If you are qualified and looking for a chance to make a real difference in the lives of Cambodian children while gaining opportunities for career growth, you are invited to apply for the following assignment with The United Nations Children’s Fund
The incumbent will be placed in Phnom Penh and report to the Planning Specialist. He/ she will contribute to overall coordination, planning, monitoring, review and reporting of UNICEF country programme in Cambodia. This includes support in the development and monitoring of annual work plans, M&E plans, programme budgets, data and information analysis, progress reporting, and support for cross sectoral issues in Phnom Penh and at provincial level. This is a temporary assignment expected to start as soon as possible and end by 31 July 2016.
We expect you to be committed to UNICEF’s mission, and have:
• A university degree in Social Sciences, International Relations, Government, Public Administration, Public Policy, Social Policy, Social Development, Community Development, or other related field
• At least two years of relevant professional work experience in planning, project administration, monitoring and evaluation, or similar. Background/familiarity with Emergency programming and response is an asset
• Experience working in the UN or other international development organization is an asset
• Fluency in verbal and written English and Khmer
If you meet these requirements, and are passionate about joining our team, please check for full details and instructions at www.unicef.org/cambodia/overview_24248.html. The deadline for receipt of applications is 19 July 2015.
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