NPA is a humanitarian aid organization established in 1939 by the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions. NPA is currently present in over 30 countries. NPA started activities in Cambodia in 1992 providing de-mining assistance to the Cambodian Mine Action Center (CMAC) in order to prepare for resettlement of refugees returning from the border camps in Thailand.
Since 2004, NPA South East Asia has changed its strategies from direct service delivery to a rights-based approach building on partnership framework; it is a two-way cooperation and sharing of complementary resources to achieve the mission of local organizations engaged in activities promoting mobilization and progressive changes in the Country.
NPA Office in Cambodia is seeking qualified Cambodian national applicants for the position of Information Management Assistant (one person) based at CMAC Demining Unit 5, Kampong Cham province with occasional rotation to Ratanakiri province.
• Be responsible for all IM and IT related activities at the field level.
• Bachelor degree in IT
• At least two years of practical experience with information management
• Able to fix hardware and software
• Able to work under pressure
• Able to work independently and as a team
• Able to work and travel long distances from the based location
Interested candidates are requested to submit a cover letter and a CV to NPA at office #4, Street 278, Sangkat Olympic, Phnom Penh OR via e-mail address at RecruitmentC@npaid.org. The closing date for applications is April 30, 2014 at 17:00. Women and disabled people are encouraged to apply. Only short-listed candidates will be notified.
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