The U.S. Embassy in Phnom Penh is seeking an individual for the Project Development Specialist (Project Design and Gender) position for the Program Office, USAID/Cambodia.
The Project Development Specialist (Project Design and Gender) will support USAID/Cambodia in two primary functions. The first is project design in which the incumbent will work with the Program Office and technical offices throughout the cycle: planning, new activity design, review, approval, and managing. The second function is to serve as the gender and female empowerment technical expert to assist USAID/Cambodia to ensure its development assistance portfolio complies with USAID gender-related policies, regulations, and strategies, to include the recently released Gender Equality and Female Empowerment Policy.
Salary: The annual salary range for this position is
USD 19,142 – 29,672.
1. A Bachelor’s degree in social sciences, international development, gender, women’s studies, sociology, development studies, program evaluation, or international programs.
2. A minimum of five (5) years of experience in project management positions related to gender equality or project design. At least two years of this experience should have been with a U.S. government agency, an international/local organization, or donor engaged in development work.
3. Level IV (fluent) Speaking/Reading/Writing English and Khmer are required. Language proficiency will be tested.
The application deadline is December 19, 2013.
Interested candidates must submit applications by email to RecruitmentPHP@state.gov using the “Universal Application for Employment as a Locally Employed Staff or Family Member (DS-174)” form. The application form and complete details on this position can be found at http://cambodia.usembassy.gov/employment_opportunities.html.
Note: All Ordinarily Resident (OR) applicants must have the required work and/or residency permits to be eligible for consideration.
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