LIV is hiring a Projects Manager in Taipei

LIV is hiring a Projects Manager in Taipei
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Full-time, 40 hours per week


Taipei, hybrid


1,400 - 1,600 USD per month and insurance as required by local law


Executive Director

Deadline for application

Candidates are accepted continuously through a rolling recruitment process

Start date

As soon as possible


  • Résumé, including at least 02 references

  • Personal statement

  • Scanned copies of degrees and professional certificates (if any)

All documents should be in English and PDF format.

How to apply?

Please submit your application to

Email title: [Projects Manager] - Full Name

Legal Initiatives for Vietnam (LIV), a non-profit, non-partisan organization, was established as a 501(c)(3) legal entity in California, USA, in January 2017. In November 2021, we expanded our reach by opening a representative office on the National Chengchi University campus in Wenshan, Taipei, Taiwan.

We are currently looking for a motivated Projects Manager with a deep-rooted passion for independent media, civil society and a fervent commitment to democratic principles. This role involves overseeing multiple projects and grants.

Role Overview

  • Projects Management: Oversee various media, training, and research projects. Responsibilities include proposal writing, report generation, and monitoring project execution.
  • Stakeholder Communication: Maintain effective communication with donors and international partners.
  • Public Relations: Manage digital presence through social media, websites, newsletters, etc. This entails crafting statements, press releases, and news updates and distributing them across appropriate platforms.
  • Event Coordination: Organize meetings and events with both local and international associates.
  • Team Building: Play a key role in recruiting staff and interns.


Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.
  • Minimum of 2 years in a management or executive support role.
  • Proficiency in English.
  • Strong communication skills, serving as the office’s primary liaison in internal and external interactions.

Preferred Attributes:

  • Advanced degrees or professional certifications in Management, Journalism, Communications, Law, Political Science, or International Relations.
  • Knowledge of human rights and political dynamics in Vietnam and Asia.
  • Experience in non-profit organizations and/or media industry.
  • Ability to speak Mandarin Chinese and/or Vietnamese.


  • Comprehensive medical and labor insurance coverage.
  • Opportunities for training and international travel.

Working at LIV: What’s It Like?

  • We are committed to fostering an inclusive environment. Applications are warmly welcomed from individuals of all backgrounds, including but not limited to LGBTQ+ and ethnic minority groups. And we are serious about it.
  • We dedicate significant efforts to creating and maintaining a high degree of commitment density in order to be highly effective and impactful. We value your alignment with our shared commitment, as our production thrives on teamwork and efficiency. Your collaborative spirit will be acknowledged and rewarded with the opportunities that you help create and contribute to with pride.
  • Engage with a global network of colleagues and partners across Vietnam, Taiwan, the United States, Canada, Europe, Thailand, Australia, and more. This involves international travel and flexible working hours.
  • Embrace a culture that values constructive criticism and innovation. Join a dynamic team of movers and shakers.
  • Enjoy significant autonomy and flexibility in your work. At LIV, we focus on outcomes rather than office hours, allowing you to tailor your workflow to align with both the organization’s goals and your personal preferences.
About us
Legal Initiatives for Vietnam’s (LIV) mission is to build a democratic society in Vietnam through independent journalism, research, and education. LIV was founded by Trịnh Hữu Long, Trần Quỳnh-Vi, Phạm Đoan Trang and Trương Tự Minh in 2014 as a small legal publication, which has now become its core project
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