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Chief of party | Burma (Myanmar) | 2020
Chemonics International (Government relations)
Anywhere in Myanmar
Chemonics International
(Government relations)

Chemonics seeks a chief of party for an anticipated USAID project to support responsible investment and trade in Burma (Myanmar). The five year project aims to promote civilian ownership of the Burmese economy by increasing the share held by responsible, accountable, and transparent firms. We are seeking individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide overall leadership, management, and technical direction to the project
  • Serve as the primary point of contact for USAID/Burma for strategic, managerial, and technical matters and oversee day-to-day project management and implementation
  • Serve as the project’s key liaison, representing Chemonics to USAID, the Burmese government, counterparts, local partners, and other stakeholders
  • Monitor and, where necessary, modify programmatic assistance to ensure effective implementation and achieve targeted results
  • Ensure the project meets high standards for performance and integrity, as wells complies with applicable regulations and Chemonics policies


  • Advanced degree in relevant technical field preferred
  • Experience in a similar leadership position, preferably as chief of party for a USAID project
  • Minimum 10 years of work experience in trade and responsible investment, including experience facilitating business transactions and promoting transparent and fair business practices
  • Minimum five years of experience working in Southeast Asia, post-conflict countries, or other relevant country contexts; Burma experience preferred
  • Demonstrated leadership experience managing large teams in culturally diverse settings
  • Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity

Application instructions:

Please send an email with your CV and cover letter attached and “Chief of Party” in the subject line to ************* no later than February 1, 2020. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted.

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Chemonics is an equal opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, age, or other legally protected characteristics. Military veterans, AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.

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Senior Quality & Performance Development Manager
Mercy Corps (Civic & social organization)
Mercy Corps
(Civic & social organization)

Programming Yangon, Myanmar


About Mercy Corps

Mercy Corps is a leading global organization powered by the belief that a better world is possible. In disaster, in hardship, in more than 40 countries around the world, we partner to put bold solutions into action — helping people triumph over adversity and build stronger communities from within. Now, and for the future.

Program / Department Summary

Mercy Corps is a leading global humanitarian agency saving and improving lives in the world’s toughest places. With a network of experienced professionals in more than 40 countries, we partner with local communities to put bold ideas into action to help people recover, overcome hardship and build better lives – now, and for the future. Mercy Corps has worked in Myanmar since 2008 and is focused on market development; climate resilience; conflict resolution; local governance; and humanitarian response and recovery.

General Position Summary

This position plays a leading, important role in MCM program development by providing essential support to the Director of Programs, the Country Director and the Senior Management team in growing the MCM portfolio in a responsible manner, guided by Mercy Corps Myanmar’s Country Strategy. This includes preparing for and identifying new funding opportunities and translating these opportunities into winning proposals for new programs to strategically connect into a cohesive country portfolio.

A viable project pipeline is often the result of investments in learning and research. To that end, MCM needs to make sure that its research agenda is strategic, funded and in line with its country strategy. Once research results are out, it is critically important that these results are shared internally and externally, and learned from. The Senior Quality and Performance Development Manager works with the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) and project teams to define quality and learning agendas and ensure that these agendas are implemented and that lessons are drawn and applied. The Senior Quality and Performance Development Manager is responsible to establish a learning culture within the organization and promoting evidence-based thought leadership and research to help the organization generate lessons learnt and incorporate them into the development of future programs.

MCM is only able to thrive if funders see excellence in implementation and project delivery that is timely and with quality. An essential part of the role is hence related to quality, since a successful portfolio and brand depends ultimately on the country program’s ability to demonstrate impact, innovation and influence using a data centered approach. The individual is expected fulfill all responsibilities while while demonstrating visible leadership and adherence to Mercy Corps’ core values, principles and strategy

Essential Job Responsibilities


  • Lead on the development of a MCM program development strategy
  • Lead pro-active program development in close collaboration with the Country Director (CD) and Director of Programs (DoP) – scoping, research and leading the development of concepts and proposals.
  • Lead on key program development functions, including but not limited to donor outreach, program design, proposal writing, partnership building, pre-bid assessments, lead writers recruitment and management.
  • Support the Country Director and DoP in exploration, evaluation and presentation of new project funding opportunities and establishment of new partnerships.
  • Support the SLT in tracking new potential project opportunities from known and new donors
  • Participate in the evaluation of program priorities within the country


  • Support program quality and impact measurement by ensuring programs are based on sound design principles and utilize Mercy Corps and donor required guidelines and policies.
  • Assist team members with information, tools and resources to improve performance & reach objectives.
  • Provide technical support and capacity building to Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) and program teams on evaluation methodologies and play a supportive role in the evaluation of programs.
  • Lead learning sessions with program teams
  • Support the development and piloting of innovative tools and methodologies to capture program outcomes and test theories of change.
  • Lead on the crafting of the bi-yearly 3 I’s report.
  • Help ensure all interventions adhere to Mercy Corps’ Gender Policy, Do No Harm principles, and program participant accountability standards.


  • Lead the identification of research opportunities and create a coherent research pipeline
  • Fundraise for the research agenda of MCM
  • Manage research projects, as required, including the management and identification of external researchers/consultants
  • Monitor the progress of MCM research agenda’s implementation
  • Liaise with HQ research teams and relevant Technical Support Unit(TSU) teams
  • Ensure that comprehensive dissemination plans are developed and executed to promote MCM brand and foster thought leadership
  • Develop and maintain relationships with peer agencies for common research priorities
  • Represent Mercy Corps at relevant fora in Myanmar and elsewhere if required
  • Produce knowledge products (impact briefs, success stories) to reflect lessons learnt and make sure that these knowledge products are used


  • As part of our commitment to organizational learning and in support of our understanding that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities they serve, we expect all team members to commit 5% of their time to learning activities that benefit Mercy Corps as well as themselves.


  • Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts toward accountability, specifically
  • to our participants and to international standards guiding international relief and development work, while actively engaging communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.

Supervisory Responsibility

May depend on the situation, ad hoc line management of team members might be required


  • Reports Directly To: Reports to Director of Programs
  • Works Directly With: Country Director, Country MEL Manager, MEL team members, operations and finance team members, TSU teams

Knowledge and Experience

  • A Master’s Degree in relevant subject such as international relations, international development, peace & conflict studies, etc.
  • 5+ years of experience developing, implementing, and/or monitoring and evaluating programs.
  • A successful track record of developing winning proposals
  • Experience working with various donor agencies (EU, US, UN, etc..) in various sectors
  • Interest and motivation to use data as a key foundation for program quality
  • An ability to adapt, be flexible and get things done without having direct line management over projects
  • Strong writing skills and excellent analytical abilities
  • Excellent ability to develop and maintain personal relationships
  • Fluency in English is required; local Myanmar languages are an asset.
  • Culturally sensitive, with experience working in Myanmar and/or Asia preferred

Success Factors

The successful candidate will be curious, outgoing and entrepreneurial and possess a passion for creating new opportunities. The individual should be driven by interest in promoting change and developing a learning culture through local capacity building. The person should bring practical experience of wanting to pilot innovative methodologies and be motivated by showing high impact or influence. The team member will have an ability to understand the connections between research, project implementation and strategy. The individual will have excellent English writing and communications skills, as well as analytical abilities. While able to work independently, the person will be a team player capable of integrating into a diverse, predominantly Myanmar national team, with an understanding of cross-cultural communications and sensitivity. The team member will be comfortable with a dynamic workplace and capable of rapidly shifting priorities as external circumstances dictate.

Living Conditions / Environmental Conditions

The position is based in Yangon with regular travel to field sites in Myanmar. Housing is individual accommodation with unlimited freedom of movement beyond the house/office. Team members have access to services – medical, electricity, water, etc. This position requires at least 30% of field travel.

Mercy Corps team members represent the agency both during and outside work hours when deployed in a field posting or on a visit/short term assignment to a field posting. Team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and respect local laws, customs and MC's policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all in-country venues.

Fostering a diverse and open workplace is an important part of Mercy Corps’ vision. Mercy Corps is an Equal Opportunity Employer regardless of background. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment.

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Protection Team Leader -Gender Based Violence - Prevention
DRC (Human resources)
Anywhere in Myanmar
(Human resources)

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National Coordinator SUN Business Network
UN WFP - World Food Programme (Civic & social organization)
UN WFP - World Food Programme
(Civic & social organization)


  • Understand and communicate the Strategic Objectives: Understands WFP’s Strategic Objectives and the link to own work objectives.
  • Be a force for positive change: Flexibly adapts individual contributions to accommodate changes in direction from supervisors and internal/external changes (such as evolving needs of beneficiaries, new requirements of partners).
  •  Make the mission inspiring to our team: Recognizes and shares with team members the ways in which individual contributions relate to WFP’s mission.
  •  Make our mission visible in everyday actions: Sets own goals in alignment with WFP’s overall operations, and is able to communicate this link to others.


  • Look for ways to strengthen people's skills: Assesses own strengths and weaknesses to increase self-awareness, and includes these in conversations on own developmental needs.
  •  Create an inclusive culture: Participates in open dialogue, and values the diverse opinion of others, regardless of background, culture, experience, or country assignment.
  •  Be a coach & provide constructive feedback: Proactively seeks feedback and coaching to build confidence, and develop and improve individual skills.
  •  Create an “I will”/”We will” spirit: Participates in accomplishing team activities and goals in the face of challenging circumstances.


  • Encourage innovation & creative solutions: Shows willingness to explore and experiment with new ideas and approaches in own work.
  •  Focus on getting results: Consistently delivers results within individual scope of work on time, on budget and without errors.
  •  Make commitments and make good on commitments: Commits to upholding individual accountabilities and responsibilities in the face of ever-changing country or functional priorities.
  •  Be Decisive: Makes rational decisions about individual activities when faced with uncertain circumstances, including in times of ambiguity regarding information or manager direction.


  • Connect and share across WFP units: Seeks to understand and adapt to internal or cross-unit teams’ priorities and preferred working styles.
  •  Build strong external partnerships: Demonstrates ability to understand and appropriately respond to and/or escalate needs of external partners.
  •  Be politically agile & adaptable: Portrays an informed and professional demeanor toward internal and external partners and stakeholders.
  •  Be clear about the value WFP brings to partnerships: Provides operational support on analyses and assessments that quantifies and demonstrates WFP’s unique value as a partner.
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VfD Project Officer (National Role)
VSO - Volunteer Service Overseas (Non-profit organization management)
VSO - Volunteer Service Overseas
(Non-profit organization management)


Programme Development, Delivery and Management:

Lead in the design, delivery and management of Volunteering for Development (VfD) initiatives in close collaboration with programme and operation teams to deepen understanding of staff, volunteers, partners, community and diverse groups of volunteers in Myanmar on responsible and impactful volunteering for development. Identify and promote good practice initiatives on VfD and build strong linkages between VSO Global volunteering for development and Myanmar initiatives.

Technical Support and Capacity Building: Work with VfD volunteers to build capacity of volunteer organizations and institutions (NGOs, CBOs, Youth Platforms, INGOs, Government) on Global Volunteering Standards. Support institutions and organizations working with volunteering in Myanmar to adapt volunteering standards to enhance the quality of volunteering management and engagements, and responsible and impactful volunteering. Identify, develop plans and build capacities of staff and partners in VfD.

Partnership Development and Management:

Proactively identify and engage with strategic and implementing (including primary actors, government and civil society organisations) in accordance with VSO partnership and People First Principles. Identify and build linkages with potential networks and consortium relevant to VSO engagements while positioning VSO as a leading volunteer organization in promoting responsible and impactful volunteering delivering. In addition to these, hold regular review and reflection with partners to strengthen partnership in VfD

Business Development and Programme Funding:

Working closely with the Business Pursuit Manager (BPM) and Country Management Team (CMT) to proactively identify and pursue funding opportunities to deliver VfD grant. Engage proactively in relevant networks and fora to raise VSO profile and experience in responsible and impactful VfD.

Grant and financial management

Manage effectively and accountable VSO VfD budgets in close collaboration with the Finance Manager. Develop realistic Programme Plans and Budget in accordance with VSO finance and donor requirements. Authorize and work closely with VSO Finance team to oversee and monitor fund expenditures and reporting for VfD. Participate in annual and quarter budget review.

Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL).

In close collaboration with the MEL Specialist and the global 'Knowledge for Impact' team, take a lead in facilitating monitoring, evaluation, and learning to generate evidence of the impact of VfD work. Identify innovative ways to document and share learning (using case studies, stories of change etc) across the organization on VfD work. Maintain consistent and quality control and ensure that learning effectively informs VfD programming.

Volunteer Management and Engagements:

Provide strategic leadership in identifying appropriate volunteer models and recruiting quality volunteers to delivery Social Cohesion work. In close collaboration with Programme and People Operation teams induct, orient and provide on-going support to volunteers, including safety, emergencies and integration into partner's organizations. Lead in creating an enabling environment for volunteers to engage with and learn from each other and identify innovative opportunities to create and widen Volunteer networks and engagements in areas of Social Cohesion. Promote VSO relational model in Volunteer engagements.

Line Management:

Manage and motivate a high performing volunteers and ensure that volunteers are supported to delivery their work effectively to achieve VfD programme goals.

Other Duties: Engage and lead any other initiative as designated by the Country Director and other members of Myanmar Country Team and VSO Family.

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Regional Head of Programme
DRC (Human resources)
Anywhere in Myanmar
(Human resources)

Danish Refugee Council, one of the world’s leading humanitarian NGOs, is seeking a highly motivated and experienced individual to become part of the Asia Regional Team and fill the position of Regional Head of Programme (position based in Yangon, Myanmar).

Who are we?

The Danish Refugee Council assists refugees and internally displaced persons across the globe: we provide emergency aid, fight for their rights, and strengthen their opportunity for a brighter future. We work in conflict-affected areas, along the displacement routes, and in the countries where refugees settle. In cooperation with local communities, we strive for responsible and sustainable solutions. We work toward successful integration and – whenever possible – for the fulfilment of the wish to return home. 

Our response in Asia is organised around DRC’s three strategic programme platforms: Addressing Root Causes, Emergency Response and Solutions to Displacement. Our sector expertise is focused on protection, livelihoods, humanitarian mine action and camp management. DRC has an operational presence in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Vietnam, and works with partners in India, Indonesia and Malaysia. In Asia our yearly budget is around 50 million USD and we employ approximately 1500 staff across the region.

About the job

In close collaboration with the DRC Regional Director and Country Senior Management Teams in Asia, the prime objectives of the RHoP will be to provide strategic leadership for DRC programmes in Asia, drive programme expansion, assure quality in programme development and reporting, as well as position DRC as a strong protection agent advocating on behalf of and supporting displacement affected populations in the Asia region.                        

Your main duties and responsibilities will be: 

  • Facilitate the development and implementation of other relevant programmatic strategies and policies across the Asia region in close collaboration with global policy leads;
  • Explore opportunities for DRC’s expansion, including engagement in existing and new geographic areas, and/or programmatic sectors;
  • Plan, lead and facilitate a Regional Annual Review with the development of the Regional Strategic Programme Document (Regional SPD) and Results Contract (RC)
  • Provide high level analysis on the major contextual trends (political, migration, environmental, etc.) in Asia;
  • Facilitate interaction and cooperation across programmatic sectors by supporting common ways of working, standards and technical approaches
  • Oversee the management of regional programmes, currently covering an Asia Displacement Solution Platform (ADSP) programme and a Mixed Migration Centre (MMC) programme.
  • Develop and coordinate regional grant proposals and reporting, developing Concept Note’s, budgets, mid-term and final reports.
  • Represent DRC in relevant international forums or other networks and build relationships with donors and other INGOs, government institutions and other stakeholders in the region;
  • Lead and manage the regional Project Coordinators (including people planning, performance, well-being and development);

About you

To be successful in this role you must have the following;

  • At least 7 years' experience in relevant field.
  • At least 4 years' experience with people management;
  • Experience developing and implementing programme strategies;
  • Experience in managing program operations, including at country senior management level;
  • Proven leadership skills and a competence in people management;
  • Experience with all aspects of business development, including developing and maintaining donor relations;
  • Experience with effectively coordinating and negotiating with strategic partners, government authorities and representatives, NGO partners, UNHCR and other relevant stakeholders.

In this position, you are expected to demonstrate DRC’ five core competencies: 

Striving for excellence: You focus on reaching results while ensuring an efficient process. 

Collaborating: You involve relevant parties and encourage feedback. 

Taking the lead: You take ownership and initiative while aiming for innovation. 

Communicating: You listen and speak effectively and honestly. 

Demonstrating integrity: You act in line with DRC’s vision and values. 

We offer

  • Expatriate contract with accompanied status. This position is in E management band.
  • Contract length: 2 years
  • Possible starting date: March/April 2020
  • Designation of Duty Station: Yangon with frequent travels in the region

Salary and conditions will be in accordance with Danish Refugee Council’s Terms of Employment for Expatriates; please refer to under Vacancies

Application process

Applications must be submitted this link by clicking Apply button. 

All applicants must send a cover letter and an updated CV, which is no longer than four (4) pages, in English. 

NOTE: Applications sent by email will not be considered. For further questions, please contact Mikkel Trolle, Regional Director, at *************

Closing date for applications: 16 of February 2020

The screening and interview process for this position is on rolling basis, so early submission of applications is encouraged.  DRC remains a right to close the vacancy once a suitable candidate is identified.

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National Nutrition Specialist
FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Civic & social organization)
FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
(Civic & social organization)

IMPORTANT NOTICE\: Please note that Closure Date and Time displayed above are based on date and time settings of your personal device

FAO is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender and nationality

People with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply

All applications will be treated with the strictest confidentiality

The incumbent may be re-assigned to different activities and/or duty stations depending on the evolving needs of the Organization

Organizational Setting

Promoting dietary diversity and ensuring diet quality during pregnancy are proven interventions to safeguard good pregnancy outcomes and healthy growth of infants during the 1000 days window of opportunity that covers from the woman's pregnancy until her child's 2nd birthday. This is the crux of the recently endorsed Multi Sector National Action Plan for Nutrition (MS-NPAN) in Myanmar. FAO is engaged in supporting food-based nutrition strategies to improve diets and nutrition of mothers and children within the 2030 Agenda. Among these strategies, the balanced food plate, as a counselling and planning tool to help visualize Food-Based Dietary Guidelines (FBDGs), underpins efforts to promote diet diversity and a healthy lifestyle. FAO has supported a number of countries in the development of a “food plate/graphic”. A food graphic can be used for advocacy purposes, to ensure that food-related policies and programs in sectors such as agriculture, trade, and social protection are in line with FBDGs, and as a counselling tool to promote adequate nutrient intake and nutrition to promote overall health and prevent chronic diseases. FAO intends to develop a number of balanced food plate/graphics specifically catered to pregnant and lactating mothers, reflecting diverse dietary patterns across the country under a Technical Cooperation Programme (TCP) titled ‘Technical assistance in development of strategic tools for planning agriculture diversification and dietary improvement’.

Reporting Lines

Under the overall supervision of the FAO Representative in Myanmar and under the technical guidance of the Senior Nutrition & Food systems Officer, RAP (Lead Technical Officer), direct technical supervision of the International Nutrition Technical Expert, in close collaboration with AFAOR (Programme) the FIRST Food Security and Nutrition Policy Specialist, Senior Land Tenure Adviser, and in consultation with Nutrition Officer in FAO’s Nutrition and Food Systems Division (ESN, HQ).

Technical Focus

The incumbent will assist in the development and day-to-day operation in rolling out a Balanced Food Plate/Graphic for pregnant and lactating women, in close collaboration with the National Nutrition Centre (NNC) under Ministry of Health and Sports and with the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation (MoALI).

Tasks and responsibilities\:

  • Establish a good working relationship with National Nutrition Centre (NNC) and the nutrition division of Department of Medical Research (DMR), Ministry of Health and Sports; Department of Planning and Food Science and Technology Department, Ministry of Health and Sports and with the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation (MoALI), particularly Department of Planning (DoP).
  • Establish and organize logistics of the Technical Task Force meetings chaired by the NNC and formed by technical experts in nutrition and food security from DMR, MoALI, UN agencies, and Civil Society Organizations engaged in Social Behaviour Change Communication.
  • Draft theory of change report for roll-out of graphic with inputs from project team, supervisors and the Technical Task Team.
  • Assist the International Nutrition Technical Expert in aligning the Food Plate/Graphic development with other ongoing related technical initiatives (e.g. cost of diet analysis and WFP’s ongoing ‘Fill the Nutrient Gap’ analysis).
  • Work with the Nutrition Communication Consultant in the development of key messages to be used in conjunction with the food plate for supporting the nutrition education programmes.
  • Assist the International Nutrition Technical Expert, in consultation with the Technical Task Force, to adapt the dietary recommendations for the targeted groups so that messages are culturally appropriate and easier to understand.
  • Conduct Focus Group Discussions (FGDs), based on qualitative research method, with key target populations (pregnant and lactating mothers) in diverse agro-ecological zones, socio-economic and age groups to gather information on key foods consumed, food preparation, potential taboos and any relevant gaps in knowledge.
  • Cross-check results of FGDs with dietary recommendations, complementary messages and proportions identified by the project.
  • Ensure coherence and alignment with other ongoing project activities related to crop suitability assessment. Both streams of work will inform the selection of States/Regions and jointly articulate a set of key recommendations for the agriculture sector to address malnutrition in Myanmar.
  • Ensure technical validity of counselling/communication materials developed by the National Nutrition Communication Consultant and creative agency hired under the project.
  • Facilitate/participate in Training of Trainers (ToT) workshops at national and regional level to help teachers, nutritionists, health professionals and/or community leaders become effective educators and promoters of the food graphic.
  • Facilitate advocacy workshop for dissemination of Food Plate/Graphic.
  • Identify agriculture policy messages as linked with food plate and FBDG, submitted as policy brief.
  • Participate in nutrition meetings in Myanmar as required.
  • Support Myanmar office on other nutrition-related tasks as required.


Minimum Requirements

  • Advanced University Degree in Nutrition, dietetics, Public Health nutrition, Human Sciences, Anthropology, Food Science or a closely related field.
  • Minimum 5 years relevant experience in nutrition, public health or related field.
  • Working knowledge of English
  • Myanmar National

FAO Competencies

  • Results Focus
  • Teamwork
  • Communication
  • Building Effective Relationships
  • Knowledge Sharing and Continuous Improvement

Technical/Functional Skills

  • Conversant with and knowledgeable of food and nutrition security situation in Myanmar
  • Experience with Optifoods or other diet modelling techniques/linear programming preferred.
  • Strong working relations with Government Ministries.
  • Experience in working with a UN agency or international NGO is desirable.

Selection Criteria

  • Demonstrated experience in the development of Food-based Dietary Guidelines and nutrition counselling.
  • Experience in engaging with diverse nutrition stakeholders.
  • Experience in writing and publishing technical reports for the government, international developmental agency or international NGO.
  • Previous working experience in another low and medium country is desirable.

Excellent communication in both oral and written English.

Please note that all candidates should adhere to FAO Values of Commitment to FAO, Respect for All and Integrity and Transparency

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PrEP Navigator(2 Position)
PSI Myanmar IT, Hardware, & Software
PSI Myanmar
(IT, Hardware, & Software)

PrEP Navigator(2 Position)

PSI/ Myanmar’s TOP BU working in Myanmar to give health services to key population such as MSM, FSW, TG with package of services including HIV/TB. The principle role of PrEP Navigator works for TOP, a HIV/AIDS and TB projects aiming at reducing HIV/TB co-infected transmission and HIV/AIDS-associated morbidity and mortality amongst the high-risk and marginalized population of Sex Workers and Men Having Sex with Men in 12 sites in Myanmar.

This position is to support clients taking PrEP to retain in preventive therapy by providing counseling services and home-based care if necessary, assists Medical Officer in providing clinical services for PrEP, develop case management system for clients taking PrEP and tracking procedures.
PrEP Navigator is mainly responsible for

I.    PrEP Service Provision
•    Assists PrEP Medical Officer in PrEP service provision as delegated by clinic team
•    Ensures the comfortable and privacy for the clients by assisting in communication with PrEP Medical Officer
•     Assists PrEP Medica; Officer in drug dispensing of PrEP related care
•    Support the client flow within the TOP clinic including laboratory examination room, counseling room and other necessary services
•    Actively involving in monthly meeting, discuss about challenges and share experiences.
•    Closely Cooperate with PrEP MO how to support poor adherence client.

II.    Retention to care for PrEP
•    Follow up and tracing of PrEP clients regularly and track if necessary
•    Tracking of PrEP clients by providing customized cares like counseling by phones, home based cares to ensure PrEP retention
•    Assist to PrEP Administrator in enrollment into application for the necessary information of clients taking PrEP
•    Effectively communicate with clients taking PrEP regarding reminder mechanisms of application
•    Reports the situation of PrEP clients to PrEP Administrator within the application cooperating with PrEP Medical Officer and Counselor and conducts necessary actions as guided by him / her

III.    Program Implementation Support
•    Actively involving in special campaigns/events & social group meeting conducted by PrEP service group
•    Report to PrEP Administrator for related activities on weekly/daily.
•    Perform any other duties as required by PrEP Administrator or TOP Program Management Team.

Candidates must be MSM/TG communities.
· Experience in the provision of support, education of care service.
· Demonstrated skills and experience in adherence support.
· Personal and/or professional experience with clinics.
· Ability to work independently but cooperatively with others.
· Be highly organized, organized, outgoing and extremely good with people.
· Demonstrate a high level of integrity compassion for others and a high degree of honesty.

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PSI Myanmar IT, Hardware, & Software
PSI Myanmar
(IT, Hardware, & Software)


PSI/ Myanmar’s TOP BU works in Myanmar to give health services to key population such as MSM, FSW, TG with package of services including HIV/TB, FP, GBV and CCP. The principle role of Counselor works for TOP, a HIV/AIDS and TB projects aiming at reducing HIV/TB co-infected transmission and HIV/AIDS-associated morbidity and mortality amongst the high-risk and marginalized population of Sex Workers and Men Having Sex with Men in all TOP sites in Myanmar.

This position is to deliver high quality counselling services to the MSM/TG who eligible clients to take PrEP and support adherence counselling to PrEP receiving clients.

Counselor (PrEP) is mainly responsible for
•    Provide counseling services across PrEP care starting from HIV substantial risk assessment, acute HIV infection assessment, and ensure the willingness of the clients to take PrEP
•    Conduct PrEP counseling according to PSI/Myanmar guidelines and protocols whenever applicable
•    Conduct counseling sessions with PSI methods and tools – including counseling before PrEP, PrEP adherence counseling, psychological support, use of IEC materials, Pamphlets, visual aids (flipcharts) whenever appropriate
•    Conduct case management plan with Medical Team (MO, PrEP Navigators, other clinic team members)
•    Can apply and adopt customized new methods of counseling
•    Keep up to date a referral network directory and refer the clients as appropriate (e.g. HIV care for newly identified HIV cases, TB, other psychosocial issues, etc.)
•    Conduct to accomplish of PrEP cascade (Follow the Client by Phone or inform to case coordinators to follow the client)
•    Comply with the counselor’s code of ethics, ensure confidentiality and quality of counseling services
•    Participate to counseling training and refresher training
•    Work in close collaboration with the medical team (M.O, PrEP Navigators, lab)
•    Attend regular clinical meetings and counseling supervision meetings
•    Record accurately all the data about the clients
•    Collect accurate data for patients file and for MIS reports, as per TOP M&E guidelines.
•    Liaises with Community Engagement Officer to discuss / consult necessary steps for PrEP counseling
•    Report regular challenges and constraints to the supervisor.
    Must have direct experience of MSM and TG community work and good understanding of HIV knowledge.
    Good interpersonal and communication skills, interest in aid relationships.
    Must have the good experience of counseling and relevant trainings.
    Must be Graduate or Matriculation.
    Education will be considered based on community and counseling experiences.

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Human Resources Manager
Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS) IT, Hardware, & Software
Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS)
(IT, Hardware, & Software)

Career Opportunities 

Position Title    : Human Resources Manager

No. of Post    : (1) Post

Report to    : Head of Department

Department    : Human Resources Department

Duty Station    : Nay Pyi Taw/ Yangon

Grade    : F2

Benefits Packages : Salary + Insurance + Training + Travelling Allowances + Casual Leave+ Quarantine Leave+ + Annual Leave + Medical Certificate Leave + Maternity Leave + Substituted Leave

Application Deadline    : (21/01/2020), 16:30

Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS) is committed to improving the health and well-being of vulnerable people, as the leading and oldest humanitarian organization in Myanmar. The structure of the National Headquarters (NHQ) consists of 12 Departments and 1 Unit, currently. The MRCS new Law was enacted in August 2015 and it has been introduced to Red Cross Red Crescent Movement partners, UN organizations, INGOs, LNGOs, CBOs and media groups in October.

Program Background:

In 2017, MRCS is increasing its engagement in Rakhine state through immediate, medium and long-term support to people affected by communal violence. With the support of IFRC, ICRC MRCS has initiated Rakhine Operations Management Unit program in Sittwe, Mrauk-U, Kyauktaw, Ponnagyun, Minbya, Maungdaw, Buthidaung, and Rathedaung Townships. Program period is initial three months and high possibility of extension as long-term program. Maungdaw, Buthidaung, and Rathedaung areas are under the management of Maungdaw Hub office. Operation Management Unit located in HQ (Naypyitaw/ Yangon).

Purpose of this position:

With the Framework of the MRCS policies and procedures and in accordance with the fundamental principles of the Red Cross Movement, Human Resources Manager will be responsible for the implementation of HR policies and procedures will manage capacity building training for staff and coordinate with other Departments and related technical facilitators. He or she is also responsible for developing and maintaining concerned policies, regulations, standard procedures related HR development issue and other cross cutting issue. As per MRCS requirements, he or she has to take care not only in HR issues, process, development but also contribution to other necessary and suitable working group for organizational development and change management.

Duties and Responsibilities

I. HR Management

1. Directly report and assist to Head of Department for all HR concerned issues, day by day.

2. Manage and supervise to all Head quarter HR staff including HR field staff especially HR issue.

3.    Address demands, grievances or other issues by staff management and relations.

4.    Supervise and manage the recruitment and selection process, orientation, training, compensate and benefit, occupational safety, and performance management.

5.    Ensure legal compliance throughout human resource management.

6.    Check and liaise with Insurance department for staff insurance issue in details.

7.    Ensure payroll system and leave control for all staff as MRCS staff regulations, if required.

8.    Prepare and check monthly progress report including manpower status, general HR management and training records.

9.    Ensure timely and accurate writing of quarterly/ annual reports as well as other reports.

10. Provide translation (written and oral) support for day-to-day work and documents.

II. HR Development

11.    Develop, amend and prepare to contribute MRCS human resource policies and procedures and submit to superior in timely manner.

12.    Assist to implement HR strategies and initiatives aligned with overall organization strategy.

13. Oversee and manage a performance appraisal system that drives high performance.

14. Assist to HOD in developing compensation and benefits program.

15.    Participate and liaise with HR networking group to get update information and others.

16.    Conduct research surveys such as job satisfaction, salary survey and others, as necessary.

17.    Advise the necessary suggestions to develop MRCS staff and volunteer enhancement.

18.    Liaise with Partners for HR management matters as standing points and HR development.

III. Financial Management

19.    Proactively manage budgets under your control within agreed financial limits to provide value for money in delivering services in line with financial guidelines and procedures.

20.    Prepare annual and quarterly budget together with detail break down.

21.    Manage expenses and submit working advance requests and financial reports in timely manner.

22.    Monitor budget and expenditure as well as utilization and variance from time to time.

23.    Arrange to report HOD of utilization rate and expenses, if necessary.

IV. Staff Management

24.    Manage and build as good team to work with team spirit.

25.    Arrange and enquiry the relevant training for staff development and career advancement.

26.    Ensure job satisfaction through creating friendly and trust worthy atmosphere.

27.    Encourage staff to perform at their best to have high quality of work performance.

28.    Monitor staff and provide technical support to HR staff including Field HR components.

29.    Participates in the evaluation of personnel’s performance in line with Performance Appraisal Guidelines.

V. General Tasks

30.    Coordinate and collaborate with other departments to review, revise and develop job description and job specification.

31.    Attend and participate the meeting, workshop and other related events on behalf of HR Department as assigned.

32.    Make sure as HR responsible person in emergency period under guidance by HOD.

33.    Ensure to a higher acting responsibility, if necessary.

34.    Learn and conduct the Red Cross movement’s Fundamental Principles and guidelines.

35.    Perform duties assigned by HOD and other superior through Head of HR Department.

Skills, Competency and Requirements
•    Must be a Myanmar National
•    Age between 30 to 50 years

•    University Degree and Diploma in HR Management/ HR Development

•    Relevant post-graduate degree / Master’s Degree in applicable discipline is preferable

•    Minimum (4) years' experience in HR Managerial Level

•    Experience in coaching and supporting staff

•    Good experiences in Database progress and HR software system

•    Experience in Budgeting and Financial Management

•    Experience with international donors funded programme is preferable

•    Experience working in a professional humanitarian setting is preferable

•    In-depth knowledge of labour law and HR best practices compliance

•    Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks, take initiative and problem solve, provide staff training, coaching and mentoring

•    Well organized, efficient, with excellent attention to detail and ability to meet deadlines

•    Strong skill in numerical recording, data maintenance and well-developed computer skills

•    Proven in active listening, negotiation, presentation skills, analytical skills, critical thinking and leadership skill, people oriented, results driven and detail analysis

•    Ability to travel anywhere at short notice to assigned areas & under pressure

•    Commitment to learn, open to change and willing to try new things

•    Competence to build and effectively manage interpersonal relationships at all levels

•    Effective English 4 skills

•    Myanmar Language skills in writing and typing

**Note: Applicants will be considered to be shortlisted that need to send application letter, CV, passport-size photo, education qualifications and references (PDF Version) to:
Head Office:                                    Branch Office:
Myanmar Red Cross Society                  Myanmar Red Cross Society
Razathingaha Road, Dekhinathiri,              No. 42, Red Cross Building, Strand Road,
Nay Pyi Taw.                                   Botahtaung Township, Yangon. (or)
Email: [email protected]
For more information and application, please visit to the
                                  Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for a personal interview.

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Finance Manager
PSI Myanmar IT, Hardware, & Software
PSI Myanmar
(IT, Hardware, & Software)

Finance Manager

The Finance Manager works for TOP, an HIV/AIDS and other integrated service like TB project aiming at reducing HIV and TB transmission and HIV/AIDS-associated morbidity and mortality amongst the high-risk and marginalized population of Sex Workers and Men Having Sex with Men at 12 sites in Myanmar.
With PSI/M HQ guidance, her/his main role is to develops, implements and manages policies and Standard Operational Procedures (SOPs) required for all aspects of financial compliance, accounting and reporting. S/he ensures that the necessary financial tools, systems and procedures are in place to support timely and accurate reporting of financial data to PSI/M HQ. S/he strengthens the financial management capacity of TOP Myanmar programs, oversees all field finance staff and cash flow, ensuring all program related expenditures, proper training and staff development. technical support role for Service delivery level TOP staff. Her/His mission is to ensure strong stewardship and exceptional Financial management across all TOP opérations in Myanmar.


•    In conjunction with TOP National Director and PSI/Myanmar Finance team and HIV PMD, manage the development and implementation of financial policies, procedures, tools and systems to enhance the level of financial performance within TOP Myanmar operations.
•    Direct the delivery of, or support TOP site offices in the submission of, timely and accurate financial reporting to funding agencies and TOP management that is in accordance with TOP finance SOPs, PSI/M HQ and donor requirements.
•    Ensure the delivery of exceptional service and timely response on all questions related to field accounting and financial management.
•    Make recommendations to the TOP management relative to opportunities to enhance financial performance, meet donor compliance regulations, and accomplish strategic objectives.
•    Undertake other duties consistent with the general scope of work as assigned by National Director or PSI/M HQ

Maintenance of TOP Financial management
•    Oversee monthly and quarterly cash forecasts and fund requests by TOP field management and partners.
•    To review monthly and quarterly financial reports, including budget to actual, and ensure field expenses are within budget.
•    To monitor data input in TOP/PSI –M financial system (Quick book/Lawson), ensuring accuracy of said data and appropriate coding.
•    To manage and overview for all detail expenditure related with TOP field
•    Ensure required necessary preparation of documents and project code with contracts or PMD
•    Make sure all transactions and currency adjustments according to Lawson rate

Donor Proposals, Reporting and Relations
•    Work with HIV PMD, Finance HQ and TOP/PSI – finance staff to develop detailed financial proposals to donors that, to the extent possible, cover TOP’s complete costs associated with the specific program or project or filed sites.
•    Oversee the tracking of grant and other donor expenses and receivables.
•    Ensure the timely submission of all the donor reports with accurate allocations and expenditure support details.
•    Oversee all field based donor and project audits. Ensure the organizations and staff are well prepared for such audits and are able to respond promptly to auditor requests.
•    Represent together with HIV PMD in its relationships with USAID, Global Fund, and other funding agencies and proactively negotiate with donors to ensure sufficient support for planned activities.
•    Reporting related with Finance above mentioned through PSI/M HQ guidance.

Staff Management & Development
•    Recruit, train, and manage a diverse and talented staff to deliver exceptional service to the organization.
•    Responsible for developing, managing, and evaluating staff performance plans for all direct reports.
•    Direct the design, development, and implementation of financial management training for field Finance & Program staff in guidance with PSI/M HQ.
•    Ensure full understanding of and compliance with TOP’s Financial and Internal Control Policies and the Levels of Authority by all TOP staff through training, guidance, and support in compliance with PSI/M HQ policies.
•    Ensure consistently high levels of interaction and teamwork between and among headquarters and field finance teams.
Field sites & Financial Management
•    Work with Program teams to oversee and monitor financial reports.
•    Assist with technical support and coordination with field sites, and provide training on financial management as needed.
•     Must have at least five years’ experiences and proven skills in financial management, planning, monitoring, evaluation and reporting including in development of narrative reports.
•    University degree in accounting, finance, economics, management or similar field(Preferable ACCA, CPA or CIMA qualified)
•     Good English skill is necessary
•    Should be organized, systematic, dynamic and must interact well with others.

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ICT Officer
PSI Myanmar IT, Hardware, & Software
PSI Myanmar
(IT, Hardware, & Software)

ICT Officer

ICT Officer will be responsible to assist the ICT operations especially in the system and database development, user support, network administration, and other ICT relative activities in Yangon, Mandalay and other PSI field offices.


User Support Functions:
•    Provide hardware and software troubleshooting support to the organization;
•    Follow the PSI Myanmar ICT Policy standard operating procedures related to support handling;
•    Support desktop operating system, standard Windows software, and various PSI Myanmar customized systems;
•    Support mobile users: Install desktop and mobile computer/device hardware and software;
•    Contribute to the development and updating of business continuity and disaster recovery plans;
•    Assist in maintenance of ICT infrastructures at the Field Offices and provide I
•    CT support to the Field Offices, staff members on line or by field visit;
ICT Management Functions:
•    Participate in the maintenance of information technology and systems to be able to identify, recommend and implement cost saving measures;
•    Participate the information systems and technology planning exercises undertaken in the officer and represent the office in those undertaken throughout PSI Myanmar;
•    Monitoring of ICT equipment stocks, warranties and coordination with vendors for ICT requirements;
•    Participate in identifying and testing new software and hardware for improving and updating system performance;
Network Administration Functions:
•    Maintain the Local Area Network (LAN) systems to ensure that Network Operating Systems support databases, messaging service, documents, printing, resources and data files;
•    Maintenance of Internetworking equipment utilized on the WAN/LANs network;
•    Administration of MS Windows Server/Active Directory;
•    Maintenance of Virus Definition Updates and Windows for all network servers and clients;
•    Monitoring of the network by using advanced tools and software;
•    Ensuring secure connectivity of the network;
•    Maintenance of PABX operations;
•    Perform proactive maintenance on telecommunication systems to avoid disruption of service;
Procurement Functions:
•    Involvement in evaluation of technical requests for ICT equipment;
•    Develop and maintain a comprehensive inventory of all computer equipment, and software existent in the office;
•    Perform other related and relevant tasks as may be assigned by the ICT Manager;
Perform other related duties as required:
•    The ICT Officer is responsible to abide by PSI Myanmar value creating activities, administrative instructions, plans and procedures of the PSI Myanmar Management;

•    Must have a degree of Computer Science, Technology, Information System, Engineering
•    Must have experience in relevant field
•    Proper understanding of MS Windows Platform and good understanding of Linux Open Source
•    Excellent in computers and networking, trouble shooting and dealing with user supporting
•    Should have timeliness, integrity and professionalism
•    Should have communicable English language skills interact with expatriate staff and correctly interpret communications
•    Should be organized, systematic, dynamic and must interact well with others

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Mental Health Psycho Social Support (MHPSS) and SI Field Officer
Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS) IT, Hardware, & Software
Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS)
(IT, Hardware, & Software)

Career Opportunities

Position Title    : Mental Health Psycho Social Support (MHPSS) and SI Field Officer

No. of Post    : (1) Post

Report to    : Manager

Department    : Health Department

Centre    : Hpa-an Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Centre (HORC)

Duty Station    : Hpa-an

Grade    : D1

Benefits Packages : Salary + Insurance + Training + Travelling Allowances + Casual Leave + Quarantine Leave + Annual Leave + Medical Certificate Leave +  Maternity Leave + Substituted Leave

Application Deadline    : (29/ 01/2020), 16:30

Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS)

is volunteer based humanitarian organization throughout the whole country acting with and for the most vulnerable at all times. Red Cross as auxiliary to the government has been providing significant contribution into a wider humanitarian field starting from building resilience at community level to contributing technical inputs to the Country’s Disaster Management law, policies, and strategies.


Hpa-an Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Centre (HORC) is run by Department of Health, MRCS supported by ICRC. Its aim is to supply orthopaedic appliances for persons with physical disabilities (PWDs) mainly from Kayin state, Mon State, Tanintharyi Region, Kayah State and Eastern Bago Region with free of charge. HORC provides prosthetic mobile repair services and repairmen services as well.

Purpose of the Position

: Under the supervision of HORC manager and with the technical support of the ICRC MHPSS Field officer (FO), the HORC MHPSS field officer is responsible for the implementation of the MHPSS activities in Hpa An center (HORC), according to the MHPSS project document.

The HORC MHPSS Field officer, in collaboration with the MRCS Health Department and ICRC, will regularly review the effectiveness of the inclusive development program and implementation, approaches, strategies and activities to ensure the sustainability and progress of mainstreaming MHPSS and social Inclusion into MRCS program activities in PRP center. He/she will ensure the implementation and follow up of mental health activities for services users. All responsibilities should be carried out in line with Red Cross and Red Crescent movement principles.

Duties and Responsibilities


Counselling and MHPSS technical support

1.    Ensure the quality of the MHPSS activities using tools and guidelines from MHPSS ICRC department.

2.    Conduct individual counselling and follow up for services users.

3.    Conduct group sessions on regular basis, to address psychological and psychosocial needs of services users.

4.    Actively attend and participate to training and supervision given by ICRC.

5.    Ensure that all MHPSS activities are carried out under adequate and appropriate supervision to maintain the quality of the program.

6.    Sensitize and support MRCS health staff and other organizations/partners/teams as per the programme strategy.


 II. Reporting and administration:

7.    Ensure key information is communicated to ICRC MHPSS field officer and/or Delegate.

8.    Ensure necessary administrative work is completed in a timely manner.

9.    Monitor the quality effectiveness and appropriateness of the MHPSS program implementation, with the support of the ICRC MHPSS Field officer.

10.    Submit written and statistical reports in a timely fashion to the hierarchy as required.

11.    Maintain service’s users files in accordance with international standards. Ensure all services users information is kept confidential and clinical records are kept securely and written in a respectful manner.

12.    Ensure that MHPSS databases are updated.

13.    Maintain a continuous awareness of the evolution of the situation and the impact on program implementation, security considerations and MHPSS needs, communicating these with the ICRC MHPSS Field officer.


14.    Conduct social inclusion related activities and monitor progress in close collaboration with OR Field officer and Admin team for strengthening programme results.

15.    Undertake regular field assessment, analyse information collected and make appropriate recommendations for HORC.

16.    Prepare briefing materials for presentational purpose to grow social protection knowledge base in community.

17.    Liaise and consult with relevant key stakeholders, such as the Department of Social Welfare, Disabled Peoples’ Organisations (DPO), gender and minority networks and associations.

18.    Build effective working relationship with relevant stakeholders to exchange information and to support sustained social inclusion.

19.    Assist to organize meetings or workshops for information sharing and feedback for HORC staff on key findings and making suggestions and recommendations for programme improvement.

20.    Record and keep update the list of service users referred to other stakeholders/partners

21.    Produce quarterly and annual reports on social protection and inclusion activities. Analyse findings, provide recommendations and submit to contribute to MRCS, ICRC and other stakeholders.

22.    Organize and facilitate awareness raising sessions for service users on inclusive development.

23.    Meet with service users while they are at the center to access their socio-economic situation and provide information related to social activities such as livelihood, training, sports, etc.

24.    Assist the team to refer service users to other stakeholders for social inclusion purpose.

25.    Follow up with service providers and service users to monitor how things are going and get their feedback for improvement.


26.    Work in close collaboration with MRCS health team in PRP canter in areas of cross-cutting issues to ensure and strengthen the continuum of care.

27.    Participate in health team meeting .

28.    Support referrals of services users with specific needs to other mental health professionals as appropriate.

29.    Externally, interacts with and creates a network of contacts with national health authorities, international and local stakeholders (eg IFRC, UN, INGOs) within his/her scope and field of responsibility.

30.    Ensure a respectful and collaborative relationship is maintained with MRCS and ICRC.

Skills, Competency and Requirements
•    Must be a Myanmar National
•    Age under 45 years old

•    Any university degree related to Social Work, psychology

•    1 year experience in related field

•    Knowledge about Gender and Diversity and other cross cutting issues

•    Knowledge on mental health and psychosocial support

•    Good computer skills, in Excel, Word and Power point

•    Well organized, efficient and ability to meet deadlines

•    Able to work well in a team and live in stressful situations

•    Facilitation skill and experiences, Good Coordination and Negotiation skill

•    Ability to manage and priorities multiple tasks, take initiative and problem solve

•    Ability to travel

•    Commitment to learn, open to change and willing to try new things

•    Flexible and able to adapt successfully to changing situations and environments

•    Effective communication of written and spoken English and Burmese knowledge of local languages of the area of intervention

**Note: Applicants will be considered to be shortlisted that need to send application letter, CV, passport-size photo, education qualifications and references (PDF Version) to:
Head Office:                                        Branch Office:
Myanmar Red Cross Society                      Myanmar Red Cross Society
Razathingaha Road, Dekhinathiri,                  No. 42, Red Cross Building, StrandRoad,
Nay Pyi Taw.                                        Botahtaung Township, Yangon. (or)
Email: [email protected]
For more information and application, please visit to the
                                           Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for a personal interview.

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Technical Officer (Diet & Nutrition)
WHO - World Health Organization (Non-profit organization management)
Anywhere in Myanmar
WHO - World Health Organization
(Non-profit organization management)


Within the scope of nutrition and diet related risk-factors of NCDs and maternal & child nutrition objectives of the programmme would be to provide technical support on the development and management of WHO collaborative programmes, technical cooperation and coordination of activities with MoHS and other government sectors and other stakeholders towards implementation of “Myanmar Multi-sectoral National Plan of Action for Nutrition 2018-2023”.


Under the overall guidance of the WHO Representative to Myanmar and direct supervision of the Technical Officer (RMNCAH), and in collaboration with Nutrition Advisor at WHO SEARO; MCH and NCD teams at the country level; and in alignment with headquarters, the Technical Officer - Diet and Nutrition would\:

- Carry out situation analysis and provide technical support for comprehensive implementation and monitoring of diet and nutrition programmers.

- Support and evaluate country programmed in diet and nutrition with the objective of achieving the country goals in nutrition and diet related risk factors for non communicable diseases and goals of the nutrition for health and development programmed of WHO.

- Provide technical support for the introduction of new evidence-based policy measures and interventions to reduce the double burden of malnutrition.

- Advocate and support the implementation of population-based interventions on promotion of healthy diet to reduce the dietary risk of non communicable diseases, especially salt and sugar reduction and elimination of trans fats in diet.

- Facilitate resource mobilization in collaboration with other development partners to support implementation of policies and programmers in diet and nutrition.

- Collaborate with national authorities in developing strategies, plans and activities to strengthen the ongoing nutrition programmer in the country and to support the integration of nutrition into relevant areas of work.

- Collaborate in the design, organization and delivery of training courses/workshops for country capacity building in planning and managing key nutrition interventions, for example\: Infant and Young Child Feeding, Nutrition in Emergencies.

- Advocate and support monitoring, nutrition surveillance and evaluation in the area of nutrition and diet related chronic diseases.

- Perform any other duties assigned by supervisor.



Essential\: Graduate degree in nutrition, medicine or public health or similar areas

Desirable\: Post graduate degree in Nutrition, public health epidemiology, health systems management


Essential\: Minimum of 5 years relevant experience, including some years of international experience in planning, implementation and monitoring and evaluation of public health /nutrition programmers with preferably at least 2 years working in the area of Health, Nutrition/healthy diets

Desirable\: Experience in working in developing countries


  • Good knowledge of public health nutrition, managing nutrition programmed and advocating for nutrition and healthy diets in a results oriented manner.
  • Demonstrable problem solving capabilities, strategic thinking and updated knowledge of current public health nutrition priorities;
  • Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team; skills in programmer planning, management, training, implementation and monitoring and evaluation for nutrition and diet related risk factors for health are essential.
  • Familiarity with functioning of government processes and good written and verbal communication skills necessary.

Other Skills\:

- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with ability to make sound decisions and offer innovative solutions.

- Strong relations management abilities. Ability to work in a team and relate to people at all levels internally across the organization and externally.

- Proactive, resourceful, solutions-oriented and results-oriented.

- Good presentation and facilitation skills

WHO Competencies


Respecting and promoting individual and cultural differences


Producing results

Building and promoting partnerships across the organization and beyond

Use of Language Skills

Essential\: Expert knowledge of English.



WHO salaries for staff in the Professional category are calculated in US dollars. The remuneration for the above position comprises an annual base salary starting at USD 60,233 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance, as applicable), a variable post adjustment, which reflects the cost of living in a particular duty station, and currently amounts to USD 2048 per month for the duty station indicated above. Other benefits include 30 days of annual leave, allowances for dependent family members, home leave, and an education grant for dependent children.


  • This vacancy notice may be used to fill other similar positions at the same grade level
  • Only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted.
  • A written test may be used as a form of screening.
  • In the event that your candidature is retained for an interview, you will be required to provide, in advance, a scanned copy of the degree(s)/diploma(s)/certificate(s) required for this position. WHO only considers higher educational qualifications obtained from an institution accredited/recognized in the World Higher Education Database (WHED), a list updated by the International Association of Universities (IAU)/United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The list can be accessed through the link\: http\:// Some professional certificates may not appear in the WHED and will require individual review.
  • Any appointment/extension of appointment is subject to WHO Staff Regulations, Staff Rules and Manual.
  • Staff members in other duty stations are encouraged to apply.
  • WHO is committed to workforce diversity.
  • WHO has a smoke-free environment and does not recruit smokers or users of any form of tobacco.
  • WHO has a mobility policy which can be found at the following link\: http\:// Candidates appointed to an international post with WHO are subject to mobility and may be assigned to any activity or duty station of the Organization throughout the world.
  • Applications from women and from nationals of non and underrepresented Member States are particularly encouraged.
  • For WHO General Service staff who do not meet the minimum educational qualifications, please see e-Manual III.4.1, para 220.
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Project Manager (1) Position _ National
Care International Myanmar IT, Hardware, & Software
Care International Myanmar
(IT, Hardware, & Software)

Project Manager (1) Position _ National

Basic Salary + 13th Month Annual Bonus + 14th Month Salary + other Benefits

Grade:                         E

Duty station:              Lashio

Supervisor:                 Senior Manager_Rural Program

Notes: (Due to the urgency of this recruitment,
applications will be considered on a rolling basis and the position is subject
to be filled during the advertisement period.)

Purpose of the Role

The Project Manager (PM) is
responsible to lead project implementation through ensuring the coordination of technical inputs and practical implementation
consistent with CARE Myanmar’s policies and procedures. The PM will build on and strengthen relations with project
stakeholders from government, private and civil society sectors and will be
familiar with the climate adaptation work.


Project Implementation AND QUALITY

  • Ensure the use of project cycle management
    when implementing projects;
  • Responsible for the effective and
    efficient implementation of the projects and activities according to the
    project proposal/design, budget and costed work plan to ensure the project
    delivers high quality outcomes;
  • Develop quarterly work plans that are
    aligned to the annual project work plans and budget in order to meet the
    project activity deadlines;
  • Ensure that the project teams receive
    technical inputs; the project activities are appropriate, timely and of quality
    to meet project objectives;
  • Ensure the compliance of CARE Myanmar
    policies and procedures and the interrelationships between a range of policies
    and project activities. Identify urgent decisions, which may involve difficult
    choices and risks, and act upon them promptly;
  • Develop and maintain linkages with key
    stakeholders, project partners, government and other relevant departments;
  • Develop a detailed understanding of the
    project objectives, outcomes and expected results and ensure this is
    communicated clearly to the staff;
  • Lead the implementation of the projects
    through coordinating the planning, activity schedule, resource allocation,
    monitoring and documentation, review and evaluation of project activities; 
  • Monitor contractual compliance of
    implementation partners. Develop Partnership Agreements with implementing
    partners, working closely with the Senior Manager – Rural Program;
  • Maintain regular communication and
    consultation with key project partners and government to share and update on
  • Work with the team to manage risks and
    overcome or adapt to project management challenges and obstacles;
  • Facilitate monitoring visits by donors,
    CARE International members, and others as required; and
  • Ensure that logistics, procurement,
    finance, security, and human resources needs of projects are coordinated with
    other staff to enable effective support to project implementation.

Budget Management

  • Ensure the efficient and proper use of
    project funds in line with the approved budgets and in compliance with CARE’s
    finance manual and donor guidelines;
  • Manage and monitor portfolio budgets and
    budget allocation;
  • Ensure the timely and quality preparation
    of costed work plans;
  • Review audit reports and provide feedbacks
    as required; and
  • Ensure that project team manage any cash
    advances in line with financial management procedures.

Monitoring and evaluation

  • Ensure that relevant information is
    gathered by project team members and is analysed in a participatory manner with
    relevant stakeholders;
  • Ensure regular monitoring and evaluation
    visits are conducted to project sites;
  • Ensure accountability measures are in
    place in all project activities;
  • Lead and/or participate in regular
    reflection, learning and reporting workshops with the project team as required;
  • Produce high quality oral and written
    reports (in English) on project progress, including draft donor reports by
    required due dates, and develop case studies that illustrate project progress
    and impact.
  • Support effective knowledge management
    through contributing to key technical documents and reports, sharing good
    practice, lessons learned, and knowledge and or information exchange; and
  • Monitor, review and coordinate timely
    reports from and to partners and ensure that they comply with relevant

Team Management

  • Manage teams effectively and create a
    sense of team spirit by encouraging cooperation and communication to support
    staff, through team building, regular team meetings, empowerment and
    motivational activities;
  • Coordinate team activities, ensuring that
    roles within the team are clear and that all team members have clear work plans
    and a strong understanding of their role and contribution to program goals and
    the deliverables;
  • Directly supervise team including
    providing advice and guidance, managing performance, effective administration
    of leave, budget and other approvals, and preparing annual planning and
    performance appraisals;
  • Define standards for appropriate behavior
    and address inappropriate behavior from others. Tactfully resolve conflict
    between others and take actions to reduce any team frustrations;
  • Provide effective staff support and
    development through, ongoing coaching/mentoring, direct supervision including
    promoting national staff leadership; and
  • Together with the Senior Manager – Rural
    Program, identify critical staff needs in the team and coordinate with Human
    Resources (HR) on recruitment and other HR processes.


  • Ensure a ‘partner-led’ approach is applied
    in project implementation. Support the selection of partners for the project;
  • Establish, maintain and strengthen
    positive working relationships with other institutions / partners and agencies.
    Proactively engage with partners to seek their feedback and understand their
  • Provide clear explanations of CARE Myanmar
    program strategy and CARE’s work to internal and external stakeholders;
  • Develop and maintain effective relationships
    with relevant internal and external stakeholders; and
  • Represent the project team and project
    partners in all relevant forums at national and local levels as required.


proactively manage  the APPA process
including the annual appraisal, midyear review and regular 1:1 meetings,
ensuring that the APPA process (including the paperwork) is an integral
component of Annual Work Plans and activities as ways of improving performance
and outcomes;

Engage in
emergency preparedness, assist in any emergency response as required;

Promote a
safe and secure work environment; foster a culture of safety and security
awareness and ensure compliance with the safety and security policies,

  • Demonstrate
    an ongoing commitment to Gender Equality, Diversity, Child Protection and
    Protection from Sexual harassment, Exploitation and Abuse; and

Comply with
CARE Myanmar’s financial and operational requirements, foster strong
communication between operations and program teams and uphold high standards of
honesty and integrity in personal conduct.


  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in
    Environmental or Natural Resources Management, Agronomy or any equivalent field
    of study of relevance to climate adaptation work or  minimum 5 years work
    experience especially
    in an International Non-Government Organisation (INGO) or similar organisation;
  • Proven
    experience in networking and engagement with government, civil society
    organisations, and donors;
  • Proven
    ability to manage a budget;
  • Demonstrated
    high level organisational and time management skills, including the ability to
    plan, and manage workflows and balance competing priorities to ensure timely
    processing to meet deadlines in a complex environment;
  • Demonstrated
    good leadership, decision making, problem solving, analytical and influencing
  • Demonstrated
    experience in effectively leading, people management and motivating a team;
  • Minimum
    intermediate (very good) written and oral communication skills in English and
    excellent in Myanmar language; and
  • Minimum,
    intermediate (very good) understanding of desktop-based programs, including
    word processing packages and power point. 
    Excellent desktop skills are preferable.

To apply for this rewarding position please send a cover letter
stating against the selection criteria maximum 2 sentences for each selection
criteria, along with a current C.V., and copies of any references or
testimonials to the address below not later than 28th January 2020. Only
successful candidate will be contacted for interview. 

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Medical Executive
PSI Myanmar IT, Hardware, & Software
PSI Myanmar
(IT, Hardware, & Software)

Medical Executive

Medical Executive is key point of contact between PSI and healthcare professionals, introducing new products, promoting brand awareness, build the strong relationship and create to get the prescription.
•    Calling on Doctors with pre-determined frequency to promote, discuss, remind, and sample the brands of the company in the assigned territory
•    Meeting specified number of doctors by working in a pre-planned territory
•    Meeting pharmacies/clinics/ hospitals to make sure that the brands are easily available
•    Participate, organize and conduct the events (CMEs, round table meeting, seminar) for the organization’s business objectives
•    Travel outside Yangon & visit key opinion leaders (KOL) at key areas
•    Build the strong relationship with doctors, key decision makers (outlet owner) and sales promoters(Chemist)
•    Submission of Daily Reports giving details of day’s work consisting of names of Drs., retailers, and so forth
•    Work closely with other team members (Marketing managers, Sales Managers) for greater effectiveness of the calls
•    Achieving assigned targets for every brand of the company
•    Giving feedback to marketing department about competitor activities
•    Any other reasonable tasks as assigned by Marketing Manager & National Director
•    Bachelor’s degree (Preferable Bachelor of Pharmacy)
•    3-5 years’ experiences in pharmaceutical industry & related field
•    Demonstrated strong communication skills
•    Dynamic, proactive and passionate at work
•    Computer literacy required, including proficiency in standard business applications included in Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Excel, Word, Power Point and Access
•    Should be organized, systematic and dynamic, and must interact well with others.

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PSI Myanmar IT, Hardware, & Software
PSI Myanmar
(IT, Hardware, & Software)


Counselor will be responsible providing high quality counseling and motivational support to reduce risk behavior among low-income and vulnerable populations who are walk-in clients of center and clients of SUN Clinics.

The duties and responsibilities of Counselor include:
•    Conduct high quality pre and post-test counselling, ART Counselling and Adherence Counseling in QC Center
•    Establish collaboration with NAP, other stakeholders and develop care & support linkages for HIV positive clients
•    Ensure clients receive supportive follow – up counseling and medical monitoring services
•    Complete client records and report the testing data on weekly basis to MIS bi weekly
•    Be responsible for regular QC Center operations at designated sites and report any problems and constraints
•    Follow all the ART testing and counseling protocols strictly and ensure adherence to the ART testing and counseling operation manual
•    Stand –in for fellow counselor in their absence
•    Be a staff standing for the receptionist in order to equilibrium the patients flow


•    Any graduate ; prefer Graduation on Nursing or Graduation on Psychology
•    Prefer who has attended HIV Counselling Training from NAP
•    Prefer who has experience on HIV Counselling or ART service
•    Must have good interpersonal communication skills
•    Should be organized, systematic and dynamic, and must interact well with others.
If you are interested in this position to apply, please send Application Letter, Curriculum Vitae, Copy of Education Certificate, National ID Copy and Reference not later than 27 January 2020(Monday).

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Case Coordinator
PSI Myanmar IT, Hardware, & Software
PSI Myanmar
(IT, Hardware, & Software)

Case Coordinator

The Case Coordinator works for TOP, a HIV/ AIDS project aiming at reducing HIV transmission and HIV/ AIDS – associated morbidity and mortality amongst the high-risk and marginalized population of Female Sex workers in Myanmar.
The Case Coordinator, HIV prevention casework service is responsible to provide case management, referral and support to people living with HIV. Case Coordinator who outreach treatment and adherence support across the city working in clinics and hospitals delivering case management. Case Coordinator works from TOP but outreach support to the city and hospital sites where they deliver services. Case Coordinator may also engage in outreach to places that people with HIV gather around these clinics and hospitals in order to encourage and accompany them to health services.

The Case Coordinator is responsible for case management, support, referral promotion and liaison of the ART treatment and Adherence Counseling Service at the HIV prevention casework service.
•    Outreach to city and hospital sites where service is delivered.
•    Referral and follow up of referrals to other services.
•    Tracking via phone call or home visit for missed appointment of lost to follow up cases.
•    Use the forms provided and complete them in delivering client services.
•    Collect service data and provide daily to the coordinator.
•    Follow protocols and procedures for office administration, rostering, using the HIV prevention casework service resources, etc.
•    Participate in supervision with the coordinator (or other members of the management team as directed) and follow all reasonable instructions.
•    Read and utilize the HIV prevention casework service policies and procedures whten representing the organization in service delivery.
•    Actively participation in team meetings and team building exercises conducted by the HIV prevention casework service.
•    Actively participation in individual annual performance review conducted by the HIV prevention casework service.
•    Engage in professional development to build your skills.

•    At least ten standard passed and must have experience in the provision of support, education of care services to people living with HIV.
•    Must have Demonstrated skills and experience in Outreach adherence support.
•    Must have Personal and/or professional experience with clinics, outreach and hospitals.
•    Must have understanding of and commitment to people living with HIV, especially key
populations for HIV.
•    Ability to work independently but cooperatively with others.
•    Demonstrate a high level of integrity compassion for others and a high degree of honesty.
•    Should be organized, systematic, dynamic and must interact well with others.

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Front Desk Facilitator
PSI Myanmar IT, Hardware, & Software
PSI Myanmar
(IT, Hardware, & Software)

Front Desk Facilitator

The Font Desk Facilitator works for TOP, an HIV/AIDS project aiming at reducing HIV transmission and HIV/AIDS-associated morbidity and mortality amongst the high-risk and marginalized population of Sex Workers and Men Having Sex with Men in 18 sites and additional sites in Myanmar.
His/her mission is to do data entry tasks (data collection and quality assurance) and documents preparation and verification in accordance with M&E guideline. Manage the client waiting time to get TOP services as a patient flow and effective support to TOP medical doctor for clinic assistant.

Front Desk Facilitator and Document preparation
•    Ensure the usage of Unique Numerical Identity (UNiD) of clients who come to TOP Key-population Services Centre for receiving services.
•    Ensure daily data collection at site and then enter into TOP database daily.
•    Under supervision of Site Program Officer, compile and verify site data at site level before sending to M&E Department, TOP Coordination Office or other reporting channels in accordance with M&E guideline.
•    Prepare relevant program information and documents for reports in assisting TOP Site Program Officer/M&E Department.
Patient Flow
•    Ensures confidentiality of information of clients
•    Work in line with Medical Officer, Counselor and Case Coordinator for adjusting waiting time of clients consultation
•    Give token to clients for consultation and counseling
•    Ensure smooth patient flow by prioritizing clients according to clinical condition
•    Ensures universal hygiene precaution and follows infection control procedures
•    Inform Medical officer about ill cases
•    Make sure to keep individual patient file in cupboard and have to follow the procedure of TOP client record system
•    If necessary, Front Desk Facilitator will give HE session for visitors
•    To have the services in time for who needs clinical services
•    Co-operate with clinic team
Clinic Assistant
•    To record accurate documentations in the patient’s file
•    To ensure that medical inventories are kept and that monthly requisitions for all medical items are prepared

•     At least ten standard passed and ability to use computer (Any graduate with relevant experiences is preferable)
•     Must have understanding the quite knowledge on different reporting level (Service Delivery, Intermediate, M&E level). Must be computer literate, experience in data entry is an asset.
•    Must be able to manage time effectively to meet deadline assigned by TOP Site Program Officer and M&E Department.
•    Must be able to understand basic communication skills and effectively communicate with community and other departmental staff.
•    Must have basic knowledge about HIV prevention activities.
•    Should be organized, systematic, dynamic and must interact well with others.

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Community Coordinator(F)
PSI Myanmar IT, Hardware, & Software
PSI Myanmar
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Community Coordinator(F)

PSI/Myanmar’s Win-Win Program is comprised of volunteer agents in peri-urban and rural Myanmar, working to provide health education, basic screening, diagnostic and treatment services as well as to distribute health related products at community level. These agents are providing health services on Maternal and Child Health, Malaria and TB areas. This network with agents functions as entry-points for additional care provided at nearby SQH clinics or public health facilities.

Community Coordinator (Field) position is a critical role in managing Win-Win hub offices under Community Health Service Volunteer Channel with a focus on providing integrated health services more efficiently. Key responsibilities include supervising volunteer agents and assisting community coordinator (officer) in overall management of program operations in assigned township.

Agent Management.
•    Ensure all agents are stocked sufficiently with health products and commodities every month.
•    Supervise sales, health talks and provision of health services by agents during coaching visits.
•    Facilitate monthly meetings and training sessions for capacity development of agents.
•    Motivate and support agents to achieve sales and health service targets every month.
•    Identify, calculate and reward health activity-related incentives to the entitled agents.
•    Coordinate between local authorities, health facilities and agents to ensure smooth operation

Operations Management
•    Collect purchase orders from agents and enter into the point of sales application during monthly meetings and hub visits.
•    Ensure commodities, IEC and promo are distributed by standard protocols and procedures.
•    Assist community coordinator (officer) in supervision visits and stakeholder meetings.
•    Keep mapping of recruited and active agents updated every month and discover potential candidates for new recruitments and replacements.
•    Ensure electronic recording and reporting for sales and health services smooth and regular.

Office Administration
•    Work together with community coordinator (officer) to make sure all operational procedures are in compliance with existing guidelines and policies from PSI/Myanmar.
•    Present as a representative when community coordinator (officer) is out of office.
•    Assist community coordinator (officer) to organize documents and reports for submission.
•    Ensure proper inventory management with systematic recording and reporting.
•    Ensure all financial records, receipts and reports are accurate, reliable, true and correct.

•    Must have passed matriculation with a preference for university graduates.
•    Must have strong interpersonal communication skills.
•    Must be able travel around project townships and spend significant time in the field.
•    Should be able to communicate in Myanmar and basic English language.
•    Should be organized, systematic and dynamic and must interact well with others.
•    Having knowledge on both urban and rural communities of assigned township is an asset.
•    Basic computer skills, including Microsoft Excel.

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