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KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA

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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Since the end of 2004, the Royal Government of Cambodia with the Ministry of Economy and Finance as the auxiliary has started to implement a long term Public Financial Management Reform Program step by step, with the aim of improving the public financial management system of Cambodia toward an international standard. The implementation of this program has been subsequently succeeded, and the next step is being implemented. General Secretariat of Public Financial Management Reform Steering Committee is an auxiliary of the Public Financial Management Reform Steering Committee of the Ministry of Economy and Finance having a function and duty to coordinate the preparation and implementation of economic and. financial works and policies as well as to coordinate the preparation and implementation of Public Financial Management Reform Program. With a clear vision and in the name of auxiliary with quality, efficiency and effectiveness, the General Secretariat necessarily needs a number of officials who have sufficient capability, expertise and experience for serving each work.

With this regard, the General Secretariat hereby announces to recruit employees for working full time at the General Secretariat of Public Financial Management Reform Steering Committee of the Ministry of Economy and Finance in six sections (Policy Section, Revenue Section, Budget Formulation Section, Budget Execution Section, General Support and Capacity Building Section and Innovation and Public Relation Section) in accordance with positions and qualifications as follows:

Specialists (six persons in total, one person for each section)
- Holding at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics, Finance or equivalent fields;
- Having at least a one-year working experience in the department he/she will be in charge of;
- Having knowledge of English language which can be used officially;
- Having will and high commitment in reform works and being able to work as a team;
- Being creative, having skills of communication and leadership;

This recruitment is open for all male and female candidates from all ministries or institutions and public, but it gives priority to civil servants who voluntarily suspend their works at their former units in order to work full time at the General Secretariat. Women are given priorities for each position;

Salary / allowance will be properly received in accordance with the position and depends on abilities, experiences and qualifications of the male or female candidates;

The male or female candidates who are interested in [this job announcement], please submit your application for the employment, together with a curriculum vitae, cover letter and relevant documents at the address below at every working hour by March 02, 2015, at 5:30 p.m. at the latest.

For more information, please contact Mr. Huy Sovannara, at the following address:
Ministry of Economy and Finance:
Location No. 60 Street 92, Sangkat Wat Phnom, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh;
General Secretariat of Public Financial Management Reform Steering Committee:
Suite A, Main building, Second floor
Contact No. 012 202 075/ 023 430 791
Email: huy.sovannara@pfm.gov.kh and admin@pfm.gov.kh

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