LOOKING FOR A CAREER THAT MAKES THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE?
World Vision is a community of passionate people who determined to help the most vulnerable children overcome poverty and injustice to experience fullness of like. We work in nearly 100 countries, making us one of the largest international humanitarian organisations in the world.
What We Do
Grounded in more than 70 years of experience and expertise, World Vision works alongside communities, supporters, partners and governments to change the way the world works for children, focusing on three specific areas: emergency relief, transformational development and promotion of justice.
Why We Do It
We are inspired and motivated by our faith. We believe in upholding, restoring and honouring the dignity and value of every human being, and we work alongside the most vulnerable as a demonstration of God’s love.
World Vision serves all people—without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, gender, language, religion, political opinion, national or social origin, or other status.
Why Work at World Vision
- Purpose-driven, passion-fueled work
Even on the toughest days at work, you’ll end the day knowing that what you did today made a difference in someone’s life.
Whatever your skills and expertise, it will be used to make an impact. You’ll also be kept sharp with lots of learning opportunities and exciting work!
- Forge long-lasting relationships
The people make the place, and the people here are like family. Not just our staff team, but our supporters and those we serve too.
Purpose of the Job
Programme Coordinator is responsible to support World Vision Malaysia (WVM) funded programmes/projects through promoting and strengthening trust and relationship with the countries National Offices (NOs) and supporting the field in technical Design, Monitoring and Evaluation (DME), as well as in funding to ensure support is provided to enhance quality and sustainability of the programmes.
- Review reports such as annual and semi-annual reports as well as budgets and carry-forward submitted by Field Office (FO) of their Area Programmes (AP) to ensure programme oversight and fiduciary responsibility
- Review and provide input into strategy documents, technical programmes, evaluation reports of technical programmes, and area programme plans to support Field Offices
- Function as the focal point for higher level programme issues, contextual information, consultation, field visits and initiatives about a country
- Build and manage relationships with FO staff and AP staff to encourage transparency and mutual understanding and application of quality design, monitoring and evaluation (DME) standards
- Support and promote resource allocation and engagement strategy to help provide direction for WVM in continued support to National Offices
- Provide information to internal teams for reporting to donors for accountability and to increase awareness about the progress and impact of the ADP's development
- Assist in coordinating the field office funding commitments of WVM's funded programme and projects
- Assist in monitoring and coordinating all response to International Humanitarian Emergency Action
- Support other internal departments’ needs for information from WVM funded programmes and projects
- Candidate must possess Diploma/Degree in development studies or any related field
- Minimum two (2) years of working experience in NGO or related work
- Good working command of spoken and written English
- Good attention to detail and needs to be a quick learner
- Good financial knowledge and excel skills
- Good planning and coordination skills
- Good networking and collaboration/relationship building skills
- Able to work independently as well as being a team player