Will you use your leadership skills and microfinance experience to impact children's lives and empower communities? VisionFund Cambodia is seeking a dynamic, hands-on leader who has experience of growing organisations in complex environments to be our new Chief Executive Officer.
ABOUT VISIONFUND: VisionFund Cambodia is the only microfinance institution in Cambodia with an international network of 35 countries around the world with the social mission to improve the lives of children by offering small loans and other financial services to families. Our work empowers our clients to grow successful businesses which enable children to grow up with improved health and education. Working in partnership with World Vision, we are committed to long-term change which will unlock potential for future generations.
PURPOSE ROLE: To implement the strategic goals and objectives of the organization; give direction and leadership towards the achievement of the organization's vision, mission, strategy and its annual goals and objectives; represent the organization and strive to build a positive image in all relevant media.
• Source Funding
• Financial Management
• Risk Management
• Community and Public Relations
• At least ten years working experience, with two in senior leadership
• Clear understanding and experience of micro-finance industry
• Determined personality with the ability to motivate and manage a team
• Capability and willingness to lead the organization forward
Email your CVs and a Letter of Motivation to email@example.com with "VisionFund Cambodia CEO" in the subject.
Please visit http://visionfund.com.kh/careers for more detail
DEADLINE: 17 October 2014
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