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Expected time to start: Beginning of September 2023 or sooner if possible 

Venue: MSD Ha Noi Office 


  1. Assignment purpose: The CYPI will support his/her direct supervisor and the team to manage and execute MSD’ program/project activities. 
  2. Working location: mainly in Hanoi and work trips in several provinces. 
  3. Job assigned manager and technical supporter: direct report to and be supported/coached by the Program Management Officer, and/or Program Director. 
  4. Supervision: Volunteers. 
  5. Main responsibilities: Providing assistance to projects/programs of the MSD throughout the project/program management cycle (designing, developing the plan, coordinating the implementation, monitoring, and evaluation). The main assigned projects for this position in 2023 are but are not limited to:(1) Project Safer cities for girls: support the Program Management Officer in implementing project activities, ensuring the goal of the project is cities of Vietnam are safer, friendly, and responsible for girls as well as vulnerable communities such as LGBTIQ+, women, etc. These activities include advocacy policies, training for state partners, and capacity building for communities and society through communication, dialogue, and various forms. (2) Project Increased Accountability to Eliminate Violence and Discrimination Against Children with Disabilities (AVAC): support the Program Management Officer in coordinating a research project on child participation, implementing a communication campaign about positive discipline for parents, and assisting in training sessions for beneficiaries. (3) Project White Cane – Light Hope: support the Program Management Officer in implementing project activities related to supplying white canes, as well as providing medical, food, and educational support to children and adolescents with visual impairments.  
  6. Work plan: Workplan of MSD strategy
  7. Benefits:

– Working in the professional and healthy environment of MSD;
– Learning opportunities with other MSD managers, leaders and experts;
– National and international learning or workshop participation opportunities in related topics.
– Monthly allowance. 


– Graduated or final year of bachelor’s in social science, social works, or related fields; 

– Ensure compliance with regulations on protection of children’s rights, without any violations and harm to children’s rights and interests; 

– Experienced working with vulnerable communities, such as children, LGBTIQ+, people with disability, ethnic minorities, migrant people, and so on. 

– High command of communication and presentation skills in both Vietnamese and English; 

– Strategic thinking and analysis; 

– Strong MS Office; 

– Work independently and professionally; good teamwork; 

– High commitment to work. Being able to commit for at least 6 months. 

Interested candidates can send questions or application (CV and Cover Letter) to the email address: with the subject of: PI 2023_Name of the Applicant (e.g: PI 2023_Linh Pham) as soon as possible before 23.59, 26/8/2023. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. 

We will give priority to early application and will finish the recruitment when finding a suitable candidate. 

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