Researcher for the project “Building a Sustainable Environment for Local Fundraising”


Founded in 2009, LIN Center for Community Development is a not-for-profit organization. We envision equal access to social and economic opportunities and an improved quality of life for all (irrespective of age, race, gender, ethnicity, origin, etc..). Through grants, technical support and networking, LIN helps local nonprofit organizations (NPOs) and philanthropists (skilled volunteers and donors) to strengthen and grow so they can fulfill their potential as vehicles for sustainable development, poverty alleviation and citizen participation


The researcher will be responsible for contributing to an objective which focuses on improving the legal framework to support sustainable development of the philanthropy practice in Vietnam. Specifically he/she is expected to deliver a primary research component of, and the general structure for the White paper with recommendations at policy level which will be submitted to the National Assembly by the end of the project.


● A proven track record (five years or more) in designing and implementing evaluations of community-based and/or policy advocacy programs including logical systems, data collection and analysis, and reporting;

● Ability to analyze and report on results-based monitoring and evaluation best practices and lessons learned;

● Excellent knowledge about community-based groups, their roles and competencies;

● Demonstrated managerial and leadership competencies, including ability to develop and deliver realistic plans, observing standards and timeliness;

● Excellent communication skills combined with a sensitivity and compassion for staff working in small, grassroots organizations and for the different marginalized groups they are serving;

● Master’s degree related to public policy, social development and legal studies (or higher level of education is preferred); and

● Excellent writing and speaking skills in both English and Vietnamese (required).

Please review fully Job description as the link.

Please send a CV, cover letter and/or portfolio by 26 Dec 2020 to the email:

Candidates have to confirm having received the recruitment information through the recruiting channel NGO Recruitment in the application letter for this position

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