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Deputy Country Director ( รับสมัครเฉพาะสัญชาติไทย / Thailand national requirement )

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Organization : มูลนิธิป้องกันอุบัติภัยแห่งเอเชีย (AIP Foundation)
Type : Nonprofits / องค์กรไม่แสวงหาผลกำไร
Date : 30 Oct 2014
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Deadline : / /

Duty Station: Bangkok, Thailand with frequent travel in Thailand and in the region (20% of total working time)

Start date: as soon as possible

Application due: 30 Nov 2014. Applicants are encouraged to send the application early as we might proceed recruitment with qualified candidates before the deadline.

Position Profile

Serves as Deputy Country Director for the Asia Injury Prevention (AIP) Foundation, based in Bangkok, Thailand, the incumbent is responsible for overall management of the program and project design, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, budgeting, staff management, and long-term strategic planning. The Deputy Country Director forges connections with local, national, and regional partners and with skilled professionals in the region, with a view to toward future collaboration. This person represents AIP Foundation and its programs at relevant meetings in Thailand and other countries as assigned. S/He also works closely with AIP Foundation staff in Vietnam on planning and implementation of programs.

 

The Deputy Country Director reports to the Thailand Country Director and the CEO of AIP based in Ho Chi Minh City office, Viet Nam.  The responsibilities listed below are inclusive, but not exhaustive, of the role. It is reasonable to assume that additional tasks will be requested, as and when needed.

 

Responsibilities

General

Advance the mission of the organization through management of issues and associated work;

Build awareness of AIP Foundation and the Thailand Helmet Vaccine Initiative (THVI) and promote communication of issues and accomplishments to the public; 

Serve as liaison to various government and non-government (NGO) agencies and coordinate cooperative activities with other NGOs and local and national governmental agencies;

Serve as key contact with funding sources and provide follow-up reports as needed;

Establish operating procedures and make decisions in all matters of administrative and supervisory detail in connection with the operation and maintenance of the organization in Thailand;

Ensure that terms of all contractual agreements are met;

 

Supervisory Responsibilities

Supervise the Program and Operations staff to coordinate the legal establishment of the AIP Foundation in Thailand and the program implementation;

Supervise and ensure that employee(s) perform their duties as identified in their job descriptions;

Oversee preparation and implementation of all staff performance reviews;

Support the Country Director to recruit and hire staff (Program and Secretariat Staff), Consultants and Volunteer Advisors.

 

 

Financial Management Responsibilities

Coordinate with CEO, Country Director and Finance at head quarter to prepare annual country budgets;

Responsible for financial management and fiscal administration, assuring compliance with proper accounting procedures required by law and funding sources in Thailand.

Submit quarterly and annual financial reports to the CEO and Country Director for review and approval.

 

Program Cycle Duties and Fundraising

Assist to develop long-term strategic goals and strategies consistent with the mission and capabilities of AIP Foundation;

Develop annual objectives for AIP Foundation in Thailand and coordinate overall AIP Foundation Thailand Country Office’s planning and fundraising;

Coordinate overall implementation of AIP Foundation program activities in Thailand;

Lead the entire program through PME cycle; guide Program/Project Managers and Officers through PME cycles;

Provide technical guidance for program staff in training and curriculum development activities.

Identify opportunities for increasing program impacts in the community;

Report regularly on a monthly basis to AIP Foundation about progress towards organizational objectives, financial status of organization and other issues of concern to AIP Foundation;

Work with external research partners and coordinate and supervise project monitoring and evaluation;

Guide the Program team in the development of monitoring and evaluation methodologies for school based programs and public awareness campaigns;

Identify opportunities to collaborate with other stakeholders and leverage resources.

 

Public Representation

Confidently and effectively represent AIP Foundation publicly, both in Thailand and internationally;

Coordinate the public representation of AIP Foundation by other staff; review and approve public statements, both verbal and written to ensure appropriateness and accuracy.

 

Other

Other duties as assigned by the CEO and Country Director.

 

 

Qualifications

General

Thailand national

Demonstrated commitment to road safety promotion and public health work

Knowledge of traffic law and road safety interventions;

Excellent organizing, coordinating, and delegating skills; excellent presentation skills in both English and Thai;

Ability to communicate and network proficiently, relating to government officials, donors, private sectors, media and representatives from NGOs and international organizations;

Ability to articulately represent AIP Foundation mission, goals, strategies, and background.

 

Relevant Work Experience, Formal Education, and/or Informal Training

At least 10 year experience with 3 year in similar role, preferably in road safety or development sector

Relevant training qualification, preferably at postgraduate level in the areas of public policy, public health, social science, and education;

Strong experience in supervision and staff management; At least 3 years of experience supervising staff;

 

Decision-Making: Independence and Complexity

Critical and long-range thinking in problem analysis;

Confident to assume major program decision-making and program leadership responsibilities;

 

Language and Computer Skills

Excellent in written and spoken skills in both Thai and English are essential; Strong familiarity with specialized, field-related terminology;

Computer proficiency in word processing, ability to type in both languages.

 

Other

Ability to work both in a team setting as well as independently;

Willingness to travel nationally and internationally.

 

Contact and Deadline

Please submit a two-page cover letter stating how your work experience and qualification meet job requirements, maximum two-page CV/resume, and three references with current email addresses and telephone numbers to jobs@aipf-thailand.org

We will inform you before contacting your references.

All applications will be carefully vetted including working history and background checks.

 

About AIP Foundation

The Asia Injury Prevention Foundation (AIP Foundation) is a U.S. registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization addressing the pervasive and devastating rate of road traffic crash injuries and fatalities in developing countries through a holistic set of programs, with a particular focus on helmet use. Our pillared strategy includes helmet provision (manufacturing, selling, and supplying helmets); public awareness campaigns; school-based and targeted population campaigns; technical assistance, particularly focused on legislative advocacy and helmet standards; and research, monitoring, and evaluation. Currently, AIP Foundation has a 50-person staff with offices in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Phnom Penh, Cambodia; Bangkok, Thailand; and Chengdu, China. In addition, we also guide initiatives in Uganda and Tanzania, among others. AIP Foundation funders and partners include a wide variety of public and private donors, including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, FIA Foundation, Atlantic Philanthropies, Safe Kids Worldwide, UPS, FedEx, Intel, Johnson & Johnson, and local government agencies. For additional information, please visit www.asiainjury.org.

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