The Border Consortium Job Vacancy: Cash Transfer Programme Specialist - Bangkok, Thailand

The Border Consortium (TBC)

A non-profit organisation providing humanitarian assistance to displaced people, is urgently seeking:

Cash Transfer Programme Specialist (based in Bangkok) 

In Consultancy contract from 1 Apr – 30 Sep 2016 

Cash Transfer Programme Specialist will be responsible for overall programme in Cash Transfer Project (CTP) under supervision of Technical Programme Director. This position will facilitate and implement programme from the mode of delivery in Food Assistance Programme into Cash Transfer Programme. The pilot projects will be implemented into 2 camps and then extends to another 2 camps.

Position Requirements
  • Advanced university degree (Master degree) preferably in economics, development studies or a related field with 3 years relevant experience in designing and implementing cash transfer programming in Asia. 
  • A team player and ability to build strong relationships with community groups, focuses on impact and result for the community and responds positively to feedback. 
  • Ability to lead formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of cash transfer programmes and projects, mobilize resources 
  • Ability to train, coach, support programme staffs and community programme implementers and decision makers 
  • Thai and non-Thai Nationality with effective interpersonal and communication skills in English are encouraged to apply. There is no visa and work permit provided for internationals applying. 
  • Language Knowledge of Thai and/or Burmese/Karen languages are very advantage.
Women and people with disability are encouraged to apply for this position

How to apply:
Please submit a current CV/resume including 2 references and a cover letter explaining why you are suitable for this post to by Thursday 10 March 2016 within 5 p.m. This position is ready to work on Friday 1 April 2016.
Required information should be submitted in English.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.