Under supervision of Programme Coordinator and Project Manager, the Field Officer is in charge
of effective implementation of project social cohesion and gender-sensitive activities at field level.
FO serves as a main focal point for community members, leaders and responsible to build a good
relationship with them.
Ensures timely delivery and quality results and that appropriate data collection procedures are
developed/implemented for accurate tracking of performance indicators.
Monitor progress of project activities, compare to plans and make adjustments as needed.
Monitor partners activities and make sure they meet targets and fulfil quality requirement
Cooperates with Administrative/Financial Officer on financial management of activities and costplanning and on timely submission of all relevant financial documents from the field.
Provides quality and timely administrative contributions as requested: reports, evaluation,
financial and administrative documents, etc).
Prepare and facilitate community dialogue, trainings or community based activities following the
Plans and conducts meetings, field visits, travel and communication as necessary to achieve the
programmes objectives, and ensure that activities are properly documented.
Ensures coordination, collaboration and best practice/lesson learnt sharing with other
Contributes to team spirit, good working relations.
Work closely with Project Officer.
Assist with security monitoring to ensure PIN staff, partners and assets are able to work safely.
Any other assigned tasks by Program Manager and Project Manager.
Skills and Qualifications:
University degree. Further study or training in community development, training/facilitation,
conflict resolution/transformation preferred.
Good understanding of Social Cohesion and local context.
Professional experience in direct work on projects related to conflict resolution/transformation
activities, as well as civil society and community development. (2 years + desired).
Experience in Project Cycle Management (all phases of the cycle including M&E, field trips,
implementation, administration, etc.),
Experience in cooperating with partner organization and CSO capacity building.
Experience on women protection and empowerment projects desirable.
Previous work for NGOs or international organization (INGOs, UN) is an advantage.
Experience working with diverse groups and desire to build bridges between diverse communities.
Willingness to learn to resolve issues in conflict settings.
Good communication and interpersonal skills and confidence to liaison with different
Excellent level of computer literacy - Word, Excel, Outlook.
Flexible, dynamic and able to meet deadlines.
Good in English and Burmese (speaking, writing and reading is essential), knowledge of and other
ethnic language(s) is welcomed.