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|[Saved] Cambodia: Chief of Party - CambodiaClosing date: 2017-02-28Organization: Abt Associates Share|
|[Saved] Cambodia: Communications Development and Quality VolunteerClosing date: 2017-02-28Organization: Save the Children Share|
|[Saved] Cambodia: Chief of partyClosing date: 2017-03-01Organization: Chemonics Share|
|[Saved] Cambodia: Communications ManagerClosing date: 2017-03-02Organization: Learning Institute Share|
|[Saved] Cambodia: Consultancy - External evaluation of the project « Province of Battambang : access to justice for all and protection of the poorest »Closing date: 2017-03-10Organization: Avocats Sans Frontières France Share|
|[Saved] Cambodia: CHIEF OF PARTY - DEMOCRATIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMClosing date: 2017-03-15Organization: CARE USA Share|
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Cambodia: Coordinator – Cash Transfer Programming
Closing date: 2017-02-26Application : Apply for the job
Closing date: 26 Feb 2017
DanChurchAid (DCA) invites motivated and qualified candidates to apply for the position of Cash Transfer Programming Coordinator in our Phnom Penh, Cambodia office. The Coordinator will provide technical expertise on establishing harmonized tools for cash transfer programming, and conduct a feasibility study on CTP preparedness. The position is part of a busy programme team of 7 staff and reports to the Head of Programme. The Coordinator will work closely with the programme team, as well as with the country director.
Your main tasks:
- Conduct feasibility study on establishing cash transfer preparedness database, including conducting interviews with relevant CSOs, UN agencies, and government.
- Facilitate consultations as co-lead of FSN/Cash transfer programming sector group on CTP standards including beneficiary criteria selection, programming modalities, pre-and post-distribution procedures, complaints handling.
- Collaborate closely with partners and stakeholders to develop logic for mobile data collection/software application for beneficiary selection.
- Coordinate and facilitate provision of training on CTP to interested stakeholders including sector group members and other HRF members, and local partners. Provide training when necessary and possible.
- Communicate closely with the HRU Unit in DCA HQ on cross-department learning exchange.
- Establish networks and where possible collaborative partnerships with similar and complementary initiatives.
- Build meaningful and effective relationships and maintain good communication with partners, other related stakeholders.
Your key qualifications:
Relevant working experience with cash transfer programming in emergencies.
Degree in international development, policy, or similar field.
Experience with program management as well as dialogue facilitation, collaboration and coordination between different stakeholders.
Experience with mobile monitoring technology including developing logic for MMT forms.
Working experience with innovations in cash transfer programming is an advantage.
Excellent leadership, teamwork, coaching and communication skills. Spoken and written English are required.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office software programs such as Word and Excel are required.
What we offer:Seven-month local hire contract with possibility of extension, a busy and friendly work enviornment, monthly salary of $3,300 plus 10% providendt fund and international insurance.
How to apply:
Please email your motivation letter and CV no later than Friday, February 26 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
DanChurchAid is an international organisation that has funded projects in Cambodia since 1979. We work in partnership with 16 Cambodian NGOs within the programme areas of resilient livelihoods and active citizenship. DCA currently employs 18 staff, Cambodian and international. DCA is an equal opportunity employer, therefore all interested and qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. For further information, please refer tohttps://www.danchurchaid.org/where-we-work/south-east-asia/cambodia
Cambodia: Chief of Party - Cambodia
Closing date: 2017-02-28Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Abt Associates
Closing date: 28 Feb 2017
The International Health Division is committed to the improvement of health and healthcare delivery around the world. Serving both the public and private sectors, our efforts include health policy research and evaluation, health promotion and disease prevention, health finance, and health systems management. Our impact is felt in policies that ensure healthcare access for women, children, and individuals with special needs, in strengthening health infrastructures, and HIV/AIDS solutions.
Abt Associates seeks a Senior Associate Scientist / Chief of Party to support the International Health Division in Cambodia. A Technical Specialist (TS) at this level has direct project management responsibility for a project (or one or several component(s) of a large project) that is large, highly complex, highly visible, and well-funded. The TS has an expert role and the technical input is crucial to the project. This is a supervisory position.
The 5-year USAID-funded Health Finance and Governance project (HFG) provides technical assistance in health systems strengthening around the world. The project addresses the financing, governance, operational, and capacity-building constraints that block access to and use of priority population, health, and nutrition services by people in developing countries. The HFG project has received funding from USAID/Cambodia to support the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) in addressing critical issues around health financing, with the aim of improving the sustainability and efficiency of health and disease expenditures. Specific objectives include
- Improved MoEF and MoH decision making in the conception and development of social health protection programs to achieve UHC;
- Greater MoEF and MoH capacity to generate, analyze, and interpret health financing and disease data to inform strategic health policy decisions and system objectives;
- Greater collaboration between MoEF and MoH, particularly around health financing;
- Improved sustainability and efficiency of public sector health spending
This mid to senior level candidate will serve as the key focal point managing the HFG Cambodia portfolio and to support various key stakeholders such as USAID and Ministries in Cambodia. He/she will provide operational support and manage in-country needs for the HFG Cambodia team. The candidate will also provide technical assistance as needed on topics addressing health finance and governance in Cambodia. This position is based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and will report to the Country Manager.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
Managerial responsibilities of the Chief of Party are:
- Promote collaboration across the project and work with counterparts in the Cambodian government and USAID Mission; provide coordination and leadership across project activities listed above;
- Build strong, working relationship with USG implementing partners and other development partners to generate collaboration and support for HFG activities; represent HFG and provide regular communications and updates to the country manager regarding progress of activities;
- Act as a liaison with the USAID client, support all operational issues, and work with the country manager to ensure deadlines are met, high quality deliverables are created, and communication with clients and relevant stakeholders are consistent;
- Ensure project progress according to contract and all applicable Abt and federal regulations; coordinate with Abt Associates home office staff to ensure that the project maintains a high degree in all managerial, financial, operational and administrative actions to comply with local country, Abt Associates, Donor and United States Government regulation for purpose of compliance and audit;
- Clarify roles, delegate responsibilities to staff, communicate expectations for all team members; provide supervision to the Sr. Finance and Admin. Officer;
- Provide inputs to USAID work plans, quarterly and annual reports, budgets, and other contract deliverables as requested by HFG HQ; assist with the development of detailed implementation plans, including working with the country manager to identify and coordinate international and local consultants to support HFG activities;
Technical responsibilities of the Chief of Party are:
- Provide technical leadership and support to the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MoEF) and the Ministry of Health (MoH) for health financing and social health insurance needs;
- Support critical analyses and provide technical assistance on the conception, development, and implementation of Cambodia s social health protection programs; work closely with USAID and development partners to provide technical input on health financing discussions;
- Work with a global team to develop high quality deliverables for clients; work closely with the country manager and home office staff to ensure technical quality of all activities from the design, implementation and final submission of all products;
- Translating project goals and objectives into implementable strategies and plans
Preferred Skills / Prerequisites
- An advanced degree (post graduate - minimum MA/MSc) in public health, health economics, health policy or equivalent;
- 10-15 years of professional experience in health financing, particularly leading and designing health reforms; experience with key stakeholders in Cambodia, including experience with MEF and MoH, highly desirable;
- 10+ years of professional experience in project management and leadership, including experience managing USAID projects and staff; Proven experience working with government officials to support strategy development, implementation plans and decision making;
- Proven quantitative and qualitative research skills with comfort in presentations; ability to think strategically and to analyze and integrate diverse information from varied sources to draw conclusions and recommendations;
- Proven ability to establish effective working relationships with USAID, local counterparts and stakeholders and home office staff; demonstrated ability to work effectively with government counterparts and coordinate various actors such as different Ministry of Health units, other ministries and government agencies, donors and NGOs;
- Proven experience with USAID regulations in financial and accounting management; per USAID and Abt Associates guidelines, ensure that the project maintains the highest administrative, financial, and operational standards for compliance and audits;
- Excellent oral and written communication skills in English; command of Microsoft Office
Abt Associates is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse workforce. Abt Associates provides market-competitive salaries and comprehensive employee benefits.
How to apply:
Cambodia: Communications Development and Quality Volunteer
Closing date: 2017-02-28Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Save the Children
Closing date: 28 Feb 2017
The Purpose of the Role
The Fundraising, Awards Management and Communications (FAMC) Department is responsible for producing a high volume of English-language materials including reports, newsletters, case studies, case stories, fact sheets, brochures and other promotional materials.
To support the production of exceptionally high quality English-language communications materials, Save the Children is seeking a Communications Development & Quality Volunteer with native or equivalent proficiency English and excellent writing and editing skills.
Qualifications and Experience
Must be detail-oriented with excellent interpersonal, computer and organizational skills.
Native English speaker or equivalent level of English is essential.
Creative, adaptable and flexible with strong research skills.
Able to give creative input to the format and content of written materials.
BA in journalism or communications would be an asset but is not mandatory.
At least two years of experience in a related field, particularly communications, creative arts or social media management, would be an asset.
Keen interest in working in the development sector is essential.
How to apply:
A detailed job description is available on our website: http://cambodia.savethechildren.netor at the address below. Interested applicants are requested to submit a CV and cover letter to email@example.com post at Save the Children office. The deadline for application is 28thFebruary 2017 at 17.00.
All recruitment practices and procedures reflect Save the Children s commitment to protecting children from abuse .
Save the Children is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified women and people with disability are strongly encouraged to apply.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified for interview. Submitted documents will not be returned.
Save the Children: P.O. Box 34, Villa 5, Street 242, Sangkat Chaktomouk, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh,
Cambodia: Chief of party
Closing date: 2017-03-01Application : Apply for the job
Closing date: 01 Mar 2017
Chemonics seeks a chief of party for an anticipated USAID project to improve conservation and ecosystem health in Cambodia. The project will focus on increasing sustainable economic opportunities and strengthening landscape governance in Prey Lang and surrounding landscapes. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.
- Provide overall project leadership through strategic planning, management, and technical implementation
- Prepare annual work plans and oversee implementation of all project activities to meet targeted objectives
- Oversee the project's financial operations and ensure compliance with USAID regulations
- Prepare project quarterly and other progress reports submitted to USAID
- Participate in regular field visits to the project areas to assure progress toward objectives and goals
- Serve as the project's primary liaison with USAID, local partners, and other stakeholders
- Master's degree in forestry or similar environmental field required
- Minimum five years in senior-level role leading and managing complex development programs and multidisciplinary teams in Southeast Asia, preferably as a chief of party for a USAID project
- Minimum 10 years of project experience working in one or more of the following technical disciplines: biodiversity conservation, conservation finance, community and alternative livelihood development, land-use planning, climate change adaptation, integrated watershed management, REDD+, PES, environmental law enforcement, and environmental governance
- Proven track record managing multidisciplinary development programs and teams, engaging effectively with stakeholders, fostering collaborative learning and adaptive management, and understanding and addressing the needs of Cambodian communities
- Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity
- Strong familiarity with the policy, social, economic, environmental, and cultural context in Cambodia
- Excellent communication skills
How to apply:
Please send electronic submissions of your CV and cover letter to CambodiaNRMCOP@chemonics.comby March 1, 2017. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted.
Cambodia: Communications Manager
Closing date: 2017-03-02Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Learning Institute
Closing date: 02 Mar 2017
Since its inception in 2005, LI has worked with natural resource users and public and private sector organizations, conducting Participatory Action Research in 19 Provinces of Cambodia to develop and promote more effective, equitable and sustainable management and governance of natural resources across sectors of agriculture, forestry, and fisheries, with cross-cutting issues of climate change and social inclusion. For more details please visit our website: www.learninginstitute.org.
The Learning Institute is now seeking a qualified individual to fill the position of Communications Manager, based in Phnom Penh.
Work with personnel across the LI team, to fulfil the Communications Unit strategy and develop branding/profiling strategy, in line with LI s 5-year Strategic Plan;
Lead in upgrade and maintenance of the LI website and social media platforms, and develop online materials, including written briefs and video content, based on project activities;
Work collaboratively with Resource Mobilisation personnel and Research & Development Officers, in identifying programming opportunities and the process of proposal development;
Edit and finalize English-language documents: proposals; quarterly reports to donors; annual report, and various knowledge products for publication and dissemination;
Act as LI s point of contact with the wider Development community, to identify and pursue synergies and potential collaborations for cross-cutting initiatives;
Support partnership and networking activities, through attendance at technical working groups and other fora, and relevant mechanisms for information exchange;
Travel occasionally to project sites, to engage with communities in selected participatory communication and media production activities.
Qualifications, Skills & Experience:
- First degree in Communications/Journalism/Media, etc., with demonstrable knowledge of issues in the field Natural Resources Management, Livelihoods Development, Poverty Reduction, etc.
First degree in Geography/International Development/Environmental Studies, etc., with demonstrable experience of strategic Communications and skill in the use of digital media channels;
- Superior English writing skills, with at least 2 years experience in writing press releases, newsletters, web/blog content, or similar;
- Strong interpersonal communication skills with a wide range of stakeholders, including non-native speakers of English;
- Experience of leading a team or working group in a relevant context;
- Self-starter and strong team player with a deep commitment to learning and helping others to learn.
Closing date: 2 March, 2017
How to apply:
Interested applicants must submit a CV and a covering letter in English, outlining their motivation and suitability for the role Ms. Sey Malika, Finance and Administrative Assistant, email: firstname.lastname@example.org(Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview).
Cambodia: Consultancy - External evaluation of the project « Province of Battambang : access to justice for all and protection of the poorest »
Closing date: 2017-03-10Application : Apply for the job
Organization: Avocats Sans Fronti res France
Closing date: 10 Mar 2017
Avocats Sans Fronti res France (ASFF) launched a project in Cambodia, province of Battambang, in cooperation with Region Occitanie/Pyr nn es-M diterran e, This project started at the end of October 2015 and will end on September, 30th 2017.
At this level of execution, ASFF is reflecting on how to move forward with this project and its engagement in Cambodia. While ASFF provides an interim report to its main donor Province Occitanie/Pyr n es-M diterran e, a discussion was started in order to renew funding. With that in mind, an external evaluation is mandatory with regard to an eventual new request for funding thus responding to the concern of ASF France to ensure the availability of good-quality, objective, reliable information on a good use of resources. We have to monitor and analyze the conduct and effects and impacts of our activities in order to learn pertinent lessons from it; to promote an enhanced and constructive dialogue with our partners.
The aim of this external evaluation is to formulate an independent and motivated opinion on the funding granted by the province Occitanie/Pyr n es-M diterran e; in terms of the changes made by ASFF s intervention; to have a reasoned opinion on the possible guidelines / recommendations for a new funding request in order to reinforce the impact of the project.
Following its independence in 1953, Cambodia built its judicial and legal model on the basis of the French model. However, following the advent of the Khmer Rouge regime, in 1975 and two decades of civil war that followed, the legal and judicial system has been severely curtailed, with less than a dozen lawyers having survived the regime.
The country had to wait until 1991 to reach and sign peace agreements; Cambodia celebrates its first elections under the aegis of the United Nations and adopts a new Constitution, marking its first steps towards the establishment of rule of law. Articles 129 and 38 of this Constitution guarantee an independent, impartial justice and the right to a fair trial. In practice, it remains subordinate to the Ministry of Justice.
In the 90 s, numerous political and judicial institutions were set up, such as the Senate, the Constitutional Council, the High Council of the Judiciary and the Bar Association of the Kingdom of Cambodia (October, 16th 1995).
In the late 2000 s and for the purpose of meeting the requirements of good governance, the Cambodian government undertakes administrative, judicial and armed forces reforms. It is at this same moment that Cambodia begins the modernization of its legal system, with the support of international experts with different legal traditions, inheriting a civil code that has been the work of Japanese experts or criminal code from French experts. However, these changes are still very progressive because only 18 laws were adopted in ten years between 1993 and 2003.
Once the framework for the reform of justice has been put in place, with its advances and limitations, there is the question of actors and judicial infrastructures. The fact is that the presence of actors and judicial infrastructures are resources that are rare on the territory. Indeed, in 2007, Cambodia had only 142 judges, 72 prosecutors 328 lawyers and 23 courts of law. Two factors are at the root of this phenomenon: on the one hand, training offers in this sector are very low; and on the other hand, justice is not a priority on the political agenda since barely 0.3 % of the national budget is allocated to this sector. To this lack of infrastructures and human and financial resources are added evils such as corruption, patronage, dependence on political power, lack of respect for human rights by the political power, which fuels lack of confidence of the citizens in the judicial system that prefer to rely on traditional modes to resolve conflicts.
Not only has Avocats Sans Fronti res France led several projects aimed at the Rule of Law reinforcement, lawyers/jurists education development, free legal aid provision, but it also was directly involved in proceedings before the Extraordinary Chambers of the Cambodian Courts (defense of nearly 1200 victims).
All these activities met with great success, enabling the entire Cambodian population to benefit from positive dynamics of the change until 2012.These activities strengthened the Rule of Law by providing trainings for lawyers and magistrates and by setting up a legal aid program in 20 provinces.
Although progress has been made, access to law and to justice still suffers from numerous technical and material obstacles. Indeed, in Cambodia and especially in Battambang province, access to justice and legal aid are a priority. Neither the courts of the province nor those of Phnom Penh, the capital, provide legal offices for the most deprived persons within their premises, as underlined by the Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights in Cambodia.
Another difficulty is that with respect to criminal matter it is mandatory to have a lawyer. It is actually possible for the Bar association president to designate a legal aid lawyer for the poorest defendant; But the small number of lawyers available in the province all too often oblige them to be dispatch from the capital, resulting in additional costs, delays in settling the proceedings and extensions of detention.
Having in mind that Battambang province and the Cambodian capital are furthest apart at almost 294km, that a person lives on less than 1000$ per year and disparities between social classes are high; it is almost impossible people with a low or moderate income is able to afford a lawyer while his/her cost can go up to 1000$ with respect to criminal matters.
Furthermore, the Government provides only 75 000 $ for legal aid department. And on the other hand, the majority of the 837 lawyers are practicing in Phnom-Penh.
To these numerous obstacles must be added cultural and factual elements whose do not promotes access to justice for all. Indeed, Human Right Watch last report has demonstrated that the country's impunity with corruption, arbitrary detentions and the practice of torture are not such as to encourage individuals to assert their rights before national jurisdictions. Moreover, women are even more affected by the lack of access to justice and the lack of effective legal aid because they often disregard their rights and the way to defend themselves, as they are often victims of gender based violence.
1.2 Presentation of the project
The overall objective of this project is to strengthen the rule of law and improve access to justice for all.
Specific objectives are:
SO1 To facilitate access to rights and justice for the person subject to the law, especially the poorest
SO2 -Improve defense of defendants deprived of lawyers, due to lack of resources, in criminal cases in the province of Battambang
Expected results are:
R1- Litigants from the province of Battambang will have benefited from free legal advice
R2In the province of Battambang, Defense of criminal cases will be optimized
This project is composed of two main activities
- Free legal advices for all at the Provincial Court office in Battambang province
The two Cambodian lawyers compensated by ASFF are welcoming the litigant within the provincial court of Battambang in order to provide free legal advice. The majority of the requests are related to land law but also to family law. Since August 2016, legal advice activities have been extend beyond the doors of the court; and with the support of local authorities, workshops and / or legal offices are organized in many communities around Battambang city.
- Defense of criminal cases by two Cambodian lawyers.
This activity provides a free lawyer in order to defense criminal cases during final hearing.
This activity depends on hearings held monthly at the court.
Project s lawyers are designated by the President of the court regarding hearing that will be held at the court.
Starting in February 2017, the project s lawyers received cases from the beginning of the judicial process
This project is touching direct and indirect beneficiaries:
Litigants of Battambang province
Two Cambodians lawyers have enhanced their skills
The Bar Association of Cambodia, which is positioning itself as a central player in the defense of human rights in its country.
Cambodian people victims of human rights violation
The objective of the evaluation was to evaluate as exhaustively as possible the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and impact of both results and objectives achieved (overall and specific) in comparison to those outlined at the beginning of the project.
The evaluation will precisely:
Review activities implemented, results obtained and progresses observed ;
Identify all problems linked with the planning, the implementation, the monitoring and to any other operational managing tools used ;
Analyze strengths and weaknesses of the strategy of intervention ;
Evaluate qualitatively and quantitatively results obtained and their impact ;
Suggest any efficient and appropriate strategic adjustments to enhance the efficiency and the sustainability of actions as well as the impact on beneficiaries;
Highlight any unforeseen effects that might affect the results of the project.
The evaluation is to be conducted in Cambodia.
The evaluation work will be composed of:
2.1 Establishment of an overall assessment of the project evaluated
The consultant will draft a global assessment of activities and objectives from the start of the project. This phase entails precise and detailed knowledge and understanding of the project, its evolution and its context. To this end, he/she will:
Collect and read all information and all documents related to the project and specifically review the logical framework of intervention (objectives, results, indicators, critical hypothesis). Documents will be made available by the Head of Mission.
Conduct interviews with persons involved in the conception, management and supervision of the project.
Conduct interviews with beneficiaries of the project.
2.2 Conducting a qualitative analysis
On the basis of observations and available information, the consultant will evaluate the performance of the project from the 5 following criteria: relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability. For each criterion, evaluation tracks are suggested below. The consultant will have to detail and complement those suggestions, keeping in mind that this is a final evaluation that must address the following issues:
The relevance examines the legitimacy of the action according to the objectives and challenges set at the beginning of the project, in relation to the needs and problems identified.
Have targeted beneficiaries really benefited from the project?
To what extent did project managers adjust the conception of the project (including the logic framework and the structure of objectives) to make them as relevant as possible?
Are current elements in the logic of intervention (logical framework) of the project appropriate/relevant in terms of resources, activities, results of the specific objective, of the overall objective and of hypothesis?
The effectiveness examines the level of realization of objectives (technical, financial, institutional, as well as potential unforeseen positive or negative effects). The consultant will measure this aspect from the following questions:
Have targeted beneficiaries had access to the results and services of the project?
Are targeted beneficiaries using and taking advantage of these results and services?
According to the implementation process, did the specific objective have a chance to be achieved according to the objectively measurable indicators?
To what extent was the project adapted to unstable external conditions (hypothesis) so that the project may continue to benefit target groups?
Did project managers take appropriate measures if and when beneficiaries suffered or were at risk of suffering from negative unforeseen effects of the project?
To what extent did unforeseen positive effects influence the (quality of) generation of results and services offered?
To what extent were potential observations and recommendations of a previous monitoring mission or evaluation taken into account in order to reinforce the effectiveness of the project?
The efficiency will study the relation between, on the one hand, means and costs incurred and, on the other, outputs of the action. The evaluation conducted by the consultant will have to answer the following questions:
Availability of means and resources
Were means and resources provided by all responsible parties within the suitable deadline, allowing activities to be implemented in a timely manner?
Were means provided by all parties at the foreseen cost (or at the lowest possible cost)?
Were resources subject to an appropriate monitoring for the management of activities at the lowest cost?
Were resources of the project managed in a transparent and responsible manner to promote a fair and sustainable development?
To what extent were potential observations and recommendations of a previous monitoring mission or evaluation taken into account in order to reinforce the quality of the project?
Execution of activities
Was a calendar of activities (or action plan) and a calendar of available resources provided and used by project managers?
To what extent were activities implemented as foreseen?
Were activities subject to a regular and satisfactory monitoring process? Were corrective measures taken when necessary (ie when new activities were required to be implemented due to the emergence of new needs or when activities were cancelled)?
To what extent were potential observations and recommendations of a previous monitoring mission or evaluation taken into account in order to reinforce the quality of activities?
Have objectively measurable indicators (goals mentioned in the log frame) been achieved as foreseen?
Have all planned results been achieved?
What is the quality of the results obtained until now?
Was the achievement of results subject to a regular and satisfactory monitoring process? Were corrective measures taken when necessary?
To what extent were potential observations and recommendations of a previous monitoring mission or evaluation taken into account in order to reinforce the quality of the results?
Contribution and participation of partners
Were partners been able to contribute to the project?
Was the communication between the local team, the headquarters and partners regular and satisfactory?
The impact examines the results of the action. The consultant will mainly analyze the immediate effects on actors and particularly on final beneficiaries. To do so, the consultant will review the following questions:
- In the current implementing condition, what is the probability for the project to have a positive impact on a large scale?
If services/results needed institutional support, were necessary funds provided?
Were services offered at the end of the project affordable to final beneficiaries?
Did responsible persons and institutions assume their financial and economic responsibilities?
Has an exit strategy been defined and applied?
What is the level of ownership by the beneficiaries and what will it be once the external aid is over
To what extent was the project integrated in local/community structures?
To what extent have beneficiaries and other interest groups/parties participated in the planning process?
To what extent have target groups and relevant beneficiaries been actively involved in the decision process on the orientation and implementation of the project?
What is the probability for target groups/beneficiaries to continue to use the services once the external aid is over?
What was the type of political support and what is the level of interaction between the project and the political sector?
What kind of support have national, sectoral or budgetary policies offered?
Have any policy and priority changes had an impact on the project? Was the project adaptable and did it take into account the need for long-term support?
To what extent was the project supported by the public and private sectors?
To what extent did the project contribute to the democratization process (promotion of participation, accountability and human rights)?
To what extent did the project contribute to the enhancement of institutional and administrative capacities?
Was the project integrated to institutional structures which will be maintained after the end of the project?
Were partners appropriately trained to ensure the continuity of the project (technical, financial, administrative)?
What was the level of availability of qualified human resources ready for the implementation of the project, in comparison to what was initially foreseen?
Was an exit strategy defined and applied?
Did the project take into account socio-cultural aspects?
Was the project coherent with the perception of needs expressed by the local population?
Were there good relationships between project managers, beneficiaries and their representatives?
How did the project take into account gender equality?
Were the content and methodology of the project gender-sensitive?
Has the project been planned on the basis of a gender-differentiated analysis?
Were interests of both men and women reflected in the implementation of the project among target groups, institutions and policies?
Organization of the evaluation
The required skills for this evaluation are:
Education at least up to Master's degree in one or more of the following disciplines: human rights, international relations, development studies, law, political science
At least 5 years of experience in conducting evaluation / preparing and conducting qualitative and quantitative research
in-country professional experience in one or more of the following disciplines: human rights, international relations, development studies, law, political science
- Consistent and recent on-the-field, in-country knowledge and technical expertise of judicial issues
Fluency in both written and oral English, French (report must be written in French). Khmer is an asset
The evaluation will be conducted within a maximum of 11 working days
The final dates of the mission are to be set with Avocats Sans Fronti res France but it will likely be going on in May 2017
A period of 2 weeks will be reserved for ASF France to provide comments on the draft report before the finalization of the report.
How to apply:
Candidates (organizations or individuals) interested in conducting this evaluation must provide by March 10th, 2017, to the following address (email@example.com), the following elements:
A note on the consultant s understanding of the terms of reference and presenting the methodology that will be used
References and experiences of the consultant
A detailed CV with copies of similar evaluation conducted over the last 2 years
A provisional work plan
A financial offer including a total budget (taxes included or excluded) and detailed costs (expert fees, daily allowances, international/local transport). ASF France has a maximum overall budget for this final evaluation of 6 000
Cambodia: CHIEF OF PARTY - DEMOCRATIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Closing date: 2017-03-15Application : Apply for the job
Organization: CARE USA
Closing date: 15 Mar 2017
At CARE, we seek a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and people live with dignity and security.
This has been our vision since 1945, when we were founded to send lifesaving CARE Packages to survivors of World War II. Today, CARE is a global leader in the movement to eradicate poverty. In 2015, CARE worked in 95 countries and reached 65 million people with an incredible range of life-saving programs. We also put women and girls at the center of our work because we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities. We seek dynamic, innovative thinkers to further our mission. If you share our core beliefs: poverty is an injustice; poverty is solvable; and together, we have the power to end it, join us.
CARE seeks a Chief of Party for USAID-funded Democratic Development project in Cambodia. This procurement is a five-year agreement with estimated funding of $13 million (USD). It is expectd to be awarded in July 2017. The goal of the program is to build more responsive, democratic local governance and service delivery in Cambodia.
The Chief of Party is accountable for the overall vision and leadership of the project and is accountable for delivering results. The successful candidate should possess significant experience managing program, financial, and operations of USAID- or other international donor-funded projects.
This position is subject to project award and funding. International relocation and allowances may be available.
- Oversee the completion of all technical requirements, including project results and deliverables, in accordance with the project work plan.
- Build and maintain productive working relationships with USAID, project partners, and key stakeholders. Serve as the primary liaison among all project stakeholders.
- Manage the project s operational, financial, and administrative priorities; direct the planning and budgeting processes. Create or adapt management systems in line with CARE s standard operating procedures, ensuring consistency with project needs.
- Build partnerships among international -, national- and community-level stakeholders
- Design and oversee an annual project cycle in accordance with USAID s annual planning cycles
- With staff and partners, translate project goals and objectives into implementable strategies and plans. Oversee the preparation of quarterly and annual project activity reports, M&E reports, and other deliverables, as specified in the agreement. Report against the project s targets.
- Represent the project at high-level meetings, conferences, and other fora.
- Guide team members to fulfill the project s strategic goals and objectives.
- Supervise and mentor senior staff, delegating responsibilities as appropriate. Clearly communicate expectations for staff performance.
- Master s degree in international relations, political science, public policy, or a relevant field required.
- Minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible experience in international development project management (USAID program management preferred); previous Chief of Party, Deputy Chief of Party experience preferred
- Minimum of 5 years of senior management experience on local governance projects with focus on technical research and training.
- Experience with one or more of the following: decentralization, local governance, civil society capacity building, public financial management, accountability and anti-corruption, and Southeast Asia.
- Proven exceptional leadership in the design, management, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of similar-sized international donor-supported programs, with skills in strategic planning and thinking, management, supervision and budgeting, and experience managing complex activities involving coordination with multiple program partner institutions.
- Demonstrated skills building and maintaining relationships with host governments, donors, other donor-funded projects and stakeholders, local organizations, and partners.
- Strong oral and written communication skills; excellent demonstrated interpersonal and negotiation skills.
- Experience recruiting, developing, and managing staff and teams.
- Track record of strong commitment to sharing knowledge, documenting experiences, supporting creative initiatives, and sharing credit.
- Experience managing required programmatic and financial reporting requirements. Experience with M&E is a plus.
- Previous experience in South East Asia is a strong advantage.
- Fluency in English (spoken and written) is required; knowledge of local languages is a plus. Working proficiency of Khmer strongly preferred.
- Ability to travel within Cambodia as required.
How to apply:
To Apply: Please see complete posting on our Careers Page at https://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CAREUSA&cws=1&rid=3426.
CARE USA appreciates all applications, but only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. No phone calls please.
Human Resources Assistant, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Closing date: 2024-08-13
Deadline for applications:Tuesday, August 13, 2024 - 23:50
Contract type:Local Recruitment
Duty station:Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Contract level:Fixed Term appointment
Duration:The initial appointment is limited to one year only. Extension of the appointment is subject to extension of the mandate and/or the availability of the funds.
Recruiting Office:Human Resources Managerment
Date issued:Monday, July 14, 2014
Organizational Setting and Reporting Relationships:Under the applicable law, and in accordance with the terms of the Agreement between the United Nations and the Royal Government of Cambodia, the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) has jurisdiction to try senior leaders and those who were most responsible for the crimes and serious violations of Cambodian penal law, international humanitarian law and custom, and international conventions recognized by Cambodia, during the period of the Khmer Rouge regime from 17 April 1975 to 6 January 1979.
SUMMARY OF DUTIES:Under the overall supervision of the Chief of Human Resources Management Section (HRMS), and the direct supervision of the Associate Human Resources Officer, the incumbent will be responsible for the following duties:
Recruitment and placement:
- Processes applications for vacancies, including preparing and maintaining case files for candidates, ensuring and monitoring the transfer of files of candidates between offices, arranging for interviews, and entering data on candidates in summary tables.
- Assists in the filling of posts, including initiating and following-up on reference checks and academic verifications, ensuring the completion of the pre-recruitment formalities, calculating salaries and related benefits, and preparing and dispatching offers of appointment and Statement of Emoluments.
- Assists in the evaluation and screening of applications of candidates for secretarial, clerical and related categories positions.
- Maintains vacancy announcement files and tracks status of vacancy announcements.
- Coordinates with Offices and selected candidates on travel arrangements, visa matters and shipment of personal effects.
- Prepares agenda and provides relevant documentation required for recruitment related meetings.
- Prepares personnel actions.
Administration of entitlements:
- Reviews and processes requests for entitlements and claims.
- Assists in the review and processing of data pertaining to conditions of service.
- Provides general office support services; drafts and/or processes a variety of correspondence and other communications.
- Assists in the organization of training courses and workshops, provides logistics and administrative support to trainers.
- Sets up and maintains reference files/records (electronic and paper), including filling.
- Schedules appointments/meetings, monitors deadlines, etc.
- Maintains automated database containing HR related statistics and prepares periodic reports.
- Performs a variety of administrative duties (e.g. leave recording, request for office supplies and equipment, etc.).
- Performs other duties as required.
Competencies:During the interview, candidates will be asked to demonstrate that they possess the following competencies:
- Knowledge of the human resources policies, procedures and practices and ability to apply them in an organizational setting.
- Demonstrates use of initiative and makes appropriate linkages in work requirements and anticipates next steps.
- Shows pride in work and in achievements;
- demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter;
- is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results;
- is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns;
- shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges;
- remains calm in stressful situations.
- Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.
- Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals;
- solicits input by genuinely valuing others' ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda
- before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position;
- shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
Planning & Organizing:
- Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies;
- identifiespriority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required;
- allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing work;
- foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning;
- monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary;
- uses time efficiently.
- Considers all those to whom services are provided to be 'clients' and seeks to see things from clients' point of view;
- establishes and maintains productive partnerships with clients by gaining their trust and respect;
- identifies clients' needs and matches them to appropriate solutions;
- monitors ongoing developments inside and outside the clients' environment to keep informed and anticipate problems;
- keeps clients informed of progress or setbacks in projects;
- meets timeline for delivery of products or services to client.
- High school deploma or equivalent.
- At least 5 years of experience in Administration, Human Resource or a related area.
- Consideration for up to 3 years equivalent work experience may be given for candidates in possession of a university degree.
- English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat.
- For the post advertised, fluency in oral and written English is required.
- Knowledge of another official United Nations language is an advantage.
ASSESSMENT METHOD:Evaluation of qualified candidates may include a technical assessment exercise which may be followed by competency based interview.
HOW TO APPLY:Candidates are requested to complete the 'Personal History Form' (P.11) available on the UNAKRT Website at http://www.unakrt-online.org/06_recruitment.htm, and submit their application mentioning the vacancy announcement number and functional title in the subject line of the email to the Human Resources Management Section, UNAKRT, to the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.
Due to the high volume of applications, no letters of acknowledgment will be sent. Only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted.
The United Nations shall place no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. (Charter of the United Nations-chapter 3, article 8).
This vacancy is open for Cambodian nationals only
THE UNITED NATIONS IS A NON-SMOKING ENVIRONMENT
Date of issuance: 14 July 2014