There are four vacancies of State/Regional Coordinators at People’s Alliance for Credible Elections (PACE)
to support PACE’s Central Office to conduct the related activities of Election Observation, Electoral and
Policy Reform, Nationwide Public Opinion Surveys and Voter Education in relative States and Regions.
Position Duty Location
Position-1 State Coordinator Hakha, Chin State
Position-2 State Coordinator Loikaw, Kayah State
Position-3 Regional Coordinator Yangon, Yangon Region
Position-4 State Coordinator Pathein, Ayeyarwady Region
If you are interested in this announcement, please submit your Curriculum Vitae (CV), and contact phone
number to [email protected] by November 30, 2018. For more information, you can contact us +95 9253379442. PACE will only contact the potential candidates for interview within one week. Objectives of State/Regional Coordinator Under the direction of the Networks Coordinator, the State/Regional Coordinators are responsible for supervising PACE activities of Electoral Reform Process in respective States and Regions.
State/Regional Coordinators are part-time staffs and expected to work 2 to 3 days per week.
Task and Responsibilities
• Supporting PACE core team to implement the PACE’s activities in respective State/Region;
• Coordinate with PACE core team to recruit and manage the volunteers in respective State/Region;
• Attending the trainings from PACE core team and other partner International NGOs if it is required to conduct the PACE’s activities in respective State/Region;
• Establishing and maintaining contact with local CSOs as well as electoral stakeholders;
• Submitting the monthly activities report to PACE’s Networks Coordinator; Requirement Qualification
• Any college degree or diploma or certificate;
• Must be a Myanmar Citizen;
• Must be able to work under thigh deadline;
• Familiar with CSOs work nature;
• Show integrity at work and
• Ability to organize works efficiently and deal with heavy workload.
People’s Alliance for Credible Elections (PACE) is an independent, non-partisan, non-government
domestic election observer group based in Yangon. PACE was founded in 2013 to strengthen democratic
institutions in Myanmar through safeguarding citizen rights and promoting public participation in the
electoral process. To promote transparency, accountability and inclusiveness in the electoral process,
PACE will mainly be working on civic and voter education, election observation and electoral reform.
Upholding the principles enshrined in “Universal Declaration of Human Rights”, PACE’s work will be
implemented regardless of race, religion and gender. Moreover, PACE has signed “Declaration of Global
Principles for “Nonpartisan Observation and Monitoring” by Citizen Organizations,” which is a document
endorsed by more than 260 organization from 75 countries.