In December 2012, UNOPS was selected by the Cambodia Country Coordinating Mechanism for The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) to become the Principal Recipient (PR) for the Single Stream of Funding (SSF) Malaria grant for Cambodia. The management responsibility for this grant was handed over to UNOPS on April 1st 2013. As the designated Principal Recipient for the Global Fund SSF Malaria grant, UNOPS is responsible for the quality financial management, timely procurement of supplies and service delivery as well as efficient monitoring and evaluation of grant implementation activities.
UNOPS was awarded the role of Principal Recipient for the Regional Artemisinin Initiative (RAI) mid-2013, and this regional role will be managed from UNOPS Myanmar.The RAI will cover Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand. UNOPS Cambodia is responsible to ensure the implementation of the Cambodia component of this regional grant from January 2014 to December 2016.Subsequently, UNOPS is seeking for highly qualified and committed candidates for the following positions:
|M&E Officer||LICA-7||Phnom Penh||31-Dec-13|
|Programme Officer||LICA-7||Phnom Penh||31-Dec-13|
|Programme Associate||LICA-4||Phnom Penh||31-Dec-13|
|Procurement Associate||LICA-4||Phnom Penh||23-Dec-13|
Interested and qualified applicants are requested to apply via the UNOPS Global Personnel Recruitment System (GPRS) https://gprs.unops.org/pages/viewvacancy/VAListing.aspx
More information about the positions and the application process can also be found on www.unops.org
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted to participate in the recruitment process.
UNOPS, Phnom Penh Center’s 6th Floor, Room # 628, Corner of Sihanouk and Sothearos Blvds., 12301 Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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