Lowongan AHA CENTRE di Myanmar


Job Title         : National Training Officer
Position Base : Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
Reporting To  : National Project Manager
Supervising    : None
Duration         : 1 year with possible extension

Broad Statement of Function
A. Develop and design training curriculum, organise and facilitate trainings to strengthen local capacity in Providing Humanitarian Assistance to Support the Repatriation Process in the areas of disaster management and preparedness and response;
B. Carry out any other relevant assignments as tasked by the AHA Centre Executive Director or other designated officers;
C. Comply with the AHA Centre’s and Department of Disaster Management of Myanmar (DDM)’s Rules and Regulations
Primary Responsibilities
A. Develop training curriculum, organise and facilitate trainings to strengthen local capacity in the areas of disaster management and preparedness and response
1. In coordination with the AHA Centre and DDM, work with relevant internal/external party(ies) in developing and designing curriculum for capacity building related to safe, secure and dignified repatriation,
2. Organise workshops with relevant stakeholders in Myanmar to understand training needs;
3. Document and maintain participants’ database;
B. Carry out activities pertaining to trainings, specifically on disaster emergency preparedness and response, with focus on the strengthening Myanmar local government
1. Conduct general preparation, implementation, evaluation and documentation of training i.e Curriculum Development Workshop, Training of Trainers, and Local Capacity Building Course;
2. Support DDM in selection process of training participants and delivery of training;
3. Evaluate the effectiveness of training and modify materials as appropriate, to ensure that the training output comply with key success indicators;
4. Deliver high quality and professional training including training materials;
5. Ensure that the training plan and schedule are implemented in line with the project;
6. Support the Project Manager in monitoring the utilisation of budget allocated to the training as well as develop activity report;
7. Ensure that spending are aligned with approved budget and adheres to AHA Centre policy on ‘Zero Tolerance for Corruption’.
8. Review and provide inputs for improvement on the local capacity building course manual and guideline.
C. Carry out any other relevant assignments as tasked by the AHA Centre Executive Director and Director-General of DDM Myanmar or other designated officers
1. Contribute to the AHA Centre’s collective efforts by accomplishing related duties
as needed.
D. Comply with the AHA Centre’s and DDM’s Rules and Regulations.
1. Conduct him/herself according to the AHA Centre’s and DDM Myanmar’s vision, mission, values, and policies;
2. Adhere to all necessary aspects of corporate affairs within the organization, such as administration, human resources, legal, finance as well as programme
development and management, communications, M&E, and contribute to emergency operations as required.
E. Provide advice, assistance and information related to training to the supervisor and other divisions within the organisation, where and when necessary;
1. Contribute to the development of project reports;
2. Maintain communication linkages and rapport with peer‐level officers in the Government of Myanmar and the AHA Centre.

General Qualifications
Preferably Master’s Degree in training design and development. Background in designing training in the disaster management and humanitarian assistance field is an advantage.
 Minimum of 3 years’ experience in designing and developing training including development of assessment tools, learning strategies, training needs analysis
 Ability to work with government, various international organisations, and partners,
 Prior experience in dealing with ASEAN and other institutions involved in disaster management operations and training will be an advantage;
 Prior experience working or good network relationship with DDM is an advantage;
 Solid understanding of concepts, knowledge and issues on the ASEAN regional disaster management mechanisms;
 Strong command of the English and Myanmar language, both spoken and written;
 Computer literacy and proficiency in using Microsoft Office tools.

Competency Profile
Core Competency
 Teamwork: Ability to build trust and respect among fellow team members and contribute to the resolution of workplace conflict;
 Communications and interpersonal skills: Ability to expresses thoughts clearly, accurately and succinctly in verbal and in writing to different audiences, and ability to
relate well with others and to maintain relations with cordiality and diplomacy;
 Effective problem solving and decision-making skills: Ability to use sound judgment and initiative, develop options and achieve outcomes;
 Analytical skills: Ability to gather and analyse information and solve problems by using a logical and systematic approach;
 Organisational awareness: Ability to align thinking and actions to organisational values;
 Flexibility and adaptability: Ability to respond positively to change and new organisational practices, structures, procedures and technology;
 Personal credibility: Has high regards for self-discipline, good attendance record, respect punctuality and set example to others, show consistency in words and actions, has high integrity and is conscientious;
 Meticulous: Ability to show great attention to details, when doing routine work as well as when working under pressure;
 Ability to work in a multi‐cultural setting: Ability to interact effectively with people from different cultures, including but not limited to maintain a day-to-day coordination to the relevant staff members; and
 Ability to work under pressure: Ability to remain efficient and productive under pressure, including but not limited to conducting in-country and international travels as necessary;
Technical Competency
 Good understanding on the concept of curriculum development and adult learning principles
 Excellent proficiency in verbal and written English
 Excellent skills in facilitating training courses including the use of visual aid
 Good understanding of disaster emergency assessment, preparedness and response operations;
 Knowledge of and familiarity with disaster preparedness and response concepts and operations;
 Exposure to disaster emergency response operations;
 Basic knowledge and understanding of concepts of information and communications technology;
 Good regional and international awareness of developments in disaster management

The AHA Centre urgently invites the best, most-talented and highly-motivated individuals from ASEAN Member States to apply for this position.

You may apply by sending your application to admin@ahacentre.org, highlighting your

suitability and potential contribution to the position together with a detailed CV, certified true copies of educational certificates obtained, and completed the AHA Centre Application
Form, which can be downloaded at www.ahacentre.org/opportunities.
Please ensure that the total size of your email including attachments is no more than 5 MB.
Please indicate the name of the position that you are applying for on the subject of your email. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Application papers should reach us by 14 August 2019.
The Selection Panel's decision is final and only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
For more information on AHA Centre, please visit www.ahacentre.org.


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