The Danish Red Cross (DRC) is part of the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, the world's largest humanitarian organisation. The DRC has been working in Cambodia for more than 10 years, focusing on improving community health, MNCH and access to safe water and sanitation. Together with Cambodia Red (CRC) Cross the Danish Red Cross are implementing a community based health program in Kampot and Preah Vihear Provinces.
The Danish Red Cross (DRC) Office in Cambodia is seeking a qualified and experienced Cambodian national to fill the position of Programme Support Officer. This position is based in Phnom Penh with occasional travel to programme districts and Red Cross branches. The main role of the Programme Support Officer is to support the DRC Programme Office in ensuring that all aspects of the DRC-CRC Programme work are undertaken in a professional and sustainable way. The incumbent shall be responsible for ensuring work related to programme planning, preparation and operations; supervision; and reporting are conducted in accordance with programme aims and objectives. The Programme Support Officer shall moreover be responsible for translation and administrative tasks for the DRC Programme Office.
Interested candidates who have a university degree or advanced certificate, along with significant recent experience in programme work - preferably within health - as well as translation skills should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a job description.
Qualified persons should submit their application (one page covering letter and CV of no more than 3 pages) by email to email@example.com with the subject heading "DRC-KH-PSO". The deadline for applications is Friday 17 October 2014 at 17.00.
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