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Project Manager (Pattani Province)

Department:                  Program         

Position:                       Program Manager                      

Contract duration:          1 year renewable          

Location:                      Pattani

Starting date:                As soon as possible       

Date of Issue:               14 November 2018



ACTED (Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development) is a non-governmental organization with headquarters in Paris, founded in 1993. Independent, private and not-for-profit, ACTED respects a strict political and religious impartiality and operates according to principles of non-discrimination and transparency.

 ACTED’s vocation is to support vulnerable populations affected by wars, natural disasters and/or economic and social crises, and to accompany them in building a better future; thus contributing to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The programs implemented by ACTED in 30 countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and the Caribbean seek to cover the multiple aspects of humanitarian and development crises through a multidisciplinary approach which is both global and local, and adapted to each context.

ACTED Thailand is growing and we look forward to having fresh ideas and new talents in the organization. You have set high ambitions for yourself? You want to excel in your area of expertise? You want to be valued for your ability to deliver results in a fast-paced organization? You look for an extra dimension and want to have social impact? You may be the one we are looking for! By joining ACTED, you will be joining more than 4,000 motivated people around the globe who are proud to be working to assist vulnerable populations in building a better future.    



The project will promote inter-communal collaboration, mutual understanding and positive engagement between Pattani-Malay and Thai Buddhists, while improving economic opportunities for vulnerable youth in Pattani Province, Thailand. This will be achieved by addressing key conflict drivers, including the lack of economic opportunities for youth, the lack of trust among local populations in government institutions, particularly educational, and growing patterns of prejudice between Pattani-Malay and Thai Buddhist communities.

Specifically, the project will bring Pattani-Malay and Thai Buddhist youth together to participate in culturally sensitive and relevant vocational training and collaborative small enterprise development training, which will be developed collaboratively by local stakeholders, such as CSOs, Government authorities (OVEC), businesses and vocational training colleges. Social cohesion between youth and potential employers will be further promoted through internship opportunities (i.e. Pattani-Malay youth interning at Thai Buddhist business, and vice versa) to improve the employability and skill development of VT graduates.




  • Line manage all project staff.
  • Take ownership of the PMF document, providing monthly updates to the PDO and CD
  • Take ownership of all project relating budgets, forecasting and BFU’s.
  • Take ownership of all project related logistics, including procurement.
  • Develop overall project work plan as well as monthly work plans for project implementation;
  • Budget forecasts and monitoring project spending.
  • Review the quality and relevance of VT and SED courses to meet the educational needs and income opportunities specialized for youth and young adults (Thai Buddhists and Pattani Malay)
  • Identify VT trainers from local VTCs and recruit local CSOs, and provide ToT and regular refresher courses in collaboration with partners;
  • Manage and provide technical support to a consultant, who will conduct a context and market analysis to survey the labour market and vocational training needed for young Thai Buddhist and Pattani Malay;
  • Lobby Thai authorities to promote the support of VT to provide youth with the skills and knowledge to access economic opportunities
  • Liaise with partner in Pattani on internship placements of VT graduates;
  • Facilitate the development of contacts with all relevant local stakeholders in Pattani


Monitoring & Evaluation, Reporting

  • Conduct regular monitoring visits to project sites to monitor progress of implementation with data disaggregated by age and gender;
  • Collection of case studies, documentation of best practices and challenges, coordination of lesson learn sessions; data disaggregated by age and gender;
  • Compile and submit internal monthly narrative and progress report;


Staff Supervision

  • Participate/lead recruitment of new staff and volunteers;
  • Conduct training /mentoring /coaching for project staff and volunteers;
  • Evaluate team performance through individual staff appraisals.


Coordination and External Relations

  • Represent ACTED at relevant coordination meetings and at the project’s steering group, composed of key local stakeholder and project partners
  • Develop/strengthen relations with the Office of the Vocational Education Commission (OVEC), local CSOs, local Thai VTCs and local business owners to maximize the long-term impact of VT, SED and internship components within the project
  • Liaise and coordinate with Save the Children program staff



  • Adhere to HAP standards as set by ACTED;
  • Any other task as assigned by the line manager



  • Languages: Thai (fluency required), English (high level of written and spoken required), Jawi (preferred)
  • Understanding of local context, specifically social tensions between ethnic and religious groups, in the Deep South of Thailand
  • Selected candidates will be vetted to reflect our commitment to protect children from abuse
  • Previous experience of working for an international NGO
  • Previous experience of managing complex projects
  • Previous experience of working on USAID funded projects

Contact : / 02-634 4423

ผู้จัดการโปรเจค / Project manager


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