Thông báo Tuyển dụng Nhân viên IT – Deadline: 04/05/2024

Job Announcement of IT Officer 

[The vacancy will be closed when it’s filled]

Habitat for Humanity International was founded in the United States in 1976. Habitat now works in 1,400 communities across the U.S. and in nearly 70 countries and has helped 6.8 million people achieve strength, stability and independence through safe, decent and affordable shelter. 

Habitat Vietnam has been working in Vietnam since 2001. For 20+ years, Habitat Vietnam has been delivering holistic housing approach to Vietnamese people, especially vulnerable groups by supporting and empowering communities to take ownership in improving their living conditions. Since then, Habitat Vietnam has served nearly 61,000 families through housing interventions, water and sanitation, post-disaster recovery, and nearly 245,000 people through capacity building.   

Our vision: A world where everyone has a decent place to live. 

Our mission: Seeking to put God’s love into action Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. 

Our core values: Humility, Courage, and Accountabilities 

For more details, please visit us: http://www.habitat.org/   |   https://habitatvietnam.org/  

Habitat Vietnam is committed to managing operations and stakeholders so as not to harm the community and beneficiaries. We are committed to preventing, monitoring and eliminating risks, and strictly handling violations (Safeguarding Policy). Therefore, our recruitment process will require candidates to provide criminal records and contact information of 03 managers they have worked with for reference check. 

We recruit people based on the suitable knowledge, skills, and experience compared to job requirements and the candidates’ commitment to share Habitat’s values. Recruitment and work opportunities are fair for candidates regardless of age, origin, race, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability,… 

Candidates who are interested in Habitat’s Vision & Mission and qualified for the job please send us your comprehensive CV & Cover Letter in English highlighting your interest and capabilities to application@habitatvietnam.orgDeadline for submission: May 4, 2024

Please also mention in the CV/Cover Letter the contact details (including telephone number and email) of 3 referees including the most recent direct supervisors.  

All potential candidates are welcome. However, your application form will be screened and only suitable candidates will be contacted.  

Work Location:  HCMC Office with some domestic & international travels as assigned by the Organization 
Report to  Head of Finance 
Supervise  None 
Department  Finance 

JOB SUMMARY 

  • Providing IT trouble shooting to enable users operating well on their computers and connection to network/system. 
  • Proposing solutions of suitable technical features of IT infrastructure (hardware, software, cloud services, connection approaches) to non IT management for non-stop operations of the organization. 
  • Implementing approved solutions including IT procurement for IT infrastructure to ensure smooth communication and connection within the organization and with external individuals/organizations. This includes protecting Habitat’s data and information in a safe and secure manner.    
  • Be responsible for managing and maintaining the organization’s Office 365 services, including Exchange Online, Azure AD, SharePoint, and OneDrive. 

KEY FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES 

CONTRIBUTING TO ORGANIZATIONAL (HFHV) SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 

  • Analyzing existing status and propose solutions of suitable technical features of IT infrastructure (hardware, software, connection approaches) to non IT management for non-stop operations of the organization.  
  • Support deployment of ERP from global to country level. 
  • Manage and maintain the organization’s Office 365 services, including Exchange Online, Azure AD, SharePoint, and OneDrive. 

KEY FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Providing daily IT troubleshooting and support to enable users to operate well on their computers and connect to the network/system. 
  • Conducting installation of IT equipment & provide technical assistance and guideline to computer users of HFHV to ensure effective usage and fully compliance to HFHI license policy:

a. Oversee the daily performance of computer systems.  

b. Set up equipment for employee use, performing or ensuring proper installation of cables, operating systems, or appropriate software. 

c. Install and perform minor repairs to hardware, software, or peripheral equipment, following design or installation specifications. 

d. Set up license management tool and periodically check un-licensed software in HFHV laptops & computers. 

  • Analyzing, testing, troubleshooting, and evaluating existing network systems, such as local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), cloud and Internet systems or a segment of a network system. Perform network maintenance to ensure networks operate correctly with minimal interruption:

a. Making Back up of network data 

b. Configuring security settings or access permissions for groups or individuals. 

c. Monitoring and maintaining network/router equipment of the organization along with upgrading to the latest stable firmware releases, securing network systems by establishing and enforcing policies/firewall, 

d. Maintaining or updating configuration of servers in 3 offices of HCMC, HN, and Quang Nam to ensure smooth running/access to those servers in all the time. 

  • Managing HFH email accounts, including creating and disabling accounts as needed for new and departing staff members. Providing assistance to users in setting up email accounts, managing email features and functions, and ensuring compliance with HFHV email policies and procedures. Data Management: 

a. Plan, conduct and apply various approaches to ensure data are periodically backed up or saved on HFHV’s server/sharepoint 

b. Develop a metadata taxonomy that will be used to classify and organize documents. This should include a standardized set of metadata fields that are relevant to HFHV’s documents management needs. Follow up and ensure website domain is continuously maintained and updated. 

c. Follow up anti-virus software update at individual computer/laptop. 

d. Conduct risk assessment & propose solutions to ensure important data of HFHV are double protected for business continuity. 

e. Support Microsoft Teams, One Drive for Business, SharePoint Library/sites sync issues and work with the users to recover data lost. 

f. Under instruction from Country Director, set users’ permission to access data on server. 

g. Manage and develop the in-house Leave system  

  • Working with suppliers for anti-virus license, email server, website hosting to ensure continuous update and running. Managing purchases and payments of services to those suppliers. 
  • Studying and recommending suitable applications to enhance working/meeting/training effectiveness. 
  • Delivering IT policies/regulations awareness/IT Usages/Cyber security awareness training and regularly conduct refreshing to all staff. 
  • Stay current with emerging technologies and industry trends, making recommendations for updates and upgrades as necessary. 
  • Manage and maintain the organization’s security and data management procedures to ensure the integrity and confidentiality. 

IT ASSET MANAGEMENT 

  • Implement procurements of IT equipment, software, license in accordance with HFHV Procurement Policy & Procedure. 
  • Plan and manage IT asset management to ensure IT equipment are sufficiently covered by property insurance, non-use equipment liquidated properly.

IMPLEMENTING CROSS-FUNCTIONS RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • In collaboration with Admin Officer and Finance team to complete annual asset inventory check.

MANAGING AND IMPLEMENTING COMPLIANCE 

  • Complying with procedures and requirements of Procurement Policy to implement purchases of IT hardware, software and services. Making registration of asset where necessary for those purchased properties. 
  • Study and abide with requirements of Ethics Covenant, Safeguarding, Child Protection, PSEAH policies all the time of employment with Habitat and supporting implementation of these policy provisions. 
  • Engage in and maintain a safe working relationships with colleagues and local partners in accordance with HFH Vietnam policies. 
  • Respect and safeguard the rights & dignities of all people, and protect our staff members, volunteers, partners, beneficiaries, research participants, and community members (especially vulnerable adults and children) from bullying, sexual abuse & exploitation, and sexual harassment.  
  • Be able to recognize and be alert for the signs of potential safeguarding misconduct. Being an HFH employee, you have a responsibility to report potential safeguarding misconduct.

WORKING CONDITION AND CONTEXT 

  • The job requires office based working and frequent interact with all levels in the organization, and multi-cultural and international standards within HFHI. 
  • This job also has some domestic & international travels as assigned by the Organization 

CRITICAL JOB REQUIREMENTS 

Minimum experience & Technical competencies 

  • College/University degree in either or both Network and Computer System or equivalent. 
  • Knowledge of circuit boards, processors, chips, electronic equipment, and computer hardware and software, including applications and programming. 
  • Knowledge of transmission, broadcasting, switching, control, and operation of telecommunications systems. 
  • Knowledge of risks identification and mitigations for network and data security. 
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office 365, Azure AD, Onedrive, sharepoint and website administration, knowledge of power platforms (power apps, power automation) is an added advantage.  
  • Minimum 2 years of experience in trouble shooting of network and computer system operations. 

Business competencies 

  • Proficient knowledge & skills in using word, excel, powerpoint, email, internet…. 
  • Intermediate level of Organizing skills,  
  • Good analytical thinking and Problem solving skills  
  • Proficient business communication in both Vietnamese & English 
  • Intermediate level of managing relationship 

Work style 

The job requires: 

  • The job requires Customer service oriented. 
  • High sense of confidentiality and tasks ownership. 
  • Proactive self-development and continuous learning.

Physical condition 

  • The job requires normal physical condition to work in office and also has some domestic & international travels as assigned by the Organization. 

 

AT HABITAT WE COMMIT TO PROVIDE PEOPLE WITH FOLLOWING VALUES 

  1. Competitive salary and benefits comparing with other iNGOs in Vietnam   
  1. Open, collaborative and supportive working environment 
  1. Experiencing meaning of community development through Habitat’s projects 

 

[Call for Consultancy] – Promoting Safe Building Materials over Asbestos

TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR) 

CALL FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICE FOR RESEARCH  

Exploring Factors and Context to Promote the Use of safe construction materials as a solution to asbestos-containing materials.  

ABOUT THE HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INTERNATIONAL 

Driven by the vision that everyone has a decent place to live, Habitat for Humanity International began in the United States in 1976 as a grassroots effort. Habitat for Humanity International now works in 1,400 communities across the U.S. and nearly 70 countries and has helped 6.8 million people achieve strength, stability, and independence through safe, decent, and affordable shelter. 

Habitat Vietnam, a branch of Habitat for Humanity International, has been working in Vietnam since 2001. For more than 20 years of operating in the country, Habitat Vietnam has been delivering a holistic approach to housing by supporting and empowering communities to take ownership in improving their living conditions and enabling them to have improved well-being, affordability, access to basic housing-related services, climate change resilience, and self-reliance. 

Habitat Vietnam is an equal opportunity organization committed to safeguarding. We pay high attention to the safeguarding of stakeholders, especially the communities we support, in our operations. 

For more details, please visit us: http://www.habitat.org/https://habitatvietnam.org/ 

BACKGROUND 

Over the last few decades, exposure to asbestos-containing materials has been recognized as a potentially serious health risk. Regulation of asbestos varies across the world. Some countries have prohibited its use altogether, other countries only prohibit the use of certain types of asbestos, and other countries have no restrictions on its use.  

In Vietnam, in 2018, the Ministry of Construction drafted a Decision on the approval of “the roadmap to cease the use of chrysotile in asbestos cement (AC) to different ministries and departments to collect comments. This Roadmap proposed deducting the amount of chrysotile imported to Vietnam by 25% each year to completely terminate the use of chrysotile by 2023. However, this proposal has not been approved yet, so chrysotile is still legally used in construction materials and others.  

OBJECTIVE  

Habitat Vietnam endeavours to achieve the ambitious objective that all villages in the country no longer have asbestos-containing materials (ACM) used in household construction materials. Habitat Vietnam seeks to engage research consultants/institutions to help us better understand the context, and factors to promote the use of safe construction materials as a solution to asbestos-containing materials in Nam Dong district, Thua Thien Hue province.  The findings of the research will enable Habitat Vietnam to develop a comprehensive program and work in partnership with People, Private Sectors, and Government Agencies from different levels to gradually remove the prevalence of ACM from program target communities.  

Note that in 2022, Habitat Vietnam conducted research focusing on analysing the status of using ACM in construction material production, legal framework, and policies related to the use of ACM in Vietnam. We will share the report of this research with the selected consultant as a reference for developing the research recommendations.  

SCOPE OF WORK 

The consultant(s) will report to Habitat Vietnam, and will be expected to carry out relevant research works and methods to answer the following questions: 

  1. What is the current situation, historical, and future trend (at least 5 years) of ACM use in housing construction in Nam Dong district? 
  2. What types of ACM for housing construction are distributed in Nam Dong district? Through what channels? Who are the actors involved in these channels?  
  3. 3. What are the perspectives and knowledge of communities and local government (province, district, commune) agencies on the associated risks of using ACM in housing construction?
  4. 4. What are the current and future initiatives/projects managed or funded by the Government of Vietnam to eliminate the use of ACM in housing construction?
  5. 5. What are opportunities for local communities in Nam Dong district to replace ACM with safe ones? These opportunities can come from but are not limited to, affordable and available alternative construction materials, financial capacity from communities and local government, MFIs, the private sector, and NGOs.
  6. What should be the most effective approach to eliminate the use of the ACM for housing construction?

Based on the research findings, propose recommendations for Habitat Vietnam to consider and incorporate into the program design aiming to eliminate the use and prevalence of ACM in communities in Nam Dong district.  

METHODOLOGY 

The consultant(s) will propose a combination of methods to fulfill the study’s objectives. The consultant(s) will work with Habitat Vietnam to finalize the methodology to be used.  

DELIVERABLES 

Expected deliverables for this TOR are as follows: 

  • An inception report outlining the research’s scope and methodology. 
  • A draft research report for Habitat Vietnam to review and provide feedback. 
  • A presentation on key preliminary findings: the consultant(s) will present the key findings from the research to Habitat Vietnam, followed by a Q&A session. 
  • A final research report: having been improved from the draft research report by using tables, charts, maps, figures, etc. The final report will contain responses to the Overall Objective in (English and Vietnamese). 
  • A summary report: summarize the research key findings and recommendations (In English and Vietnamese). 

TIMELINE 

The research is expected to be completed by 30th June 2024. The consultants will be expected to provide a detailed study schedule against the above-listed deliverables.  

REQUIRED EXPERTISE OF CONSULTANT(S) 

Selected consultant(s) should have the following qualifications: 

  • The consultant(s) must have proven experience in conducting policy analysis research.  
  • Academic qualifications (master’s degree minimum) in one of the following disciplines: social sciences, economics, public health, development or with 10+ years equivalent experience in a relevant field 
  • In-depth knowledge and professional experience in advocacy work. 
  • Proven experience engaging in studying the effects of asbestos on human health or projects to eliminate the use of asbestos in producing construction materials.  
  • Strong skill set in qualitative participatory methods.  
  • Be committed to and able to meet deadlines.  
  • Strong analytical skills. 
  • Excellent English and Vietnamese writing skills. Demonstrated excellence in narrative reporting. 
  • Good presentation skills. 

APPLICATIONS 

The application package must include: 

  • The consultants/company’s profile/CVs and related experience 
  • 01 technical proposals, including the detailed implementation plan.  
  • 01 financial proposal 
  • 01 sample summary report of a similar research performed by the consultant(s) 
  • 02 contacts for reference  

How to Apply: Proposals should be submitted in English by email with a subject mentioning “Consultant: Safe Construction Materials” to procurement@habitatvietnam.org 

The closing date for applications is 29/03/2024. We regret that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for interviews. 

Habitat Vietnam is an equal-opportunity organization. We strictly adhere to the Code of Conduct and safeguarding policy. We will conduct background checks, including criminal record checks throughout the selection process where possible. 

Reference check requirement: 

A reference check on the successful applicant (at least 02 referees) will be conducted for safeguarding purposes and service quality to ensure the successful applicant does not have a history of exploitation and abuse in working with vulnerable groups and to learn about the service quality of the applicant. Habitat Vietnam reserves the right to withdraw from signing the consultancy contract with the applicant if the reference check yields concerning results. 

Criminal record requirement: 

Aside from the reference check mentioned above, a police certificate (lý lịch tư pháp) also needs to be provided by the consultants. 

Terrorism check: 

HFHV will do the terrorism check to ensure that the selected consult team is not in the list of the international terrorism list. 

Codes of Conduct: 

If selected, the consultant team is expected to sign Codes of conduct with HFHV to ensure community safeguarding during the assignment implementation. 

 

 

 

 

Thông báo Tuyển dụng Nhân viên Giám sát Xây dựng (tháng 4/2024 – tháng 1/2025)

Thông báo tuyển dụng này sẽ đóng khi chúng tôi chọn được ứng viên phù hợp

Habitat for Humanity International được thành lập tại Hoa Kỳ vào năm 1976. Habitat hiện đang hoạt động tại 1.400 cộng đồng trên khắp Hoa Kỳ và ở gần 70 quốc gia và đã giúp 6,8 triệu người đạt được sức mạnh, sự ổn định và độc lập thông qua nơi trú ẩn an toàn, tươm tất và giá cả hợp lý.

HFH Việt Nam được thành lập tại Việt Nam từ năm 2001. Trong hơn 20 năm qua, Habitat Vietnam đã cung cấp phương pháp tiếp cận nhà ở toàn diện cho người dân Việt Nam, đặc biệt là các nhóm dễ bị tổn thương bằng cách hỗ trợ và trao quyền cho cộng đồng nắm quyền cải thiện điều kiện sống của họ. Kể từ đó, Habitat Việt Nam đã phục vụ gần 61.000 gia đình thông qua các can thiệp về nhà ở, nước và vệ sinh, phục hồi sau thiên tai và gần 245.000 người thông qua nâng cao năng lực.

Tầm nhìn: Vì một thế giới mà mọi người đều có một nơi ở tươm tất.

Để biết thêm chi tiết, vui lòng đăng nhập vào website: http://www.habitat.org/ https://habitatvietnam.org/

Habitat Việt Nam cam kết quản lý hoạt động và các bên liên quan để không gây tổn hại cho cộng đồng và đối tượng thụ hưởng. Chúng tôi cam kết ngăn ngừa và giám sát loại bỏ các rủi ro, xử lý nghiêm khắc các vi phạm (Safeguarding Policy). Do đó, quy trình tuyển dụng của chúng tôi sẽ yêu cầu ứng viên cung cấp lý lịch tư pháp, thông tin liên hệ của 03 người quản lý từng làm việc cùng để cung cấp thông tin tham khảo.

Chúng tôi tuyển dụng nhân sự dựa vào kiến thức, kỹ năng, kinh nghiệm phù hợp so với yêu cầu của dự án và cam kết của ứng viên trong việc chia sẻ các giá trị của Habitat. Cơ hội tuyển dụng và làm việc là công bằng cho các ứng viên không phân biệt độ tuổi, nguồn gốc, chủng tộc, tôn giáo, tình trạng hôn nhân, định hướng giới tính, khiếm khuyết thể chất hay tinh thần,…

Hình thức ứng tuyển: Ứng viên quan tâm đến vị trí vui lòng gửi hồ sơ cá nhân (liệt kê đầy đủ thông tin cá nhân, các chứng chỉ đào tạo và kinh nghiệm làm việc) qua địa chỉ email: application@habitatvietnam.org trước ngày 07/03/2024.

Nếu có thêm thắc mắc nào khác, vui lòng liên hệ với chúng tôi theo số điện thoại +84 (28) 35265005 – số máy nhánh 101. Chúng tôi hoan nghênh tất cả các ứng viên nộp hồ sơ. Tuy nhiên, chúng tôi rất tiếc vì chúng tôi sẽ sàng lọc hồ sơ và chỉ liên hệ với các ứng viên phù hợp.

Lưu ý: không ai được phép thu bất cứ loại phí nào liên quan đến việc tuyển dụng này.

Vị trí: NHÂN VIÊN GIÁM SÁT XÂY DỰNG
Báo cáo trực tiếp cho: Điều phối chương trình miền Nam
Báo cáo gián tiếp cho Quản lý chương trinh miền Trung và miền Nam
Địa điểm làm việc: –       Ưu tiên làm việc tại văn phòng ở Tp. HCM và thương xuyên đi công tác đến địa bàn dự án Đồng Tháp, Đồng Nai, Kiên Giang, Long An

–       Làm việc tại các tỉnh Đồng Tháp, Đồng Nai, Kiên Giang, Long An và thỉnh thoảng đến văn phòng ở Tp. HCM có thể thương lượng

Thời hạn hợp đồng lao động Từ tháng 04 năm 2024 tới tháng 01 năm 2025
VAI TRÒ:

Giám sát xây dựng sẽ đảm nhận vai trò hỗ trợ kỹ thuật, theo dõi và giám sát hàng ngày cũng như bảo đảm sự an toàn và chất lượng xây dựng của các hộ gia đình và các công trình cộng đồng tại thực địa.

CÁC TRÁCH NHIỆM CHÍNH

1. TRÁCH NHIỆM ĐỐI VỚI TỔ CHỨC:

Thúc đẩy và duy trì hình ảnh và uy tín của Habitat đối với các đối tác, hộ gia đình và các bên liên quan

2. TRÁCH NHIỆM TRONG GIÁM SÁT XÂY DỰNG:

Ø  Tuân theo tiêu chuẩn lựa chọn gia đình để tiến hành quá trình lựa chọn gia đình cùng với Cán bộ dự án và xác định nhu cầu cải thiện nhà ở của hộ gia đình.

Ø  Giám sát các hoạt động xây dựng để đảm bảo chất lượng và an toàn với chi phí thấp và đáp ứng Tiêu chuẩn Nhà ở của Habitat Việt Nam

Ø  Đánh giá và đề xuất thiết kế, vật liệu, quy trình và phương pháp xây dựng

Ø  Hỗ trợ các gia đình và đối tác trong việc phát triển kế hoạch xây dựng, mua vật liệu và đào tạo cho các thợ xây địa phương.

Ø  Giám sát tiến độ xây dựng và xác nhận nghiệm thu hoàn thiện, nhà vệ sinh và hệ thống nước

Ø  Chuẩn bị, kiểm tra để đảm bảo có đầy đủ dụng cụ thi công, phương tiện bảo vệ cá nhân và tình trạng sử dụng tốt theo yêu cầu

Ø  Cung cấp hướng dẫn kỹ thuật xây dựng bao gồm định hướng an toàn cho thợ xây, tình nguyện viên địa phương và giám sát các điều kiện kỹ thuật & an toàn trong quá trình xây dựng

Ø  Hỗ trợ sắp xếp địa điểm, dụng cụ xây dựng để tiếp các đoàn tình nguyện viên trong nước và quốc tế tham gia các hoạt động xây dựng

Ø  Thực hiện các hoạt động khác khi được yêu cầu

3. TRÁCH NHIỆM LIÊN PHÒNG BAN:

Ø  Chụp hình công trình xây dựng, hộ gia đình vv. Theo hướng dẫn từ bộ phận Phát triển Nguồn lực và Truyền thông

Ø  Tương tác với các thành viên liên quan trong bộ phận để thực hiện các qui định về nhà ở và các qui định, hướng dẫn khác của dự án

QUY ĐỊNH VỀ TUÂN THỦ

Ø  Bảo đảm các chính sách của Habitat như tiêu chuẩn chọn hộ, tiêu chuẩn nhà ở, chính sách bảo vệ của Habitat quốc tế, các qui tắc đạo đức của Habitat Việt Nam,   chính sách bảo vệ trẻ em, chính sách về ngăn chặn bóc lột, lạm dụng và quấy rối tình dục, chính sách về an toàn, chính sách về mâu thuẫn quyền lợi và không phân biệt vv. được cân nhắc và tuân thủ đầy đủ trong suốt quá trình lập kế hoạch, thực hiện các công việc xây dựng và các công việc khác có liên quan của dự án.

Ø  Tuân thủ các chính sách & thủ tục tài chính bảo đảm rằng các hoạt động mua hàng và thanh toán là phù hợp

BỐI CẢNH & ĐIỀU KIỆN LÀM VIỆC

Ø  Làm việc hàng ngày tại công trường

Ø  Công việc yêu cầu thường xuyên trao đổi với Điều phối chương trình miền Nam, Quản lý dự án chương trình miền Trung và miền Nam, Nhân viên Chương trình, Giám sát Xây dựng khác, hộ gia đình và chính quyền địa phương

KẾT QUẢ CÔNG VIỆC CẦN ĐẠT

Ø  Hoàn thành các mục tiêu công việc đã thống nhất với quản lý

Ø  Đảm bảo chất lượng và kỹ thuật các công trình xây dựng

Ø  Không có tai nạn lớn xảy ra trong các hoạt động tại công trường

Ø  Bảo đảm việc chọn hộ hoàn toàn tuân thủ Chính sách  & Tiêu chuẩn chọn hộ của Habitat

Ø  Hoàn tất các báo cáo theo yêu cầu trong vòng 5 ngày sau hoàn tất xây dựng

Ø  Bảo đảm 100% các hạng mục trong danh mục kiểm tra được kiểm tra và đạt yêu cầu

Ø  Hoàn toàn tuân thủ các chính sách, hướng dẫn về ACM trong phạm vi công việc

Ø  Cung cấp các thiết kế, hình ảnh mô phòng, kế hoạch xây dựng hiệu chỉnh cho các Giám sát Xây dựng khác đúng thời hạn hoặc theo thời hạn đã thống nhất giữa hai bên

YÊU CẦU CÔNG VIỆC

1.     TRÌNH ĐỘ: Có chứng chỉ nghề hoặc có kinh nghiệm trong xây dựng

2.     NĂNG LỰC CHUYÊN MÔN

Ø  Kiến thức về vật liệu, phương pháp và các công cụ liên quan đến việc xây dựng hoặc sửa chữa nhà cửa, công trình

Ø  Có kinh nghiệm trong xây dựng cơ bản bao gồm: trộn hồ, xây tường, công tác ván khuôn, công tác sản xuất và lắp dựng cốt thép, hoàn thiện

Ø  Có kinh nghiệm giám sát tiến độ xây dựng

Ø  Kiến thức về các quy định của Chính phủ về an toàn xây dựng, quy chuẩn xây dựng địa phương, kỹ thuật xây dựng, các yêu cầu và các quy định thích hợp khác của Chính phủ

Ø  Biết sử dụng máy tính để lên dự toán và làm các báo cáo

Ø  Biết sử dụng AutoCAD căn bản

3.     NĂNG LỰC TRONG CÔNG VIỆC

Ø  Kiến thức và kỹ năng cơ bản trong sử dụng phần mềm soạn thảo văn bản, tính toán, thư điện tử và internet

Ø  Kỹ năng tổ chức công việc hiệu quả, giải quyết vần đề hiệu quả, Kỹ năng cơ bản về xây dựng các mối quan hệ

Ø  Giao tiếp thành thạo tiếng Việt, kỹ năng giao tiếp tiếng Anh cơ bản là ưu tiên

4.     TÍNH CÁCH TRONG CÔNG VIỆC

Ø  Tỉ mỉ: Công việc yêu cầu chú ý đến chi tiết và cẩn thận trong khi thực  hiện công việc

Ø  Công việc đòi hỏi người đảm nhiệm tôn trọng các chinh sách/qui định và có tính tuân thủ cao

5.     YÊU CẦU THỂ TRẠNG: Công việc yêu cầu sức khỏe thể chất bình thường để có thể làm việc tại những vùng/khu vực địa lý không thuận lợi

TẠI HABITAT, CHÚNG TÔI CAM KẾT MANG ĐẾN CÁC GIÁ TRỊ SAU:

1.     Mức lương và phúc lợi cạnh tranh so với các iNGOs khác tại Việt Nam

2.     Môi trường làm việc cởi mở, hợp tác và hỗ trợ lẫn nhau

3.     Trải nghiệm ý nghĩa của việc phát triển cộng đồng thông qua các dự án của Habitat

Habitat For Humanity Vietnam And Samsung Launch New Project To Improve Living Conditions And Disability Inclusion For Communities

DONG NAI PROVINCE, Vietnam, 08 December 2023 – For the fifth consecutive collaboration in Vietnam, Habitat for Humanity Vietnam and Samsung C&T Corporation Engineering & Construction Group (‘Samsung C&T’) unite to improve low-income communities in Dong Nai Province. The Samsung Village 11 project launch ceremony in Nhon Trach District, Dong Nai Province, brought together representatives from various levels of the People’s Committee, the Project Management Board, the Commune Women’s Union, and community members.

Implemented by Habitat Vietnam with funding from Samsung C&T Corporation and in partnership with Habitat for Humanity Korea, Samsung Village 11 is dedicated to enhancing living conditions, health, and settlement through the provision of affordable, safe, and disability-inclusive housing, clean water, and adequate sanitation in Nhon Trach District, Dong Nai Province.

Mr. Lee Dong Bo(Nhon Trach 3&4 Power Plant Project Management, Vietnam), representing Samsung C&T, addressed, “Since the launch of the Samsung Village No. 1 project in Indonesia in 2013, Samsung C&T has been working on projects to improve the residential environment in 10 villages in 4 countries, including the No. 10 project in Ha Tinh Province, Vietnam, and has been rewarded by joint participation and exchanges with local residents. Today, we are excited to start the new project No. 11 in Dong Nai Province, In the future, Samsung C&T will continue to create a livable environment for local residents.”

Samsung Village 11 extends the successes of previous Samsung Village projects in Ha Tinh Province and Thai Nguyen Province, which improved housing conditions and access to water, hygiene, and sanitation for 3,928 individuals. Beyond improving shelter, water, and sanitation access for marginalized households, this project empowers communities to proactively design and implement initiatives that contribute to advancing their living conditions through the Participatory Approach to Safe Shelter Awareness (PASSA).

Ms. Maricelle Regino-Borja, National Director of Habitat for Humanity Vietnam, emphasized the significance of inclusivity, stating, “Habitat Vietnam recognizes that vulnerable individuals, especially those with disabilities, often encounter challenges in accessing basic services or feeling excluded in their own homes. This project with Samsung C&T and Habitat Korea helps us continue scaling up our partnerships with the Vietnamese government and local communities to advance inclusive housing. The launch timely highlights our celebration of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities and our effort in promoting disability-inclusive housing policy.”

Over the next 15 months, Habitat Vietnam and Samsung C&T are committed to supporting 38 households, including those with people with disabilities. The support includes constructing and renovating houses, providing safe water and sanitation facilities to 120 individuals, and enhancing communal facilities, including constructing or upgrading a toilet for a local school./.

Samsung C&T Volunteers Collaborate with Habitat Vietnam to Build Home for Vulnerable Family in Ha Tinh

HA TINH, Vietnam, 07 December 2023 – Habitat Vietnam welcomed 15 dedicated volunteers from Samsung C&T from December 4 to December 7, 2023, to build a home for a vulnerable family in Ha Tinh. This volunteer initiative also included visiting Ky Tho Primary School, where the volunteers engaged with students through art and science classes, fostering a spirit of community and education.

This activity is part of the Samsung Village #10 project, a joint initiative funded by Samsung C&T Corporation in collaboration with Habitat for Humanity Korea. The project aims to enhance the quality of life for vulnerable households in Ky Van, Ky Tho, and Ky Hai communes in Ky Anh district, Ha Tinh province. Over the span of 18 months, Habitat Vietnam and Samsung C&T are committed to supporting 54 households through the construction and renovation of houses, providing safe water and sanitation facilities to 184 people, and equipping 450 students with Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) facilities and smart libraries.

Additionally, the project aims to facilitate the capacity building of more than 1,360 community members and local officials in disaster preparedness, safe housing practices, and WASH initiatives. This comprehensive approach seeks to create sustainable improvements in living conditions and resilience within the community.

Ms. Maricelle Regino-Borja, National Director of Habitat for Humanity Vietnam, highlighted the significance of the collaboration: “This partnership between Habitat Vietnam and Samsung C&T is instrumental in both addressing the immediate needs of vulnerable communities and improving their resilience against disasters.

The volunteer activity contributes to the construction of homes and allows the volunteers to gain firsthand insight into the project’s impact and the community’s pressing needs. This direct engagement fosters a deeper understanding of the local context and reinforces both organizations’ commitment to creating positive change.

The impact of this initiative is set to expand further with the imminent launch of Samsung Village #11 in Dong Nai province later this month./.

[Call for Proposals] Photography service to capture the project impact

Driven by the vision that everyone has a decent place to live, Habitat for Humanity International began in the United States in 1976 as a grassroots effort. Habitat for Humanity now works in 1,400 communities across the U.S. and in nearly 70 countries and has helped 6.8 million people achieve strength, stability, and independence through safe, decent, and affordable shelter.

Habitat for Humanity has been working in Vietnam since 2001. For 22 years, Habitat for Humanity Vietnam (Habitat Vietnam) has been delivering a holistic approach to housing by supporting and empowering communities to take ownership in improving their living conditions and enabling them to have improved well-being, affordability, access to basic housing-related services, climate change resilience and self-reliance.

Habitat for Humanity International is an equal opportunity organization and committed to safeguarding. We pay high attention to the safeguarding of stakeholders in our operations.

1. General information With support from Habitat for Humanity Canada, Habitat for Humanity Vietnam (Habitat Vietnam) has been carrying out a three-year project in Thai Nguyen and Lao Cai Province which contributes to the improved living conditions and settlements for ethnic minority communities and reducing vulnerabilities to inadequate housing and exposure to health and environmental risks.

Project’s outcomes:

  1. Improved living conditions of ethnic minority groups
  2. Reduced health risks from hazardous materials and household practices
  3. Improved communal facilities and services
  4. Vulnerable ethnic minorities can respond to disaster risks and climate shocks by being involved in decision-making and managing disaster preparedness and climate change adaptation/ mitigation plans for their own communities.

Habitat Vietnam is looking for a consultant/service provider to take quality photos of the project’s homeowners to highlight its impact.

2. Objective of service

 

The objective of this service package is to take photos of and write brief impact stories in English about 05 supported families, PASSA groups, and public facilities such as communal houses or water facilities. The photos focus on highlighting the project’s impact on the target communities.
3. Scope of work, Description of service The service provider will execute the following work:

  • Work with Habitat Vietnam to develop the shooting concept
  • Travel to the project sites to capture photos and write impact stories
4. Period of service/ Plan to implement 10 days of October to November  2023 (07 days working on the fields, 03 days preparing impact stories/ reports and other relevant activities
5. Location Thai Nguyen and Lao Cai provinces
6. Outcome of service For each province, the service provider will deliver:

  • 10 high-quality, edited photos for each family, approved by Habitat Vietnam
  • 05 short impact stories (01 story for each family)
  • 05 high-quality, edited photos of public facilities: community houses, water facilities (capturing beneficiaries using the facilities)
  • 05 high-quality, edited photos of the PASSA groups and their community-led initiatives
7. Requirements/ Selection criteria
  • Proven experience in professional photography
  • Experience in shooting photos and writing impact case studies for development projects, preferably in Northern Vietnam
  • Demonstration of the professional equipment to support the work
8. How to apply Please send your portfolio and proposed fee for the entire service package to procurement@habitatvietnam.org with the subject “Photography Service to Capture The Project Impact”.

The deadline for application is August 20 2023. We regret that only applicants shortlisted for interviews will be contacted.

9. Reference check requirement N/A
10. Criminal record requirement N/A

[Call for Proposals] Videography service for developing 02 videos to capture the project impact

Driven by the vision that everyone has a decent place to live, Habitat for Humanity International began in the United States in 1976 as a grassroots effort. Habitat for Humanity now works in 1,400 communities across the U.S. and in nearly 70 countries and has helped 6.8 million people achieve strength, stability, and independence through safe, decent, and affordable shelter.

Habitat for Humanity has been working in Vietnam since 2001. For 22 years, Habitat for Humanity Vietnam (Habitat Vietnam) has been delivering a holistic approach to housing by supporting and empowering communities to take ownership in improving their living conditions and enabling them to have improved well-being, affordability, access to basic housing-related services, climate change resilience and self-reliance.

Habitat for Humanity International is an equal opportunity organization committed to safeguarding. We pay high attention to the safeguarding of stakeholders in our operations.

1. General information With support from Habitat for Humanity Canada, Habitat for Humanity Vietnam (Habitat Vietnam) has been carrying out a three-year project in Thai Nguyen and Lao Cai Province which contributes to the improved living conditions and settlements for ethnic minority communities and reducing vulnerabilities to inadequate housing and exposure to health and environmental risks.

Project’s outcomes:

  1. Improved living conditions of ethnic minority groups
  2. Reduced health risks from hazardous materials and household practices
  3. Improved communal facilities and services
  4. Vulnerable ethnic minorities can respond to disaster risks and climate shocks by being involved in decision-making and managing disaster preparedness and climate change adaptation/ mitigation plans for their own communities.

Habitat Vietnam is looking for a consultant/service provider to develop 02 videos to capture the impact of the project.

2. Objective of service

 

The objective of this service package is to develop 02 videos that reflect the project activities and highlight its impact on the target communities.
3. Scope of work, Description of service The service provider will execute the following work:

  • Work with Habitat Vietnam and study the project reports to develop the video scenarios and scripts
  • Travel to the project sites to collect and capture photos/footage to develop high-quality and edited 02 videos
4. Period of service/ Plan to implement 10 days in September – December 2023 (7 days in the fields and 3 days for planning and finalizing the videos)
5. Location The service provider will travel to Thai Nguyen Province and Lao Cai Province to capture the materials for the videos
6. Outcome of service A script and detailed shot list which is approved by Habitat Vietnam

02 final video files with a minimum quality of Full HD:

  • Video length: Expected 3-5 minutes per video
  • Professional and clear sound recording at a minimum of 96 kHz/24bit; HD web files
  • Voice-over (narrator – local language audio) is included (in Vietnamese); EN-VN subtitles are included.
  • Development of appropriate graphics (opening and closing sequence, signatures).
7. Requirements/ Selection criteria
  • Proven experience in professional videography
  • Experience in filming and shooting videos/photos for development projects, preferably in Northern Vietnam
  • Demonstration of the professional equipment to support the work
8. How to apply Please send your portfolio and proposed fee for the entire service package to procurement@habitatvietnam.orgwith the subject “Consultancy Services For Developing Impact Videos”.

The deadline for application is August 20 2023. We regret that only applicants shortlisted for interviews will be contacted.

9. Reference check requirement N/A
10. Criminal record requirement N/A

PASSA Highlight: A bridge that connects the hearts

I was so frustrated with the scream of kids, street vendors, and neighbors falling into the river when they crossed the old bridge” Ms. Ly shared with heartfelt concern. Witnessing the challenges faced by her community, she knew it was time for action. That was when she joined hands with the PASSA group, a team of fifteen local champions in Giong Rieng District, Kien Giang Province, working side by side with Habitat for Humanity Vietnam to create a safer and stronger community.

Ms. Ly donated part of her land to build the bridge’s foundation

 

PASSA is a participatory disaster risk reduction method at the very heart of Habitat Vietnam’s programs. It empowers the community with knowledge, tools, and a supportive environment to design solutions to housing and disaster readiness issues in their communities.

The champion group recognized the urgent need for change and took it upon themselves to find a solution. The old, run-down bridge was a constant source of danger and frustration, especially during the rainy season. Their decision to build a new inter-hamlet bridge connecting Vinh Phuoc and Luong Truc hamlets in Vinh Phu commune was not just driven by practicality; it was born from a shared sense of responsibility to protect their fellow community members.

The old, run-down bridge

Inspired by the passion and determination of the champion group, families nearby the bridge, including Ms. Ly’s, generously donated part of their land to build the bridge’s foundation. They were not alone in their effort—through the group’s advocacy, they inspired the local government to contribute financial support, resulting in a collaborative effort that strengthened the initiative’s impact and sustainability.

Beyond its tangible benefits, the new bridge symbolizes a community united, ready to face whatever challenges come their way. By enhancing economic opportunities and ensuring safer passage during disasters, it stands as a testament to the resilience of the people themselves.

Ms. Ly and PASSA members on the new bridge

Nationally, Habitat Vietnam has established 270 PASSA members, pioneered 11 initiatives, and impacted almost 6,000 people, making positive changes and empowerment throughout the country. The journey of the Kien Giang champion group is just one example of the transformative power of PASSA and the enduring impact of community-driven initiatives.