Project Coordinator

Christina Noble Children’s Foundation (‘CNCF’) based in the UK is non-religious, non-political and not for profit organization dedicated to serving children. Our programmes in Viet Nam and Mongolia include emergency and long-term medical care, nutritional rehabilitation, education and vocational training support. These services are accomplished within the context of the family and the community whenever possible, and always with love and respect for the dignity of each child as an individual. The Foundation has a long presence in Viet Nam starting in 1991 and has helped hundreds of thousands of the country’s poorest, most vulnerable children and their families in the last 26 years.

Our Foundation welcomes visitors to come and see our work first hand. We have visiting hours on weekdays from either 9am or 3pm. Please email us at [email protected] to schedule your visits or visit to learn more of the activities undertaken by CNCF. Our office is located in 38 Tu Xuong, Ward 7, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.


The Christina Noble Children’s Foundation (CNCF) seeks to recruit the Project Coordinator full time position (Monday – Friday) to be based in Ho Chi Minh city with an immediate start date.

This coordinator is responsible for overseeing, managing, coordinating and providing full technical support of two CNCF programmes/projects:

  • Sunshine School Project: Our Sunshine School is a long established project to provide primary education to street children and children from underprivileged families. Our students range in age from five to sixteen years old and are taught the Vietnamese national curriculum. Children also receive medical care and are able to participate in extracurricular activities including, sports, arts, music, dance and drama.
  • Bicycle Support Programme: Bicycle Support Programme provides bicycle kits - one bike and one safety helmet - to children from extremely poor families. Families cannot afford to buy bikes and helmets for their children so the children have to walk long distances to school, either in the scorching sun or in pouring rain.


A. Sunshine School Project:

  • Project Management
    • In collaboration with partners and in accordance with the project agreement, being responsible for the annual planning, annual budgeting, implementation, and day-to- day monitoring of project activities.
    • In collaboration with partners, responsible for the yearly evaluation of the project impacts and analysis of the results. .
    • Monitoring project expenditures to ensure they're in accordance with the project plan and approved budget.
    • Compiling monthly, semi-annual and annual reports for CNCF and donors, funding proposals, and other project related documents such as children profiles, success stories...
    • Organizing and/or providing support in school activities such as student and/or staff training, English classes, Music/Arts/Sports and library activities, excursions, events, health check-ups...
  • School social work management
    • Supervising the provision of school social work services to students, with the assistance of the school social worker, including supporting students in their academic learning by rendering the services that resolve the environmental, social or emotional problems that obstruct the educational process.
    • Maintaining, developing the student database and profiles, keeping it up-to-date and ready for use at all times.
    • Supervising the school social work team, ensuring that social work services to be provided to the students whenever needed.
  • Administration
    • Being in charge of project related financial matters, including, but not limited to, project fund transfer, payroll process, procurement of school supplies and items such as student uniforms, schoolbags, books and other school materials.
    • Acting as a liason between CNCF and the project partner for project related issues.
    • Any other project related duties and responsibilities assigned by CNCF Management that are within the incumbent’s expertise and experiences.

B. Bicycle Support Programme (BSP):

  • Managing and monitoring the program fund and budget.
  • Organizing the distribution of donated bicycles to children in need, including purchasing the bicycle kits, organising the distribution day with road safety training included and other logistics works.
  • Preparing children profiles and reports for donors for each bicycle donation.
  • Conducting yearly evaluation of the program impacts and analysis of its results.
  • Preparing monthly, semi-annual and annual reports, funding proposals, other project related documents such as children profiles, success stories...
  • Any other program related duties and responsibilities assigned by CNCF Management that are within the incumbent’s expertise and experiences.


  • Vietnamese with a Bachelor degree in relevant or social science discipline, e.g. social work, sociology, international development, community development, psychology, business or equivalent.
  • More than 3 years of work experience.
  • Excellent communication skills in English and Vietnamese and in both writing and speaking.
  • Experiences in development project management, proposal and report writing will be an asset.
  • Advanced computer skills and experience working with database, Microsoft Word, Excel and Access.

Desired traits:

  • Guidance, leadership and interpersonal skills.
  • Patience, flexibility and able to cope with traumatic situations.
  • Previous experience working within a child environment and knowledge of Non-Government Organizations (NGO) and knowledge in social work (case work, child psycho) is preferred.


Salary will be by mutual agreement based upon the successful candidate’s qualifications and experiences. In addition, successful candidate will enjoy an employment long-term contract, a friendly and creative working environment, with training and development opportunities.

All interested candidates should send their CV with a recent photograph and a letter of application by 31 st May 2017 to:

Vice Director
The Christina Noble Children’s Foundation
38 Tu Xuong, District 3,
Ho Chi Minh City
Email: [email protected]

Qualification certificates and references shall be shown upon interview.

Job Applications will not be returned.

Interviews by appointment only.

Job Details
Organisation Name: 
The Christina Noble Children’s Foundation
Ho Chi Minh
Application Deadline: 
Wed, 2017-05-31