Deputy Chief of Party, CTIP, Laos

Deputy Chief of Party, CTIP, Laos

Winrock International

Lao People's Democratic Republic (Laos)

The Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) for the USAID Laos CTIP project provides financial and operational oversight to assist the Chief of Party in implementing a high-quality, results-oriented program to reduce the incidence of trafficking in persons (TIP) and protect the rights of TIP survivors in Laos.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist COP to manage and achieve the overarching vision of the CTIP project, which includes contributing to annual planning; ensuring timely implementation of high-quality activities; and developing deliverables to ensure achievement of goals and objectives;
  • Review and prepare deliverables to be submitted to USAID, ensuring strong, coherent, and technically sound writing;
  • Oversee day-to-day operations of the project in coordination with the COP, including oversight of finances, procurement, and human resources;
  • Support COP along with Winrock’s Home Office and field team to prepare and submit timely and accurate activity, financial, and procurement reports;
  • Communicate and coordinate with program staff on technical and administrative issues, project implementation, work plans, and budgets;
  • Support the COP to represent the project and Winrock to USAID, local and national government entities, the media, local NGOs, the local business community, and other stakeholders as needed;
  • Develop a project communications strategy and oversee development of IEC materials, press releases, and success stories;
  • Ensure appropriate implementation of project activities and strict adherence to USAID rules and regulations;
  • Contribute to technical direction and activity implementation in areas agreed upon with the COP;
  • Contribute to strategies for working with national and local government, private sector partners, civil society actors, trainers, TIP victims, and other stakeholder groups;
  • Assist COP to expand network of labor migration and TIP stakeholders and identify strategy to promote USAID Laos CTIP as a leader in the TIP sector;
  • Serve as acting COP when the COP is away from post;
  • Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS AND BACKGROUND:

  • Minimum of 8 years of professional experience, including 4 years of international experience in Southeast Asia;
  • Understanding of TIP situation in Mekong countries, including Lao PDR;
  • Strong staff management and coordination skills;
  • Excellent research and English report writing skills;
  • Progressive project management and leadership experience in program development and planning to implementation, monitoring and evaluation in the areas of human rights protection, counter trafficking, labor migration, community support and/or victim support service programs;
  • Experience in applying analytical and adaptive management approaches to programming;
  • Knowledge of USAID regulations, policies, and procedures or other international donor agencies, including experience managing USAID-funded projects;
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, and time management skills;
  • Master’s degree or higher in international development, management, social science, human rights, law, public policy or other related field of study;
  • Fluent written and oral communication skills in English required;
  • Computer literacy in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

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