VSO is an international development organization that fights poverty through volunteers
Location : Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Fixed term contract (12 months) with attractive benefits package
Circa USD 21,000 – USD 26,000 annual gross salary plus attractive benefits package i.e. end of service gratuity in lieu of pension, 37 annual leave days including public holidays.
This is a national job position which can be based in either Phnom Penh, Cambodia or Yangon, Myanmar. Only applicants who have the legal right to live and work in Cambodia and/or Myanmar are eligible to apply.
This is a great opportunity to develop your skills and career with one of the best known international NGOs. As Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Manager, you will provide programme research, monitoring and evaluation support to the two country offices. The RME Manager will take the lead on designing and implementing research and evaluation strategies, improving programme monitoring systems and processes, monitoring programme performance, and building monitoring and evaluation capacity of the programme team. The RME Manager will ensure that high quality data and outcomes of programme research, monitoring and evaluation are systematically generated for the team’s usage in improving the design and delivery of VSO’s high quality programmes.
If you’re interested in applying for this role, please download the job description to read more details about the position and the skills and experience we’re looking for and then submit your online application through this link: http://www.vsointernational.org/about/careers/vacancies
VSO Cambodia values difference and promotes diversity.
Office Telephone: 023 882 768
Applications Close Date: 20 December 2015
Interview Assessment Date: 21 December 2015
Start Date: 18 January 2016
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