ChildFund Cambodia is the representative office of ChildFund Australia - an independent, non-religious development organization that works to reduce or eliminate poverty for children in the developing world. ChildFund Australia is a member of the ChildFund Alliance – a global network of 12 organizations that assist more than 16 million children in over 50 countries. ChildFund Australia is a registered charity and is fully accredited by the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID).
ChildFund was established in Cambodia in 2007 and implements programs in Svay Rieng and Kratie provinces. Specific sectors we are working include education, health, water and sanitation, local governance, child protection, youth, disaster risk reduction, safe migration and rights realisation.
We are seeking qualified and experienced Cambodian nationals to fill the full time positions as below:
• Program Area Team Leader (PATL) - 1 position, full-time based in Kratie
• Community Development Facilitator (CDFs) - 3 positions, full-time based in Svay Rieng
Interested applicants should first obtain the Job Description by emailing email@example.com or in person at 14, Street 240, Phnom Penh, Cambodia during business hours. Applicants will submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae with noted position to firstname.lastname@example.org on Thursday 31 October, 2013 by 5.00 pm.
(Note: Previous applicants for the position of Program Area Team Leader (PATL) based in Kratie are not accepted)
ChildFund Cambodia is an equal opportunity employer with competitive remuneration rates and excellent employment terms and conditions. Women are strongly encouraged to apply. All employees are required to abide by ChildFund’s Child Protection Policy and Code of Conduct.
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