Project Officer of Inclusive Growth Program

1.     Responsibilities

Overall, Project Officer will be responsible for providing support for the implementation, monitoring & evaluation, and reporting of project activities. He/she will be in charge of Inclusive Growth projects.

2.     Specific Duties and Responsibilities

Project Management

–        Work with project partners in the development of workplans that are consistent with the project’s objectives.

–         Submit quarterly workplans and activity schedules.

–        Monitor project tasks on a monthly basis to ensure that activities are run to schedule and on budget.

–        Identify and help address issues and problems that may jeopardize outputs, including risk management analysis.

Project Implementation

–        Organise and assist in the implementation of technical training workshops for district, commune, and village level partners.

–        Work with consultant, district, commune and village partners to plan and develop project activities.

–        Delivery training and build capacity for local partners on selected topics

–        Develop and deliver training, coaching on agricultural standards for cooperatives and farms

–        Purchase, and if necessary develop, appropriate educational materials.

–        Ensure that training and training materials are appropriate to the CDI’s identity and cultural diversity within the communities.

–        Facilitate active involvement of partners in all stages of the project.

Project M&E

–        Support the Theme Manager in the development of M&E plan and data collection tools.

–        Update or revise the data as needed.

–        Ensure that local partners receive guidance in conducting M&E (i.e., use of survey methodologies) and data entry and analysis.

–        Conduct routine monitoring of all field activities.

–        Maintain the project documentation system in both hard and soft copies.

–        Assist in evaluating implementation processes, effectiveness and impact for all projects


–        Ensure internal and external reporting as required and in line with agreed time frames.

–        Provide guidance to partners  on developing and complete reports to meet CDI requirements

–        Compete and submit updated report to line manager monthly.

Other duties

–        Participate in the development and review of all project documents

–        Draft Terms of Reference for consultants and manage consultant engagement

–        Organize and assist in the implementation of technical training workshops for district, commune, and village level partners

–        Attend conferences, seminars, network meetings; advocacy and public awareness events/ campaigns in Vietnam or internationally

–        Any other duty or responsibilities which may be assigned by Line Manager.

3.     Requirements on experience, competence and skills

General requirement

–        Must be Vietnamese

–        University graduate or above with related majors.


–        Experiences of working with NGO is an advance

–        Experiences of working with ethnic minority, poor people and other vunerable groups

–        Knowledge and experience in human rights, community development, sustainable livelihood, marketing, value chain

–        Understanding of and sensitivity to poverty-related development and gender issue.


–        Responsible at work, ability to work independently and with the team;

–        Dynamic, proactive and creative at work;

–        Willing to learn and adapt to new contexts;

–        Willing to travel to the project areas.

v Skill:

–        Proficient  level of  both spoken and written  English  and Vietnamese is an advance;

–        Good computer skills, proficiency in some online applications;

–        Project management skills, organizational skills, problem solving skills, communication skills and presentation skills are good.

4.     Place of work: Ha Noi and travel to the project areas.

5.     Term of contract: One year.

6.     Wages and benefits

–        The selected person is entitled to salary and welfare regimes according to CDI’s regulations.

–        Salary is negotiable, commensurate with the candidate’s qualifications and experience.

–        Participate in CDI’s staff capacity development programs.

7.     Deadline for receiving applications and contact information

–        Deadline for receiving CV: 12/05/2020

–        Candidates please send your application to email address:

–        Any questions, please contact Ms. Nguyen Thi Chung – Human Resource Assistant, CDI by phone number: 0243 538 0100/ 0327 621 637.

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