test.

Application deadline: 12 noon on Friday 23 October

Chương trình đào tạo về Quan hệ quốc tế (GSIA) của Đại học Châu Á Thái Bình Dương phối hợp với Viện Nghiên cứu Hòa bình quốc tế Oslo (PRIO) và Đại học Bjørknes xin thông báo về xuất học bổng toàn phần năm 2010. Hạn cuối nộp hồ sơ: 30/04/2010.

The Graduate Studies in International Affairs (GSIA) program in the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, in partnership with the International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO) and Bjørknes College, offers one scholarship each year for full-time study in the Master of International Affairs specialising in Peace and Conflict Studies degree program. Tuition fees will be covered by The Australian National University and Bjørknes College; and students will receive some funding towards living costs as a stipend.

Program: Master of International Affairs specialising in Peace and Conflict Studies (Code 7815SPEACE)

Stipend
Canberra: A$6,200 – in fortnightly payments
Oslo: NOK 30,000
Tuition Fee
Canberra: A$12,000 (international students) or A$8,400 (Australian or New Zealand students)
Oslo: NOK 40,000
Maximum Duration: 2 sessions/semesters full-time

Application Close: 30 April
Take Up By: 15 May
Oslo Session Commences: 17 August (tbc)
Oslo Session Ends: 11 December(tbc)
Canberra Semester Commences: 22 February
Canberra Semester Ends: 30 June
Eligible Program(s): Master of International Affairs specialising in Peace and Conflict Studies
Eligibility Criteria: International students, Australian and Norwegian students

How to Apply
Applicants should state their interest in being considered for this Scholarship in their application for admission. Please refer to the application procedure.

Contact
Applicants are encouraged to contact Graduate Studies in International Affairs office for more information:Email: gsia@anu.edu.au Phone: +61-2-6125 2167
Full details on award conditions available here.
More info: http://rspas.anu.edu.au/gsia/oslops.htm

Submit CV for Scholarship and Job Applicants

Tổ chức Sức khoẻ gia đình quốc tế (FAMILY HEALTH INTERNATIONAL – FHI) hiện đang tuyển nhiều vị trí cán bộ chương trình về tư vấn – kiểm tra, nghiên cứu lâm sàng; chăm sóc và điều trị. Hạn nộp hồ sơ: 30/10/2009.

FAMILY HEALTH INTERNATIONAL (FHI)
is an international non-governmental organization that works with the Vietnam Ministry of Health, other ministries, provincial health services, and local non-government organizations to promote the health and well-being of the Vietnamese population, particularly vulnerable and disenfranchised groups. FHI is currently building the capacity of local organizations in HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment; clinical research for the development of vaccines and drugs for infectious diseases; tobacco control; and laboratory strengthening.

We are currently seeking qualified, experienced and highly motivated Vietnamese nationals to join FHI/Vietnam for the following positions based in Hanoi:

1. Senior Program Officer – Voluntary Counseling and Testing
The position will be responsible for developing and monitoring HIV/AIDS Counseling and Testing projects supported by FHI and providing management guidance and technical assistance to ensure that projects follow workplan targets, achieve technical requirements and complete deliverables in accordance with FHI policies and procedures.
The successful candidate will have the following qualifications and abilities:
• Medical doctor or Bachelor in Pharmacy, preferably a Masters degree in social sciences or public health field
• Two years or comparable experience in the design, implementation and management of HIV/AIDS counseling and testing programs.
• Knowledge of health education and development programs and interventions in Vietnam.

2. Program Officer – Care and Treatment
The position will be responsible for developing, managing, and monitoring comprehensive HIV/AIDS care, support, and treatment projects supported by FHI. In addition, each of these positions will be a focal point for their respective technical areas in (1) Nutrition, Social Support and (2) Pediatrics and Prevention-of-Mother-to-Child-Transmission (PMTCT).
Successful candidates will have the following qualifications and abilities:
• Medical doctor, preference for specialization in infectious diseases with knowledge of HIV clinical care and ARV treatment
• Two years or comparable professional experience in providing medical care, preferably to people-living-with-HIV (PLHIV). Demonstrated skills and knowledge in holistic and client-centered care

3. Program Officer – Clinical Research
The position will be responsible for monitoring clinical trials and other health related research, including provision of site training and oversight; implementation of activities required to start clinical studies as well as on-going activities to support and oversee trial activities to ensure that clinical study activities are conducted properly and meet all applicable regulatory requirements including compliance with Good Clinical Practice (GCP).
The successful candidate will have the following qualifications and abilities:
• Medical doctor or Bachelors in public health, pharmacy or nursing; preferably a Masters degree in public health, clinical epidemiology or health related field;
• Two years relevant work experience and professional knowledge and expertise in GCP and research implementation.

General requirements for all positions:
• Experience and knowledge in health or development programs, preferably in the area of the specific position.
• Ability and enthusiasm to learn new areas and willingness to contribute to a dynamic team.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills in both Vietnamese and English.
• Experience with computers, including word processing, spreadsheets, and the Internet.
• Work experience with NGOs/INGOs is preferred but not mandatory.

FHI offers competitive salary and benefits.
Please submit detailed curriculum vitae and cover letter (in English), and clearly indicating which position you are applying for as well as copies of relevant certificates/degrees and contact numbers, by Oct 30, 2009 to:

Human Resources Officer, Family Health International
3rd Floor, No. 1 Ba Trieu Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Viet Nam
Email: recruitment@fhi.org.vn

To obtain a detailed job description for the position, please send your request to recruitment@fhi.org.vn
Only short listed candidates will be invited for interviews.

Tổ chức Bảo tồn Động thực vật Quốc tế (FFI) hiện đang tuyển một điều phối dự án làm việc tại Hà Giang. Hạn cuối nộp hồ sơ: 30/10/2009.

Project Coordinator for Ha Giang Province, northern Vietnam, to coordinate project activities of Fauna & Flora International (FFI) for the conservation of Ha Giang’s unique biodiversity, in particular the Critically Endangered Tonkin Snub-nosed Monkey – one of the world’s rarest monkeys. Ha Giang Province is an area of strategic interest for the FFI Vietnam Programme, recognising the high biodiversity values of Ha Giang’s forests, including the Tonkin snub-nosed monkey, but also rare tree species and poorly known amphibian and reptile species.

The recruited person will work closely with Ha Giang Forest Protection Department to implement projects and coordinate activities with commune authorities, local people and other project partners. FFI places strong emphasis on involving local communities in conservation. As such the recruited person will need to be adaptable, innovative and willing to take on new challenges to address FFI’s goals to support biodiversity conservation.

There will also be a strong expectation for developing the conservation programme of FFI in Ha Giang and for the recruited person to develop their own role within FFI.

Starting date: As soon as possible

Duration: One year with expectation for renewal depending upon performance.

Requirements
• Demonstrated commitment to nature conservation
• University education in forestry, biology, rural development and agriculture or similar subjects.
• At least 5 years experience in conservation/natural resource management or similarly related field
• Self-motivated and confident to work independently in remote mountainous areas
• Strong relationship-building and facilitation skills
• Good organisational and planning skills
• Vietnamese national
• Good English language

Interested applicants are invited to send a letter and CV in English by Friday 30 October 2009 to: Mr. Paul Insua-Cao, Vietnam Primate Programme Manager; E-mail: paul.insua-cao@fauna-flora.org; or FFI Vietnam Programme Office at: 340 Nghi Tam, Tay Ho, Ha Noi; Tel: 04.7194117. Ext: 22.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviewing.

For more information about FFI visit: http://www.fauna-flora.org

Persons without a strong commitment to biodiversity conservation need not apply.

CARE là một tổ chức phi chính phủ hoạt động trong lĩnh vực bảo vệ sức khoẻ, phát triển nông thôn và phòng chống thiên tai. Hiện tại, Care tại Việt Nam đang tuyển cố vấn tài chính. Hạn nộp hồ sơ: 22/10/2009.

Summary of job:

The primary responsibility of the Micro Finance Consultant is to provide technical input and advice to the Banking on Change project. The position is responsible to develop a comprehensive roadmap for the provision of appropriate financial services by the project to the target group, and to develop and design the required capacity building programs that are required by partner agencies to be able to achieve the project objectives. The position works closely together with the partner organizations, the Youth Union (YU) of Long An province and the Capital Fund for the Employment of the Poor (CEP) in Long An province, and with CARE staff.

Main duties:

– Undertake a thorough review of the capacities of all partner agencies in the area of microfinance withreference to the specific target group – youth, especially women and migrants.

– Undertake a thorough review on the capacities and needs of the target group – youth in urban and peri-urban areas of Long An province withreference to savings and credit
– Refine existing or develop new products that will provide for the identified needs of the target group
– Refine existing or develop new MIS to capture appropriate data required for effective monitoring of the project;
– Provide the capacity building of partners;

Selection Criteria:

– At least 5 years work experience with an international development agency or rural development program.
– 3 years experience working on micro finance projects at a technical advisory level.
– Good understanding of the range of financial products within micro-finance, and their appropriateness to specific target groups
– Excellent knowledge of both Vietnamese and English, written and spoken
– A professional qualification in banking or micro finance

Interested candidates should send a full CV in English and stating the
position title to email: hr.hcm@care.org.vn.
CARE International in Vietnam
32/63 Cao Thang Street,
Ward 5, District 3 HCMC
Closing date to apply for this position: 22 October 2009

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for interviews.
Unfortunately, CARE is not able to accept telephone inquiries regarding this
position.

Tổ chức Pact Việt Nam hiện đang cần tuyển quản lý chương trình làm việc tại Hà Nội. Hạn cuối nộp hồ sơ: 15/10/2009.

Pact, an international NGO based in Washington, DC, aims to build the capacity of local organizations to meet pressing social needs in HIV/AIDS, livelihoods, and other sectors in dozens of countries around the world. Pact Viet Nam’s program is currently focused on supporting the national HIV/AIDS response. We provide USAID funding, technical assistance, and capacity building support to NGOs implementing prevention, care and treatment interventions, as well as policy-level initiatives. We are seeking a talented Vietnamese national to join our dynamic team in Ha Noi.

Program Manager, HIV/AIDS Prevention

Main responsibilities: The Program Manager works closely with the Director of Programs, taking the lead in managing Pact’s HIV/AIDS prevention program and supervising the prevention team.

Specific roles & responsibilities

* Oversee Pact’s partnership with HIV/AIDS prevention program grantees

* Manage and supervise members of prevention team and consultants

* Work with other team leaders to develop strategies and coordinate activities

* Ensure Pact’s prevention programming is appropriately targeted and meets donor planning, budgeting and reporting requirements

* Build and maintain relationships with other donors and government and non-governmental organizations working in HIV/AIDS prevention to facilitate coordination, collaboration, and sharing of resources

Desired education, skills and qualities

* Masters degree in public health or a related social science
* Familiarity with the full continuum of HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment programming and at least 5 years of proven professional experience in HIV prevention programming and/or behavior change communication

* Substantial experience in personnel and project/program management, including planning, budgeting, implementation, monitoring and evaluation
* Experience in organizational representation and maintenance of donor and government relations
* A strong team player with excellent interpersonal skills and the
ability to work in a high profile, fast-paced environment.

* Ability to communicate technical issues effectively and persuasively.

* Ability to develop staff capacity through mentoring, training, trouble shooting, and consultation

* Demonstrated ability to transfer knowledge and build partnerships with local organizations through training and mentoring
* Team spirit, flexibility, commitment, and the belief that no task is unimportant

* Ability to learn new material quickly and willingness to learn

* Advanced spoken and written English

Pact Viet Nam offers competitive salaries and a generous benefits package.

All applications must include (1) a letter explaining why you are interested and how you are suitable and (2) a curriculum vitae. Please email your application to hrc@pactvietnam.org no later than Oct 15, 2009.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Please do not make phone calls.

Tran Thi Men, Operations Manager
Pact Vietnam 37A Xuan Dieu, Tay Ho District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: 844.3719.8899 ext. 102, Fax: 844.3719.1260, Mob: 849.890.59.599
ttmen@pactvietnam.org

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