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Human Rights Program Manager

Basic Function: The Human Rights Program Manager will create and implement programs and curriculum that aid in awareness of trafficking and exploitation, address the root causes of vulnerability such as lack of awareness, offer consultation to children at-risk and work to reduce risk among migrant workers. This position is a member of the Senior Leadership Team.

Reports To: Executive Director.

Timeline: Minimum 1-year contract with opportunity for renewal


Operational Tasks/Responsibilities:

Program Operations

 - Establish and maintain systems for managing project operations

    • Oversee development of implication plans, annual and monthly project action plans and follow donor requirements
    • Prepare detailed project budget and continuous monitoring of expenditures throughout the project period; approve work expenses for Human Rights staff
    • Strategically identify risks and risk mitigation actions to ensure successful implementation of projects.
    • Monitor the progress of program and report on the data that is systematically collected.
    • Plan and facilitate creation of expected timelines for all activities
    • Develop partnerships and coordination with various donors
    • Responsible for ensuring high quality reporting requirements in timely manner related to HR programs to funders
    • Facilitate the knowledge management of the human rights program

Human Rights Program

- Create and implement the Human Rights/Awareness programs (ex: family camp, awareness skits, 3-3-5, sisterhood group, exploitation training etc).

-   Communicate effectively with the community about the human rights programs and encourage the participation with these programs.

-   Train staff, scholarship students (of appropriate ages), and local leaders to run the human rights/awareness program within local schools and their communities.

  • Establish and implement a process for evaluating the participation and effectiveness of the human rights programs.

-   Gather and report data on prevention programs to U.S. Office in reports, stories and updates.

Case management and counseling

-   Assist the Education Program Manager to manage urgent cases.

-   Coordinate with government officers and the partner organizations as appropriate to help the individual(s) or family involved in the cases.

-   Follow up with migrant workers at least one time per month who are considered special cases.

-   Be well equipped to give consultation to individuals and families, as needed.

Provide assistance to The Freedom Story staff as needed

-   Participate in week Staff Meetings

-  Participate in Leadership Team Meetings

-   Help other staff as needed

- Build capacity of team members

Networking with individuals and organizations

-   Develop relationships and networks with donors, assist in fundraising, networking and developing new partnership in preventing human trafficking 

-  Develop contacts with local community leaders

-   Network with local organizations

-   Represent The Freedom Story and our mission to the community

-   Engage the community in the mission of The Freedom Story

-  Work with migrant worker communities to train and work to give access to assistance programs; will include follow up with them on government deadlines and paperwork

Personal Characteristics:

The Human Rights Program Manager should demonstrate competence in some or all of the following:

·  Building Relationships: Represent The Freedom Story to the public; especially to the villages in which we work and with the local Thai Government as needed.

· Behaving Ethically: Ensure a healthy, positive, inspirational work environment for all programs; maintain the ethos of The Freedom Story to all children, staff, and volunteers in Thailand.

·      Organizational Skills: Ensure effective program reporting, as well as monitoring/evaluating systems for internal and external use.

·      Communication: Ability to communicate clearly (both speaking and listening) with staff, people in the community and others in a culturally appropriate way. Skills in teaching and counseling are also required.

·      Initiative: Must be self-motivated and able to handle challenges; to use people and resources around you to overcome difficulties and challenges.


Note: This position is only open to Thai Nationals


  • Bachelor degree is required
  • Master’s degree is preferred

Proficiency in the use of computers for:

  • Data Base Management
  • Google Calendar, Documents and Email
  • Skype and Zoom
  • Dropbox,
  • Microsoft Office
  • Google Sheets/Docs/Meet


  • At least 7-10 years of working in a non-profit environment is preferred
  • At least 5 years of experience of working with human trafficking related organization
  • Experience working with USAID funded programs is preferred.

Hours and Work Environment

  • Full Time: 40 hours per week
  • Flexible work hours
  • The Prevention Program Director will work at the Resource Centers in Chiang Rai, Thailand
  • Will be required to work some evenings and weekends.

Salary and Benefits

  • Competitive monthly salary
  • Savings Plan
  • Health Care Insurance
  • Accident Insurance
  • Social Security
  • Vacation Time
  • Reimbursement for expenses

ส่งจดหมายแนะนำตัวพร้อมทั้งประวัติส่วนตัว(วุฒิการศึกษา สำเนาบัตรประจำตัวประชาชน สำเนาทะเบียนบ้าน ) มาได้ที่ Email:

สามารถโทรสอบถามรายละเอียดเพิ่มเติมได้ที่ 080-670-8375 ฝ่ายบุคคลมูลนิธิวัฒนเสรี

Contact :

เจ้าหน้าที่ภาคสนาม / Field officerผู้จัดการโปรเจค / Project manager


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