ActionAid is an international anti-poverty agency formed in 1972. We are a partnership between people in poor and rich countries working together to end poverty and injustice. Today we are working with over 13 million of the world’s poorest and excluded people in over 40 countries worldwide to secure their rights to a life free of poverty and injustice, and with the support of half a million donors and supporters.
We are seeking dynamic and professional candidates to fill the position of Fundraising Manager.
Position: Fundraising Manager
Report to: ActionAid Country Director
Location: Based in Phnom Penh with frequent travel to the field
Position purpose: The position is responsible for liaison with donors, proposal development, and mobilization of strategic resources to support ActionAid Cambodia programme.
Minimum Requirements and Qualification:
• Master degree in relevant discipline and min of 5 years working experience in international development organizations
• Excellent interpersonal communications skills (written and verbal) with strong facilitation, coordination, and networking skills
• Demonstrated experiences in concept note/proposal development
Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply
A detailed job description is available on the job page of our website: www.actionaid.org/cambodia . Applicant should send your complete CV and names of three referees (two direct line supervisors) and cover letter to ActionAid Officer: # 69 Street 242, Phnom Penh or email: Cambodia.Job@actionaid.org.
Application deadline: January 03 2014 at the latest.
The position is opened for national applicant.
Previous applicant need not to reapply.
Only selected candidates will be notified.
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