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Junior Enterprise Development Officer
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Major FunctionUnder the supervision of the Livelihoods Development Officer, Junior Enterprise Development Officer shall support in the planning and implementation of forest and agricultural based sustainable livelihood initiatives in the DTL. This includes socioeconomic and livelihood assessments, incubating local businesses, and providing direct support in developing livelihoodenterprise projects for local communities and linking them to markets or business service providers. Junior Enterprise Development Officer will be based in Dawei and will be required to work closely with local communities, authorities, and local NGOs. Heshe normally would spend at least 10 days in communities each month or longer as needed. Major Duties and Responsibilities:aCapacity building and backstopping of community enterprise groupsbCoordination RepresentationcLogistics Finance SupportThe detailed job description is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpage

Job posted: 1.6.2020

Programme Manager-Illegal Wildlife Trade
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

Are you motivated and passionate about conserving Myanmars wildlife and the environment Do you have skills and experience related to species conservation, research, wildlife trade and wildlife law enforcement Do you want to have a real and lasting impact on nature conservation in MyanmarWWF has an exciting and challenging career opportunity for a dynamic and experienced conservation professional to lead our efforts to tackle the illegal wildlife trade in Myanmar. Wildlife crime is a major threat to the countrys biodiversity, the integrity of its key ecosystems, and to the security, livelihoods, and health of its people and its economy. The Illegal Wildlife Trade Programme Manager position, based in Yangon, is open to International and Myanmar nationals and will lead a dynamic and ambitious team working on several initiatives across the country. If this opportunity sounds like it is made for you, apply now.Major FunctionThe IWT Programme Manager will lead WWFs efforts to tackle IWT in Myanmar. HeShe will coordinate closely with regional and global WWF initiatives, including the WWF Tigers Alive Initiative TAI, and WWF Ivory High Impact Initiative and those being implemented by other key NGOs and organisations working on IWT. Heshe will coordinate closely with government departments and enforcement agencies. The role will include leading project design and implementation, developing funding proposals, enforcement support, surveys, data analysis, and policy advocacy including communications campaigns.The detailed responsibilities and requirements are at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpageClosing Date: 3 June 2020 WednesdayInterested candidates should send a cover letter and curriculum vitae 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: 30.5.2020
Consultancy objectivesIn this context, WWF wants to undertake a survey on FB companies current operation, the challenges and impacts of COVID19 they encounter and their plans to resume normal operation, by conducting interviews with a minimum of 80 SMEs from the food and beverage sector especially targeting at the project targeted SMEs.The overall objective of this survey assignment is to assess and evaluate the existing situation, status challenges and plans of the SMEs from the Food and Beverage sector. The study should focus and analyse the following key questions:How COVID 19 pandemic and current restriction and how have COVID 19 and current restrictions have impacted their businesses In relation to:Is the SME operating If so, under what circumstances What is their level of operationWhat are the challenges that they are facing with regards toWhat are the measures they are applying to cope up with the current situationHave they received support of any kind from the government and or their associations Scope of workThe consultant is expected to provide a detailed proposal on the study including the methodology, timeline and cost for this study. The detailed outputs deliverables are is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpage

Job posted: 28.5.2020
Objective of the consultancyTo produce an indepth analysis of key stakeholders and of river basin governance in the Ayeyarwady River Basin Landscape ARL in relation to WWF goals.Scope of work major responsibilitiesMajor responsibilities are identified by the points below: Identify key stakeholders including government at various levels, CSO, communities, and private sector in the ARL and its sublandscapes. Produce an indepth, gender sensitive, analysis of the stakeholders, describing their interests, background, major plans and interactions. Produce an analysis of main governance mechanisms in the ARL, including a description of the main regulations law etc. and institutions incl. committees etc., highlighting current challenges.Outputs deliverable of performance and time schedule A document presenting the analyses in a visually effective manner, with sources well documented A summary brief with the key findings of the analysisThe detailed responsibilities and time schedule is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpage

Job posted: 26.5.2020

Consultant for Comparative Study on Energy Efficiency Policy & Procedures
Company: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Myanmar)

WWF Myanmar is looking for a Consultant for Comparative Study on Energy Efficiency Policy Practices with Homebased with a few online interviews to support a comparative analysis of good Energy Efficiency policies and measures in the industrial sector, including esp. the Food and Beverage FB Industry, in neighboring countries, and the development of recommendation for the Government of Myanmar based on its findings. On the Tha Bar Wa project. In order to support the Food and Beverage sector, WWF is implementing Tha Bar Wa project. The project is a fouryear project which started in 2018, funded by the European Union under the SWITCHAsia Programme. The project is implemented by WWF in partnership with Myanmar Food Processors and Exporters Association MFPEA and Savings Banks Foundation for International Cooperation SBFIC.The project promotes cleaner production in Myanmars growing Food and Beverage sector, specifically in the small and mediumsize enterprises. The projects overall objective is to improve demonstrate an enabling environment for cleaner production. Consultancy objectivesWWF aims to contract an indepth comparative study among East, South, and SouthEast Asia countries of good individual policies and policy frameworksmixes geared at promoting energy efficiency in the industrialmanufacturing sector. The analysis should cover all types of policies including regulation and standards, economic incentives, awarenessraising, capacitybuilding and monitoring mechanisms and should assess policy effectiveness in light of their known performance successeschallenges that is steering effects on practices on application of energy efficiency practices. Drawing lessons learned from the assessment and comparison of such policies, this study should provide recommendations for an energy efficiency promotion programpolicy framework for the consideration of the government of Myanmar. Scope of workThe consultant is expected to provide a detailed methodology and timeline for this study. The consultant will identify at least three countries for the study and, based on the comparison with Myanmars existing policies and practices, will suggest recommendations for an energy efficiency promotion program or policy mix for the industrial sector specific attention should be given to the FB sector, as appropriate. Methodologically, this study will involve a thorough desk research and to validate some of the data and information, a few interviews might be required that can be either done through phone or online. Travel is not foreseen under the contract.The study should present: The goalsintention of the studyThe methodology appliedThe criteria for comparison and a justification of the policies selected for analysis based on these criteriaA detailed analysis of the policies policy frameworks, Recommendations for the development of a policy framework for energy efficiency promotion in the industrial sector in MyanmarThe detailed outputs deliverables are is at www.wwf.org.mmenmyanmarcareerpageClosing Date: 2 June 2020 TuesdayBid documents:Clearly stating their fit for this position incl. documentation of relevant qualifications and prior experience, together with a financial offer and CVs of all experts to be involved with the contract either by email to: vacancy.mmwwf.org.mm or by post delivered to: WWF Myanmar, 15C Than Taman Street, Dagon Township, Yangon.The financial offer must be presented as an amount in USD and must include a breakdown of the consultancy fee and any incidental expenditure incurred e.g. through telecommunication fees. The maximum budget available for this contract is X USD. Payments under this contract will be made in the currency of the tender. The applicable tax arrangements will be deduce based on WWFs Myanmar and Government fo Myanmar tax policy. For additional information or clarification, the bidder can email to ujjwal.pokhrelwwf.org.mm.Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Job posted: 26.5.2020

HR & Admin Manager
Company: Grand Wynn Group of Companies

Monitor daily attendance, Investigate and understand causes for staff absences. Doing rules and regulations according to situation HRAdminCalculate the salary for all Emplyoee Manpower230Prepared the Montly Salary Report to approve General ManagerCheck the Uniform List Calculate the Uniform Cost and Arranging the staff s uniform and ferry for 1year all departmentCheck the employee records update ,Leave record andemployee personal filePrepared Probation period contract and them Check the employee List who completed 3 months , after permantant employee 1year contractEnrolling to Walfare SSB every monthPrepare Report to General Manager MontlyStationery ListDirect Report to Managing Director FMCG Depatrment Opeeration Sales, Account,Cash CollectorProduce and distribute correspondence memos, letters, faxes and for all Department Organize seminars and events Mothers day, Staff Paty, an Food, staff party, Customer HonourableTake responsible for all the details tasks of AdminDepartment.Handling payroll for all staffs Cleaning TeamCommunicate with Banks in need invoice and any other income transferalHandling for Drivers team and also planed for daily way schedules.

Job posted: 15.5.2020

Partnership & Programme Support Director
Company: Save the Children International

Support MEC Director and the MEC team in overall strategy development and implementation of the final year of Phase 2 and for the next phase of MEC, including working with donors in preparation of a funding strategy for Phase 3. Provide analysis on partner proposals for consistency between program and resource allocation and strategic decision making for partner financing. Support development and strengthening of partner financial budgeting, reporting and review systems. Support the MEC Director by advising on reallocation of resources through program and budget amendments. Support preparation of the budget component of the Annual Operational Plan, in conjunction with the SCIM Finance Director and Awards Director. Note that the Myanmar CO Finance Director will be responsible for financial operations accounting functions, control, periodic financial performance analysis and reporting to the Steering Committee on overall financial performance. Assist the MEC Director in variance analysis and assessment of Value for Money VfM. Support budget monitoring of MEC and Partnerheld budget lines and engage with other MEC SMT members to ensure appropriate budget implementation and oversight.Operational Support Ensure that the daytoday operational needs within the MEC team are met, including coordinating effectively with Save the Children operation functions. Ensure that the MEC program is administered effectively in the areas of admin, logistics, HR and IT. Oversee MEC staff safety security including supporting adherence to related protocols. Lead in the development of an MEC Capacity Development plan, including ensuring the availability of appropriate professional development opportunities for programme staff, and identify and support pathways for staff to take on increasingly senior roles. Support teams to ensure that programme staff have clearly defined objectives and understand their responsibilities and staff development strategies and Performance Management Systems are incorporated into team building process.Risk Award Management Support Update, monitor and ensure implementation of MEC Risk Management Plan in collaboration with MEC and partner staff. Support implementation of partner capacity development plans related to risk management and financial performance. In collaboration with SCI Finance and SCI Risk and Compliance Department, lead internal risk assessment of MEC and partners. Oversee compliance by MEC partners to donor SCI requirements With support from the SCI Awards Director, ensure the Awards Management System and associated processes are appropriately implemented.Partnership Support Oversee and supervise PPSD team members to constructively and appropriately engage with MECs complementary education partners in systems and institutional development on the basis of evidencebased data and information. Support the PPSD team to implement institutional development aspects of the partner programs, including building and maintaining strong relations with partner organizations and facilitating, mentoring and following up ID capacity development support to MECs partners. Lead the revision, dissemination and training on Partnership Principles and values across all MEC teams in close collaboration with the MEC Director and other senior leadership team members. Ensure effective coordination across MECs technical support teams in their engagement with partners. Ensure child safeguarding activities by partners are planned for and supported. Ensure partners are appropriately supported across the project cycle management cycle, including annual planning, project monitoring, reporting and amendments.Leadership Management Support Participate actively in the MEC Senior Management Team to support effective coordination and delivery of the program, particularly in implementation of core MEC areas through tracking and implementation of key deliverables. Lead, manage and support the Partnership, Operations and Finance teams to ensure that the PPSD team has clearly defined goals and objectives and individual staff understand their roles and responsibilities. Support team members with mentorship and ensuring appropriate professional development opportunities are availed to nurture staff to grow in their positions. Encourage a team culture and partnership approach based on sharing, learning, creativity and problemsolving.General Promote a strong collaborative team culture Provide mentoring to all members of the MEC team as required. Additional responsibilities as agreed with MEC Director. Deputise for MEC Director as required.

Job posted: 26.3.2020

Education In Emergencies Advisor
Company: Save the Children International

Engage in advocacy work related to the endorsement of the Safe Schools Declaration by Myanmar, and lead the development of a detailed advocacy plan including communications materials, in close collaboration with Child Protection colleagues, the Advocacy Manager, and other partners development and EiEEngage in policy work related to the development of the EiE Framework for the Ministry of Education Myanmar, including representation at MoE workshops and events held with donors, partners, and key stakeholders.Develop policy briefs, position papers, and casestudies, drawing from EiE programming and EiE Sector, and in collaboration with the relevant technical teams e.g. Child ProtectionRepresent Save the Children for EiErelated policy, advocacy and networking with strategic and implementation partners. UN organizations, Save the Children Members, national and international research institutions, media, civil society and government stakeholders.Ensure coordination, communication and liaison with key stakeholders including: MoE, UN agencies, internationalnational NGOs and other relevant civil society organisations.Develop communication materials, in collaboration with the Communications teams and ensuring the inclusion of technical input from the relevant project managers, to contribute to the EiE advocacy and programme strategy.Ensure that the voices of children guide advocacy and policy change objectives and related activities.In collaboration with MEAL team, ensure evidence of impact of EiE interventions is rigorously maintained, documented and disseminated internally and externally as appropriate, to contribute to improvements in programme quality and advocacy efforts.Technical support:Ensure that the Education in Emergency teams and other programmatic sectors are updated with priority EiE strategies and approaches and support their implementation and use.Work closely with MEAL team and EiE MEAL staff to revise and implement an effective monitoring and evaluation framework for the EiE programme and ensure monitoring information is analysed and shared.Identify needs for technical support from incountry and external technical advisers, including crosssectoral inputs e.g. Child Protection, Social CohesionPeacebuilding.Work closely with Education Sector Lead and Education Head of Programme to develop an evidencebased EiE strategy for the country programme, in alignment with the Country Strategy Plan 201921, the Humanitarian Response Plan and EiE Sector Strategy, and the MMR CO Humanitarian Strategy.Provide technical inputs to proposal development and fundraising strategies that align with the EiE Strategy through collaboration with business development team, HOPs and Sector Leads.Work closely with the EiE Sector coordinator, to raise issues from regional and national clusters to the Myanmar Government and sector coordination groups. Represent Save the Children at Sector Coordination meetings and support SCs EiE sector Cochair in Rakhine Program Manager in achieving herhis duties within this representation and coordination task with all EiE partners.

Job posted: 25.3.2020

Senior Program Manager - Child Poverty
Company: Save the Children International

Ensure effective collaboration and coordination across nutrition, child protection and child poverty projects and among Project Managers and other sector Managers and Operational Managers in the field. React quickly and decisively to bring any internal team challenges and problems to a swift and satisfactory resolution.Provide and support capacity building for project teams to ensure staff have the technical and management skills and competencies required to lead and develop effective programs.Support HoP in identifying and documenting of performance that is less than satisfactory, develop appropriate performance improvements work plans and take appropriate performance management actions in line with country programmeSCI policy, in consultation with the HoP. Leadership and RepresentationRepresent Save the Children at national and international events and forums and proactively explore opportunities to engage in advocacy work in Nutrition, Social Protection, livelihoods and Decent work to change policies and practices for wider and lasting impact on the lives of children in Myanmar.Serve as point of contact with program partners in the field and in Yangon.Together with the HoP, Technical Advisors and Sector Leads, coordinate with a range of stakeholders including: international and national NGOs, UN agencies, donors and government and ministries and mobilize their support for effective implementation. Programme Growth and LearningEnsure project learning informs nutrition, social protection and livelihoods programme implementation and contributes to advocacy actions and initiatives and support the Sector Leads in the development of key documents within the SCI MEAL system Country Annual Plan, Country Strategy Paper, Total Reach, Advocacy Measurement Tool and Country Annual Report and donor ME systemsIn line with the sectors strategies and tools, ensure that projects implement detailed ME plans, linked to the programme wide MEAL system.In collaboration with Project Managers, ensure that project reports and publications are of a high quality and produced on time in line with agreed deadlines with support from Sector Leads , Techincal advisors and HOP. Project Delivery and Quality Support Project Managers and their teams implement projects in line with project plans and work with them and their teams to innovate and be responsive to changing internal and external factors. Support teams and partners for the regular update of their detailed implementation plans. Maintain an overview of project budgets and work with Project Managers, HOP and Sector Lead to develop timely solutions to projects under and over spends in line with SC Member and donor requirements. Provise continuous support to Project Managers in timely identifying and mitigating underoverspending risks and act accordingly in coordination with HoP.Liaise with Awards, Finance, Logistics, MEAL and other Sector Leads on behalf of projects to ensure that all financial and programmatic commitments to SC Members and donors are met on time and in accordance with SC policies and standards.Ensure that teams have access to the technical and management support they need to deliver high quality projects and coordinate in the field with other implemented programs.In coordination with the technical advisors, support field teams in supporting civil society partners including capacity building, planning and technical support. OtherAny other task requested by HOP representation, translations, proposal, etc..Support emergency preparedness planning if needed and provide technical input and support to staff developing and implementing emergency response programmes Child Safeguarding Responsibility: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: 25.3.2020

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