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Executive Director

VBNK is a dynamic Cambodian learning organisation combining the best of creative, high quality capacity development methodologies. Responding to the diverse needs of communities, civil society organisations, government and private sector, VBNK applies a flexible approach to achieve impact. Strategic planning, organisational and leadership development, facilitation, cross-actualisation and skills training enables VBNK to respond to highly complex social development issues.

VBNK is currently recruiting for an experienced candidate for the position of Executive Director. The successful applicant will provide high-order management and leadership to achieve VBNK’s 2016-2018 Strategic Plan. This change framework places Leadership Development, Community Empowerment, Organisational Development and Results-based Management at the centre of its programmes, partnerships, branding, reputation and operating model.

A full job description and application form is available on the VBNK website ( or via email Applicants will submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae and completed VBNK application form by email to Mr. Ou Saorn, Administration/Finance Director (

Women are strongly encouraged to apply.
VBNK, #23, Street 554, Boung Kok1, Toul Kork, Phnom Penh
Tel +855-23 885 805/885 815
Applications close on 08 July 2016 Midnight Phnom Penh time

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