Salam rekan-rekan sekalian,
Mohon maaf untuk cross posting, numpang sirkulai informasi untuk posisi yang akan di rekrut di Bangkok sebagai Regional Coordinator Asian Network of People who Use Drugs.
Saya tidak menterjemahkan ke dalam Bahasa Indonesia karena memang yang dibutuhkan adalah orang yang bisa berbahasa Inggris.
Semoga sukses dan salam hangat,
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From: Samuel Nugraha <sam.nugraha@...
Sent: Wed, February 3, 2010 11:42:52 AM
Subject: Fwd: [ANPUD] Regional Coordinator for ANPUD - Deadline for applications 17 February 2010
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From: Jimmy Dorabjee <jimmyd@...
Date: Tue, Feb 2, 2010 at 3:34 PM
Subject: [ANPUD] Regional Coordinator for ANPUD - Deadline for applications 17 February 2010
Dear Members of ANPUD,
The ANPUD Regional Support Team is delighted to announce a
vacancy for the position of Regional Coordinator for ANPUD.
The process to register ANPUD has begun and we will inform
you when the registration is completed.
Please forward this message to anyone who may be
On behalf of the Regional Support Team (RST)
REGIONAL COORDINATOR – ANPUD
The Asian Network of People who Use Drugs (ANPUD) is
an issues based membership network that has the MIPUD principle (Meaningful
Involvement of People who Use Drugs) as our guiding philosophy.
Our Goal is to ensure that People who Use Drugs (PUD)
in Asia enjoy equal human rights and opportunities for a better quality of life.
ANPUD is a new regional network that will represent and reflect the
voices and needs of PUD in Asia. ANPUD’s many achievements have been made
possible by the efforts of volunteers from across the region who have united to
make ANPUD a viable presence in the Asian region.
ANPUD has three strategic directions:
development and long term support of country level drug user networks
advocacy platform based upon the following core statements
a. We believe that services (prevention, treatment, Care
and Support) for people who use drugs must be accessible, acceptable,
voluntary, comprehensive, evidence-based and compassionate.
b. We believe that drug users should not be criminalized
provision of technical guidance and support to drug user projects throughout
Asia, including the documentation and dissemination of evidence driven
responses; manuals, templates and guidelines to improve service quality and
ANPUD positions on a range of issues prioritised by our membership.
Tasks and duties to be performed by
the Regional Coordinator:
· Ensure that the approved annual
work plan for ANPUD is implemented as per schedule and within the allocated budget.
· Ensure that all policies and
decisions of the Executive Board and those made at the Annual General Meeting
or Special General Meeting of the membership are well communicated, undertaken
and documented in a transparent and coordinated manner.
· Provide support and advice, in
collaboration with the Executive Board and assigned technical partners, to
emerging and existing country level drug user networks and strengthen the
communication ties among them and other key stakeholders and regional partners.
· Ensure the secretariat office is
managed in an accountable, transparent and efficient manner.
· Provide effective communication on
the work of the Secretariat to the network membership, the governing body,
donors, civil society and other partners.
· In collaboration and coordination
with the Executive Board, develop and strengthen strategic alliances and
partnerships to address the issues affecting people who use drugs at a regional
· Facilitate and coordinate the delegation
and participation of ANPUD members at meetings where ANPUD is represented,
including translation, feed back and reporting on key activities to the ANPUD
· Supervise and manage any staff
members, consultants, temporary staff or volunteers employed by ANPUD.
· Oversee the day-to-day management
of ANPUD finances and the preparation of quarterly financial reports to the
Executive Board of ANPUD.
· Research and identify
opportunities for the mobilisation of resources and coordinate the proposal
· Provide regular (monthly) written
updates to ANPUD members including the Executive Board and working group
· Coordinate and take responsibility
for preparation and submission of all donor funded project/activity reports
according to agreed milestones and required timelines.
· Represent ANPUD as and when
required by the Executive Board.
· Advocate for the inclusion of
people who use drugs in meetings, workshops, consultations, policy and decision
· Identify potential funding and
The successful candidate must be an Asian with a history
of drug use and be able to demonstrate:
§ Strong communication, networking
and interpersonal skills
§ Ability to work with different
stakeholders and senior management, to build and maintain relationships across
a diverse range of stakeholders
§ Experience or ability to
understand and work with the UN, WHO, World Bank, Global Fund and other systems
§ Fluency in
speaking and writing in English. Fluency in additional Asian languages is desirable.
§ A minimum of two
years experience at the level of program management, preferably within a harm
reduction project or program or network.
§ Proven computer
skills including the Microsoft Office Suite and an understanding of databases
and electronic communications
documentation skills including experience in writing proposals and technical
§ Experience in
coordinating and planning regional meetings
§ Experience of
working in both South and South East Asia
§ Ability to
coordinate multiple tasks in a professional manner
understanding of issues related to the prevention, treatment and care for drug
use, HIV, Hepatitis C, TB and other related co-infections
§ Knowledge of
finance management would be an advantage.
Though a university graduate or post graduate
qualification is desirable, the skills and experiences of the candidate will be
prioritized over academic achievement.
The position will be based in Bangkok with frequent
travel within the Asian region.
To apply for the position please submit your
Curriculum Vitae, a cover letter and current salary/salary expectations to Mr.
Giten Khwairakpam at the following e-mail ID: giten@...
with a subject line “Application for position of ANPUD Regional
Applications will be received until 17th February 2010, 5 pm
Any applications after this date will NOT be considered.
People with a
history of drug use and living with HIV- regardless of gender and ethnicity - are
encouraged to apply.
Principal Fellow Harm Reduction
85 Commercial Road, Melbourne,
Victoria, Australia 3004
GPO Box 2284, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3001
TEL:+61-3-92822146 Fax: +61-3-92822144 Mobile:+61-419 354 892
Towards uniting and strengthening the ANPUD network by fostering consensus and collaboration among people who use drugs regardless of gender, geographical location or drug use background.
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