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Position: Community Development Project Manager (CDPM) -- GNC

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Job Announcement

Good Neighbors Cambodia (GNC) is the field country office of Good Neighbors International working in 37 countries in the world. Good Neighbors Cambodia is implementing long term integrated projects focusing on sponsorship, education, health, water & sanitation, income generation & partnership building in some provinces of Cambodia and we are expanding more projects to other provinces to meet our rapid growth. We are inviting motivated and qualified candidates to join our dynamic team for the following position:

Community Development Project Manager (CDPM) – 1 position based in Koh Nhaek district, Mondolkiri province. 


The successful candidate will be offered a competitive salary and other benefits such as 13th month salary, provident fund, health and accident insurance for 24 hours and phone card allowance. Accommodation will be provided to the successful candidate.

Job Summary: The project manages will lead the teams along with his/her leadership and technical skills to ensure the implementation of project activities to meets its goals. The project manager will ensure staff management and their performance by setting annual indicators and time to time review ad coaching. He/she will need to well manage various funding source like plan of action (PoA), grants and designated fund. He/she will work closely with head office to ensure budget status and activities implementation with a timely manner.

Responsibilities:
Management and Leadership
  • Manage and lead the CDP staff to ensure good individual and team performance in support of quality ministry and good stewardship, through coaching, mentoring and regular meetings.
  • Facilitate effective teamwork, coordination and work planning between CDP coordinator Community Development Facilitators (CDFs), Sponsorship Service Facilitators (SSFs), Education Facilitator and other staffs in support of ministry objectives.
  • Ensure that staff understand & follow the GNC’s child protection policy that efforts are taken to respond promptly & appropriately to child protection incidents, and that awareness raising for prevention & reporting.
Project Design
  • Ensure that projects comply at all stages with GNC standards for Design, Monitoring and Evaluation, as specified in the result-based-management framework and associated guidelines for quality documentations.
  • Ensure that project priorities and approaches are based on community needs and align with GNC’s strategies to promote community empowerment.
  • Identify and ensure the effective utilization of different funding resources (e.g. general fund, designated fund, grant, local fund and Government fund etc.) needed to support project objectives with accountability. 
  • Ensure empowerment, gender balance, and child protections etc. are integrated into planning and implementation of projects.
Monitoring, Evaluation and Accountability
  • Ensure monitoring system and tools are developed and used by CDFs & SSF and Education Facilitator to track the progress of project implementation, and to capture learning.
  • Coordinate processes for CDP’s monitoring and evaluation and resource tracking for promoting learning and reflection.
  • Coordinate revision of plans, PoA, budget in response to monitoring, reflection and learning with the community and the CDP Team for better planning.
  • Manage and report on the budget according to GNC’s guidelines/policy, while ensuring the highest levels of financial integrity with accountability and transparency.
  • Monitor budget and designated fund, project spending against PoA. Ensure projects responsibly spend up to the level of approved PoA and/or provide adequate explanations for any significant variances for good stewardship and accountability.
  • Submit monthly, quarterly, semi-annual/annual report, annual review, designated fund report and others to ODM in quality and timely manner.
  • Ensure compliance with sponsorship standards and integration of child sponsorship, child protection policy with community development projecting in accordance with Sponsorship and business process and policies to transform sponsored children, families and community.
Implementation Coordination and Learning
  • Ensure effective strategic, operational and administrative coordination within the project.
  • Coordinate with all staff and key partners (especially, community development committee (CDC)) to ensure and support project implementation that promotes sustainable, holistic transformational development.
  • Ensure the CDFs, Education Facilitator, SSFs and other staffs work together to make Detail Implementation Plan (DIP) including community participation processes and work well together to implement them.
  • Coordinate and network within and outside of GNC to secure necessary technical, human and financial resources to support project implementation.
  • Coordinate and host visits of sponsors, donors, and GNC staff from other offices and coordinate with communication all media and film crew visits to the project area.
  • Effectively coordinate implementation of child sponsorship business (e.g. new child finding, ACL, APR and child case management…etc.) in quality and timely manner.
  • Ensure that staffs are able to access appropriate training opportunities, according to staff needs and organizational priorities.
  • Conduct regular learning reflections with team to continuously improve the empowerment and mobilization approach.
  • Other tasks assigned by the line manager.
Requirement
  1. Bachelor’s degree in development and project management or related field.
  2. Minimum 3 years of appropriate professional experience in management and leadership of a comparable community development project/program.
  3. Sound experience in project and program design, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and report writing.
  4. Good development facilitation including empowerment, community mobilization and transformational development.
  5. Good interpersonal, communication and networking skills.
  6. Competent in written English communication, computer literate (Ms. word, excel, PPT)
  7. Willing travel overnight stay in the community.
The deadline for application is 5 May 2017
 
All interested candidates are required to send their Cover Letter and CV (only in Ms. Word) including salary expectation with 3 references to Mr. Tong Dara, Administration Department Manager, via email (hrmgnc.ho@gmail.com). Do not attach any certificate. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview. Candidates will be expected to comply with Good Neighbors Cambodia's child protection policy.

GNC Head Office:#77, Street 566, Sangkat Boeung Kak I, Khan Toul Kork, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel: (855) 23 880 557   E-mail: hrmgnc.ho@gmail.com  Website: www.goodneighborscambodia.org
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