We are looking for a High-Energy Team Leader who is Tech Savvy and Knows How to Use Social Media to Promote Change
We have created a new high-level position in the USAID Cambodia Supporting Forests and Biodiversity Project (SFB Project), being implemented by Winrock International. We’re looking for a Team Leader who can coordinate the design and implementation an initiative that assists us to achieve our mandate. We need someone who understands how to implement a set of youth-centered activities directed at Cambodia’s 15 to 40 year olds. For the complete scope of work, please contact our office at the location or email address below.
Tasks of the Team Leader
• Coordinate the Design and Implementation an Awareness Raising, Ownership, and Action Initiative
• Define the Target Audiences, Communication Strategies, and Messages
• Leverage the Good Work of Others
If you have the following qualifications, please apply: Experience managing social media campaigns, communication, marketing and use of promotional materials. Experience mobilizing youth for action. Technologically savvy. Experience leading participatory processes in diverse groups. Fully fluent in Khmer and English languages. Able to self-manage your work.
How to Apply
Please submit a CV and cover letter and tell us why you are the best person for this Team Leader position. Send these to USAID Supporting Forests and Biodiversity Project office: Room 588, Building F, Phnom Penh Center Sothearos Blvd, Phnom Penh or send by email to email@example.com. Deadline for application is close of business on November 28, 2014.
Winrock International is an equal opportunity employer and women are strongly encouraged to apply. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview.
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