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  • PROJECT DIRECTOR OF CHILD PROTECTION COMPACT PROJECT

    2020-05-19 09:00 - 2020-05-26 17:30
    Ulaanbatar, Mongolia

    Purpose of position:

    The Project Director will have the overall responsibility for the effective and timely implementation of the Child Protection Compact Project, ensuring the quality of all project outputs and activities described under the scope of services, and coordinating and consolidating inputs of consortia and implementing partners, government agencies, NGOs, Civil Social Organizations and other specialists.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Assume the overall responsibility for the timely implementation of the project activities
    • Assume overall responsibility for the preparation and writing of all reports, documents, and deliverable
    • Conduct consultations with experts, stakeholders, and policy makers on the draft reports; and incorporate their feedback into the revised drafts
    • Ensure all project activities and outputs consider gender and child protection aspects
    • Work with the TIP Office to identify an experienced Human Trafficking Task Force and Children’s Advocacy Center
    • Improve inter-agency coordination and collaboration of child trafficking investigation, prosecution, protection, and prevention
    • Work with Mongolia’s Multidisciplinary Task Force to identify and respond to technical assistance and training needs


    Essential Qualifications, Skills & Competencies:

    • Bachelor’s degree in :public administration, international development, child protection, human trafficking, or a related field
    • 5 years of experience preferred in project management of United States Government grant, cooperative agreement, and/or contract requirements including activities coordination and implementation
    • Strong understanding of anti-trafficking programming and local context and United States Government assistance programs, their history, and their development
    • Experience building relationships and working with local authorities, national ministries, host country professionals, and donor colleagues in country
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English. (Local language is preferred) 
    • Willingness to work at remote field project sites with additional travel in country as required
    • Competitive salary and benefits are included


    Qualified applicants are requested to submit the following documents:


    Send following documents to recruitment_mongolia@wvi.org

    1. Cover letter
    2. CV
    3. National identification card
    4. Application form

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