UNFPA will hire a consultant for the following assignment:
|Job Title:||National consultancy – Prevention of Violence Manual and Training|
|Duty Station:||UNFPA Office, Phnom Penh|
|Contract type:||Individual consultant|
|Deadline:||16 October 2015 (4pm Local Time)|
Main Tasks and Responsibilities:
♦ Review the translated violence prevention manuals in Khmer and make revisions where needed to ensure accuracy of content and meaning.
♦ Support MoWA and P4P Program Design and Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant
♦ Ensure that all changes and adaptations agreed in the workshop will be incorporated into the final manuals in Khmer.
♦ Facilitate the final consultation workshop and finalize the manual in Khmer and in English.
♦ Advance Degree in social sciences, gender and development studies or related fields
♦ At least 3 years of professional experience in the area of training manual development and gender or prevention/response to violence against women trainings. Proven record of sensitivity to gender equality issues. Khmer and English proficiency.
How to apply:
Applications must be supported with a motivation letter, UN Personal History Form (P11), detailed CV and key relevant certificates. The sealed application addressed to Dr. Derveeuw Marc G. L., Representative, UNFPA, Phnom Penh Center, Room 526. The P11 Form and ToR can be obtained via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or UNFPA Website (http://countryoffice.unfpa.org/cambodia). Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. UNFPA retains the right to contact referees directly.
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