Intern (Victim Assistance Project – Korean National Only) – Readvertisement

ARMAC


Project Objective 1: To promote the establishment of victim assistance network as a regional platform for various stakeholders among ASEAN

  • Support Project Officer in providing logistic and other administrative arrangements for consultative meetings;

  • Support Project Officer in providing logistic and other administrative arrangements for inception meeting and regional workshop;

  • Support the Project Officer and Project Manager in developing documentary video capturing the voices of victims and context of mine/ERW impact in each affected AMS; and

  • Assist the Project Manager and Project Officer in developing TOR of regional victim assistance network

Project Objective 2: To assist the ASEAN Member States (AMS) on the victim-assistance-related knowledge sharing, need/s and resource/s assessment and possibility of its mobilisation.

  • Support Project Officer in providing logistic and other administrative arrangements for inception meetings and regional workshops;

  • Assist the Project Officer and Project Manager to produce an overview of victim assistance and regional victim assistance network in ASEAN;

  • Assist the Project Officer and the Project Manager to organise Expo of Victim Assistance Providers alongside with the second workshop; and

  • Assist the Project Officer and the Project Manager to produce a package of VA country profile sheets and Guideline to Enhance VA.

Project Objective 3: To assess the needs of the victims of mine/ERW in the affected AMS for further assistance

Support Project Officer in providing logistic and administrative supports to:

  • Conduct of national workshops on supports (including medical, physical rehabilitation, psychosocial support) to mine/ERW victim in Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam by securing participation from medical physicians and professional and victim assistance stakeholders from the mine/ERW affected AMS;
  • Conduct field visits to and focus group discussions with victims of mines/ERW, and meetings with medical and rehabilitation providers in the affected provinces;
  • Develop reports of the national workshops and field visits including focus group discussions;
  • Develop a proposal of “needs based assistance to victims of mine/ERW”; and
  • Submit the proposal to potential donor/donors. Project Objective 4:** To assist the ASEAN Member States (AMS) in providing psychosocial supports to the victims of mine/ERW
    Support Project Officer in providing logistic and administrative supports to:

  • Conduct Professionals Skill Transfer Programme to provide lecture to doctors, nurse specialists, allied health professionals and medical students on psychosocial supports.

  • Conduct Train-the-trainer for psychosocial supports to health care workers from the provincial hospitals and patient rehabilitation centres.

  • Conduct Community Health Workshops to community leaders, peer leaders and others who has contact with victims of mine/ERW.

  • Conduct continuing Training for Master Trainers to for master trainers as change champions in their respective hospitals/centre.

  • Document good practices and replicate the tailored programme to other affected AMS including Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Viet Nam.

Project Objective 5: To conduct research regarding the “Mine Victim Assistance Inclusive Services in Cambodia,” as well as “Community Perspectives of Humanitarian Mine Action in Laos and Viet Nam”

  • Support Project Officer in providing logistic and administrative support to organise a workshop to disseminate research findings –only when requested.

The Intern who is Fresh Graduates and/or Last Year Graduate Students, will be based in ARMAC Permanent Secretariat, and all supports will be delivered via the Secretariat. In addition to support to the project, the Intern may be given an opportunity to gain knowledge related to mine action and ASEAN mechanism, as well as working experience with ARMAC. Therefore, the Intern will also involve in some day-to-day work in ARMAC during his/her internship programme.

How to apply

Report to : Project Manager

Contract period : 3-6 months

Interested applicants can download the detailed Position Description (PD) from the ARMAC’s website or request from, and send the application indicating the applied position together with a detailed curriculum vitae, 500-words of motivation letter, university letter of enrolment OR graduation certificate , copy of passport with a recent photograph and a medical certificate of good health (upon acceptance)to the following address or email address:

ASEAN Regional Mine Action Center (ARMAC) #29, Street 115, Sangkat Veal Vong, Khan 7 Makara, Phnom Penh, Cambodia; Email: [email protected]

To learn more about ARMAC please visit our website: http://aseanmineaction.org

Application Deadline: 31 December 2021 (5.00pm local time – GMT+7).

Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be notified for further interview.

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