Perform other relevant tasks requested by the National Project Manager and the Director of the ILO Office in Hanoi.
First level university degree in social/development studies, law and other relevant disciplines or relevant work experience in the education, labour and employment field.
At least three years‘ professional experience in relevant field at the national level, preferably with a focus on child labour issues and/or other relevant areas such as Child Protection, Education, Vocational Skills Development and Labour Inspection. Professional experience in capacity building of the stakeholders including the national government, local government, workers, employers, local communities and/or civil society partners in those technical areas would be considered as a strong advantage.
Excellent command of English and Vietnamese
High standard of integrity, professionalism, personal discipline;
Demonstrated ability to implement technical co-operation projects of international organizations;
Demonstrated ability to provide training for capacity building of partners working on child labour related issues;
Familiarity with UN procedures would be an advantage;
Ability to influence decision makers and negotiate with governments and social partners;
Ability to manage in a coherent manner and monitor several activities, budgets and work plans at the same time;
Ability to lead technical missions and to provide technical advice small business management training;
Ability to design research framework and analyse available information to frame innovative capacity building efforts;
Ability to work independently with a minimum of supervision;
Ability to prepare reports and publications of a high quality, technically sound with conclusions leading to an action plan and programme development;
Strong organizational abilities and ability to work to tight deadlines.
Ability to work on own initiative as well as a member of a team.
Ability to deal with people with tact and diplomacy and to build strong working relationships.
Ability to work in a multicultural environment and to demonstrate gender-sensitive and non-discriminatory behaviour and attitudes.
Proficient in basic computer software (Word, Powerpoint, Excel) and advanced presentation Techniques.
Excellence in facilitation skills with diverse stakeholders
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