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Initially established in 1996 as a project of International HIV/AIDS Alliance, KHANA started operating as an NGO in 1997 and was officially registered as a local NGO in 2000. Since then it has been operating 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 national HIV response. KHANA’s work has been made possible through support from USAID and the Global Fund New Funding Model.

We are now seeking qualified Cambodians national for the following vacancies:
 

1. Grant Management Officer

 
Key Responsibilities:
The GMO is a key member of the project team that manages sub-grants to Centres of Excellence(CoE)/Implementing Partners(IP) and ensures overall CoE/IP project performance to meet the success indicators of the signed grant agreement.

Selection Criteria:
• Bachelor Degree in Business Administration, Social Science, or Public Health
• At least 2 years relevant experience in Project and Grant management.
 

2. KHANA Technical HUB Officer: Social Marketing

 
Key Responsibilities:
The post holder is responsible for social marketing activities the KHANA Social Enterprise (KSE) including, but not limited to, conducting market survey, drafting sale strategies , drafting product branding and identifying potential social business opportunity which could maximizing benefit to the program and to the beneficiaries KHANA is serving in the short and long-term.

Selection Criteria:
• Bachelor degree in Business Administration, specializing in marketing or other similar academic disciplines
• Minimum 2 years of relevant experiences with private sector, or NGO in social marketing and sale activities.
 

3. KHANA Technical HUB Assistant (Volunteer)

 
Key Responsibilities:
The post holder is responsible for providing assistances to the KTH in terms managing day-to-day technical, administrative and financial operations, documentations and maintain KSE filling systems.

Selection Criteria:
• Bachelor degree in English Literature or social science or psychology or development studies or health related fields
 

4. Grant Management Assistant (Volunteer)

 
Key Responsibilities:
The post holder is responsible for providing assistance to the Global Fund Grant Management team in terms of grant management.

Selection Criteria:
• Bachelor degree in business administration, majoring in finance/accounting and or management.
 

5. Database Management Assistant (Volunteer)

 
Key Responsibilities:
The post holder is responsible for providing assistance to the GF M&E team in terms of database management, and monitoring and reporting.

Selection Criteria:
• Bachelor Degree in Computer Science

Interested candidates must send your resume to our email address at recruitment@khana.org.kh by 28th March 2016 – 5.00 pm. Only short-listed candidates will be notified for further process. Detailed job description for these positions is now available for download at KHANA website (www.khana.org.kh).

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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