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Posted on: 2007-12-12 10:16
ActionAid is an international anti-poverty agency whose aim to fight poverty worldwide. Formed in 1972 in UK and currently the secretariat office moved to Johannesburg, South Africa in 2004, we have worked for over 35 years and have been growing and expanding to where we are today-helping over 13 million of the world’s poorest and most disadvantaged people in 42 countries worldwide through cooperate with 2000 local NGOs and partners. During its five years (2005-2010) global strategy period, ActionAid mainly engage in anti-poverty and we use right-based approach to improve community capacity building and policy analysis to bring the attention of general public and to influence local and national decision makers to make effective solutions to poverty, especially to women’s rights, education, health care, HIV and AIDS, food rights, human security and governance.
The China office of ActionAid international first began working in 1998 and became a fully operational program in 2001. In our work in China, we draw on ActionAid’s extensive experience in its 35 years of work around the world. Because we recognise that poverty in China has its unique characteristics and China has outstanding success in poverty reduction, our approaches and methodologies are developed based on the drawing lessons and experiences from both arena to suit local context to ensure that our work most effectively addresses the needs of China’s poor and excluded communities. We also provide capacity building activities and skills training for the people of community to enhance their ability to fight poverty together.
Currently, ActionAid China office is recruiting staff as following:
Head of Resource Mobilization and Communication
Policy Advocacy Coordinator
Impact Assessment and Shared Learning Coordinator
Food Rights Coordinator
Woman Health Project manager
Please read the details of job description and qualifications required.
The closing date of application is on 25th Dec. 2007.
In comply with the basic rules of personal management in ActionAid, we select the applicants who agree with the concepts and values of ActionAid, namely honesty, integrity, interested in improving lives of the poor and marginalised groups. Once the applicant is employed as formal staff of ActionAid, they are not allowed to engage in part-time job. Meanwhile, ActionAid does not hire applicants who have relatives’ relationship with the current employees.
We encourage female applicants who are willing to contribute their experience and knowledge of rural development to apply for these positions.
Only the short list candidates will be informed to attend the written test, interview and be involved in some activities. (Applicants who are not invited for an interview within one month after the closing date may consider their applications unsuccessful). All information provided will only be used for recruitment-related purpose.
Please send your application letter and CV in both Chinese and English with relevant certificates, scanned qualifications, expected salary and the date of availability to firstname.lastname@example.org
Job title: Head of Resource Mobilization and Communication
Duty station: Beijing
Reports to: Operation Director
Liaise with international and local partners, other national program, communities in order to develop sustainable fundraising resources while promoting proper organization image
Manage donor funded projects and maintain the CMI system to ensure the program quality and meeting requirement such as reporting and lessons documentation and sharing, supervise NK system management.
Develop possible donor partners relationship with various sectors and establish a sustainable resource base for the organizational work
Develop fundraising plan (sponsorship and donor funding),design and conduct fundraising events and activities when possible
Support field staff and thematic staff in developing and writing project proposals and linking with potential supporters and donors to raise funds
Develop possible linkage with commercial sectors and strengthen the social responsibilities
Influence donors agencies on how and where aid resources are spent
Produce organizational required information and communication materials required for fundraising and organizational image building
Contribute to reporting of all work to relevant peer groups-AAIC and public
Coordinate the development and dissemination of communication material for development education
Establish communication system with other NGOs, Corporate institutions, donors, Press Media and general public to build profile of the organization
Development and review organization’s internal and external communications policies and strategies
Ensure the sustainability of sponsorship income through quality supporter service.
A minimum of 3 to 5 years’ experience in the development sector is essential, including knowledge of major official donors, their preference and priorities, with proven ability in developing and maintaining effective working partnerships with them
Relevant experience of mass communication, documentation and public relations in senior level position in cross cultural/ international organisation
Excellent interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills
Experience in capacity building/facilitation
High quality report writing and PR techniques
Excellent communication skills (editing, summarizing)
Fluent written and oral English and Chinese
Innovative, creative, analytical
Ability to work independently and be self-motivated
Ability to manage other people and experience of working in a small team
Willingness to travel within the region and internationally
Job title: Policy Advocacy Coordinator
Duty Station: Beijing
Reports to: Country Director
To be lead person in conducting policy research and analysis on thematic areas based on the key issues identified by AAIC in its strategy paper
To build and strengthen alliances and network to address AAC’s priority issues on policy advocacy and campaign
To coordinate thematic research output to develop into education materials and campaign strategy or plan
To contribute to fundraising initiatives and help to broaden understanding of and leveraging of resources
Review and evaluate programs to find out thematic issues for research and influencing
Facilitate and coordinate macro level review of government and other institutions’ policies and strategies that have relation to poverty and relevant to AAIC’s work
Advocate ideas and approaches within and outside the organization
Masters in social science, preferably Development studies, Anthropology, Social Science, Economics or international relations.
At least 3-5 years hands on experience in development field on research and advocacy in the NGO sector.
A clear understanding of Advocacy and “macro-micro” linkages in development in China and Globally
Proficiency in Chinese and English
Relevant issues of poverty and policy in the context of China
Ability to mobilise people, facilitate meetings/workshops and use participatory approaches
Ability to do policy research and write comprehensive analytical reports
Job title: Impact Assessment and Shared Learning Coordinator
Duty station: Beijing
Reports to: Country Director
To facilitate any external and internal evaluation to ensure the lessons drawn for improving program quality
To review evaluation indicators developed by the current thematic coordinators to ensure to develop the measurement to asses the country strategy goals achievements during the CSPII period
To develop the PME system at the field level as well as M & E at the country program level based on the CSP
To develop an effective and efficient MIS system to ensure the data are properly collected and stored both at DA and country office level.
To support Country director/Supervisor and AAI China staff to implement AAI approaches
To develop the ALPS implementation plan and discuss with the Senior Management Committee members to finalize the realistic implementation plan each year, including participatory review and reflection process (PRRP).
To support the regional staff to organize training for field staff on AAI’s approaches, especially RBA and Area Immersion
To provide mentoring role for program staff and conduct performance evaluation to identify gaps/issues
To provide support and advice on producing training materials on different themes (Such as HIV/AIDS, Public health, Literacy and Community mobilization and farmers groups formation, Community organizing related materials) to match the DA operation requirement applying REFLECT approach for both DA staff as well as for community facilitators
Masters in social sciences, preferably Development studies, Anthropology, Social Science, Economics or international relations.
At least 3 to 5 years hands on experience on monitoring and evaluation and field processes by using PRRP techniques.
Ability to mobilise people, facilitate meetings/workshops and use participatory approaches.
Excellent interpersonal skills, gender-sensitivity and ability to work in a team and independently.
Job title: Food Rights Coordinator
Duty station: Beijing
Reports to: Country Director
Develop a clear conceptual understanding of organisational focus-both of China and global AA-on matters of food security
Facilitate mainstreaming of rights based driven food security work with AAIC and among partners
Support in the field operation, including farmers groups formation and managing their food production, agriculture extension and marketing etc.
Strengthen capacity of partners for their effective engagement on natural resources related management
Establish and sustain effective network linkages with partners, alliances and key players
Support and engage in Hunger Free campaign/advocacy work
Coordinate, facilitate and support to carry out research and policy influencing work
Support in Annual Plans and Budget preparations
Masters degree in natural resources management or agriculture development or any other relevant field
A minimum of five years field experience related to the position’s responsibility.
Excellent interpersonal skills, facilitation, communication, negotiation and networking
Possess a broad development vision
Excellent English and Chinese language skills
Team working attitude
Excellent computer skills
Job title: Women Health Project manager (initially for one year with high possibility of extension)
Duty Station: Nanning, Guangxi
Reports to: Southwest Regional Manager
Take responsibility for the effective and efficient implementation of Health program by coordinate and managing the overall operations of the Health project covering 4 counties in Southwest China
Facilitate the planning development for this project’s implementation, monitoring and evaluation
Develop and coordinate capacity building training for community coordinators and local field staff
Network and build capacity in collaboration with external expertise and resource groups to promote the participatory community learning process through Reflect and STARR participatory approach addressing HIV/AIDS)
Ensure the project implementation are properly documented and lesson drawn and shared
Commitment to the values and mission of ActionAid China
At least 5 years’ experience in program and project management with health, especially women reproductive health
Strong appreciation of the importance of agriculture and rural livelihoods
Experience in community work, capacity-building or organizing
Proven experience in participatory programme management and administration
Understanding of the Southern Chinese context and culture
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to communicate openly with team members
Ability to prepare reports in English and Chinese
Job title: Development Area Coordinator (urgent)
Location: Guangxi province, Shaan’xi province
Reports to: Southwest or Northwest Regional manager
To ensure the improvement of community’s self-development capacity through various approaches, ensure the fund rightly being used and promote maximum effect
To ensure work is true of goal and requirements of national strategy. During the management process, keeping in touch closely government, construct favorable
Cooperation relationship with various department and local organization. Coach and cooperate the work of assistant in village level in terms of the requirement, include village work, thematic work and child sponsorship program Meanwhile, finish requirement of AAIC, include compose various report, and actively develop effective experience communication about practice within AAIC extension, accelerate studying each other develop area
To be responsible for the design and implement the work plan of development area, include three years plan and annual plan, development plan in village level
Identify with AAIC’s vision, mission and value，strictly abide the AAIC policy, establish sound public image and creditability for development area
At least master degree in social science or relevant subject with a minimum of two years’ experience in project management and project appraisal system
Excellent Mandarin and workable English language skills, report writing and documentation skills
Willing to work with marginalized people in remote poor communities, strong community mobilization skills with eagerness to address the root causes of poverty through grassroots community actions
Strong skills in development of projects, planning, management and implementation using participatory methodologies
Capacity building and Rights-Based skills, good understanding of social, cultural and development issues in the project area, be able to spend sufficient time in the field working with the poor
Must be a person of high integrity, a team player with excellent leadership, communication and interpersonal skills
Able to work under multi-cultural environment
GCAP China is currently looking for a dedicated, highly motivated person to be GCAP Coordinator:
Job title: GCAP Coordinator
Duty Station: Beijing Office
Reports to: GCAP Committee
The Global Call to Action against Poverty (GCAP) is a worldwide alliance of hundreds of organizations calling on world leaders to fulfill their promises to end poverty. Taken together, the GCAP alliance represents a constituency of over 60 million citizens in every region of the world, making it the largest ever mobilization of civil society organizations (CSOs) against poverty.
Since September 2004 when GCAP was formally declared in Johannesburg, national alliances have been formed, and campaign strategies and plans of actions have been developed to support the global movement both nationally and regionally at different parts of the world.
In China, the China GCAP Alliance was initiated in April 2005. Its Steering Committee comprises the fourteen organizations from local and international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) work in China. It is aimed that the GCAP can be a platform for NGOs to come together to share and learn. For the year 2006-2007, China GCAP is working together on Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Forum and related researches.
To support the secretariat of China GCAP Alliance in organizing and documenting meetings, and communicating with member organizations for related activities;
To support in executing China GCAP events and activities;
Actively promote the profile of the China GCAP Alliance and raise the awareness of CSOs, general public, government, media and business sectors on GCAP, especially on issues relating to the Millennium Development Goals and trade justice in the context of China;
To support the GCAP China Alliance taking advantage of all opportunities to expand and consolidate the CSO network working on related issues in China;
To make the necessary arrangement for China GCAP representatives to attend national and international meetings and events;
To communicate regularly and update the GCAP International Facilitation Group (IFG), Asia Facilitation Group (AFG), and other relevant subgroups on China GCAP Alliance positions and activities;
To support in drafting, editing and coordinating inputs in the writing, printing and distribution of advocacy documents and reports on China GCAP events and activities;
To record and monitoring related expenses of the China GCAP Alliance;
To support in recruiting and managing volunteer and intern as needed, including providing and/or coordinating training and guidance to them.
Have an advanced degree in social sciences, international relations, political science or relevant discipline, master degree is plus,
Have minimum three years of working experiences in the similar work or project management in the development field;
Have excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Chinese;
Have strong coordination and planning skills;
Be able to work collaboratively with a diverse alliance, as well as independently;
Require minimum supervision, but also be able to work under the supervision of the secretariat rather than a single person;
Be able to handle heavy work load, prioritize projects and meet deadlines in a fast-paced and changing environment;
Have contacts in the relevant governmental and CSO communities, or have networking skills to forge those connections;
Flexible, positive, diplomatic manner and ability to handle politically-sensitive situations;
Have experience with MS Office, Excel and Access;
Preferably have proven fundraising abilities; Chinese citizen.