MyJoboo - your job in Myanmar

Create your profile on Jobless to be found by thousands of employers GET STARTED

0

JOBS LIVE

We found 149 job offers NGO, Charity & Voluntary jobs in Myanmar

Forest project officer
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionUnder the supervision and guidance of the Forest Programme Manager, the Project Officer will primarily support the implementation of the Voices for the Mekong Project V4MF in DTL. Heshe is responsible for all aspects of project operations including planning, implementation, budget monitoring and management, reporting, and liaising with V4MF Project team in Myanmar and in Mekong. Major Duties and Responsibilities:Liaise with V4MF Project management team in Myanmar and in the Mekong region, as well as other non state and government actors in DTL. Actively engage in project team planning and meetings and provide valuable inputs in ensuring effective and efficient delivery of project outputs. Help collect and input ME data from the DTL and compile reporting materials.Coordinate implementation of V4MF project field based activities and initiatives, including workshops, meetings, and related eventsSupervise consultants engaged in the implementation of V4MF project.Contributeto stakeholder mapping of non state actors within the DTL particularly in Kayin State and building linkages with Karen and other ethnic minority groups in the landscapeFacilitate of trainings of project partners in the fields of forest governance and forest governance monitoring systemThe detailed job description is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpageClosing Date: 10 October 2019 ThursdayInterested candidates should send a cover letter and curriculum vitae with your salary expectation stating the position title and reference number in English by email to vacancy.mmwwf.org.mm application documents should be addressed as DocumentYourfullname. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Job posted: 18.10.2019

Illegal Wildlife Trade Law Enforcement Officer
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionThe Illegal Wildlife Trade IWT Law Enforcement LE Officer will focus on supporting law enforcement agencies with intelligenceled investigations and operations to shut down IWT in Myanmar. The IWT LE Officer will support the development and implementation of WWF Myanmars IWT strategy, including law enforcement actions designed to shut down the ivory market under the WWF Ivory HII Ivory High Impact Initiative, and actions to stop wild elephant poaching, open market closures, and online wildlife trading.Major Responsibilities IWT Law Enforcement SupportGovernment RelationsLaw Enforcement LE Technical Support and Capacity BuildingSupport LE Strategy DevelopmentSupport LE Operational Level Trainings in the areas of detection, prevention, disruption and prosecution.Assist LE Technical Advisor in providing technical support to Myanmar Government agencies especially on designing and implementing intelligenceled operationsRelationship building with key law enforcement agenciesProvide technical guidance and support to WWF Myanmar IWT team in programme and project strategic design and implementationSupport demand reduction strategic engagement in Myanmar by providing LE technical guidance and support as needed.Represent WWF Myanmar in relevant meetings, networks, stakeholders engagement, and partnership dialogues.Support communication of outcomes of Ivory IWT activities in Myanmar through the WWF Network and external channels.Maintain a working knowledge of political, legislative, environmental, social and economic framework.Coordinate with WWF GMPO IWT and Wildlife Crime leads on effective strategies and synergiesSupport INL Golden Triangle initiative The detailed job description is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpage

Job posted: 18.10.2019

Senior Officer/Officer, Civil Society Organization (CSO) Partnerships
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionThe Senior OfficerOfficer will in cooperation with the CSO Partnership and Community Engagement Manager lead the coordination of WWFs CSO related project activities funded by the Sida, Danida and other CSOrelated programmesprojects. Major Duties and Responsibilities:A.Project development and implementation Support the delivery of Sida and Danida project outcomes, including: development and implementation of work plan, technical reporting, and coordination with project partners Provide regular reports to the CSO Partnership and Community Engagement Manager and share knowledge with project partners on implementation, monitoring, review, and updates with regard to the Sidafunded projectDevelop and maintain effective contacts with a wide range of external contacts both organisations and individuals Work in close coordination with the relevant communications staff of WWFMyanmarOrganise workshops to review best practices in institutions for reference and development of new materials B.Building capacity in partner organizations Map CSOs and conduct training needs assessment and assess potential for engagement and carry out identified training for CSOs Improve CSOs basic knowledge on biodiversity conservation and forest projection and understanding of the links between livelihoods and conservation goalsDeliver dialogue forums between local communities, CSOs, private companies, and authorities on issues such as land use rights, and conflict management including advisory support to CSOs The detailed job description is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpage

Job posted: 16.10.2019

Senior Officer/Officer, Civil Society Organization (CSO) Partnerships
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionThe Senior OfficerOfficer will in cooperation with the CSO Partnership and Community Engagement Manager lead the coordination of WWFs CSO related project activities funded by the Sida, Danida and other CSOrelated programmesprojects. Major Duties and Responsibilities:A.Project development and implementation Support the delivery of Sida and Danida project outcomes, including: development and implementation of work plan, technical reporting, and coordination with project partners Provide regular reports to the CSO Partnership and Community Engagement Manager and share knowledge with project partners on implementation, monitoring, review, and updates with regard to the Sidafunded projectDevelop and maintain effective contacts with a wide range of external contacts both organisations and individuals Work in close coordination with the relevant communications staff of WWFMyanmarOrganise workshops to review best practices in institutions for reference and development of new materials B.Building capacity in partner organizations Map CSOs and conduct training needs assessment and assess potential for engagement and carry out identified training for CSOs Improve CSOs basic knowledge on biodiversity conservation and forest projection and understanding of the links between livelihoods and conservation goalsDeliver dialogue forums between local communities, CSOs, private companies, and authorities on issues such as land use rights, and conflict management including advisory support to CSOs The detailed job description is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpage

Job posted: 16.10.2019

Senior Forest Project Officer
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionUnder the supervision of the Forest Project Manager, the Project Officer will primarily support the implementation of the Voices for the Mekong Project V4MF in DTL. Heshe is responsible for all aspects of project operations including planning, implementation, budget monitoring and management, reporting, and liaising with V4MF Project team in Myanmar and in Mekong. Major Duties and Responsibilities:Liaise with V4MF Project management team in Myanmar and in the Mekong region, as well as other non state and government actors in DTL. Actively engage in project team planning and meetings and provide valuable inputs in ensuring effective and efficient delivery of project outputs. Help collect and input ME data from the DTL and compile reporting materials.Coordinate implementation of V4MF project field based activities and initiatives, including workshops, meetings, and related eventsSupervise consultants engaged in the implementation of V4MF project.Contributing to stakeholder mapping of non state actors within the DTL particularly in Kayin State and building linkages with Karen and other ethnic minority groups in the landscapeStrengthen institutional capacity of project partners in the fields of forest governance and forest governance monitoring systemCoordinate with other NGOs and relevant institutions to share lessons learned and standardize methodologies and terminologies. Represent WWF within the regionlandscape on forest governace issues as well as keep updated on latest policy and feed senior WWF Programme management.Produce and assists with the production of project related communication materials including articles, brochures website updates

Job posted: 15.10.2019

Senior Energy Programme Officer
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

I.Major Function:The Energy Officer will support the Energy Manager on sustainable energy work. Heshe will engage with partners local authorities local communities private sector CSOs, NGOs and other organisations to promote access to sustainable energy in WWFs target areas. II.Major Duties and Responsibilities A.Project Development and ImplementationResponsible for coordination of WWFs sustainable energy work in the region of Tanintharyi. The Energy Officer will be the first contact person for partners and will coordinate our work in the field.Support in the development of a pilot project for offgrid energy in at least one township and promote development of a regional energy plan in Tanintharyi.Carry out capacity building and trainings for CSOs, government and private sector in MyanmarSupport and participate in local existing energy sector meetings and networksPerform other technical and operational duties in relation to renewable energy, power options, offgrid solutions and hydropower development, as necessaryProvide inputs to communication, productscampaigns to ensure accurate information will be published to promote the image of the organization and its conservation activitiesB.Policy and Advocacy, Partnership Development and NetworkingProvide support to the Energy Manager in the development of new products and proposals for fundraisingDevelop and maintain a network of contacts, and actively seek to build strategic alliances with private sector, other NGOs, international and national organizations, donors and other potential partners in order to promote a sustainable energy sector as part of a green economy approach.Enable communities and SMEs to engage with the relevant levels for developing alternative energy solutions and equitable accessContribute to the development of national policy to meet SE4ALL objectives Represent the WWFMyanmar at appropriate regional and international WWF and nonWWF meetings, as approved by the Energy ManagerC.ManagementFacilitate knowledge exchange between WWFMyanmar and the regionD.Monitoring and Evaluation, ReportingSupport to ensure that effective ME system is in place, information and data is collected in time to inform on program implementation and result based monitoringConduct regular monitoring of project interventions and project impact

Job posted: 14.10.2019

Communications Fellow (Reannounced)
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionThe FellowIntern will support the communication team based in the landscape field office on two strategic initiatives. The first initiative aims to raise awareness of the local stakeholders on biological diversity and ecosystem services of Dawna Tenasserim Landscape. The second initiative aims to raise awareness of the international community on how the tradition and culture of indigenous communities contribute to conservation of biodiversity. Major Responsibilities 1.Conservations awareness campaign: In partnership with partner organisations and technical experts, launch awareness raising campaign on conservation issues with local stakeholders being the target audience. The responsibilities includea.Agreeing on the modality of the campaignb.Developing and implementing a workplan, with partners, to launch and continue the campaignc.Ensuring smooth start and continuation of the campaign Raising landscape profile:d.Organizing a high profile exhibition in Dawei, showcasing biodiversity value of the e.Developing and implementing a workplan to organise the exhibitionf.Supporting the communication team in the landscape to develop and strengthen assets and channels to communicate ourcomes to the donors.

Job posted: 14.10.2019

Head Of Planning And Institutional Development
Company: Save the Children International

The postholder plays a key role in contributing to the successful implementation of the MEC program by leading and managing the Partnership Planning team. The holder will contribute to the overall design, planning and implementation of MEC partnership and institutional development activities in close collaboration with the Senior Management team SMT and in line with MECs Program Strategy. The postholder will lead a strong effective team, working effectively with relevant leads on all important technical, organizational and operational matters.Partnership and PlanningSupport and provide management for respective Partnership ManagersCoordinators to monitor, coordinate, facilitate and follow up on partner implementation, ensuring challenges are addressed in a timely and appropriate manner.Lead the Partnership and Planning team to collaborate across teams to design, prepare and cofacilitate the annual Review and Planning Meetings with the complementary education partners. Lead the implementation of the partnership components of the Annual Operating Plan AOP, ensuring MEC is supportive of partners and promotes joint accountability for agreed objectives and contractual obligations. Develop quarterly field monitoring plans with Partnership ManagersCoordinators, ensuring inputs from all teams and partners. Support the preparation of semiannual and annual reports in close collaboration with MEC senior management team leads. Spport continuing collaboration between the Partnership and Planning Team and the MEC Child Safeguarding Advisor to ensure. Lead the revision, dissemination and training on Partnership Principles and values across all MEC teams in close collaboration with senior management leads. Ensure that all partners have child safeguarding policies, systems and plans in place that are aligned with the MEC Child Safeguarding Policy. Facilitate collaboration with the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning team to ensure that the MEC ME system delivers sufficient quantitative and qualitative data to reflect partner program results to show progress and change in the short, intermediate and long term indicators within the results framework.Institutional DevelopmentOrganizational Development IDOD Support the PMEL Director in leading consultations with partners senior leadership on needs and priorities for institutional systems strengthening. Support the PMEL Director to develop an Institutional Development strategy with partners and MEC teams that outlines feasible and appropriate objectives and activities through the operating period. Lead a crosssector MEC team of Heads and Managers in developing good common understanding of ID and how it relates to the wider complementary education systems strengthening at different levels of the systems.Team Leadership and Management Participate actively in the SMT to effectively support the coordination and delivery of the MEC strategy. Manage and support managerscoordinators to ensure that the team has clearly defined objectives and that individual staff understand their roles and responsibilities. Incorporate staff development strategies and Develop to Perform objectives into the capacity development plan of the PPMEL team. Support direct supervisees through one to one coaching and ensure availability of appropriate professional development opportunities for staff. Encourage a team culture and partnership approach based on sharing, learning and creativity.General Promote and support a strong collaborative team culture across MEC teams. Additional responsibilities as assigned and agreed with the PMEL Director.Child Safeguarding Responsibilities Ensure that your staff is providing all beneficiaries of your programme with ongoing, ageappropriate verbal or written information in relevant languages about Save the Childrens Child Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct.

Job posted: 30.8.2019

Head Of Policy And Advocacy
Company: Save the Children International

Monitor the education decentralization process, as well as the peace process and education reforms to identify key advocacy opportunities for MEC and its partners, through participation in relevant SubSector Working Groups and networking. Oversee the MEC team to conduct power mapping at all levels to identify the most strategic level of engagements. Engage MEC at the highest level with key influencers and decisionmakers on basic education, in the planning and shaping of policy engagements and advocacy forums Ensure coordination and communication across all MEC teams and with partners on advocacy related programs and activities. Collaborate closely with Education and PMEL teams to ensure information and findings feedback onto MECs evidencebased advocacy strategyOversee the development of advocacy strategies to raise MECs profile as a leader in the field of ethnic and monastic complementary education. Ensure issuebased findings from research and monitoring reports are distilled and disseminated to fill in the gap in information and awareness on ethnic and monastic education matters in Myanmar Facilitate participation of the community and especially children in communication and advocacy strategies. Ensure the voices of duty bearers and rights holders are captured and used to influence decisionmaking processes. Advocate for ethnic and monastic voices to be heard at the central level Coordinate partners capacity development to identify policy barriers to be removed to achieve their objectives. Provide strategic guidance to navigate the political space to achieve their policy goals through various advocacy paths. Identify key strategic interlocutors and forumsgroups for partners to join and the evidence base available and required for this. With a broader alliance of education development partners, build a coalition with other actors working towards similar goals, especially regarding alignment and improvement of school quality frameworks, student transition, and teachers competency recognition. Support dialogue of all stakeholders, and advocate for partners interests in all relevant platforms Seek out external expertise as needed, to support MECs and partners work for instance on MTBMLE or SIP, within the frame of the BBCD initiative Child Safeguarding Responsibilities: Ensure that child safeguarding and child protection mainstreaming are integrated into all ME frameworks through measurable output and outcome indicators and lead the process of piloting and scaling up local level beneficiary complaints mechanisms in relation to staff conduct, with an emphasis on the Child Safeguarding Policy and measure to prevent sexual exploitation of women and children.

Job posted: 21.8.2019

Program Adviser
Company: Save the Children International

Strategic direction, programme design and development Provide guidance and technical support in developing CRG programming documents including: Child Rights Situation Analysis CRSA, Thematic Programme Strategies and Annual Operational Plans and contribute to the development of the overall Country Strategic Plan. With the support of the Head of Program, lead in developing a high quality CRG programme through integration, expansion and growth of existing CRG programmes and strengthening links with other sectors as appropriate. Facilitate integration of CRG into other sectors and ensure intersectoral complementarity. Provide technical support in CRG to operational teams to ensure their projects effectively support increasing childrens access to their rights in Myanmar. Together with Head of Program, identify funding opportunities and develop high quality proposals in coordination with programme managers, programme operations team and the finance and grant management teams. Ensure linkages with relevant research initiatives and ensure that findings and recommendations from these, as well as specific project and programme evaluations, feed into CRG programme strategies and design. Ensure programme alignment with SC global and regional CRG strategies and priorities.Technical support and capacity building Support Child Rights Coalition in supplementary reporting and lead the child rights monitoring and reporting process. Build the capacity of CRG Programme staff and ensure adequate technical support to programme managers and the operation teams for the effective implementation and monitoring of CRG programme activities. Support the CRG teams in identifying and supporting civil society partners including: partner assessmentrisk analysis, capacity building planning and technical supporttraining. Provide support to operational teams in developing and implementing an effective monitoring and evaluation frameworks for the CRG programmes and ensure monitoring information is analysed and shared, appropriately both internally and externally. Identify key learning opportunities and processes from the CRG programme and proactively design and organise opportunities to share key lessons to inform project and programme design. Provide CRG technical input and support to staff developing and implementing emergency preparedness plans and response programmes. Networking and representation Represent Save the Children, as required, at national and international events and proactively explore opportunities and to engage in advocacy work to change policies and practices for wider and lasting impact on the lives of children in Myanmar. Under the guidance of the Head of Program, support in country coordination, communication and liaison with key stakeholders including: relevant line Ministries, UN agencies, international and national NGOs and other relevant civil society organisations. Child Safeguarding Responsibilities Ensure that your staff is providing all beneficiaries of your programme with ongoing, ageappropriate verbal or written information in relevant languages about Save the Childrens Child Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct.

Job posted: 14.8.2019

WHO WE ARE

Myjoboo.com is the leading Myanmar job offers aggregator. Myjobbo.com website was developed to help job seekers easily browse the best jobs and learn about Myanmar employers and most of Myanmar job agencies. Our extensive resources have allowed us to compile a list of the best jobs currently available at Myanmar job market. If, by some chance, you do not find your dream job listed, check back the site later. We frequently update our website to provide you with the most current employment opportunities in Yangon and other cities in Myanmar.