Project Coordinator for End Trafficking in Persons (ETIP)
NOTE: ONLY CAMBODIAN NATIONALS MAY APPLY FOR THIS POSITION
World Vision is an international Christian Humanitarian Organization working with the poor and oppressed to promote human transformation and seek justice. Our Cambodia Office is seeking for one (01) qualified national candidate to fill the vacant position of:
JOB ID: SRO-FY16-F022
Position: Project Coordinator for ETIP
Location: Siem Reap Operations, Siem Reap Province
Salary & Benefit Package: 552 USD – 690 USD dependent on professional experience and qualifications.
I. THE PURPOSE OF THE POSITION
The position is responsible for facilitating the implementation and monitoring the project activities according to the approved project design and aligned with CP Technical approach quality standards; working closely with other staff, partners in the community to achieve the project goal to address the root causes of trafficking and other forms of violence against children.
II. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES
Facilitate the implementation of project activities according to approved design and annual plan and budget.
Collect regular monitoring data based on approved project M&E plan in coordination with M&E Officer, TDF and partners.
Revise plans and budget in response to reflection and learning from ongoing project monitoring.
Together with TDF, facilitate the participation of community and partners to do analysis and planning, implementation, monitoring and learning/reflection and strengthen children and youth clubs and supporting them to achieve the project’s.
Work with TDFs to establish, strengthen and build capacity of community child protection groups.
Facilitate the engagement of community including children and youth in local level advocacy and dialogue with local authorities to agree on locally led solutions to trafficking.
Work with local government authorities and partners in the identification, referral and support of victims of trafficking.
Develop and maintain good relations with appropriate local.
Assist Monitoring and Learning Officer and Project Manager to enhance communities’ capacity to implement project activities.
Conduct regular and ongoing project monitoring as defined in the project M&E plan.
Provide regular and timely monitoring data from project implementation.
Conduct regular project reflection with partners, community members, children and youth and other stakeholder to ensure project accountability and learning.
Document project learning and recommendations from monitoring and reflection with communities and partners/stakeholder.
University degree in project management, law, psychology or social sciences.
Knowledge in community mobilization techniques is an advantage.
At least 3 years experiences in child protection and/or trafficking, community mobilization, local level advocacy.
Competent in verbal and written English communication, Computer literate; Microsoft Word and Excel.
Experience in project and program design, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and report writing.
Experiences in coordination and provide training social work or community work to communities.
Proven basic networking ability and experiences, previous experience in advocacy and trafficking
HOW TO APPLY
Please follow the link: http://careers.wvi.org/job-opportunities-in-cambodia, click APPLY ONLINE and attach your completed World Vision Application Form, CV and Cover Letter.
If you cannot see the job announcement on World Vision website through the link above(1): Please copy job ID: SRO-FY16-F022 to be your email subject ONLY and attach your completed Application Form, CV and Cover Letter to Email: email@example.com or contact us at Tel: 023 216 052 Ext: 121
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World Vision Cambodia is committed to the principles of workplace diversity. Qualified women and disabled people are encouraged to apply. Only short listed candidates will be notified. Applications and CVs will not be returned.
WVI is committed to the protection of children. We do not employ staff whose background is not aligned to our child protection practices. Hence employment is conditional upon successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks where possible.
Closing date is 30 December 2016 at 17:00