The Advocacy and Policy Institute (API) is a Cambodian non-profit and non-government organisation with a mission to serve the long term democratic and social development needs of Cambodia. API is committed to working with all institutions that share its values for positive and peaceful social change and encourages cooperation among the Government, citizens and the private sector.
The Director works closely with and reports to the API Board of Directors. She/he manages and works in collaboration with the Management Committee and has overall responsibility for managing API, including programme operations; budgeting and monitoring programme activities and expenditure; delegating specific functions and tasks at his/her discretion; establishing professional relationships with all stakeholders including the Cambodian Parliament and Ministries; fundraising and proposal development; programme planning and design and management; and capacity development for CSOs and local governments.
For more detail on Job Description, please go to: http://www.apiinstitute.org/index.php/announcement/news-announcement/48-job-announcement-jd-director
All applicants must have effective interpersonal skills and a proven ability to work well in a team; be proficient in the use of MS Word and Excel, Internet, email, Power Point, SPSS; and be fluent in Khmer, with a demonstrable ability to communicate professionally in spoken and written English.
This position attracts a salary starting at US$2,000 per month, plus a generous benefits package.
Interested applicants are requested to submit their detailed CV with a covering letter by email to Ms. Chorn Somaly: email@example.com or to API at Phnom Penh Villa, Building#124, 2nd Floor, Room 206, Street.388, Sangkat Toul Svayprey I, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh.
The closing date for applications: 2nd August 2016, at 4:00 pm.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted by phone/email interview. Your application/CV will not be returned. Women are encouraged to apply.
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