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Reproductive and Child Health Alliance (RACHA) within the Empowering Communities for Health (ECH) Project which is a five year (October 2014 – September 2019) Cooperative Agreement awarded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The primary purpose of the ECH project is to enhance the skills of Village Health Support Groups (VHSGs), strengthen their technical linkages to Health Centers (HCs), and institutionalize them under local government structures for long-term sustainability.  The project objectives are to strengthen health systems and governance; improve maternal child health (MCH) practices in communities; and improve effectiveness and efficiency of tuberculosis (TB) diagnosis and treatment. The ECH project covers 9 provinces including: Bantey Meanchey, Siem Reap, Battambang, Pursat, Kampong Speu, Pailin, Kampong Cham, Tbong Khmom, and Prey Veng.

For more details on the job openings, please visit the RACHA website at: Candidates MUST submit a current resume with a cover letter with three references to: RACHA Human Resources Office #160, Street 71, Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Chamkar Mon, Phnom Penh, or e-mail to , or   

RACHA is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer with strict adherence to the Child Protection Principles.

Qualified female professionals Cambodian and International candidates are highly encouraged to apply.

Apply now to RACHA within a competitive pay scale and competitive advantages.


1. Chief of Party, COP (1 position base in phnom penh)
Job Summary: COP must have 12 years of professional experience, including 5 years of management experience, as well as demonstrated experience in strategic planning, budgeting, and managing USAID or other donor-financed projects. An understanding of compliance issues, excellent communication skills, fluency in written and spoken English and an ability to travel to the field are required.

S/he responsible for the overall management of the financial, technical, and operational activities, and achieved results of the program. The Chief of Party (COP) is responsible for continuously monitoring technical activities to ensure that work plan activities are delivered in a timely manner and that the quality of the technical assistance is in line with the requirements of the program. The COP is responsible for communicating regular updates to the senior management team to ensure that there is a continuous flow of information about the program, including any relevant issues/risks facing the program. The COP will act in an advisory capacity to the Executive Director and other colleagues concerning proposed and new activities, procedures, or policies affecting the program’s or the organization’s operations. They are responsible for developing and/or advice in the preparation and monitoring of the program budget, program deliverables, and expenditures, establishing and maintaining cooperative relationships with other units. Must have an advanced degree in public health or a relevant field, experience and expertise in Community MCH, 10 years of senior level experience in program development, implementation and management of large health programs, knowledge of effective budget monitoring/compliance monitoring, and demonstrated experience in managing USAID or other donor-financed projects are required. 5+ years of previous Chief of Party experience (for USAID) is an asset.

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