Job Title: National Consultancy to provide technical support and policy guidance for the effective implementation of National Policy for Cambodia Youth Development
Duty Station: UNFPA Phnom Penh
Contract type: Individual Consultant
Deadline: 18 March 2016 (4 PM Local Time)
Objective of assignment:
To provide technical support and policy guidance to Directorate General of Youth Development (DG-YD), Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports, for the effective implementation of the National Policy on Cambodia Youth Development (NP-CYD).
♦ Advanced degree (PhD level is preferable) in Public Policy and Development or in social sciences, development study or other related fields;
♦ At least five to eight year of-experience with policy/strategy formulation;
♦ Proof of authorship in published papers, research reports and policies or policy briefs related to the subject is required
♦ Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and Khmer
♦ Availability to work full time throughout the assignment and base at MoEYS.
How to apply:
Applications must be supported with a UN Personal History Form (P11) and a detailed CV. The application should be addressed directly to Dr. Derveeuw Marc G. L., Representative, UNFPA, Phnom Penh Center, Room 526, Sothearos Blvd., Chamkar Mon, Phnom Penh. The P11 Form and Terms of Reference can be obtained via email email@example.com or UNFPA Website http://countryoffice.unfpa.org/cambodia. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. UNFPA retains the right to contact referees directly.
There is no fee at any stage of the application process. UNFPA does not solicit or screen for information in respect of HIV or AIDS and does not discriminate on the basis of HIV status.
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