Oxfam is an international relief and development organization working with partners to find long-term solutions to global poverty and injustice. We are seeking to appoint aProgram Director oversees programs, staff and budgets in line with our program objectives and to ensure quality and consistency with Oxfam’s goals and the priorities of communities in the region.
The Program Director leads program staff in the formation and implementation of program strategy and development of new program areas. The Program Director ensures strong coordination across EARO programs and teams as well as effective coordination across Oxfam America departments.
Through exercising effective leadership, the Program Director will build high performing program teams and offer strong representation in internal and external venues with colleagues,
partners, peers, allies, authorities and other institutions regionally and nationally.
As an International level appointment the Program Director is integral to Oxfam’s management, contributing to and supported by both National and Regional Level Leadership Teams.
We are seeking at least minimum 8 years professional experience in a related field, including at least 3 years in a relevant social justice or political environment and at least 2 years in
a management position.Understanding issues in the Mekong Region; knowledge of relationships with key stakeholders in the field at regional and national levels; with experience in both policy advocacy campaigning and private sector engagement.
The Program Director will be based in the Phnom Penh office with a very competitive salary package. The roles require frequent travel within regional countries.
For full details of this job write to email@example.com please quote “Application for Program Director, based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia”. Send your cover letter and your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org COB 18th July 2014. Women and regional nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.
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