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Based in Cambodia, 17 Triggers is a mix between a consulting, marketing, and innovation firm, which helps social enterprises, international NGOs, funding agencies, and foundations  transform their programs to be dramatically more impactful. Working globally, our projects range from triggering millions of Indians to save more money to redesigning the way health care centers teach Cambodian mothers how to take care of their newborn babies, to training UNICEF Global on how to better sell toilets throughout the world.

• Oversee and be responsible for production proposals, pitches and SOWs delivered to clients;
• Work with project managers and creative directors to synthesize and deliver specific project needs and deliverables;
• Manage multiple projects with parallel timelines;
• Source and manage third party vendors to create project deliverables;
• Manage project timelines, budgets, and design production resources to meet deadlines.

• 5+ years of professional experience in print, interactive or film production, project management;
• Experience with delivering projects throughout the production lifecycle;
• Highly proactive, quick on your feet, and with a solution-driven approach to problem solving;
• Ability to manage scope (timelines and budgets) effectively and efficiently;
• Working knowledge of production and project management tools including or similar to Google Drive, Basecamp, Highrise, iWork (Pages, Numbers, etc.);
• Manage multiple projects with parallel timelines;
• Excellent communication skills (both oral and written);
• Ready to live in Cambodia for 2-3 years;
• Great attitude

A skill in another area of our business, be it design, development, strategy or otherwise

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