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Plan International Cambodia
“Our policies and procedures always ensure that the welfare of children comes first”

Plan is an international humanitarian child-centred community development (CCCD) organisation, without religious, political or government affiliation and is one of the oldest and largest international development agencies in the world and is active over 70 countries. Plan International Cambodia started its operations in Cambodia in 2002 and is committed to improving the lives of poor children, their families and communities. Plan International Cambodia is looking for qualified candidate and consultants for the position and projects below.

Program Unit Administration Assistant (PUAA)
(This position is fixed-term contract, based in Tboung Khmum)

S/he will support the Program Unit Finance and Administration Manager (PUFAM) in providing administrative service for the effective and efficient running of office functions, including guest hospitality, incoming and outgoing mails, vehicle arrangements and fuel monitoring, procurement quotations, administration of meeting rooms, and liaison with other departments on administrative matters.

Consultancy for Evaluation of Early Childhood Care and Development Project

With funding support from European Union and BMZ, Plan International Cambodia is implementing an integrated approach on Early Childhood Care and Development with two-project addressing Early Stimulation and Learning in 2 Provinces (Tboung Khmum and Ratanak Kiri). The coverage areas in Tboung Khmum; 50 villages, in 2 districts, 10 communes and Ratanak Kiri 25 villages in 2 districts and 4 communes. The project aims to create “An integrated and sustainable model of ECCD, established by the communes, in line with national minimum standards.
Consultant team will be responsible for study design, coordination and supervision of the data collection and data entry, analysis of findings and report writing, as well as supervision of a team of two field supervisors. And she/he also ensure child friendly and good behaviour communication in the data collection process of the consultant team included the recruited data collectors. Please refer to TOR for details.

Consultancy on Baseline Study for “The Power of Clean
Water and Sanitation in Indigenous Communities’ Project

With funding support from H&M Foundation, Plan International Cambodia in collaboration with Save Vulnerable Cambodians (SVC) is implementing a 3-year project entitled ‘The Power of Clean Water and Sanitation in Indigenous Communities’ focusing on improvement of water and sanitation in contribution to betterment of health, nutrition and early childhood care and development of under-5 years-old children in the remote and disadvantaged areas in north-eastern part of Cambodia, Ratanak Kiri province.
Consultant is responsible 1) To collect baseline data for all indicators as defined in the project logical framework; 2) To comprehend the relationship and communication of traditional indigenous leaders, local authorities and community members; and 3) To create a model of WASH for indigenous shedding light on the WASH practice working with traditional indigenous leaders. Please refer to TOR for details.
Please follow this link https://app.box.com/s/bxdtfq0kg1yr6dqyniz2b4cozutaleg6 to download detailed Job Description, Term of References and Plan Application Form. Interested candidates must fill in Plan Application Form (for consultant, please prepare proposal and required documents as described in the ToR), then email to [email protected] by 07 December 2017, at 5.00 pm, local time. Only applications that meet the qualifications will be considered.

“As an international child-centred development organization, we do not tolerate child abuse”