Job Opportunity: Project Manager- Healthy Women Healthy Workplace
12 Jul 2019
Deadline:21 July 2019
CARE is an international development organisation fighting global poverty with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring sustainable changes to their communities.
CARE aims to tackle the underlying causes of poverty and social injustice and to bring lasting change to the lives of poor and vulnerable people.
Founded in 1945, today CARE works in over 90 countries around the globe. CARE has been working with Cambodians since 1973, with an office in Phnom Penh since 1991.
Today, CARE focuses on empowering particularly marginalised and vulnerable women in Cambodia, including urban women who are marginalised by occupation, rural women who are denied multiple rights, and women and girls from ethnic minorities.
CARE is seeking a qualified national candidate to fill the position of Project Manager- Healthy Women Healthy Workplace based in Phnom Penh with frequently travel to provinces.
Salary Range: $1,166 - $1,240
Your major responsibilities will be varied and will include:
Demonstrate a passion for gender equality, women’s empowerment and a commitment to CARE’s approach and values including ethnic diversity and cultural sensitivity,
Ensure technical evidence is collected and incorporated into future project design;
Ensure regular monitoring and evaluation visits are conducted to project sites;
Ensure accountability measures are working in all project activities;
Lead and/or participate in regular reflection, learning and reporting workshops with the project team as required; and
Manage relationships with key project partners, representing CARE Cambodia at partner meetings and planning sessions;
Participate in related forums, workshops, meetings, or other events as required; and
Provide clear explanations of the Project and CARE’s work in Cambodia to partners, government agencies and other relevant stakeholders.
II- SELECTION CRITERIA:
Minimum Bachelor Degree in International Development, Health, Sociology, Management and/or minimum 5 years relevant teaching experience, preferably with an International Non-Government Organisation (INGO) and/or private company;
Proven knowledge of garment sector and workers issues in Cambodia and knowledge of delivering a Behavior Change Communication (BCC) project and SRH messages;
Proven understanding of Cambodian Ethnic Minorities, their cultures, languages and issues;
Demonstrated high level organisational and time management skills including the ability to plan, and manage workflows and balance competing priorities to ensure timely processing and to meet deadlines in a complex environment;
Demonstrated characteristics in honesty, reliability, integrity with the ability to maintain confidentiality;
Excellent communication skills both written and oral in Khmer and English; and
III. APPLICATION INFORMATION:
Interested candidates are requested to submit a CARE application form along with CV and cover letter to email@example.com, or at the CARE Country Office at 4th Floor, #216B, Preah Norodom Blvd, Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamkarmorn, Phnom Penh. A detailed job description and application form is available on www.care-cambodia.org or www.bongthom.com. Applicants will be reviewed on a rolling basis with a deadline of 21 July 2019. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Submitted documents will not be returned. In return for your commitment you will benefit from ongoing professional development and a comprehensive benefits package.
CARE is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce. Women, ethnic minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply for all CARE Cambodia positions and will be strongly considered regardless of the requirements of the position.
CARE Cambodia is committed to protecting the rights of children. CARE Cambodia reserves the right to conduct screening procedures to ensure a child safe environment.
“Thanks for your interest in CARE! We are committed to each other and to the protection of the people we serve. We do not tolerate sexual misconduct within or external to our organisation and imbed child protection in all we do. Protection from sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse and child protection are fundamental to our relationships, including employment, and our recruitment practices are designed to ensure we only recruit people who are suitable to work with other staff and the people we serve. As well as pre-employment checks, we will use the recruitment and reference process to ensure potential new staff understand and are aligned with these expectations. To find out more, please contact the Senior Human Resources Manager.”