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Oct 022016
 

Organization: World Vision
Country: Viet Nam
Closing date: 03 Oct 2016

World Vision is a relief, development and advocacy organisation devoted to improving the lives of children, families and their communities around the world. Our 45,000+ staff members working in more than 90 countries are united through our ethos, mission and shared desire for all individuals, especially children, to overcome poverty, inequality and injustice.

Here’s where you come in:

As Program Quality & Resource Development Director you will maintain the quality of development programs, aligning with the Partnership guidance on Program Quality standards, LEAP 3.0 and the Development Program Approach (DPA). This includes technical approach planning, monitoring and documentation of project models, support to ADPs in design and evaluation, and technical support for project model implementation and monitoring based on national strategic objectives. You will also have the responsibility to facilitate training and capacity building opportunities on DME, technical approaches and learning networks. You will be responsible for the acquisition of grants and private non-sponsorship funding in consultation with the Operations, which is aligned to the country strategy and meets the needs of communities where WV Vietnam work.

Requirements include:

  • Master degree in any of the following fields: education, public health, community development, social works, business administration or related field.
  • Knowledge of donor requirements and funding sources such as: USAID, OFDA, DFAT, MFAT, ADB, EU and other bilateral and multilateral donors, and ability to write good proposal and project design. High level of negotiation and persuasion skills in seeking funding commitments and gaining design approval from donors.
  • Minimum five years experience in development and management of grants and grant compliance experience in Asian context.
  • Experience with networking with international agencies and managing donor contacts and relations.

How to apply:

Is this the job for you?

World Vision is dedicated to our team members’ development and their success. We aspire for all employees to be fulfilled through their work and their contributions to an organisation working to provide long-term sustainable solutions to the world’s most vulnerable people.

Find the full responsibilities and requirements for this position online and apply by the closing date 03 Oct 2016. For more information on World Vision International, please visit our website: www.wvi.org. Due to the number of applications received, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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