Project Coordinator - Tenders Global

Project Coordinator

International Labour Organization




The ILO seeks to hire a National Project Coordinator to carry out activities in Lima within the framework of the project From Protocol to Practice: A bridge to global action against forced labor – phase II (Bridge Project II) focused on action against forced labor. The project, funded by the United States Department of Labor (USDOL), is being implemented in five priority countries (Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Peru and Uzbekistan). Project activities in Lima will take place between September 1 and July 31, 2024.

The main purpose of the position is to manage the project, provide technical assistance to strengthen the capacities of law enforcement officials, as well as employers’ and workers’ organizations, to prevent and eradicate forced labor in Peru. The activities will be carried out in coordination with other ongoing ILO cooperation projects in Lima.

The National Project Coordinator (CNP) will be based in Lima, Peru. The CNP will execute and coordinate the Peru component of the Bridge project, phase II, ensuring timely and effective execution of project activities and results at the national level.
 The National Project Coordinator will be responsible for the management of the project, including the execution, supervision and follow-up of all the activities necessary for the achievement of the objectives of the project and its corresponding results, in accordance with the work plan and the Comprehensive Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (CMEP) for Peru.

The functions and responsibilities of the CNP will include, among others, the following:

  • Prepare terms of reference (TORs), select, review products, evaluate the external consultancies that are required to be hired and authorize payment for the services provided.  
  • Supervise the personnel assigned to the program and/or project. Establish performance objectives together with the personnel in charge and evaluate them in the period indicated in the personnel evaluation platform, making sure to do so within the compliance deadlines determined by the Office
  • Lead the preparation of the work plan, execution,
  • monitoring , communication and timely evaluation of the project through management functions, including technical and administrative supervision of the project team, in accordance with ILO policy, rules and regulations and in accordance with the final project document and the plan of job.
  • Identify problems, propose solutions and actions. Develop and maintain strong ties with specialists from specific technical areas and other colleagues in the field and headquarters to follow up on comprehensive and collaborative interventions. Maintain close cooperation and coordination with the government, employers’ and workers’ organizations, executing agencies, government offices, principals, and other organizations to plan, facilitate the implementation of activities, and achieve project goals.
  • Periodically report, monitor, and facilitate the evaluation of all project components, in accordance with the project document and its work plan. Prepare technical progress reports upon request and ad-hoc reports on the status of project planning and implementation for submission to the ILO and the donor.
  • Provide or ensure access to legal and political advice to the government and social partners on issues related to the effective implementation of fundamental principles and rights at work, with special emphasis on forced labor. Ensure the delivery of quality technical information, including qualitative and quantitative research in accordance with the main ILO conventions on fundamental rights at work. Organize training programs and awareness activities to improve understanding of fundamental principles and rights at work
  • Represent the project in various forums, under the guidance of their supervisor and/or the director of the ILO.
  • Conduct conferences, seminars, workshops, training sessions and consultation meetings. Speak on behalf of the program and/or project when attending these meetings.    
  • Plan and participate in missions and visits to the places where the project is carried out to monitor the execution of the project independently or accompanying other people. the corresponding reports within the established deadlines and propose improvement actions.
  • Seek and establish collaborative alliances and manage the participation of interested parties. Identify donors and participate in resource mobilization activities.    
  • Perform other related tasks and/or functions assigned by the CTP of the project or by the Country Director. 
  • Monitor the progress of the project and activities by reviewing, verifying and analyzing work plans, progress reports, final reports and other data for clarity, consistency and completeness, and communicate the reports to the ILO Office for the Andean Countries (DWT/CO-Lima) and Fundamental Rights at Work Service (FUNDAMENTALS).

Required Qualifications:

  • University degree in law, social sciences or related. 


  • Three years of professional experience at the national level in the area of ​​management, supervision, administration, implementation, execution, monitoring and evaluation of projects.


  • Spanish domain.
  • English level: advanced (spoken and written). Ability to prepare technical reports and participate in meetings in English is required.





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