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Want to make a real difference for Cambodian children? Join Team UNICEF in Cambodia and be part of a dynamic and passionate office that works to realize the rights of every child so they can survive and thrive. Join us to improve the health, nutrition, water, sanitation, hygiene, and basic education of Cambodian girls and boys, and help protect them from violence, exploitation and abuse.
With the right qualifications you are invited to apply for the following national officer posts

Community Development Specialist
Phnom Penh (NO-C)

In the context of decentralisation to focus on developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating the Seth Koma (Child Rights) programme
• Develop and introduce new approaches and practices to programme management
• Provide technical assistance to partners
• Conduct periodic programme reviews with government counterparts and other partners
• Prepare programme status reports
• Identify training needs and objectives for capacity building, programme sustainability and advocacy
Communication for Development Officer
Phnom Penh (NO-B)

to build partnerships with communities at sub-national and national level to encourage participation in social and behaviour change initiatives
• Contribute to the behaviour change and social mobilization strategy
• Develop culturally relevant communication for development materials and activities
• Build capacity in participatory & behaviour communication at various government levels
• Monitor the implementation of communication for development activities
Child Protection Officer
Phnom Penh (NO-B)

to focus on preventing violence against children as part of the child protection programme
• Strengthen community-based mechanisms for the prevention of violence, exploitation, abuse, neglect
• Promote the role of religious leaders on prevention of and protection of children
• Contribute to programme monitoring and evaluation with government counterparts
• Provide guidance on technical, financial and institutional capacity building measures
Child Protection Officer
Siem Reap (NO-B)

to prevent violence against children and strengthen child protection systems with emphasis on alternative care, and children affected by migration
• Prepare and update the situation analysis of child protection and HIV/AIDS at sub-national level
• Contribute to evidence-informed planning and resource allocation among sub-national counterparts
• Participate in advocacy planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting
• Document experiences and lessons learned
• Participate in emergency response
WASH Specialist (Water Quality)
Phnom Penh (NO-C)

to focus on the water quality components of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene programme and to strengthen emergency preparedness and responses
• Develop the water quality and water supply components of the programme
• Provide technical engineering support and build capacity
• Promote the child rights agenda through advocacy, partnerships and policy dialogue
• Coordinate the humanitarian response in WASH both internally and externally
WASH Officer (Sanitation)
Phnom Penh (NO-B)

to focus on implementing and monitoring technical approaches such as community-led total sanitation, hygiene promotion and school-to community WASH
• Advocate to increase investment in sanitation and hygiene
• Develop behavioural communication approaches for social norm changes
• Undertake visits to UNICEF supported project sites, assess local conditions and resources
• Attend technical cooperation meetings, undertake follow-up action and coordination

For full descriptions of duties and qualifications, and instructions on how to apply, go to → About us → Job vacancies
The deadline for receipt of applications is 28 February 2014

UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male
candidates from all religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply.


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