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    Organization: International Justice Mission
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Start Date: As soon as possible

    Compensation: Competitive salary with benefits

    Reports to: Bangkok Field Office Director (FOD)

    International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organization that protects the vulnerable from violence by partnering with government authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen criminal justice systems so they protect the vulnerable from violence and abuse long-term. IJM is a global team of lawyers, social workers and other professionals. IJM has 17 field offices across the globe, including multiple offices in Southeast Asia. IJM is headquartered in Washington, DC.

    IJM has worked in northern Thailand through IJM’s Chiang Mai Field Office (FO) since 2000, partnering with government authorities on hill tribe Thai citizenship cases and cases of sexual violence against children. In 2017, IJM will establish a new field office in Bangkok that will provide support to Thai authorities to eliminate labor trafficking and forced labor from the Thai fishing and seafood industries. IJM lawyers, social workers, fieldworkers and other professionals will support Thai law enforcement, social services and the judiciary to identify and prosecute cases of forced labor and labor trafficking crimes and restore labor trafficking survivors to safety and strength.

    Position Details:

    IJM is seeking a Program Manager to support the Bangkok Field Office Director and lead the Bangkok FO program. The Program Manager will be responsible for advising and communicating with the office’s leaders and relevant members as they develop, revise, implement and document strategies and plans that ensure achievement of program targets and objectives. The individual will also support the Field Office Director in compiling necessary program reports and conducting regular program reviews. This position is based in Bangkok, Thailand and may require occasional travel within Thailand. This position reports to the Bangkok Field Office Director.

    Responsibilities:

    Program Management

    • Provide regular input to the Field Office Director on strategic and tactical considerations covering all aspects of program implementation;
    • Work directly with program leaders and others they designate to support development and review of appropriate strategies that enable each team and the office as a whole to achieve its targets on time and on budget;
    • Assist the Field Office Director, Accounting Manager and Bangkok program leaders in developing draft budgets for the program teams, reviewing budget to actual and projected spending during the year, and working with Regional Program Managers on monitoring restricted spending portions of the FO budget;
    • Facilitate development and review of procedures and processes to increase interdepartmental efficiencies and integration;
    • Maintain detailed familiarity with the FO program and its implementation by participating in team meetings as necessary and a variety of internal and external program activities;
    • Assist the Field Office Director in leading quarterly program reviews and other program review meetings as needed from time to time;
    • Compile and draft monthly summary reports and more detailed quarterly reports on progress toward targets, obstacles encountered and key developments;
    • Participate in external meetings and events as needed, and provide critical analysis and feedback;
    • Act as liaison with the HQ Regional team and other Thailand FO teams on program management issues, sharing knowledge and lessons learned;
    • Carry out additional projects as assigned by the Bangkok Field Office Director.

    Program Design, Monitoring and Evaluation

    • Support the Bangkok Field Office Director in designing and reviewing new programs, and making changes to current programs in accordance with IJM program change guidelines;
    • Work with Southeast Asia Regional Program Managers and FO leaders to develop proposals for the funding of FO programs
    • Advise Southeast Asia Regional Program Managers and FO leaders as they set and/or revise annual and project targets for coming years
    • Work closely with all program staff to ensure project activities are well documented, including thorough and well organized filing systems with supporting documents;
    • Identify additional M&E needs and ways to measure the current programs;

    Other

    • Travel from time to time for meetings, cases or conferences;
    • Ensure accuracy in handling office money and follow the Finance policies and guidelines in settling expenses and making payments.
    • Assist in the overall organizational development.
    • Maintain confidentiality of privileged and sensitive information.

    Required Skills and Experience

    • Thai national;
    • Bachelor’s Degree required;
    • Master’s degree in Management, Social Work, Social Sciences, or related field preferred.
    • At least four years’ experience in an NGO environment preferred, though not mandatory.
    • Systems building, systems thinking skills and well developed conceptual thinking skills.
    • Knowledge of standards relating to program design, planning and management preferred.
    • Exceptional written and oral communication skills.
    • Fluency in written and spoken English required.
    • Experience working effectively cross-culturally and across multiple time zones.
    • High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office applications.

    Critical Qualities

    • Professional presentation in demeanor and written and oral communication.
    • Exceptionally high level of honesty and integrity.
    • Meticulous attention to detail, sound judgment, ability to take initiative and provide constructive feedback, and strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Disciplined with priorities and works well under deadline pressures.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills, cross-cultural communication, and experience or desire to work comfortably within a multi-ethnic team.
    • Highly developed organizational and leadership skills; willingness to initiate actions and ideas, with exceptional follow-through.
    • Sustained positive attitude.
    • Passionate commitment to and understanding of IJM mission.

    How to apply:

    In order to apply, submit a complete application form, CV, and Cover Letter to bangkokrecruiting@ijm.org. Please specify in the subject which position you are applying for.


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    Organization: International Justice Mission
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Start Date: July 2017

    Compensation: Competitive salary with benefits

    Reports to: Bangkok Director of Investigations and Law Enforcement Development (DILED)

    International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organization that protects the vulnerable from violence by partnering with government authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen criminal justice systems so they protect the vulnerable from violence and abuse long-term. IJM is a global team of lawyers, social workers and other professionals. IJM has 17 field offices across the globe, including multiple offices in Southeast Asia.

    IJM has worked in northern Thailand through IJM’s Chiang Mai Field Office (FO) since 2000, partnering with government authorities on hill tribe Thai citizenship cases and cases of sexual violence against children. In 2017, IJM will establish a new field office in Bangkok that will provide support to Thai authorities to eliminate labor trafficking and forced labor from the Thai fishing and seafood industries. IJM lawyers, social workers, fieldworkers and other professionals will support Thai law enforcement, social services and the judiciary to identify and prosecute cases of forced labor and labor trafficking crimes and restore labor trafficking survivors to safety and strength.

    Position Details:

    IJM is seeking a skilled, experienced, Thai-speaking Fieldworker who will be responsible for gathering and monitoring information on cases of labor trafficking. The Fieldworker will seek to secure reliable, timely and actionable information concerning victims, witnesses, and perpetrators of criminal activity within the project area. This position is based in Bangkok, Thailand and will require travel within Thailand.

    Responsibilities:

    • Develop a thorough working knowledge of relevant laws and criminal procedures regarding labor trafficking cases;
    • Develop a thorough working knowledge of the methods of human traffickers and the methods and techniques used to gather information and evidence to document labor trafficking crimes effectively;
    • Conduct thorough, detailed, and well-documented information gathering related to cases of labor trafficking;
    • Recruit and maintain a network of operatives and informants who provide reliable, timely and actionable information regarding cases of labor trafficking;
    • Collaborate with community members and NGO partners to receive and respond to reports of trafficking, gathering accurate and relevant information about trafficking activity within communities, and strategically analyzing case work;
    • Develop and maintain strong working relationships with governmental officials from relevant Thai and international law enforcement agencies to support the development, investigation, and prosecution of human trafficking cases;
    • Collaborate regularly with members of IJM Bangkok’s legal and aftercare departments on cases;
    • Draft fieldwork plans; write detailed, daily field reports and submit them to the DILED or his designee in a timely manner;
    • Competently work with various databases, record management systems, communication networks, and specialized equipment;
    • Maintain strict confidentiality of all fieldwork, fieldwork strategies, and other privileged and sensitive information;
    • Serve, if necessary, as a witness to the crimes committed;
    • Comply with all IJM and Thai government requirements;
    • Carry out additional assignments as required by the DILED.

    Required Skills and Experience:

    • Thai national.
    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university preferred but not required; minimum of a high school education with graduation certificate;
    • One year experience in conducting field investigations or other relevant experience; experience in the justice sector preferred;
    • Fluency in oral and written communication in Thai; fluency or intermediate English preferred;
    • Experience working with migrant workers or victims of human trafficking preferred;
    • Computer literate and proficient in Microsoft Office applications (specifically Word, Excel and Outlook) preferred;
    • No criminal record;
    • Valid driver’s license and passport (or able to obtain).

    Critical Qualities:

    • Strong, humble service ethic and a passion for IJM’s mission;
    • Superior attention to detail;
    • Disciplined with priorities;
    • Personable with a sustained positive attitude;
    • Punctual; manages time and resources effectively;
    • Excellent interpersonal skills;
    • Diplomatic, flexible, and mature in judgment;
    • Effective team player and leader;
    • Patient and able to work well under stress;
    • Able to problem solve in difficult situations;
    • Able to work some irregular hours (e.g. some early mornings, late nights or weekends) and able to travel to other provinces;
    • Strong cross-cultural communication ability and experience or desire to work comfortably within a multi-ethnic and multi-disciplinary team; and
    • Passion to help people suffering injustice and oppression.

    How to apply:

    In order to apply, submit a complete application form, CV, and Cover Letter to bangkokrecruiting@ijm.org. Please specify in the subject which position you are applying for.


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    Organization: International Justice Mission
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Start Date: June 2017

    Compensation: Competitive salary with benefits

    Reports to: Bangkok Field Office Director (FOD)

    International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organization that protects the vulnerable from violence by partnering with government authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen criminal justice systems so they protect the vulnerable from violence and abuse long-term. IJM is a global team of lawyers, social workers and other professionals. IJM has 17 field offices across the globe, including multiple offices in Southeast Asia.

    IJM has worked in northern Thailand through IJM’s Chiang Mai Field Office (FO) since 2000, partnering with government authorities on hill tribe Thai citizenship cases and cases of sexual violence against children. In 2017, IJM will establish a new field office in Bangkok that will provide support to Thai authorities to eliminate labor trafficking and forced labor from the Thai fishing and seafood industries. IJM lawyers, social workers, fieldworkers and other professionals will support Thai law enforcement, social services and the judiciary to identify and prosecute cases of forced labor and labor trafficking crimes and restore labor trafficking survivors to safety and strength.

    Position Details

    IJM is seeking a Director of Aftercare who shall be responsible for establishing and directing all strategies and activities of IJM Bangkok Aftercare response to forced labor and trafficking in the Thai fishing and seafood industries. The individual shall build and lead a high quality team in partnership with government and non-government agencies to ensure that victims are rescued and perpetrators are prosecuted under the laws of Thailand. The Director of Aftercare will also lead strategies and activities targeted at reducing the prevalence of forced labor and labor trafficking through sustainable improvements in the performance of local law enforcement and psychosocial services for victims. This position is based in Bangkok, Thailand and may require occasional travel within Thailand.

    Responsibilities

    Develop National Leaders

    • Recruit, train and lead a highly effective, resilient and cohesive Aftercare team consisting of IJM aftercare staff, interns and volunteers;
    • Provide leadership that ensures that the IJM Bangkok office provides and models a highly effective, multi-disciplinary and collaborative response to the target abuse;
    • Develop, monitor and evaluate concrete performance and leadership development objectives for IJM staff; and
    • Provide regular feedback and evaluation to IJM staff regarding their performance and leadership development.

    Achieve Collaborative Casework Objectives

    • Lead and manage IJM-assisted casework interventions to ensure that victims are rescued and restored and that perpetrators are held accountable under law;
    • Provide immediate assessments, crisis care and advocacy for victims coming out of forced labor trafficking and ensure all victims receive legally mandated government protections;
    • Design, implement, monitor and evaluate strategies and best practices for effective IJM-assisted restoration of victims;
    • Educate, train and equip government and non-government partners in the effective aftercare and restoration of victims;
    • Build relationships of mutual trust and benefit with key government and non-government actors to ensure holistic restoration services for IJM clients consistent with the law and best practices;
    • Actively participate in national and local coalitions of aftercare stakeholders and engage directly with aftercare partners in order to continually improve services provided to victims of forced labor and trafficking in the fishing and seafood industry;
    • Act as a professional resource to improve the capacity of aftercare and community development partners by: conducting needed trainings or seminars, providing research and good-practice models, acting as a liaison between community workers and law enforcement and empowering churches and community development workers to engage in prevention efforts and provide lay care to survivors in high-risk communities; and
    • Design and implement rigorous systems for effective monitoring, evaluation and reporting of IJM Bangkok’s collaborative casework activities and programming.

    Management and Stewardship of IJM Resources

    • Contribute to the development of the office’s strategic plans and budgets;
    • Ensure spending of allocated funds in accordance with IJM’s budgetary and stewardship principles;
    • Ensure compliance with all relevant laws, IJM policies and best practices;
    • Develop and implement context-specific strategies and tactics consistent with IJM policies, protocols and best practices;
    • Continually increase the Aftercare Department’s effectiveness, efficiency, and organization by developing, maintaining, and updating all operating protocols, case management tracking and reporting systems, intervention strategies, and manuals
    • Maintain detailed client tracking systems and records of all aftercare activities
    • Generate timely, high quality written and verbal communications regarding the aftercare program to the Field Office Director and other IJM colleagues in the field and at headquarters;
    • Ensure full compliance with the IJM Global Aftercare Policy and all relevant Minimum Standards of Care.
    • Such other duties and tasks as shall be assigned by the FOD.

    Required Skills and Experience

    • Thai national.
    • Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or related field from an accredited university.
    • A minimum of eight years’ experience in direct practice, program development and implementation, and casework management.
    • Minimum of three years’ experience successfully leading a team of aftercare staff, contractors and volunteers in collaboration with counterparts in the public justice system to contribute high levels of rescue and restoration of victims of violence and exploitation and to criminal justice accountability for perpetrators.
    • Minimum of two years’ experience in a successfully leveraging collaborative casework and other justice system transformation strategies to improve the performance of the public justice system’s response to trafficking and forced labor against migrant workers.
    • Minimum of two years’ experience delivering trauma-focused counseling and related services.
    • Minimum of three years of successful management/team building experience.
    • Superior judgment and problem solving in a complex environment.
    • Proven ability to develop and implement strategic plans with effective monitoring, evaluation and project management.
    • Fluency and professionalism in oral and written communication in English and Thai.
    • Demonstrated commitment to serving the poor and the oppressed.
    • Strong leadership skills.

    Critical Qualities

    • Professional presentation in demeanor and written and oral communication.
    • Exceptionally high level of honesty and integrity.
    • Meticulous attention to detail, sound judgment, ability to take initiative and provide constructive feedback, and strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Disciplined with priorities and works well under deadline pressures.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills, cross-cultural communication, and experience or desire to work comfortably within a multi-ethnic team.
    • Highly developed organizational and leadership skills; willingness to initiate actions and ideas, with exceptional follow-through.
    • Sustained positive attitude.
    • Passionate commitment to and understanding of IJM mission.

    How to apply:

    In order to apply, submit a complete application form, CV, and Cover Letter to bangkokrecruiting@ijm.org. Please specify in the subject which position you are applying for.


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    Organization: International Justice Mission
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Start Date: July 2017

    Compensation: Competitive salary with benefits

    Reports to: Deputy Bangkok Field Office Director (FOD)

    International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organization that protects the vulnerable from violence by partnering with government authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen criminal justice systems so they protect the vulnerable from violence and abuse long-term. IJM is a global team of lawyers, social workers and other professionals. IJM has 17 field offices across the globe, including multiple offices in Southeast Asia.

    IJM has worked in northern Thailand through IJM’s Chiang Mai Field Office (FO) since 2000, partnering with government authorities on hill tribe Thai citizenship cases and cases of sexual violence against children. In 2017, IJM will establish a new field office in Bangkok that will provide support to Thai authorities to eliminate labor trafficking and forced labor from the Thai fishing and seafood industries. IJM lawyers, social workers, fieldworkers and other professionals will support Thai law enforcement, social services and the judiciary to identify and prosecute cases of forced labor and labor trafficking crimes and restore labor trafficking survivors to safety and strength.

    Position Detail

    IJM is seeking a talented and dedicated Lawyer to secure the rescue of victims of labor trafficking and accountability for the perpetrators of these abuses. The Lawyer will serve as the resource person for internal and external stakeholder for training and public engagement, and tender expert opinion on law and policy matters for IJM in labor trafficking cases. This position is based in Bangkok, Thailand and may require occasional travel within Thailand.

    Responsibilities

    • Obtain tangible accountability for perpetrators and/or relief for victims in cases concerning labor trafficking;
    • Support the prosecution of the accused in assigned cases, by acting as private prosecutor in cases when necessary
    • Attend and/or participate in all legal proceedings relevant to assigned cases;
    • Perform legal research and draft pleadings as necessary in assigned cases.
    • Drafting reports and summarizing information gathered by the Fieldworker team;
    • Pursue civil remedies for victims of forced labor;
    • Conduct paralegal trainings, police trainings, judges’ and prosecutors’ trainings, advocacy campaigns and/or multi-disciplinary trainings on anti-trafficking;
    • Network with various governmental and non-governmental organization personnel
    • Conduct research and draft briefings on issues related to anti-trafficking;
    • Perform other related duties as required and necessary.

    Required Skills and Experience

    • Thai National
    • Law degree from an accredited university required.
    • License to practice law in Thailand.
    • Minimum of two years’ experience practicing law or related legal experience.
    • Strong legal research and writing skills.
    • Exceptional written and oral communication in English and Thai required.
    • High degree of organization, attention to detail, and ability to multi-task.
    • Demonstrated commitment to serving the poor and the oppressed.
    • Strong leadership skills.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills.

    Critical Qualities

    • Professional presentation in demeanor and written and oral communication.
    • Exceptionally high level of honesty and integrity.
    • Meticulous attention to detail, sound judgment, ability to take initiative and provide constructive feedback, and strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Disciplined with priorities and works well under deadline pressures.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills, cross-cultural communication, and experience or desire to work comfortably within a multi-ethnic team.
    • Highly developed organizational and leadership skills; willingness to initiate actions and ideas, with exceptional follow-through.
    • Sustained positive attitude.
    • Passionate commitment to and understanding of IJM mission.

    How to apply:

    In order to apply, submit a complete application form, CV, and Cover Letter to bangkokrecruiting@ijm.org. Please specify in the subject which position you are applying for.


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    Organization: International Justice Mission
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Start Date: July 2017

    Compensation: Competitive salary with benefits

    Reports to: Bangkok Director of Aftercare (DOA)

    International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organization that protects the vulnerable from violence by partnering with government authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen criminal justice systems so they protect the vulnerable from violence and abuse long-term. IJM is a global team of lawyers, social workers and other professionals. IJM has 17 field offices across the globe, including multiple offices in Southeast Asia.

    IJM has worked in northern Thailand through IJM’s Chiang Mai Field Office (FO) since 2000, partnering with government authorities on hill tribe Thai citizenship cases and cases of sexual violence against children. In 2017, IJM will establish a new field office in Bangkok that will provide support to Thai authorities to eliminate labor trafficking and forced labor from the Thai fishing and seafood industries. IJM lawyers, social workers, fieldworkers and other professionals will support Thai law enforcement, social services and the judiciary to identify and prosecute cases of forced labor and labor trafficking crimes and restore labor trafficking survivors to safety and strength.

    Position Detail

    IJM is seeking an experienced, Burmese-speaking Social Worker for its Bangkok Field Office. The Social Worker will facilitate aftercare services for the shelter-based and community-based clients, and support the Director of Aftercare in the process of rehabilitation of labor trafficking victims. The position is based in Bangkok, Thailand and will require travel in Thailand.

    Responsibilities

    • Manage a caseload of clients, providing crisis intervention and case management services for assisted individuals and monitor regular follow up and detailed documentation on rehabilitation and restoration progress, ensuring that progress of rescued victims is documented and accurately tracked;
    • Assist in providing or facilitating crisis care, legal counseling, language interpretation, medical care, shelter services and education or life skills training to rescued victims;
    • Ensure that assisted individuals are referred to high-quality aftercare services based on individually assessed needs and in accordance with the IJM Minimum Standards of Care;
    • Engage, prepare and support clients for testifying in court in partnership with aftercare partners and the IJM Bangkok legal and law enforcement development departments;
    • Accompany clients to court proceedings and assist in providing language interpretation;
    • Coordinate with aftercare partners to ensure the well-being and restoration of clients, including monitoring victim care, providing referrals for special services, visiting clients, and assisting with emergencies;
    • In collaboration with the DOA, develop and maintain strategic and mutually supportive partnerships with government and non-government aftercare providers, and provide input to the DOA on strengths and gaps in aftercare services;
    • In collaboration with the DOA, develop and implement bridge-building strategies with partners in the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security (MSDHS);
    • Demonstrate the competency in utilizing IJM’s Case Tracking Management System (CTMS);
    • Translate written documents from English into Burmese, and Burmese to English.

    Required Skills and Experience

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from an accredited university;
    • Minimum two years relevant field experience;
    • Fluency in oral and written communication in English and Burmese; additional language ability in Thai preferred;
    • Computer literate and proficient in Microsoft Office applications (specifically Word, Excel and Outlook) preferred.

    Critical Qualities

    • Excellent interpersonal skills, cross-cultural communication, and experience or desire to work comfortably within a multi-ethnic and multi-disciplinary team;
    • High attention to detail, sound judgment, ability to take initiative and provide constructive feedback, and analytical and problem-solving skills;
    • Disciplined with priorities and works well under pressure;
    • Professional presentation in demeanor and written and oral communication;
    • Exceptionally high level of honesty and integrity;
    • Personable with a sustained positive attitude;
    • Willingness and ability to travel within Thailand;
    • Demonstrated commitment to serving the poor and the oppressed.
    • Passionate commitment to and understanding of IJM mission.

    How to apply:

    In order to apply, submit a complete application form, CV, and Cover Letter to bangkokrecruiting@ijm.org. Please specify in the subject which position you are applying for.


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    Organization: International Justice Mission
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Start Date: July 2017

    Compensation: Competitive salary with benefits

    Reports to: Bangkok Director of Investigations and Law Enforcement Development (DILED)

    International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organization that protects the vulnerable from violence by partnering with government authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen criminal justice systems so they protect the vulnerable from violence and abuse long-term. IJM is a global team of lawyers, social workers and other professionals. IJM has 17 field offices across the globe, including multiple offices in Southeast Asia.

    IJM has worked in northern Thailand through IJM’s Chiang Mai Field Office (FO) since 2000, partnering with government authorities on hill tribe Thai citizenship cases and cases of sexual violence against children. In 2017, IJM will establish a new field office in Bangkok that will provide support to Thai authorities to eliminate labor trafficking and forced labor from the Thai fishing and seafood industries. IJM lawyers, social workers, fieldworkers and other professionals will support Thai law enforcement, social services and the judiciary to identify and prosecute cases of forced labor and labor trafficking crimes and restore labor trafficking survivors to safety and strength.

    Position Detail

    IJM is seeking a skilled, experienced, Burmese-speaking Fieldworker who will be responsible for gathering and monitoring information on cases of labor trafficking. The Fieldworker will seek to secure reliable, timely and actionable information concerning victims, witnesses, and perpetrators of criminal activity within the project area. This position is based in Bangkok, Thailand and will require travel within Thailand.

    Responsibilities

    • Develop a thorough working knowledge of relevant laws and criminal procedures regarding labor trafficking cases;
    • Develop a thorough working knowledge of the methods of human traffickers and the methods and techniques used to gather information and evidence to document labor trafficking crimes effectively;
    • Conduct thorough, detailed, and well-documented information gathering related to cases of labor trafficking;
    • Recruit and maintain a network of operatives and informants who provide reliable, timely and actionable information regarding cases of labor trafficking;
    • Collaborate with community members and NGO partners to receive and respond to reports of trafficking, gathering accurate and relevant information about trafficking activity within communities, and strategically analyzing case work;
    • Develop and maintain strong working relationships with governmental officials from relevant Thai and international law enforcement agencies to support the development, investigation, and prosecution of human trafficking cases;
    • Collaborate regularly with members of IJM Bangkok’s legal and aftercare departments on cases;
    • Draft fieldwork plans; write detailed, daily field reports and submit them to the DILED or his designee in a timely manner;
    • Competently work with various databases, record management systems, communication networks, and specialized equipment;
    • Maintain strict confidentiality of all fieldwork, fieldwork strategies, and other privileged and sensitive information;
    • Serve, if necessary, as a witness to the crimes committed;
    • Comply with all IJM and Thai government requirements;
    • Carry out additional assignments as required by the DILED.

    Required Skills and Experience

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university preferred but not required; minimum of a high school education with graduation certificate;
    • One year experience in conducting field investigations or other relevant experience; experience in the justice sector preferred;
    • Fluency in oral and written communication in Burmese; fluency or intermediate English preferred; additional language ability in Thai preferred;
    • Experience working with migrant workers or victims of human trafficking preferred;
    • Computer literate and proficient in Microsoft Office applications (specifically Word, Excel and Outlook) preferred;
    • No criminal record;
    • Valid driver’s license and passport (or able to obtain).

    Critical Qualities

    • Strong, humble service ethic and a passion for IJM’s mission;
    • Superior attention to detail;
    • Disciplined with priorities;
    • Personable with a sustained positive attitude;
    • Punctual; manages time and resources effectively;
    • Excellent interpersonal skills;
    • Diplomatic, flexible, and mature in judgment;
    • Effective team player and leader;
    • Patient and able to work well under stress;
    • Able to problem solve in difficult situations;
    • Able to work some irregular hours (e.g. some early mornings, late nights or weekends) and able to travel to other provinces;
    • Strong cross-cultural communication ability and experience or desire to work comfortably within a multi-ethnic and multi-disciplinary team; and
    • Passion to help people suffering injustice and oppression.

    How to apply:

    In order to apply, submit a complete application form, CV, and Cover Letter to bangkokrecruiting@ijm.org. Please specify in the subject which position you are applying for.


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    Organization: International Justice Mission
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Start Date: July 2017

    Compensation: Competitive salary with benefits

    Reports to: Bangkok Director of Investigations and Law Enforcement Development (DILED)

    International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organization that protects the vulnerable from violence by partnering with government authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen criminal justice systems so they protect the vulnerable from violence and abuse long-term. IJM is a global team of lawyers, social workers and other professionals. IJM has 17 field offices across the globe, including multiple offices in Southeast Asia.

    IJM has worked in northern Thailand through IJM’s Chiang Mai Field Office (FO) since 2000, partnering with government authorities on hill tribe Thai citizenship cases and cases of sexual violence against children. In 2017, IJM will establish a new field office in Bangkok that will provide support to Thai authorities to eliminate labor trafficking and forced labor from the Thai fishing and seafood industries. IJM lawyers, social workers, fieldworkers and other professionals will support Thai law enforcement, social services and the judiciary to identify and prosecute cases of forced labor and labor trafficking crimes and restore labor trafficking survivors to safety and strength.

    Position Detail

    IJM is seeking a skilled, experienced, Khmer-speaking Fieldworker who will be responsible for gathering and monitoring information on cases of labor trafficking. The Fieldworker will seek to secure reliable, timely and actionable information concerning victims, witnesses, and perpetrators of criminal activity within the project area. This position is based in Bangkok, Thailand and will require travel within Thailand.

    Responsibilities

    • Develop a thorough working knowledge of relevant laws and criminal procedures regarding labor trafficking cases;
    • Develop a thorough working knowledge of the methods of human traffickers and the methods and techniques used to gather information and evidence to document labor trafficking crimes effectively;
    • Conduct thorough, detailed, and well-documented information gathering related to cases of labor trafficking;
    • Recruit and maintain a network of operatives and informants who provide reliable, timely and actionable information regarding cases of labor trafficking;
    • Collaborate with community members and NGO partners to receive and respond to reports of trafficking, gathering accurate and relevant information about trafficking activity within communities, and strategically analyzing case work;
    • Develop and maintain strong working relationships with governmental officials from relevant Thai and international law enforcement agencies to support the development, investigation, and prosecution of human trafficking cases;
    • Collaborate regularly with members of IJM Bangkok’s legal and aftercare departments on cases;
    • Draft fieldwork plans; write detailed, daily field reports and submit them to the DILED or his designee in a timely manner;
    • Competently work with various databases, record management systems, communication networks, and specialized equipment;
    • Maintain strict confidentiality of all fieldwork, fieldwork strategies, and other privileged and sensitive information;
    • Serve, if necessary, as a witness to the crimes committed;
    • Comply with all IJM and Thai government requirements;
    • Carry out additional assignments as required by the DILED.

    Required Skills and Experience

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university preferred but not required; minimum of a high school education with graduation certificate;
    • One year experience in conducting field investigations or other relevant experience; experience in the justice sector preferred;
    • Fluency in oral and written communication in Khmer; fluency or intermediate English preferred; additional language ability in Thai preferred;
    • Experience working with migrant workers or victims of human trafficking preferred;
    • Computer literate and proficient in Microsoft Office applications (specifically Word, Excel and Outlook) preferred;
    • No criminal record;
    • Valid driver’s license and passport (or able to obtain).

    Critical Qualities

    • Strong, humble service ethic and a passion for IJM’s mission;
    • Superior attention to detail;
    • Disciplined with priorities;
    • Personable with a sustained positive attitude;
    • Punctual; manages time and resources effectively;
    • Excellent interpersonal skills;
    • Diplomatic, flexible, and mature in judgment;
    • Effective team player and leader;
    • Patient and able to work well under stress;
    • Able to problem solve in difficult situations;
    • Able to work some irregular hours (e.g. some early mornings, late nights or weekends) and able to travel to other provinces;
    • Strong cross-cultural communication ability and experience or desire to work comfortably within a multi-ethnic and multi-disciplinary team; and
    • Passion to help people suffering injustice and oppression.

    How to apply:

    In order to apply, submit a complete application form, CV, and Cover Letter to bangkokrecruiting@ijm.org. Please specify in the subject which position you are applying for.


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    Organization: International Justice Mission
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Start Date: July 2017

    Compensation: Competitive salary with benefits

    Reports to: Bangkok Director of Aftercare (DOA)

    International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organization that protects the vulnerable from violence by partnering with government authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen criminal justice systems so they protect the vulnerable from violence and abuse long-term. IJM is a global team of lawyers, social workers and other professionals. IJM has 17 field offices across the globe, including multiple offices in Southeast Asia.

    IJM has worked in northern Thailand through IJM’s Chiang Mai Field Office (FO) since 2000, partnering with government authorities on hill tribe Thai citizenship cases and cases of sexual violence against children. In 2017, IJM will establish a new field office in Bangkok that will provide support to Thai authorities to eliminate labor trafficking and forced labor from the Thai fishing and seafood industries. IJM lawyers, social workers, fieldworkers and other professionals will support Thai law enforcement, social services and the judiciary to identify and prosecute cases of forced labor and labor trafficking crimes and restore labor trafficking survivors to safety and strength.

    Position Detail

    IJM is seeking an experienced, Khmer-speaking Social Worker for its Bangkok Field Office. The Social Worker will facilitate aftercare services for the shelter-based and community-based clients, and support the Director of Aftercare in the process of rehabilitation of labor trafficking victims. The position is based in Bangkok, Thailand and will require occasional travel in Thailand.

    Responsibilities

    • Manage a caseload of clients, providing crisis intervention and case management services for assisted individuals and monitor regular follow up and detailed documentation on rehabilitation and restoration progress, ensuring that progress of rescued victims is documented and accurately tracked;
    • Assist in providing or facilitating crisis care, legal counseling, language interpretation, medical care, shelter services and education or life skills training to rescued victims;
    • Ensure that assisted individuals are referred to high-quality aftercare services based on individually assessed needs and in accordance with the IJM Minimum Standards of Care;
    • Engage, prepare and support clients for testifying in court in partnership with aftercare partners and the IJM Bangkok legal and law enforcement develop departments;
    • Coordinate with aftercare partners to ensure the well-being and restoration of clients, including monitoring victim care, providing referrals for special services, visiting clients, and assisting with emergencies;
    • In collaboration with the DOA, develop and maintain strategic and mutually supportive partnerships with aftercare providers, and provide input to the DOA on strengths and gaps in aftercare services;
    • In collaboration with the DOA, develop and implement bridge-building strategies with partners in the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security (MSDHS);
    • Demonstrate the competency in utilizing IJM’s Case Tracking Management System (CTMS);
    • Translate written documents from English into Khmer, and Khmer to English.

    Required Skills and Experience

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from an accredited university;
    • Minimum two years relevant field experience;
    • Fluency in oral and written communication in English and Khmer; additional language ability in Thai preferred;
    • Computer literate and proficient in Microsoft Office applications preferred;

    Critical Qualities

    • Excellent interpersonal skills, cross-cultural communication, and experience or desire to work comfortably within a multi-ethnic and multi-disciplinary team;
    • High attention to detail, sound judgment, ability to take initiative and provide constructive feedback, and analytical and problem-solving skills;
    • Disciplined with priorities and works well under deadline pressures;
    • Professional presentation in demeanor and written and oral communication;
    • Exceptionally high level of honesty and integrity;
    • Personable with a sustained positive attitude;
    • Willingness and ability to travel within Thailand;
    • Demonstrated commitment to serving the poor and the oppressed;
    • Passionate commitment to and understanding of IJM mission.

    How to apply:

    In order to apply, submit a complete application form, CV, and Cover Letter to bangkokrecruiting@ijm.org. Please specify in the subject which position you are applying for.


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    Organization: International Justice Mission
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Start Date: As soon as possible

    Compensation: Competitive salary with benefits

    Reports to: Bangkok Field Office Director (FOD)

    International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organization that protects the vulnerable from violence by partnering with government authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen criminal justice systems so they protect the vulnerable from violence and abuse long-term. IJM is a global team of lawyers, social workers and other professionals. IJM has 17 field offices across the globe, including multiple offices in Southeast Asia.

    IJM has worked in northern Thailand through IJM’s Chiang Mai Field Office (FO) since 2000, partnering with government authorities on hill tribe Thai citizenship cases and cases of sexual violence against children. In 2017, IJM will establish a new field office in Bangkok that will provide support to Thai authorities to eliminate labor trafficking and forced labor from the Thai fishing and seafood industries. IJM lawyers, social workers, fieldworkers and other professionals will support Thai law enforcement, social services and the judiciary to identify and prosecute cases of forced labor and labor trafficking crimes and restore labor trafficking survivors to safety and strength.

    Position Detail

    IJM is seeking a Human Resources (HR) Manager to establish, lead and manage all HR and people development activities for IJM’s Bangkok office. We are looking for a talented human resources professional with strong leadership abilities who is passionate about the IJM mission and willing to bring his or her skills in the areas of organizational planning, recruitment/staffing and talent management, performance management, staff care and professional development. This position is based in Bangkok, Thailand and may require occasional travel within Thailand.

    Responsibilities

    Leadership

    • Provide leadership to HR support staff; ensure that the department achieves its key result areas.
    • Manage, supervise and coordinate the activities of HR support staff and other staff providing occasional support for HR initiatives;
    • Participate on the leadership team for the office.

    Staffing and Employee Support

    • Manage all HR functions, including recruiting, on-boarding of new staff, payroll administration, staff professional development program, performance management, compensation and benefits, employee relations, occupational health and safety, and staff care.
    • Manage the office’s end to end recruitment procedure, partnering with hiring managers throughout the process, and making improvements where needed to ensure a thorough yet prompt candidate review process.
    • Work with managers across the office to ensure all staff and unfilled positions have current job requirements and job descriptions.
    • Proactively and creatively seek out candidates for open positions.
    • Advise leaders as to critical qualities needed for open positions, and give reasoned opinions on hiring choices.
    • Support all department heads and supervisors in implementing IJM’s annual and mid-year staff performance review process.
    • Maintain employee agreements, personnel records, monthly time sheets, and leave request forms.
    • Manage contracts for temporary hires and external service providers.
    • Act as POC and local coordinator for international and local interns, fellows and other volunteers, liaising with IJM’s global intern and fellow program and FO leaders as necessary and checking in periodically with interns and fellows on assignment.
    • Work with relevant government agencies related to visa applications, visa extensions, and work permits for foreign staff, interns and fellows.
    • Serve as the primary point of contact for government regulatory agencies including the Department of Labor (DOL) and Social Security Office (SS), prepare and submit social security and tax payments, and ensure compliance with government policies and regulatory requirements relevant to the employment of national staff.

    Staff Care and Development

    • Develop and implement an effective office-wide training and development program, and an effective staff care program for the staff.
    • Identify training and development needs and opportunities, and recommend and design training programs to meet priority needs.
    • Oversee and organize logistics for all components of IJM Bangkok’s Staff Care Plan, including staff retreats, health programs, post-incident debriefs and individual staff counseling.

    HR Policies and Procedures

    • Ensure all HR policies and procedures comply with Thai labor law and other relevant laws and regulations, as well as IJM’s organizational culture, objectives, and standards;
    • Ensure staff adherence to all HR and primary office policies, including the IJM Employee Manual, Finance Manual, Safety and Security Manual, IT Policy, and Child Protection Policy, among others.

    Other

    • Perform other necessary assignments as required.

    Required Skills and Experience

    • Thai national.
    • Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree preferred.
    • Progressive professional experience in human resources of at least 4 to 5 years; 2-3 years’ experience providing HR leadership to an office of at least 20-30 staff.
    • Experience working with international organizations
    • Excellent communication skills, including fluency in spoken and written English and Thai.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

    Critical Qualities

    • Highly developed organizational and leadership skills, superior attention to detail, exceptional follow-through and accountability for results.
    • Disciplined with priorities, excellent time management and ability to work effectively under deadline pressures; proven ability to organize and prioritize multiple tasks with competing demands under tight deadlines.
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with proven ability to exercise sound judgment, take initiative and produce results.
    • Self-motivated and able to work independently, as well as under supervision and as part of a team.
    • Ability to perform and thrive in an international organization with an international-standard, professional working style and business culture, in addition to ability to work effectively in Thai and other Southeast Asian working styles and business cultures.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills, cross-cultural communication, and ability to establish and maintain and foster good working relations in a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary working environment.
    • Flexible, enthusiastic, and willing to receive feedback and learn from others.
    • Exceptionally high level of honesty and integrity.
    • Professional presentation in demeanor and written and oral communication.
    • Passionate commitment to and understanding of IJM’s mission, vision and values.

    How to apply:

    In order to apply, submit a complete application form, CV, and Cover Letter to bangkokrecruiting@ijm.org. Please specify in the subject which position you are applying for.


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    Organization: International Justice Mission
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Start Date: July 1, 2017

    Compensation: Competitive salary with benefits

    Reports to: Bangkok Program Manager

    The Mission

    International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organization that protects the vulnerable from violence by partnering with government authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen criminal justice systems so they protect the vulnerable from violence and abuse long-term. IJM is a global team of lawyers, social workers and other professionals. IJM has 17 field offices across the globe, including multiple offices in Southeast Asia.

    IJM has worked in northern Thailand through IJM’s Chiang Mai field office (FO) since 2000, partnering with government authorities on hill tribe Thai citizenship cases and cases of sexual violence against children. In 2017, IJM will establish a new field office in Bangkok that will provide support to Thai authorities to eliminate labor trafficking and forced labor from the Thai fishing and seafood industries. IJM lawyers, fieldworkers, social workers and other professionals will support Thai law enforcement, social services and the judiciary to identify and prosecute cases of forced labor and labor trafficking crimes and restore labor trafficking survivors to safety and strength.

    The Need

    IJM is seeking a professional Data Analysis & Data Systems Specialist to support IJM’s program and law enforcement capacity building objectives. The Data Analysis & Data Systems Specialist is responsible for the collection, processing, analysis, and dissemination of actionable information to IJM’s Bangkok and Cambodia Field Offices and partners to enhance IJM’s work with local law enforcement partners. Using information from multiple sources, the Data Analysis & Data Systems Specialist will examine casework data and crime patterns and build profiles of suspects and their activities in order to help detect, respond to, and prevent violence against the poor. The successful candidate must have a solid background in data collection and analysis; be a skilled critical thinker; have strong experience using computer programs to analyze and visualize data; possess strong communication skills; be able to thrive in a detailed, dynamic environment; and be passionate about using their skills to seek justice for the poor. This position is based in Bangkok, Thailand and may require occasional travel within Thailand and to Cambodia.

    Responsibilities

    The primary responsibilities of the Data Analysis & Data Systems Specialist include: identifying relevant sources of information, collecting and collating information and data from a variety of different sources, monitoring and supporting the effective use of field data collection, analyzing information to understand patterns of criminal activity, profiling and targeting criminals and their networks, mapping and visualizing geographical crime ‘hot spots’, identifying victims for rescue, and effectively communicating relevant and actionable information to IJM’s Bangkok and Cambodia Field Offices and partners to enhance IJM’s work with local law enforcement.

    Data Collection & Management

    ● Master IJM software programs for managing data, including: Tableau data analysis and data visualization software, IJM’s criminal information and investigative software, IJM’s Casework Tracking and Management System (CTMS), and other related M&E and data collection tools.

    ● Work with FO leaders and IJM’s headquarters-based (HQ) Analyst to develop targeted data collection requirements; to identify relevant local data sources; and to implement appropriate processes, policies and protocols for collection, analysis and dissemination of information.

    ● Collaborate with FO leaders and staff to gather targeted data and ensure the timely, consistent implementation of data collection policies and procedures;

    ● Support future development of IJM’s justice data software systems and data analysis tools.

    Data Analysis & Insights

    ● Conduct full range of analysis of complex data to identify pertinent and key criminal elements, networks, relationships, patterns and behavior, including but not limited to: detecting previously unknown victims and perpetrators, identifying high value criminal targets, ascertaining criminal tactics and techniques, distinguishing crime ‘hot spots’, and identifying trends in human trafficking for labor exploitation.

    ● Produce and distribute timely, responsive and quality data products that directly support the investigative needs of IJM’s Bangkok and Cambodia Field Offices, local law enforcement partners and non-government partners, including data visual presentations such as dashboards, spreadsheets, maps, charts and graphs.

    ● Conduct in-depth analysis of casework data from CTMS to assess performance and identify areas of needed focus and attention.

    ● Develop a thorough understanding of the laws and elements of proof for the crimes IJM government partners investigate and prosecute to assist in narrowing information gathering focus.

    Data Quality Assurance

    ● Oversee, assess and continually improve the data entry practices of the FO’s fieldwork, legal and aftercare teams.

    ● Work with FO leaders and the HQ Analyst to ensure the quality of data being collected and entered is consistent, accurate and clean.

    Training & Consultation

    ● Serve as the CTMS Point of Contact for the Bangkok Field Office, including providing basic training for newly hired fieldwork, legal and aftercare staff.

    ● Oversee the effective use of CTMS by IJM’s fieldwork, legal and aftercare teams, respond to questions about how to use CTMS, and train to fill capacity gaps as needed.

    ● Consider and advise on the better use of CTMS by each casework team and on the appropriate business processes to be implemented by each team.

    ● Coach and develop field office staff to ensure mastery of all M&E data collection and analysis tools, providing user support and monitoring on data quality.

    ● In coordination with the Bangkok Program Manager, lead rollout and training for newly developed data collection and M&E tools.

    Miscellaneous

    ● Participate in IJM’s spiritual formation, professional development, and staff care programs.

    ● Perform other related duties and tasks as assigned by the Bangkok Program Manager.

    Required Skills and Experience

    ● Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree in relevant field preferred.

    ● At least two years’ relevant data analysis experience; prior database management experience preferred.

    ● High level of proficiency in computer and technical skills; strong proficiency in Tableau preferred, knowledge or experience with other data analysis programs helpful.

    ● Excellent research skills.

    ● Demonstrated analytical capability of complex data with proven record of creating effective data analysis and data visualization products.

    ● Exceptional written and verbal communication.

    ● Fluency in English required (written and spoken); fluency in Thai strongly preferred.

    ● Proven ability to provide professional service to a variety of internal stakeholders.

    ● Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, with significant experience with Excel preferred.

    Critical Qualities

    ● Creative and analytical thinker and problem solver.

    ● Meticulous attention to detail.

    ● Objectivity, integrity, and intellectual honesty.

    ● Patient, flexible, and persistent.

    ● Committed to continuous learning.

    ● Strong interpersonal skills, cross-cultural communication, and experience or desire to work comfortably within a multi-ethnic, multi-national team.

    ● Winsome, effective team player with the ability to build strong working relationships with key partners at all levels of the organization.

    ● Disciplined with priorities, manages time and resources effectively.

    ● Professional, diplomatic, and mature in judgment and demeanor.

    ● Demonstrated interest in human rights and social justice.

    ● Able to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.

    Application

    ● Deadline: Application will be accepted until the position is filled.

    ● Only completed applications will be reviewed. A complete application includes: Job Application Form, CV, Cover Letter and four Professional References.

    ● Download Application Form: http://bit.ly/2morW4k

    ● A complete application can be submitted to: BangkokRecruiting@ijm.org


    How to apply:

    In order to apply, submit a complete application form, CV, and Cover Letter to bangkokrecruiting@ijm.org. Please specify in the subject which position you are applying for.


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    Organization: International Justice Mission
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Start Date: August 1, 2017

    Compensation: Competitive salary with benefits

    Reports : Bangkok Director of Investigations and Law Enforcement Development (DILED).

    The Mission

    International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organization that protects the vulnerable from violence by partnering with government authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen criminal justice systems so they protect the vulnerable from violence and abuse long-term. IJM is a global team of lawyers, social workers and other professionals. IJM has 17 field offices across the globe, including multiple offices in Southeast Asia.

    IJM has worked in northern Thailand through IJM’s Chiang Mai field office (FO) since 2000, partnering with government authorities on hill tribe Thai citizenship cases and cases of sexual violence against children. In 2017, IJM will establish a new field office in Bangkok that will provide support to Thai authorities to eliminate labor trafficking and forced labor from the Thai fishing and seafood industries. IJM lawyers, fieldworkers, social workers and other professionals will support Thai law enforcement, social services and the judiciary to identify and prosecute cases of forced labor and labor trafficking crimes and restore labor trafficking survivors to safety and strength.

    The Need

    IJM is seeking a talented Security Coordinator to serve a critical role in IJM’s work by assessing potential risks and proposing and implementing appropriate risk management strategies related to the safety and security of IJM personnel and the protection of IJM assets. The Security Coordinator will further provide IJM personnel with training and services to promote safety and security while engaged in casework and other activities, and assist staff in preventing, preparing for and responding to emergencies and other security concerns. The position is based in Bangkok, Thailand and may require occasional travel within Thailand. 

    Responsibilities

    General

    ● Conduct security assessments and threat analysis in the project area and where necessary provide feedback on proposed mitigation strategies for specific threats;

    ● Assist the Director of Investigations and Law Enforcement Development (DILED) in coordinating all emergency/crisis situations, providing a timely and coherent response to incidents as they arise, and communicating internally and externally as needed;

    ● Draft security strategies, security policies/standards and implementation plans for FO and HQ review and approval as necessary;

    ● Establish plans of action for the implementation and periodic review of all security policies.

    ● Monitor and document the implementation of security procedures and policies;

    ● Liaise with the FO leadership to ensure that all relevant security information is disseminated in a timely manner to the appropriate staff, field offices, field workers, Contingency Operations at HQ and SA Regional Team as required;

    ● Orient new staff, interns, fellows, volunteers and other visitors on safety and security issues related to the office and the project areas;

    ● Ensure that IJM personnel have the necessary training and support at all times to deal with and mitigate risks and threats that arise in their work;

    ● Maintain close links with all departments to ensure that all projects are implemented with the highest degree of staff safety and security;

    ● Assess and provide recommendations on security related equipment for the office and the field, and work with the equipment custodian for replace or repair when needed.

    Office Security

    ● Conduct security assessments and threat analysis for the office location as required, and where necessary provide feedback on proposed mitigation strategies for specific threats;

    ● Monitor office equipment related to staff security (including but not limited to – vehicles, fire safety systems, office entry-exit access system etc.,) to ensure the safety of the staff;

    ● Provide or coordinate training of IJM personnel to prepare for evacuation, fire and other safety and security incidents;

    ● Design and implement a policy to screen and mitigate security risks related to the visitors and vendors coming in to the office;

    Field Security

    ● Ensure all staff who travel to the field have needed security assessments and risk mitigation support when on duty;

    ● Communicate promptly as needed with staff on field related to security;

    ● During rescue operations, perform the role of the Security Officer, coordinating security related logistics and ensuring the security of all staff and clients;

    ● Provide ongoing field security trainings to the all teams/personnel who travel to the field; and monitor and document compliance of the field security policies by all staff.

    ● Assess the security of existing and potential partner organizations that will have direct contact with clients, in collaboration with the respective teams, and provide recommendations;

    ● Assess the security of external locations where IJM will be hosting events (as requested);

    ● Draft and implement policies for background checks of any staff or volunteers with direct access to clients, in collaboration with the Deputy Field Office Director (DFOD);

    Administrative Duties

    ● Ensure that all reports, correspondence, and similar documents are communicated to the Directors in a timely manner;

    ● Manage administrative, logistic and budgetary issues related to safety and security programs/procedures;

    ● Perform other related duties as required by the managing Directors.

    Required Skills and Experience

    ● Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred.

    ● Professional security or risk assessment training preferred.

    ● Experience conducting security assessments and delivering security services.

    ● Demonstrated leadership experience.

    ● Excellent written and spoken English and Thai required.

    ● Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, particularly Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.

    ● Strong analytical, organizational and facilitation skills and attention to detail.

    Critical Qualities

    ● Professional presentation in demeanor and written and oral communication.

    ● Exceptionally high level of honesty and integrity.

    ● Meticulous attention to detail, sound judgment, ability to take initiative and provide constructive feedback, and strong analytical and problem-solving skills.

    ● Disciplined with priorities and works well under deadline pressures.

    ● Excellent interpersonal skills, cross-cultural communication, and experience or desire to work comfortably within a multi-ethnic team.

    ● Highly developed organizational and leadership skills; willingness to initiate actions and ideas, with exceptional follow-through.

    ● Sustained positive attitude.

    ● Passionate commitment to and understanding of IJM mission.

    Application

    ● Deadline: Application will be accepted until the position is filled.

    ● Only completed applications will be reviewed. A complete application includes: Job Application Form, CV, Cover Letter and four Professional References.

    ● Download Application Form: http://bit.ly/2morW4k

    ● A complete application can be submitted to: BangkokRecruiting@ijm.org


    How to apply:

    In order to apply, submit a complete application form, CV, and Cover Letter to bangkokrecruiting@ijm.org. Please specify in the subject which position you are applying for.


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    Organization: International Justice Mission
    Country: Thailand
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Start Date: As soon as possible

    Compensation: Competitive salary with benefits

    Report: Director of Investigations and Law Enforcement Development (DILED)

    The Mission

    International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organization that protects the vulnerable from violence by partnering with government authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen criminal justice systems so they protect the vulnerable from violence and abuse long-term. IJM is a global team of lawyers, social workers and other professionals. IJM has 17 field offices across the globe, including multiple offices in Southeast Asia.

    IJM has worked in northern Thailand through IJM’s Chiang Mai field office (FO) since 2000, partnering with government authorities on hill tribe Thai citizenship cases and cases of sexual violence against children. In 2017, IJM will establish a new field office in Bangkok that will provide support to Thai authorities to eliminate labor trafficking and forced labor from the Thai fishing and seafood industries. IJM lawyers, fieldworkers, social workers and other professionals will support Thai law enforcement, social services and the judiciary to identify and prosecute cases of forced labor and labor trafficking crimes and restore labor trafficking survivors to safety and strength.

    The Need

    IJM is seeking a skilled professional with prior experience working for a Thai police agency or significant law enforcement support experience with an NGO for the Police Liaison position. This position will be responsible for serving as a coordination and communications liaison between IJM’s Director of Investigations and Law Enforcement Development (DILED) and IJM’s Thai law enforcement partners regarding cases of labor trafficking in the Thai fishing and seafood industries. The Police Liaison will ensure smooth and effective communication and coordination between IJM and Thai law enforcement officials. The position is based in Bangkok, Thailand and will require travel within Thailand. This position reports to the Bangkok Director of Investigations and Law Enforcement Development (DILED).

    Responsibilities

    ● Ensure smooth and effective written and spoken communications and coordination between IJM Bangkok’s Law Enforcement Coordination team and Thai law enforcement agency partners;

    ● Develop and maintain strong networks and professional relationships with officials from Thai law enforcement agencies to support the development, investigation, and prosecution of human trafficking cases;

    ● Compile and write professional-level reports in Thai and in English for submission to IJM staff or Thai government officials;

    ● Competently work with various databases, record management systems, communication networks, and other equipment;

    ● Collaborate regularly with members of IJM Bangkok’s legal, law enforcement coordination, and aftercare departments on cases;

    ● Develop a thorough working knowledge of relevant laws and criminal procedures regarding labor trafficking cases;

    ● Develop a thorough working knowledge of the methods of human traffickers and the methods and techniques used to gather information and evidence to document labor trafficking crimes effectively;

    ● Participate in external meetings and events as needed;

    ● Maintain strict confidentiality of all fieldwork, fieldwork strategies, and other privileged and sensitive information;

    ● Comply with all IJM and Thai government requirements;

    ● Carry out additional assignments as required by the DILED.

    Required Skills and Experience

    ● Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or other relevant field from an accredited university;

    ● Fluency or high proficiency in spoken and written communication in both English and in Thai;

    ● Exceptional written and oral communication skills;

    ● Prior work experience in the criminal justice sector strongly preferred;

    ● Prior experience providing Thai-English/English-Thai interpretation and translation strongly preferred;

    ● High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office applications;

    ● No criminal record;

    ● Valid driver’s license and passport (or able to obtain).

    Critical Qualities

    ● Professional presentation in demeanor and written and spoken communication;

    ● Exceptionally high level of honesty and integrity;

    ● Excellent interpersonal skills;

    ● Meticulous attention to detail, sound judgment, ability to take initiative and provide constructive feedback, and strong analytical and problem-solving skills;

    ● Diplomatic and flexible;

    ● Disciplined with priorities and works well under deadline pressures;

    ● Excellent cross-cultural communication skills and experience or desire to work comfortably within a multi-ethnic, multi-national team;

    ● Sustained positive attitude;

    ● Passionate commitment to and understanding of IJM mission.

    Application

    ● Deadline: Application will be accepted until the position is filled.

    ● Only completed applications will be reviewed. A complete application includes: Job Application Form, CV, Cover Letter and four Professional References.

    ● Download Application Form: http://bit.ly/2morW4k

    ● A complete application can be submitted to: BangkokRecruiting@ijm.org


    How to apply:

    In order to apply, submit a complete application form, CV, and Cover Letter to bangkokrecruiting@ijm.org. Please specify in the subject which position you are applying for.


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    Organization: Plan International UK
    Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Closing date: 14 Aug 2017

    Plan International UK strives to advance children’s rights and equality for girls all over the world. Working together with children, young people, our supporters and partners, we strive for a just world, tackling the root causes of the challenges facing girls and all vulnerable children. We have been building powerful partnerships for children for 80 years, and are now active in more than 70 countries.

    The Policy and Programmes Directorate supports our aims by ensuring that we deliver the highest quality policy and programmes. We constantly enhance programme quality and effectiveness, raise income from institutional donors (like the British Government), and drive change through setting and influencing policy agendas.

    It is an exciting time to join as we implement a range of ambitious plans designed to make us ‘the’ best among our peers. We are recruiting a Grants Finance Accountant to support our Disaster Risk Management Unit with the management of compliance and financial risks relating to donor-funded grants, contracts and other awards.

    This support will cover the entire award lifecycle, from proposal/bid stage, through to delivery, reporting, and audit, to ensure each stage is carried out to as high a standard as possible, This will include assisting with the development of programme proposal budgets, budget modifications and contract revisions, supporting the completion of donor due diligence, and helping build the capacity of Plan International colleagues in compliance with donor regulations and broader requirements. This will include travel for up to 30 days per year to Country Offices to support projects, including those in insecure environments.

    You will have significant experience in a finance related role in an INGO environment and within the humanitarian context, managing grants from donors such as DFID and ECHO. You will be familiar with Value for Money and International Aid Transparency Initiatives and either hold, or be working towards, a CCAB recognised qualification.

    The deadline for applications is 9:00am on Monday 14 August 2017

    Interviews will take place on Tuesday 29 August 2017

    Due to the nature of our work with children, we follow rigorous child protection policies and procedures in our recruitment process. As a result, some of our roles are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure by the Disclosure and Barring Service. A criminal record will not necessarily bar you from joining us as an employee or volunteer; this will depend on the circumstances of any offences.


    How to apply:

    https://plan-uk.org/jobs-and-volunteering


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