Project Coordinator

at International Justice Mission
Published November 1, 2022
Location Bangkok, Thailand
Category Management  
Job Type Full Time  



This position is based at IJM’s Thailand Field Office in Bangkok and reports to the Project Director. This position is a one-year contract (renewable) role.


Project Stakeholder Support

Develop and maintain excellent working relationships with all government stakeholders, based on mutual accountability and respect. Key government stakeholders include officials in the Office of the Prime Minister, Ministry of Labour, Office of the Attorney General, Royal Thai Police, Department of Special Investigation, Department of Fisheries, Ministry of Social Development and Human security, and Department of Provincial Administration;
Provide general secretariat support for the project and the Thai government’s TIP Capacity Building Sub-committee, through which the project is being implemented, including preparation of draft agendas, taking minutes and recording outcomes.
Project Activity Support

Under the direction of the Project Director, lead the preparation, analysis and adjustment of project work plans, timelines, and associated budgets to ensure alignment with the project’s priorities and implementation plans;
Under the direction of the Project Director, lead and coordinate the implementation of project activities, ensuring they are implemented effectively, and that results are appropriately monitored and reported;
Support timely response to internal and external requests related to project work plans, budgets and timelines;
Manage, maintain and foster relationships with internal teams in order to work collaboratively with IJM staff in other projects/departments.
Project Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

With M&E Department, gather, record and report information as per the program’s monitoring, evaluation and learning plans and requirements;

Technical Competencies:

Experience working in program planning and management, project budget management, and project coordination.
Excellent communication skills, including fluency in spoken and written English and Thai.
An understanding of the Thai context related to human trafficking and forced labour, including national legislation, government policies, and/or the roles of key stakeholders related to the issue, including related government agencies.
The ability to work with senior Thai government officials, demonstrating high-level communication and interpersonal skills to build strong and effective working relationships with key counterparts.

Non-Technical Competencies:

Excellent analytical, critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Excellent planning and implementing skills.
Disciplined with priorities, excellent time management and ability to work effectively under deadline pressures.
Strong attention to detail.
Strong networking skills: Able to interact with other professionals to develop strong connections.
Multi-tasking: Able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and complete each in a timely fashion.


Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education


Minimum three years of relevant work experience

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