Blossom House Supervisor



Humanitarian Services for Children of Vietnam (HSCV) is seeking a Vietnamese National to fill the position of Blossom House Supervisor in Tay Ho, Ha Noi.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Oversee the daily and long-term management of the Blossom House (BH) in accordance to the organizational guidelines. This includes
    • Supervise staff; ensure the collaboration among staff and the smooth operation of the foster home
    • Support the staff to resolve problems if any
    • Ensure staff development via coaching, team building activities and by seeking outside training opportunities
  • Oversee volunteers/interns to
  • Liaise with governmental authorities, and partner organizations
  • Receive visitors and support donor reporting
  • Manage the house finances within a set budget

The BH Supervisor will report directly to the Executive Director and the relevant Program Manager and will assist the Executive Director with the development and implementation of strategic plans for the Foster Home. The BH Supervisor will also assist with fundraising activities and developing grant proposals.

Minimum Qualification and Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor degree in Social work, Development, Management, Public health, Education or Communications or related field
  • Some managerial and/or consulting experience
  • Experience working within the field of Social Work
  • Experience working with NGOs, or other Non-profit organizations
  • Proficiency in English

Preferred Skills/Qualifications:

  • Human resources management skills and experience
  • Strong computer skills: MS Office, internet and ability to learn new programs
  • Basic accounting skills
  • Strong team work skills; conflict and problem solving skills
  • Strong communication, training and team leading skills
  • Experience working within Western managed organizations and donors

Personal Traits of an Ideal Candidate

  • Must enjoy children
  • Strong leadership skills and have the ability to motivate staff
  • Effectively deal with local authorities at all levels
  • Hard working and have genuine interest in helping others
  • Demonstrate high level of trustworthiness, honesty, empathy
  • Determined, result oriented and ability to work under high pressure
  • Commitment to social welfare awareness and possess a deep knowledge of social welfare issues

Compensation and Benefits

  • Salary based on qualifications and previous experience
  • Free lunch provided
  • State Health Insurance provided
  • Motorbike insurance provided after one year of employment
  • Some weekend work is required
  • National Holidays off as well as 12 personal days in the first year, 22 personal days every year after

How to apply

Send a Cover Letter, CV, letters of recommendation and any other supporting documents to Program Manager Ms. Pham Quynh Trang at [email protected]. Application should be in English. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. No phone calls please.

Deadline and Starting Date

The Deadline for application is Friday, February 19, 2021

A successful candidate can start immediately.

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Fri, 2021-02-19