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Asia Injury Prevention Foundation (AIP Foundation) is a US 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on reducing fatalities and injuries from road crashes. AIP Foundation works to achieve its goal through a combination of targeted programs with adults as well as children; public awareness education; global and legislative advocacy; helmet production; and research, monitoring, and evaluation.

Since 2006, AIP Foundation has been actively engaged in preventing road crash fatalities and injuries in Cambodia. We work with a broad range of stakeholders and implement initiatives to improve local road safety conditions. Learn more about our programs, activities and achievements at www.asiainjury.org and www.saferoads.org.kh.

AIP Foundation, Cambodia office is currently seeking qualified candidates for the following four positions, which will be based in Phnom Penh with some travel to provinces. Qualified candidates will demonstrate commitment to high professional ethical standards and a diverse workplace.

Candidates with experience overseeing or assisting with the implementation of large grant projects will be preferred; in particular, those with experience with U.S. federal grants administered internationally through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will be an asset to the organization.

1. Enabling Environment Campaign Manager
The Enabling Environment Campaign Manager will be responsible for arranging key stakeholder and advocacy activities, including developing policy briefs; arranging national, provincial, and district level stakeholder workshops; and supporting the development of action plans.

Key Duties:
• Coordinate all ‘Enabling Environment’ program activities, including event arrangement, workshops, action plans and policy recommendation development, and advocacy;
• Identify road safety policy gaps and issues and develop advocacy strategies, plans, and tools to address these issues;
• Manage relationships with stakeholders in government, civil society, private sector, media, and other road safety NGO’s;

Key Skills
• Event coordination and organizational skills
• Experience in program or project planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and report writing
• Fluent in verbal and written Khmer and English languages

Qualifications and Requirements:
• Cambodian national
• Bachelor’s degree in development, law, journalism or a related field
• Minimum 4 years of experience working with an NGO, preferably in evidence-based advocacy campaign with media relations as well as project monitoring and evaluation responsibilities

2. Behavior Change Campaign Assistant
The Campaign Assistant will support the program activities for the Behavior Change Campaign. Position responsibilities include providing assistance to arrange workshops and trainings, develop and implement public awareness campaigns, oversee stakeholder and media relationships, and manage project reporting.

Key Duties:
• Assist Campaign Manager in conducting and coordinating all program activities;
• Supervise ongoing development and maintenance of campaign website;
• Maintain good working relationships with key stakeholders
• Support program planning and implementation with a focus on research, monitoring, and evaluation.

Key Skills
• Flexible and adaptable with strong interpersonal skills
• Excellent organizational skills
• Experience with project management, planning, and monitoring
• Fluent in verbal and written Khmer and English languages

Qualifications and Requirements:
• Cambodian national
• Bachelor’s degree in marketing, management, or a relevant field
• Minimum 2 years working experience, within the NGO sector and with a similar role

3. Operations Officer
The Operations Officer will be responsible for ensuring that the Accounting Unit’s requests are resolved and communicated in a timely manner, assisting with compiling grant reports, managing the organization’s human resources, and supporting the development of organizational and program budgets.

Key Duties:
• Support annual budgeting and planning process for the organization with the Country Director and Finance Assistant;
• Provide support to the program team through coordination of project reports and event/logistics arrangement;
• Manage support services (HR, IT, and Finance) in collaboration with headquarters office; continuously support improvements to each of these support service functions;

Key Skills
• High level organizational skills, including experience in managing travel arrangements, VIP visits, and project events
• Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite
• Fluent in verbal and written Khmer and English languages

Qualifications Requirements:
• Cambodian national
• Bachelor degree in Business or a related field
• Minimum 2 years work experience in a similar role
• Experience with financial duties, including budget development and oversight
• Knowledge of tax and other compliance implications of non-profit status

4. Enabling Environment Campaign Assistant
The Campaign Assistant will support the program activities for Enabling Environment Campaign. Position responsibilities include providing assistance to arrange workshops and trainings, develop and implement public awareness campaigns, oversee stakeholder and media relationships, and manage project reporting.

Key Duties:
• Assist Campaign Manager in conducting and coordinating all program activities;
• Maintain good working relationships with key stakeholders
• Support program planning and implementation with a focus on research, monitoring, evaluation, and action plan development.

Key Skills
• Flexible and adaptable with strong interpersonal skills
• Experience with project management, planning, monitoring and report writing
• Fluent in verbal and written Khmer and English languages

Qualifications Requirements:
• Cambodian national
• Bachelor’s degree in law, journalism, or a related fields
• Minimum 2 years working experience, within the NGO sector and with a similar role

For more job details, please contact us via e-mail at info@aipf-cambodia.org or telephone at 023 996 519.

Interested applicants submit expression of interest, resume, and a list of three references with current email addresses and telephone numbers using this webform.

All applications will be carefully reviewed, including both working history and references. Application deadline is 30th May 2014 at 5.30 PM.

Only short listed applicants will be notified. Interviews will take place in Phnom Penh. Work contracts will commence in July 2014.

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