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Compliance Officer

Compliance Officer

Organization : มูลนิธิศุภนิมิตแห่งประเทศไทย

Purpose of Position:

             Thailand experiences significant patterns of human trafficking as a destination, source and transit country for women, men, girls and boys subjected to sexual and forced labour exploitation. It is well recognized that trafficking largely occurs disguised within flows of incoming migrant workers and significant trends of trafficking and labour exploitation have been identified throughout Thai’s key industries – fishing/ aquaculture, agriculture, and construction (among others). Further, the growth of these industries in Thailand are said to have also enabled the growth of a market for human trafficking largely due to lack of access to real-time information on labor/migrant law;  lack of local-language  information; limited distribution and creative outreach to most at-risk populations in source/destination; limited access to services and disconnected informal and formal sectors; fear of self-reporting to government; and limited engagement of private sector for integration/reintegration services.

          The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA) is supporting the Royal Thai Government (RTG) to better address the problem of trafficking in the Kingdom. Thailand Counter Trafficking in Persons (Thailand CTIP) is a five-year multi-partner programme being implemented by Winrock International (WI). World Vision Foundation of Thailand (WVFT) is an implementing partner and will be working alongside WI in delivering the project objectives between 2017 and 2020.

           USAID Thailand CTIP has two purposes: first to reduce trafficking in persons in Thailand, and second to better protect rights of trafficked persons. Interventions are targeting trafficking in relation to three key sectors (fishing, agriculture and construction), in pre-determined geographic locations (Bangkok, Surathani, Sa Kaeow, Trat, and Chiang Rai). World Vision’s CTiP team is spread throughout Thailand with field staff based out of three of the above mentioned geographic regions where WVFT is implementing activities; Chiang Rai, Surathani and Sa Kaeow.

         As we enter into the second year of the project WVFT is hiring a Compliance Officer to oversee the field complex USAid reporting requirements. Under the supervision of the Programme Manager, the incumbent will be tasked with ensuring all activities detailed in WVFT’s Annual Workplan are delivered in the field, on time. They will also work with field officers to accurately record what has been achieved, paying attention to WI’s Monitoring and Evaluation plan, to be used by the Programme Manager in mandatory quarterly reports to Winrock International and the Donor (USAid).  

       Primarily based in WVFT’s Bangkok office, the Field Coordinator will be expected to travel frequently in support of the field officers.  They will need to work closely with the Field Officers, including the Senior Project Officer, and WVFT’s Grants Implementation Officer as well as with the Prime, Winrock International – and in particular their M&E Coordinator.

 

 MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES :

         

  1. Actions Annual Detailed Implementation Plan (DIP)
  • Oversees implementation of WVFT’s DIP in the field.
  • Liaise with the Senior Project Officer to organise field officer’s weekly activities ensuring alignment with DIP, and in coordination with WI and other CTIP Partners.
  • Travel regularly (up to 30%) into the field to support staff in delivering activities
  • Regularly coordinates with WI and other CTIP Partners to identify opportunities to harmonize and collaborate on activities.
  • Identifying obstacles and solutions, and recommend revisions to DIP as needed.

 

  1. Monitoring and Evaluation, and Reporting
  • Works with field officers, Senior Project Officer and Programme Manager to record key outputs of activities, according to WI’s MEL Plan.
  • Substantially contributes to writing mandatory reports, taking into account minimum reporting requirements.
  • Develops and puts into action systems and processes to gather and record data for Monitoring and Evaluation (e.g. attendance sheets, pre/ post tests, impact stories) of WVFT’s activities (in alignment with WI’s M&E Plan).
  • Accurately records M&E data in DevResults, an online M&E platform (training will be provide).

 

  

Job Qualification:

 

  1. Bachelor’s Degree essential
  2. Experience in position of management overseeing a minimum of 5 staff
  3. Experience in remote-managing a team
  4. Experience working within a multi-cultural setting
  5. Fluent in Thai and English (written and spoken). Able to translate medium length text between the two languages.
  6. Outstanding organizational skills
  7. Ability to work remotely with little supervision
  8. Strong interpersonal skills. Ability to quickly establish professional relationships and engage a wide range of partners in trainings, including with local leaders and Thai Government officials.
  9. Familiarity with child protection standards (Thailand Child Protection Act 2003, Convention on the Rights of the Child, labour and trafficking laws etc.)
  10. Flexibility and willingness to travel within Thailand as needed.
  11. Data management - Keeps meticulous records.
  12. Ability to think critically and take initiative

  

 

หากท่านมีความสนใจสมัครงานกรุณาส่งประวัติของท่านมาที่:

มูลนิธิศุภนิมิตแห่งประเทศไทย

809  . ศุภนิมิต  . ประชาอุทิศ 

แขวง สามเสนนอก  เขต ห้วยขวาง  กรุงเทพฯ  10310

พร้อมกับแนบ สำเนาบัตรประชาชน สำเนาทะเบียนบ้าน สำเนาวุฒิการศึกษา และเอกสารอื่นๆ ที่เกี่ยวข้อง  หรือส่งมาทาง E-Mail : tha_recruitment@wvi.org

สอบถามข้อมูลเพิ่มเติมได้ที่: 02-0229200 ต่อ 414

หรือที่ : http://www.worldvision.or.th/workwithus.html

Contact : thitinun_klebchan@wvi.org


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