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Multiple Positions for Upcoming Civil Society Support Program, Cambodia


Management Systems International seeks a Deputy Chief of Party, Grants Manager, and Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist for the upcoming USAID Cambodia Civil Society Support Program aimed at strengthening the organizational capacity of civil society organizations (CSOs) through training, technical assistance, and financial support. The program will also assist USAID with managing a grants program and managing a legal defense fund.

The Deputy Chief of Party will support the Chief of Party in managing all aspects of the program: Master’s degree, 10 years’ experience managing and implementing civil society programs, experience with USAID-funded programs preferred. Professional proficiency in English and Khmer required.

The Grants Manager will oversee and administer grants under this project: Bachelor’s Degree, 5 years experience managing USAID grants programs, professional proficiency in English and Khmer required.

The Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Specialist will design and implement an M&E system to monitor the program in reaching its targets and overall objectives: Bachelors degree of higher, an advanced certificate in M&E preferred, 5 years experience in a senior M&E position, professional proficiency in English and Khmer required.

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