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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT


World Food Programme (WFP) is the world’s largest humanitarian organisation. WFP has been providing food assistance in Cambodia since 1979. WFP Cambodia’s activities focus on education, nutrition and productive assets and livelihood development. In 2012, WFP supported almost 1 million people in Cambodia.

Position: Procurement Assistant (Non Food Item)
Contract: WFP Service Contract
Grade: WFP Range III/SC5
Duration: 12 months, renewable
Duty Station: WFP Country Office, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Deadline: 10 February 2014 at 5:00 pm

The detailed Term of Reference is available upon request at the WFP Information desk or can be downloaded from the link http://67.23.238.138/~cambodia/Jobs/ or http://www.un.org.kh/index.php/about-un-cambodia/jobs.Applications along with a mandatory completed UN Personal History Form (P11) and a detailed CV with copy of education certificate should be delivered to the WFP Human Resources Unit, WFP Cambodia House 250, Road 63, Phnom Penh, faxed to # 023- 218 749 or emailed to Cambodia.Application@wfp.org. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. The applications will not be returned. Women are encouraged to apply. Equally qualified female candidates will be given preference.



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