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HR Consultant

Organisation : ActionAid Thailand

Position : HR Consultant

Deadline of submission : 19th July 2021

Period of consultancy assignment: 1 August – 31 October 2021 (3 months)



Vacancy Announcement


HR Consultant




ActionAid is an international social justice organisation operating in over 45 countries in Asia, Africa, Europe and Americas, that works for social justice and strengthen the capacity of active agency of people living in poverty and exclusion to assert their rights. for a world free from poverty and injustice. We believe in the power of people to bring change for themselves, for communities and for whole societies.

ActionAid has been working in Thailand since 2001 and registered as ActionAid International (Thailand) Foundation-AAITF in 2011 as local non-profit organization. ActionAid works all over Thailand with communities, civil society organisations, small schools’ networks, government entities, academia and media to support for changing the lives of the poorest and the most disadvantaged women and children.




The Consultant will be covering the gap of HROD Officer to ensure the smooth transition in implementation of human resources policies, procedures, and systems for ActionAid Thailand (AAT). The role ensures adherence to HR good practices of ActionAid Internationals (AAI) and compliance with all local labour laws and other statutory requirements in Thailand. The HROD Consultant will support AAT Senior Management Team (SMT) in advancing organisational development issues including change management, staff security and governance support.


Major Responsibilities

  • lead and coordinate recruitment process of staff/volunteer/interns/consultant and provide induction, orientation and reorientation to all staff to help them understand the HR systems, policies and procedures of the organisation
  • Keep up to date HR information and data to provide regular reports and analysis to the Country Director to facilitate continuous improvement of AAT.
  • Implementation of Country Models Review’s outcome to the organization’s current structure and in alignment with CSP and organizational needs
  • Develop/revise structure in accordance with CMR outcome and change management process.
  • Provide comprehensive HR advisory and technical guidance to Country Director, managers, and staff on all aspects of human resources to ensure that the organisation follows policies, procedures, legal requirements.
  • Oversee the maintenance and update of all HR related databases, i.e. personnel, training suppliers, HR service providers, jobs and vacancies within the organisations, reference library of employment law information, etc. and filing system to serve all HRM purposes
  • Assist Country Director and line managers at disciplinary actions to adhering organization system (such as handling complaints, grievance, or in the event of collective disputes if any)
  • Monitor and provide support to managers and staff in attendance register, performance appraisal, and provide comments to managers and staff on performance appraisal results if needed.
  • Assist CD and SMT to Review and update HROD policy.
  • Prepare HR reports as needed by AAT board and management, AAI and to fulfil governments requirements.
  • Support the Country Director in developing and monitoring annual budget for human resources and any other business as required.
  • Assist in Team building activities and other events as required and requested by CD.

Qualification & Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree in human resources management, Organizational Development or other relevant area
  • Minimum of three years’ experience in human resource management, preferably in the NGO sector
  • Sound Knowledge of developing and implementing administration system policies and procedures for international organization
  • Experience in operationalizing HR system, policies and procedures, preferably in the context of an international organisation
  • Experience in leading/facilitating change management process and procedures is an advantage
  • Basic knowledge of human rights and poverty issues in Thailand
  • Understanding of laws and regulations on labour, Human Rights, health and safety in Thailand
  • Knowledge of human resources management practices in Thailand
  • Analysis and report writing
  • Presentation, communications, and negotiation
  • Networking, influencing and interpersonal skills
  • Planning, organisation, time management, and coordination
  • Fluency in written and spoken English and native language
  • Proficiency in MS Office and HRMS

Remuneration and other benefits:  Competitive. 

Code of Conduct:

The consultant shall abide by ActionAid’s Code of Conduct during the duration of the contract. The consultant shall also abide by ActionAid’s Sexual Harassment, Exploitation and Abuse (SHEA) and other safeguarding related policies including the Overarching SHEA and Safeguarding Policy, the Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Policy, the Child Safeguarding Policy, and the Sexual Harassment Exploitation and Abuse at Work Policy. The consultant shall also abide by other core ActionAid policies such as the Anti-Corruption, Bribery and Fraud policy and the Anti-Terrorist Funding policy. Breaches of any of these policies may lead to termination of the contract. Details of those policies will be provided upon request.


How to apply:


Interested candidates are invited to submit their Resumes with two referees, including a cover letter indicating the dates of availability and salary expectation to email: by Monday, 19th July 2021 at the latest. 

Early application is encouraged as we will review applications throughout the advertising period and reserve the right to close the advert early. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


Contact :

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