TBCAF, Tak Border Child Assistance Foundation, has been working since 2005 with children in remote areas along Thai Myanmar border. It aims to 1) advocate and protect children and youth’s rights, value, and dignity. 2) create and provide educational opportunities for less fortunate children, orphans, and migrants. 3) promote and support appropriate vocational and skills training based on local situations and 4) encourage children to express themselves based on the Child Protection Bill of B.E. 2546 (1999). The field of interest has been focused in 3 main issues; Education (basic education, vocational training such as hospitality and catering training), Environment (Alternative energy and environmental conservation) and Culture (Karen Eco Museum). TBCAF has been working with basic education as the main strategy. The past experiences have undoubtedly showed our foundation expertise in basic education approach.
Terms of Reference for Project Coordinator
The purpose of the position will be responsible for project planning, budgeting, administration, personnel, networking and M&E for Socio-community Empowerment through Education for Development and Sustainability (SEEDS), Tak Province, Thai-Myanmar Border. TBCAF have Memorandum on cooperation with Bodhivijjalya Collage, Srinakharinwirot University to drive the 3 years of SEEDS project which funding by Pestalozzi Children Foundation.
About SEEDS Project
Socio-community Empowerment through Education for Development and Sustainability (SEEDS), Tak Province, Thai-Myanmar Border will work with 9 schools, 9 communities in 3 districts (Ta Song Yang, Mae Ra Mad and Umphang) that will be serving 557 Children and youths, 32 teachers, 160 local wisdom experts, 228 community members and parents, 10 officials local authorities and 10 officials Tak education provincial authorities and Tak-ESA 2 officers. Total number is 997. See details in annex 7. See also field site map with names and types of school indication to increases access to quality and relevant Education for the Children and Youth in the target area.
Director regarding this project
Start: as soon as possible
Location: Maesod, Tak, Thailand
How to Apply
Interested applicants who meet the above requirements should submit their application in pdf per e-mail, including a motivation letter to working with SEEDS project in English (max.1 page), a recent CV (max. 2 pages), two recent references, work certificates, copy of diplomas and the fee expectations, no later than 10 January 2018 to:
Suwichan Phatthanaphraiwan, Project Director, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org , Tel.0898517216. Please state in the subject line “Application for Project Coordinator”.
Please note that only shortlisted applicants meeting the above requirements will be contacted. Applications received after the deadline and through means other than the address given above will not be considered. All applications will be treated confidentially.
Contact : email@example.com /0898517216