Organization : DAI (Thailand) Limited
Type : Other / อื่นๆ
Date : 27 May 2019
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Deadline : 5 / June / 2019
Initiated in August 2018, the Together Activity, funded by the USAID Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA) and implemented by DAI Global, LLC (DAI), is a four-year USD 14 million Activity that supports civil society organizations (CSOs) and the Royal Thai Government (RTG) to deepen constructive dialogue between citizens and government, leading to actions that address citizens’ priorities and grievances and reduce drivers of latent and violent conflict. Together works closely with government to strengthen its capacity to listen to, understand and communicate with citizens— especially women, youth, and minorities—thus increasing its ability to address issues of concern to citizens and strengthen social inclusion and cohesion. At the same time, Together collaborates with CSOs to improve their capacity to advocate for public interests and work with government to develop effective solutions to common problems. Through its partnerships and activities, Together expands the space for dialogue and reconciliation, and facilitates the growth of attitudes, networks and mechanisms that nurture peace, tolerance and just governance.
We are looking for qualified people who are highly motivated and competent to work with our teams in Bangkok and Songkhla. The period of employment for the positions is for three years with possibility of extension.
Program Development Officer - Based in Northern Thailand
Program Development Officer – Based in Songkhla Office
Qualified candidates should submit a CV and cover letter (both in English) to ThailandRecruitment@dai.com by 5 June 2019.
Please specify the position title in the subject line of the transmittal email. Due to the high volume of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. No phone calls or in-person applications will be accepted. Positions are open to Thai Nationals only.
Contact : ThailandRecruitment@dai.com
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