Job Vacancy We are looking for candidate to fill up the position of Human Resources Manager.This could be a perfect job for an experienced candidate with strong leadership qualification with an ambition to develop and grow within an exciting new company.What are we looking for? To successfully fill this role, you should maintain the attitude, behaviours, skills and value that follows:Bachelor Degree in Human Resources Management, Hospitality Management or a similar field.At least 3 years experiences in HR management from both industry and organization.Understanding of labor legislation with an emphasis on part-time and overtime regulations.Strong operations professional, Leadership, people oriented, sense of ethics and Teamwork.Ability to motivate and drive people to perform task effectively.Proficient in using computer skills i.e. Excel, Word, Power Point Etc.Good English communication skills both written and verbal.What you will be doing? The Human Resources Manager is working directly with Country General Manager to promote a motivated and harmonious working environment that builds a qualified of the team such as:Working closely with Country General Manager on managing administrative budget such annual operating budget, staff benefits & compensation.Responsible for recruiting, screening, interviewing and placing workers.Handling the system to ensure that the company operation complies with existing local laws and ordinance codes.Supervise head of departments on creating appraisal within department to ensure quality of service at all the time.Monitor the staff skills within the departments and plan training programs to rectify any performance.Oversee to ensure staff complies with relevant office policies and regulations.Handling employment relations and resolve issues between management and employees.Perform others general HR duties and tasks as assigned by country general manager.What we are offer? An attractive salary and benefits to the right candidate to join our expanding, exciting company. Interested applicants for this position please submit your current CV with contact detail of 2 references in word format and a current photo via email or send a hard copy to us via the below address.CONTACT ADDRESS: Ban Thongkhankham, Khunboulom Road, Chanthabouli District Vientiane, Lao PDR. Email: email@example.com Tel: + (856) 21 255 283 Mobile + (856) 20 58222123
(Re-advertise) Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Alliance (SUN CSA) Coordinator
Plan International is growing! We are looking for enthusiastic, dedicated development professionals interested in long term careers with a major international children’s NGO.Plan, one of the world’s largest children’s INGOs, works with children and poor communities in 50 countries. In Laos, Plan works in Bokeo, Oudomxay and Saravan Provinces, in basic education, early childhood development, health and nutrition, water, sanitation and hygiene, and promotion of children’s rights. Plan has no religious or political aims or affiliations. Visit www.plan-international.org for more information.Plan is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage applications from women, members of ethnic groups and people with disabilities. Plan offers competitive salaries and long-term employment opportunities for all posts.(Re-advertise) Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Alliance (SUN CSA) Coordinator, based Vientiane Reporting to: SUN CSA Project Steering Committee (technical and strategic) and Plan International EU NSA Project Manager in Lao PDR (administrative, contractual and operational management)Role of the SUN CSA CoordinatorThe Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) global movement  is led by countries, and based on the principle that all people have the right to good food and nutrition. It recognizes that partnerships, and a collective effort, is required to sustainably improve nutrition and food security, and unites governments, donors, civil society, and the private sector in action. The SUN movement has a core focus on empowering women. Lao PDR joined the SUN mov0065ment as an “early riser” in 2011.Accessing funds from the SUN multi-partner trust fund the SUN Civil Society Alliance (CSA) was established in Lao PDR in late 2013, and with a staffed secretariat in early 2014. The secretariat consists of a Manager and Communications Coordinator, and is co-located with the INGO Network and hosted by Plan International. In 2015-16 additional small funds are being provided by several INGOs, as well as the SUN Multi Partner Trust Fund.The SUN CSA in Lao PDR is led by a management committee, currently chaired by the Country Director of PSI. The committee meets monthly and provides strategic and operational direction.The SUN CSA Coordinator leads the SUN CSA Secretariat staff, who are responsible for the development and implementation of the SUN CSA strategy and annual work plan.The SUN CSA Coordinator is responsible for representing the SUN CSA at various meetings and other events, implementing SUN CSA activities as defined in the annual work plan, including knowledge management. The SUN CSA will act as a facilitator and coordinator that brings members and other stakeholders together. The individual holding this role will need to be flexible and adjust to developments in the work context; new roles and responsibilities not listed below may therefore arise. The SUN CSA has focused on gender and inclusion of ethnic groups in nutrition programming, and developing local civil society engagement in the nutrition sector.Duties and responsibilitiesRepresentation and coordination with key government counterparts and partners, in particular the SUN Focal Point and National Nutrition Centre in the Ministry of Health, with also with other line ministries.Representation and coordination with Development Partners working in the nutrition and food security sector.Manage communications, learning, knowledge management and information sharing within the SUN CSA, and with development partners. Establish and maintain systems and processes to support the same.Coordinate NPAs and INGOs to increase coordination with government and development partners.Coordinate with other NGO and inter-agency working groups (eg WASH, Education, Land Issues, Gender, Health & Nutrition, Agriculture).Implement activities relevant to communications, learning and M&E as in the SUN CSA project.Manage the SUN CSA in Lao PDR website, and ensure sound knowledge managementFacilitate NPA and INGO coordination and engagement with government and development partners as related to the SUN CSA within the context of the SUN Movement.With support from SUN CSA steering committee, manage government relationships, including with the National Nutrition Committee, to ensure a positive relationship is established between the SUN CSA and government.Engage with the global SUN Movement, regional initiatives and learn from similar initiatives in other countries in the region.Ensure Lao and English language are used in communications materials.Qualifications, experienceDemonstrated understanding and commitment to civil society engagementDemonstrated experience supporting workshops and training.Commitment to gender mainstreaming and inclusion in programs.A personal commitment to improving nutrition and food security in Laos.A demonstrated understanding of the issues of inclusion and ethnicity, and their impacts on nutrition and food security.Excellent verbal and written Lao and English language skills. FOR ALL PLAN POSITIONS:Strong commitment to the equal rights and participation of girls and women is essentialStrong commitment to the Rights of the Child is essentialPlan does not tolerate child abuse. All Plan staff are selected and employed in line with the conditions of Plan’s Child Protection Policy. These include appropriate reference and background checks.Applications will not be acknowledged. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. No correspondence or telephone calls will be entered into.Short listed candidates will be required to attend panel interviews and other selection procedures.CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 25th October 2019TO APPLY FOR THIS POST: Send your resume/CV, and cover letter. In the cover letter please state on a separate page your preferred start date, names and contact details of three referees and your salary expectations for each position, to Plan International Laos, PO Box 6026, Vientiane, Lao PDR, or to PlanLaos.JobVacancies@plan-international.org,Please state in cover letter how you learned about the job – through emails, INGO Directory, 108 Jobs, or friends.
JOB VACANCY Rule of Law Program OfficerAs a federal enterprise, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH supports the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. On behalf of the German Government, GIZ currently is implementing a large number of projects in Lao PDR in two priority areas: rural development and sustainable economic development. For further information, please visit www.giz.de/laos. The Citizen Engagement for Good Governance, Accountability and Rule of Law (CEGGA) as part of the LaoGerman Development Cooperation and commissioned by European Union, German Development Cooperation and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation is currently seeking one qualified Laotian candidate for the position of Rule of Law Program Officer.Starting Date: As soon as possible Duration of Assignment: One-year contract with possible extension until 31.12.2020 Work Location: Vientiane CapitalResponsibilities: The position holder is responsible for:managing an area of responsibility that forms part of the programme objectives, team agreements and/or agreements with the superiorassisting project/programme initiatives to provide professional advisory services to and cooperate with a broad range of target groupsinnovation and knowledge managementMain-tasks: 1. Advising the partner institution(s) The officerassists and monitors the development and implementation of project/programme plans and activities regarding Rule of Law and Human Rights in close consultation with counterpartscontributes to preparing and implementing the coordination process, joint project/programme activities and work at the regional leveldeals with the design, preparation and implementation of workshops, seminars and other events on issues connected with the project/programme’s area of activitydevelops and organises quality assurance measures and suggests necessary changes, improvements and initiatives2. Networking and cooperation The officer supports cooperation, regular contact and dialogue with partners, assists with PR work and cooperates with local communities, relevant organisations, non-governmental agencies and individuals in the project/programme environment and with other projects to improve and maintain good working relationshipscommunicates local interests and efforts, forwards these and encourages sharing ideas and information for the benefit of the project/programme3. Knowledge management The officer ensures knowledge transfer to project/programme informationdevelops ready-to-use strategies and technical concepts, including guidelines, manuals and proceduresdraws up reports and presentation documentsprepares appropriate input for various project/programme reports including annual reports, and contributes to the other reports required by the programme manager and GIZ Head Officeassists with research activities and studies on political issues which benefit joint programmes.4. Coordination tasks The officerassists with general project planning and develops project concepts including preparation, organisation and moderation of planning exercises and their implementation, management, monitoring, quality management, evaluation, communication and documentationcoordinates relevant project activities at local level in consultation with the manager and in cooperation with the partners, both as regards implementation and preparing organisational aspectsRequired qualifications, competences and experiences: masters/MSc in an area that is related to the project/programme objectives, with a focus on a relevant fieldat least 5 years’ professional experience in a comparable positionvery good working knowledge of ITC technologies (related software, phone, fax, email, the internet) and computer applications (e.g. MS Office)fluent written and oral knowledge of Lao and a strong proficiency in English, both orally and in writingwillingness to upskill as required by the tasks to be performed – corresponding measures are agreed with managementprevious training and/or experience form gender mainstreaming is an advantageGIZ is an equal opportunity employer. Gender equality is one of the key values of GIZ and of the work we do. Applications from women and persons with disabilities are most welcome.Interested candidates are asked to send/submit their application with a comprehensive CV including at least 3 reliable references and cover letter explaining their motivation as well as how their experience meets the requirements latest by 16:30 Hr on 31st of October 2019 to the HR Division of GIZ Office Vientiane, P.O. Box 9233, Vientiane Capital, or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org All applications will be treated confidentially, and only short-listed candidates will be notified.