Program Manager, Culture & Arts Education in Public Schools
Cambodian Living Arts (CLA), an NGO working to develop the arts and culture sector, is looking for a Program Manager, Culture & Arts Education in Public Schools. The Program Manager, Culture & Arts Education in Public Schools is expected to develop, manage and evaluate initiatives and programs in line with the mission and goals of the five-year program. The Program Manager will be responsible for engaging and supporting these partners and stakeholders in the project and developing a collaborative and effective working approach. The Program Manager will be supported by a core team within CLA, and advisors with experience in cultural education within Asia.
♦ 3-5 years of progressive, professional experience in culture and arts education
♦ Professional knowledge and experience of education and schools in Cambodia
♦ Experience of arts and culture, and commitment to creativity
♦ Strategic thinker and creative problem solver
♦ Experienced program manager, able to supervise teams and subcontractors
♦ Strong communicator, able to engage and negotiate with stakeholders
♦ Fluent written and spoken Khmer
♦ Good level of written and spoken English
♦ Interest in arts essential, experience in arts education desirable
Salary: Monthly range $850-1,400 (net)
Application: For further information and application instructions visit www.cambodianlivingarts.org/ opportunities/work-with-cla/
Email email@example.com by October 31, 2016.
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