HUMA N RESOURE MANAGER
Cambodian Children's Fund (CCF) is a well known international non-profit organization founded in 2004, CCF provides life-changing education, nourishment and healing to vulnerable children from some of Cambodia's most destitute communities.
To support with our rapidly growth and long term strategy, we are currently seeking a qualified candidate to fulfill the position as the Human Resource Manager based in Phnom Penh:
HR Manager will lead and develop the HR Department ensuring the effective operation of a professional operational HR function and services.
The role provides operational leadership whilst identifying areas for improvement and driving value adding initiatives. Whilst the strategic element of the role is critical to taking the team forward, you can also expect to be involved in hands-on operational HR duties including the management of HR decisions and administration.
Along with having a strong understanding of Cambodia Labor Law, Employee Services, HR administration and HRMIS databases, the HR Manager should also have a solid understanding of Recruitment, Training, and the provision of HR Services for Managers (in the application of HR policies, procedures and good HR practices).
Using a positive and service-oriented communication style, the HR Manager will be able to influence how the service is managed to truly support and make a difference to the organization.
Interested candidates are required to submit a cover letter, CV and CCF's Application Form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Before 12 June 2015.
The application form and detail position description are available at the CCF's Web site:
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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