Job Vacancy (Head of Myanmar Office Position)
Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung für die Freiheit
an International NGO announces for its Myanmar programme the position of a
Head of Myanmar Office (based in Yangon)
The position includes the following tasks:
- Lead the FNF STEP-project team based in Myanmar (www.stepdemocracy.eu)
- Represent the FNF STEP team at meetings and conferences
- Oversee budget planning, reporting of accounts and activities
- Support conceptualization, planning and monitor implementation
- Write analytical reports
- Coordinate international technical support
- Coordinate with international donors based in Myanmar
- Report to FNF Myanmar Project Director based in Bangkok
- Master’s Degree
- Understanding of international and development policies;
- Minimum three years of working experience;
working experiences in Myanmar is an asset
- Fluency in English and German (speaking, writing, editing);
proficiency in Myanmar language is an asset;
- Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills;
- Willingness to work in a team;
- Excellent skills in standard software programmes;
- Proficiency in new social media usage and communication;
- Willingness to conduct business travels in the country and abroad.
What we offer:
- An interesting and challenging position within an international context.
- A work environment with intellectual openness.
- A position with a high degree of self-responsibility and room for initiative.
- Travels and training in Myanmar and abroad.
Please apply with a covering letter explaining your interest in working for FNF,
a comprehensive CV, and copies of educational degrees and list of references,
latest by 12. November 2017 to: Khinluttlatt.Tun@fnst.org
The Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung für die Freiheit (FNF) is a German non-profit organisation. We work for the realization of liberal goals and values in politics, economy and society, in Germany and in more than 70 countries in all parts of the world. Our projects focus on democratic participation, rule of law, economic freedom and good governance.