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Our Cambodia Office seeks energetic, result driven, change-oriented, creative and proactive service-minded to join us.



Position: Consultancy Service to Finalization of ETIP Case Management Manual
Location: Phnom Penh

General Description
The purpose of the consultancy is to finalize a Case Management Manual to be used by case workers

Requirements:
The consultant who will finalize the CMS manual
1. Extensive experience in developing manual, especially of anti-trafficking material
2. Experience in document edit, especially of anti-trafficking material
3. Experience in social work practice, especially for human trafficking client
4. Experience in working within the Greater Mekong Sub-region, at policy and at field level
5. Knowledge of human trafficking in the GMS and latest strategies and interventions applied to combat the problem
6. Excellent writing skill in English



For full detail of this consultancy service please visit our website.

To apply for this position, visit our website, send your CV and Cover Letter to cam_recruitment@wvi.org
Please PDF all documents before sending World Vision Cambodia no longer accepts hard copy applications
Website: www.wvi.org/cambodia
Email to: cam_recruitment@wvi.org



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SUBMIT ONLY PHOTOCOPIES OF UNIVERSITY DEGREES OR EQUIVALENTS ONLY with your application.

DO NOT submit photocopies of other certificates.
Closing Date: 07 May 2015


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