VSO is an international development organization that fights poverty through volunteers
Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Contract Type: Permanent
USD 9,825 – 16,375 per annum plus attractive benefits package i.e. pension contributions, medical cover for staff, medical allowance for staff with dependants, 37 leave days including public holidays.
This is a great opportunity to develop your skills and career with one of the best known international NGOs. As Recruitment Specialist, you are required to work as part of the global resourcing team, you will be responsible for recruitment of our employees, volunteers and consultants for the Cambodia country office. You will play a key role in supporting programmes and hiring managers ensuring timely and effective recruitment, selection and on boarding processes in line with VSO global policy and standards.
As important as building capacity of the country office on good practices on recruitment and strengthening the processes with high quality service delivery support, we will call on you to ensure data integrity in VSO recruitment system and provide accurate demand and reporting to the global and country office team.
This is a national hire post under national terms and conditions. Right to work in Cambodia is required. We will not obtain visa and work permit for non-Cambodian.
If you’re interested in applying for these roles, please download the job description to read more details about the positions and the skills and experience we’re looking for and then submit your online application through this link:
VSO Cambodia values difference and promotes diversity.
Office Telephone: 023 882 768
Applications close: 13 March 2016
Interview Assessment Date: To be confirmed
Start Date: As soon as possible
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