The Initiative for Livelihood Education and Development (iLEAD) is Aide et Action's project to promote the livelihoods of vulnerable youth through education, training and job-placement facilitation. The primary aim of the program is to train youth and school dropouts from the marginalized sections of society in market-oriented skills. iLEAD has trained over 189,000 youth in South Asia with a 76% placement rate and the first centre in Southeast Asia opened in September 2015, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, offering quality training and livelihood enhancement.
1. Planning administration and Operations Management
• Provide leadership and vision to the organization by creating of long term development goals and strategic work plans
• Oversee the organizational planning including managing day-to-day operations and job-placement
• Oversee preparation of annual reports summarizing progress on short and long-term plans.
2. HR management
• Actively create a positive working and learning environment through positive leadership,
• Recruitment and orientation of project staff and manage all external contracts
• Establish efficient systems and procedures that create and maintain facilities suitable for the provision of high-quality vocational training
3. Marketing and Public Relations:
• Manage all iLEAD advertising and press releases
• Oversee production and distribution of all marketing and publicity
• Develop and manage partnerships
4. Financial management
• Provide recommendations regarding investments and cash management strategies and develop financial planning to ensure the continuity and solvency of the company
• Oversee preparation of annual budget, regular variance statements and an annual audit
• Support fundraising efforts
5. Trainee recruitment, Training and Job-Placement
• Oversee community mobilization and trainee recruitment each quarter (20 pax per class)
• Supervise centre instructional programs
• Establish the annual master schedule for instructional programs
• Establish a professional rapport with students and staff displaying the highest ethical and professional behavior and standards.
• Support iLEAD trainers and facilitators in the interviewing, coaching and placement of trainees.
• Liaise with local authorities and relevant ministries
• Completed a bachelor's degree in management, school administration or a related field
• A minimum of five years of experience in business management, planning and financial oversight and personnel management
• Demonstrated ability to work with students
• Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills
• Demonstrated ability to manage and supervise a staff
• Effective problem solving and mediation skills
• Proficiency with office computer equipment and software including Google docs and Google drive
• Demonstrated ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced setting
• Native Khmer language skills
• Business-level fluency in English
How to apply
Please see the following link for a full job description; http://seac.aide-et-action.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/JD_iLEAD-General-Manager_FINAL.docx
Interested candidates are invited to send their CV with a cover letter including three professional references to Ms. CHOURNG Channchivita at email: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than November 4th, 2015 with successful applicants to commence as soon as possible. Please do not attach any certificates
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