Capital Assistance Programme Coordinator


Job title: Capital Assistance Programme Coordinator (CAP) (HCM City based)


Since arriving in Vietnam (1989) and Mongolia (1997), Christina and her foundation have established over 160 projects providing education, healthcare and community development humanitarian services to vulnerable and destitute children and their families and poor rural communities. To date these projects have assisted almost 900,000 children and collectively have impacted the lives of over 1,000,000 children and adults.

Among sixteen running projects and programmes, Capital Assistance Programme (CAP) aims at providing poor and remote rural areas in the Southern and Central Highlands provinces of Vietnam with essential infrastructure including schools, medical stations, community recreational areas, water supply facilities, and microfinance programme, and other facilities beneficial to disadvantaged rural communities. We are recruiting a suitable candidate for the position of CAP Coordinator who will be responsible for the implementation and development of the Foundation’s CAP to ensure the projects are implemented under control and in compliance with the CNCF’s projects guidelines/ procedures.


A. Project management (including Rural Water Programme and infrastructure-related construction)

  • Be responsible for overall management of CAP, including the planning, budgeting, implementation and evaluation of the projects.
  • Be responsible for compiling project proposals (in English) in accordance with CNCF standards as well as providing well-informed responses and justification to any question until the proposals are approved for funding.
  • Conduct necessary project visits (possibly before, during and after project’s completion) to ensure the project implementation and project quality meet CNCF standard.
  • Collaborate with local partners so as to proceed the programmes as planned.
  • Advise and/or reconcile requirements from sponsors/fundraising offices with local collaborative partners.
  • Keep the projects’ filing system up to date and always accessible for CNCF Management to review.
  • Keep updated of and advise the BOM on any significant change in related laws and regulations that may affect the programme operation.
  • Consult to BOM for any constructional activity occurred within CNCF projects and programmes.
  • Liaise with other project managers/coordinators to organize community development activities which take place at the newly completed capital projects.

B. Staff management

  • Provide guidance, orientation and support to project team members to understand and follow CNCF Mission, Vision and Programme Standard.
  • Provide team members with technical supports.

C. Liaison and Partnership

  • Maintain relationships with external communities including project partners.
  • Ensure the efficient operation of the program in provinces by liaising with local partners regarding to home visits, information collection and resource connection.

E. Marketing and Fund-raising

  • Support the Marketing and Communication team in fund-raising activities to look for and approaching potential donors.
  • Provide projects related information and support in Marcomms campaign when required.
  • Understand and ensure that all requirements of donors and sponsors of projects in charge are met.


  • A minimum of five (5) years-experience in community development project management, especially with infrastructure-related construction expertise in rural areas.
  • Excellent communication skills in English and Vietnamese and in both writing and speaking.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, especially working with governmental partners.
  • Good sense of figures and logics.
  • Good analytical and problem solving ability.
  • Good computer skills - (word processor, spreadsheet, etc.).
  • Good at multi-task working, i.e ability to manage diverse workload.
  • Ability to work independently and under pressure.
  • Team work spirit.

Desired traits:

  • Knowledge of Vietnamese construction procedures and the like.
  • Knowledge of Non-Government Organization (NGO) operation.
  • Positive thinking.
  • Guidance and leadership.


Interested qualified candidates are invited to send their detailed resumes and cover letters with photo in English, including copies of relevant degrees, certificates to:

Office Manager (Ms Thanh Vo)
The Christina Noble Children’s Foundation
38 Tu Xuong Street, Ward 7, District 3, HCMC

Or to email: [email protected]

* We thank all applicants but only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.

15 December 2020

Job Details
Organisation Name: 
Ho Chi Minh
Application Deadline: 
Tue, 2020-12-15