Action Against Hunger / ACF International saves the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with access to safe water and sustainable solutions to hunger for over 35 years in more than 45 countries benefiting thirteen million people each year. Action Against Hunger is starting programs in Cambodia and we are expected to invite motivated and qualified professionals for the following position to join our dynamic team:
Survey expert (Nutrition Causal Analysis-NCA): Location at Preah Vihear Province (National Post for 3 months: $1,730 per month)
Reporting to the Survey Analyst, the Survey expert is responsible for supporting the implementation of a study on the causes of under-nutrition. You will participate in the reporting, in the capitalization and in the dissemination of the NCA results. You will ensure smooth implementation of and adherence to NCA guideline. You will support the NCA Analyst in team management, facilitate coordination and representation with the government and others stakeholders
Degree in Social Sciences, Anthropology; or Nutrition, community health or statistics. Prior experience with quantitative and qualitative data collection at field level; extensive qualitative data gathering, analysis and reporting required. 1 year of experience in nutrition assessments and surveys.
To Apply: Please send your update CV & cover letter with 3 professional references email@example.com no later than December 14th 2015, clearly indicated the position applying for, in the subject line of email. Only shortlisted Candidates to be contacted. No Telephone or email inquiries please. These are National Positions and hence only Candidates who are citizens of Cambodia are eligible to apply.
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