CALL FOR RESUMES (CVs)
USAID / Development Innovations project
DAI is an employee-owned global development company that has worked with thousands of local businesses and civil society organizations (CSOs) in Cambodia over the past 30 years. Development Innovations is a three-year, USAID-funded project (2013-2016) implemented by DAI that supports civil society and social innovators to use technology in support of Cambodia’s development goals. The experimental project offers funding and resources to build capacity and interest in information and communication technology (ICT) for development and has established the 5D co-working and innovation Lab to offer direct services to civil society and techies. The project is seeking candidates for the Grants Officer position.
The Grants Officer will support the Grants Manager to manage all grant funding targeted for CSOs and technology initiatives. The Grants Officer will manage the grants financial reports, advances, reimbursement requests, and manage the grant fund expenditures in DAI’s project management database TAMIS . Under the guidance of the Grants Manager, s/he will collaborate with technical and operations staff to design, market, evaluate, award, track/monitor and publicize results of project grants.
Candidates who meet the following qualifications are urged to apply:
• An undergraduate degree or commensurate work experience.
• Three years of experience in financial management, grants management experience highly desirable.
• Working knowledge of USAID rules and regulations.
• Strong attention to detail and excellent communication skills.
• Good English (speaking and writing).
Candidates interested in the position should email a CV and cover letter with the position of interest typed in the subject line to SILK_recruitment@dai.com by Tuesday 2nd June 2015 at 5: 30 PM
Or send your CV to Development Innovations, #296, St. 271, Floor 3, Sangkat Toul TumPong II, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel: (0)23 966 271
For more detail information and detail scope of work, visit www.development-innovations.org on the homepage under NEW JOB ANNOUNCEMENT.
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