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URGENT JOB VACACY


The Committee for Free and Fair Elections in Cambodia, COMFREL, is a strong and enduring Cambodian NGO dedicated to providing an independent and non-partisan role in the  formation and growth of Cambodian democracy. COMFREL has participated in the 1998, 2003, 2008 and 2013 National Assembly Elections and the 2002, 2007, and 2012 commune council elections. COMFREL is seeking a qualified consultant team to conduct an external evaluation for program period 2011 to 2015.

Applicants must submit a letter of interest, CV of team leader and concept note for external evaluation program to Mr. Sopheak, Report officer or Mrs. Thunny Sr. Admin. Secretary by email in PDF and Word formats to:

sopheak@comfrel.org or thunnvfficomfrel.org
016 66 56 57/012 398 116/023 884 150 (working hours).
Please visits: www.comfrel.org

For Specific details on Job Duties, Requirement and Application Deadline, COMFREL Office: #138, St. 122, Sangkat Teuk Laak I, Khan Tuol Kork, Phnom Penh.
Tel: (023) 884 150 in administration units.

Deadline of application: September 07st 2015 at 17 pm.
TOR of the external evaluation will sent upon request or goes to COMFREL's website to download it.

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