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Initially established in 1996 as a project of International HIV/AIDS Alliance, KHANA operated as an NGO from 1997 and was officially registered as a local NGO in 2000. Since then it has operated as a linking organization of the International HIV/AIDS Alliance and is so far a leading non-governmental organization in Cambodia that has made outstanding contributions to the HIV response. KHANA’s work has been made possible through support from USAID, the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, European Union, World Food Programme and AusAID.

We are now seeking a qualified Cambodian national for the following vacancies:

1. Planning, Monitoring and Reporting Officer (Volunteer) – 2 Positions

Overall Responsibilities:
The Planning, Monitoring and Reporting Officer (Volunteer) is a key member of a Planning Monitoring and Reporting team that manages sub-grants to implementing partners (coverage and targets) and ensures overall IP program management and performance to meet the success indicators of KHANA’s strategic plan.

Selection Criteria:
• Fresh graduate with bachelor degree in English, IT, Social Sciences, Business Administration or other related fields (proof of completion is required)
• Experience is not required
• At least one-year commitment for the applied position
• Good English communication preferably writing skills.

2. Procurement Officer (Volunteer)

Overall Responsibilities:
The post holder plays a vital role in the provision of full range of procurement functions and supports to KHANA and its partners (as relevant) with high standard and ethics by ensuring compliance with relevant rules and regulations as well as timely inputs to donor reporting.

Selection Criteria:
• Fresh graduate with bachelor degree in any academic discipline relevant to the position ( proof of completion is required )
• No relevant/previous experiences required
• Good communications skills/capacity in writing Khmer and English (measured by standard testing systems or tools)
• At least one-year commitment for the applied position
• Good English communication preferably writing skills.

3. Finance Officer: IP Finance (Volunteer)

Key Responsibilities:
To provided, in collaboration with program team of KHANA, IPs with the adequate level of support in the areas of budget preparation, monitoring and reporting. Monitor KHANA IPs to ensure proper use of funds and assets from donors.

Selection Criteria:
• Bachelor degree in: Financial Management,Accounting Management or Business Administration (proof of completion is required)
• Relevant or previous experience is not required
• At least one-year commitment for the applied position
• Good English communication preferably writing skills.

Interested candidates must apply online via Opportunities Section)by 6th January 2014 at 5.00 p.m.Only short-listed candidates will be notified for further process. Detailed job descriptions for these positions are available for download through above website. Applications via email or hard copies will not be considered.

KHANA is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from appropriate qualified people from all sections of the community. Qualified people living with HIV, MSM, disabled people and women are particularly encouraged to apply.

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