Winrock International is seeking a highly-qualified M & E Team Leader to join the USAID-funded ‘Supporting Forests and Biodiversity Project’ (SFB) in Cambodia. The position is based in Phnom Penh. Winrock International is a non-profit organization leading the USAID Supporting Forests and Biodiversity Project. The goals of the Project include improved conservation and governance of the Eastern Plains and Prey Lang landscapes to mitigate climate change and conserve biodiversity.
The M & E Team Leader will be responsible for overseeing the development of all M and E systems and ensuring coordination with all Project staff and field teams, including Project Partners. This position is permanent and requires a self-starting, high-performing and highly-skilled, person. The M&E Team Leader is a member of the Projects senior management team. If you meet or exceed the following qualifications, please apply.
Education: A Master’s Degree or higher in mathematics, economics, business, development, public policy or in related field of study.
Experience: Five or more years of experience in implementing monitoring and evaluation systems in technical assistance projects in a team environment. A thorough understanding of developing, maintaining, and using cloud-based systems is a plus and USAID M &E experience is highly desired.
Languages: Excellent written and spoken Khmer and English language capabilities.
To Apply: Applicants should send their CV and a cover letter to the SFB Project Office: Phnom Penh Center, Building F, Room 588, Sothearos Blvd, Phnom Penh, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for the position is March 25, 2014. For a full copy of the Terms of Reference, please call Ms. Sotheavy, HR/Admin Officer at the Project office: 023 220 714 or email to email@example.com
Winrock International is an equal opportunity employer and women are encouraged to apply. We regret that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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