Sponsorship Service Division Officer

Good Neighbors is an international, non-profit humanitarian organization that plans, implements and raises funds for the provision of services in child education, community development, health, sanitation, and disaster relief projects. Currently Good Neighbors has been operating in 37 countries, supporting approximately 17 million people, including more than 10 million children.

Good Neighbors International in Vietnam (GNI) is implementing Community Development Projects (CDP) based on child sponsorship in 3 provinces; Tuyen Quang, Hoa Binh, and Thanh Hoa. GNI is working in main areas as child sponsorship and education, water and sanitation, income generation, etc. in 9 CDPs and is managing about 10,000 sponsored children.    

Job title: Sponsorship Service Division Officer (SSD Officer) 
Effective date: June 2017
Department: Sponsorship Service Division (SSD)
Location: Vinh Loc, Thanh Hoa province
Reports to: Project Manager , Data and Services Team Leader, SSD Manager
Type of contract: Full time

1. KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

Internal: Country Director, Managing Director, Operation Division Manager/Officers, SSD Manager/Officers, AD-FD Manager/Officers, PMs, Project Officers

External: GNI’s Donors, Partners, Governmental Officials, INGOs, Communities

2. MAIN DUTIES

  • Making Annual Plan of Action (POA)
  • Implementing the activities in Child Management fields: Home-visiting, Annual child letter (ACL), Annual progress report, (APR) new child,  gift money & letter, annual gift
  • In charge of Child Sponsorship fields: APR, ACL, Special case
  • Managing Child Management system
  • In charge of the efficiency of the activities during implementation: Preparing, Making proposal, plan, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, reporting
  • Contact/Deal with related local partners to facilitate the implementation of activities
  • Guide and ensure that partners, participants properly follow GNI regulations during the activities
  • Regularly reporting on activities/events or when required to the person in charge of activities and project manager
  • Managing and promoting the process of disbursement as planned
  • Cooperating with other divisions (AD, FD...) in the office to implement the activities effectively
  • Actively consulting Head Office for efficiency and adjustment of the activities/programs (if any)
  • Implementing sponsorship and monitoring activities, making reports of the assigned project areas
  • Making POA in local project areas
  • Performing other tasks when required by managers

3. QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

Education

  • Graduated from college or higher related majoring in Social work, education, and relevant fileds

Work experience

  • At least 01 year of working experience, applicant working in related fields.
  • Be experienced in conducting activities of Child Management field
  • Experience and skills of project management, including planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and partnership;
  • Experience in working independently and with the team;
  • Experience in community development or with NGO

Skills

  • Ability to work independently and work with the team;
  • Ability to work under pressure;
  • Good organizing skills and interpersonal skills;
  • Good skill in computer use: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Email
  • Basic written and spoken English skill.

Attitude

  • Sociable, responsive, committed working with GNI at least 01 year.
  • Teamwork
  • Accountable

Nationality: Vietnamese

4. HOW TO APPLY

Interested candidates are invited to send their application (including GNI’s Application form, a letter of motivation and a CV with a portrait photo attached) to Human Resource Division via the email address recruitment@gni.org.vn or to the Head Office address: Good Neighbors International in Vietnam, 17th Floor, Block A, Song Da Building, My Dinh I, Nam Tu Liem, Hanoi no later than 26th May 2017. We are very sorry that only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews. 

Job Details
Organisation Name: 
GNI
Location: 
Thanh Hoa
Application Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-05-26