Policy Searcher

Reference number: INT3526
The post is offered on a 2-year contract, based in Hanoi

The Role: To support Oxfam International programme in Viet Nam and linkage in the region by conducting, managing and communicating high quality research and analysis on key poverty and development trends in the country and the Mekong region.

Reports to: Programme Coordinator for Advocacy and Communications

The requirements:
- Sound understanding of development and poverty issues, especially sound grasp of  macro-economics and economic analysis as they relate to poverty and development
- Proven track record in producing high quality research, policy briefing papers
- Thorough understanding of research methodologies and skills with an ability to train/coach and transfer skills to others
- Experience in managing other researchers and/or research projects (including managing commissioned researchers), ensuring high standards of delivery
- Outstanding written and verbal communications skills, with an ability to simplify complex concepts both verbally and orally in order to influence others
- Strong understanding of and proven commitment to gender and diversity issues
- A well-developed network of relevant academic and applied research contacts to draw on
- Fluency in written and spoken English and Vietnamese
- Good computer skills

Gross Annual Salary Range:            US$ 13,100 – US$ 17,995
The closing date for application:          January 12th, 2010

How to Apply:
Interested candidates can apply online, please visit: http://www.oxfam.org.uk/jobs (page Work with us - Current Vacancies, quote reference: INT3526.  Application Form is under article “MORE INFO”) or send a cover letter, Application Form, and copies of relevant degrees to:

Oxfam Great Britain, Floor 5, 22 Le Dai Hanh, Hanoi
Email: [email protected]

Oxfam offers an attractive benefit package. We regret that only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

Oxfam GB is an equal opportunity employer

Job Details
Organisation Name: 
Oxfam GB
Ha Noi
Application Deadline: 
Tue, 2010-01-12