• Exciting opportunity on Australian Aid funded project
• Excellent remuneration and conditions
• Phnom Penh based with provincial travel
URS has been appointed as the Implementing Service Provider for this Australian Aid funded program.
The Cambodia Community Justice Assistance Partnership (CCJAP) continues the support that Australia has provided over the past 16 years in the criminal justice sector in Cambodia; the assistance has moved from being donor-driven and institutionally focussed to an increasingly community oriented and locally owned and administered program of support to provide communities with equitable access to justice.
The aim of CCJAPis to provide safer communities for women, youth and children through less crime. CCJAP will work toward strengthening court and prison systems through more effective management of pre-trial arrangements, use of non-custodial sentencing and improved prisons.
The Capital Works Adviser will be responsible for managing concept, design and specification of small scale infrastructure construction and refurbishment in prisons, police posts and courts. The primary focus will be on prison infrastructure which was surveyed in June 2011. Within prisons, priority will be given to facilities which address the multiple issues surrounding prison overcrowding.
To be successful in this role, candidates must have a minimum of 5 years experience in civil engineering or architectural projects, including concept design and specification of small-scale infrastructure.
You must be eligible to work in Cambodia to apply.
For further information on this role and to apply go to http://www.ap.urscorp.com/InternationalDevelopment/ProjectRecruitment and enter the job code 632
Applications close 31st August, 2014
Enquiries can be directed to email@example.com
Australian Aid—managed by URS on behalf of the Australian Government
URS is an equal opportunity employer of choice and is committed to child protection.
We encourage women and men to apply.
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