Tổ chức Đông Tây Hội ngộ (EMW) cần tuyển vị trí quản lý chương trình làm việc tại Phnom Penh (Campuchia).
Hạn cuối nộp hồ sơ: 23/3/2012.
Thông tin chi tiết như sau:
East Meets West is an international NGO headquartered in the United States and has offices in seven countries in Southeast Asia, including Cambodia. The Clean Water and Sanitation Program (CWSP) was started in Vietnam in 1994, and currently serves about 350,000 people across rural areas of Vietnam. In recent years, EMW has expanded the CWSP to Cambodia by developing a clean water project at a local primary school, and is now expanding to include another clean water project for a local high school, a rural clean water system for about 575 households, and a potential major sanitation program using output-based aid methodology reaching about 25,000 families in two provinces.
We are now seeking a highly qualified candidate for the position of Program Manager based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia to fulfill the followings:
The Program Manager will work under the supervision of the Deputy Chief of Party of Community Hygiene Output-Based AID (CHOBA) to manage all clean water and sanitation programs in Cambodia. Activities include building and maintaining relationships with clean water and sanitation sector partners including INGOs, local NGOs and various government offices. Participate in policy-shaping of sanitation millennium development goal targets, especially with Ministry of Rural Development and various local government stakeholder groups (i.e. PDRD, Commune Councils). The Program Manager is also responsible for coordination of program activities with local partners, monitoring and evaluation of results/data derived from the program. In addition to CHOBA, the Program Manager is also responsible for supporting the Deputy Chief of Party on project management of all other clean rural water and sanitation projects.
Program Management, Monitoring And Evaluation
– Ensure the program goals and objectives are met with high quality
– Responsible for Program budgeting and financial monitoring, ensuring program activities are on schedule and program expenditures are cost efficient; Prepare budgets based on detailed work plans and monitor project budgets regularly (monthly, quarterly and annually)
– Work with and supervise program staff on technical matters to ensure the best quality of the program activities and materials
– Prepare monthly reports, quarterly reports and other reports upon request
– Conduct field trips to these program areas when requested during planning, monitoring and evaluation
– Conduct feasibility assessments for clean water and sanitation projects for fundraising.
Coordination and Relationship Management
– Build and nurture effective working relationships with local authorities, national and local partners and other related agencies to facilitate effective implementation of the program.
Team and organizational building and development
– Maintain positive teamwork among members working in the same program. Be willing to provide extra support to team members and other EMW programs when necessary
– Supervise and mentor staff on daily operational tasks.
– 3-5 years of experience in clean water and sanitation sector
– Technical knowledge and skills in clean water and sanitation
– Experience in monitoring and evaluation
– Experience and desire to work with government officials and other INGOs
– Proven staff management abilities and successful track record in project management
– Familiarity and experience working in Cambodia, particularly in rural communities
– Strong communication skills, attention to detail and highly organized
– Strong work ethic and teamwork
– Willingness to travel to project sites in rural communities
– Proficiency in Khmer and English
– Bachelor’s degree in engineering, environmental sciences, community development or related field preferred.
Salary and benefits will be determined based on experience and qualifications.
The deadline for the above position is March 23, 2012. All interested candidates must submit a cover letter and CV to: East Meets West (email@example.com)
Electronic copies only. For more information, please visit: http://www.eastmeetswest.org.