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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT


Aide et Action (AEAI) is an international NGO, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland supporting the development of sustainable education projects with our belief in the universal right to a quality education. The AEA Cambodia office is seeking a qualified Monitoring & Evaluation Officer.

The successful candidate will have a university degree preferably in Business Administration, Economics, Social Sciences or a related field and at least 5 years experience in the design and implementation of M&E/MIS in development projects implemented by national/international NGOs/UN bodies/ Government/private sector. The application deadline is the 29th March 2016 at 5:00pm.

Please refer to the website below for the detailed job description and application instructions. http://goo.gl/rn9Dkx

This is a locally engaged staff position. You need to be eligible for a work visa, if applying as a foreign nationality.

AEA is an equal opportunity employer and qualified women are highly encouraged to apply.

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