ActionAid Cambodia is seeking a dynamic and professional Cambodian to fill the following position:
Position Tittle: Women Rights Team Leader
Reports To: Head of Programmes
Staff supervision: A Women Right Officer and a Safe City Inspirator (plus intern/volunteer)
Location base: Phnom Penh (with occasional travel to the fields and overseas)
Salary Range: Grade F with salary range of between USD 1300 to USD 1392
ActionAid Cambodia provides numerous other benefits to staff including 13th and 14th month salary, provident fund and medical allowance.
The Women’s Rights Team Leader will lead the implementation of Women’s Rights and Safe Cities Framework, overseeing the mainstreaming of gender throughout ActionAid Cambodia’s programmes, project planning, proposal development, contract management, including influencing of national legal, strategy and policy frameworks on women’s rights.
♦ Master degree in gender, public policy, law or political science, or other relevant qualification
♦ Sound knowledge of national and international law, policies and frameworks related to women’s rights especially in the area of gender based violence
♦ Minimum 5 years relevant working experiences on women’s rights and/or gender based violence; proven experience of advocacy work at the national/regional level.
♦ Good inter-personal and communication skill; strong team spirit, and experiences of coordinating/facilitating networks or coalitions
♦ At least 3 years’ experiences in leadership position with team management/direct staff supervision skill
♦ Experiences in project cycle management, contract compliance, and M&E
♦ Experiences in communication, campaign, risk management, and conflict resolution
♦ Excellent understanding of Social Media and its use in communication and campaigns
Detail job description for the positions can be found on www.actionaid.org/cambodia or follow the link:
National applicant who meets above qualification requirement is invited to send your CV and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org (this email is set up for application submission only). Shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Previous applicants need not to reapply. Qualified women, minorities, and people with disability are strongly encouraged to apply.
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