Cambodian HIV/AIDS Education and Care_PP based
Deadline: July 15, 2007
Since 1994, Cambodian HIV/AIDS Education and Care (CHEC), formerly Quaker Services Australia, has been reducing the spread of HIV/AIDS and helping Cambodians cope with the epidemic. Training people is its core service. And since inception, more than 8000 people have received CHEC’s HIV/AIDS training.
Mobilising community resources and supporting people already affected has proven the most sustainable way of dealing with TB/HIV/AIDS and STIs. It is the hallmark of CHEC’s work and it is achieved in partnership with the Provincial Health Department and the National AIDS Office. The organisations work together planning and implementing programs with local communities. CHEC also works with local and international NGOs exchanging information and experience and creating complementary services.
CHEC’s strength is in its intervention programs and its family approach to providing care and support. Training programs and workshops in HIV/AIDS prevention, care and help more than 600 community workers across the country promote safe health practices and look after people whose lives have already been affected by the pandemic.
For the first time ever, in 2004 CHEC began working with the national media to raise general awareness among young people about HIV/AIDS. Monthly TV forums, video and drama, and radio talkback are the main parts of the mass media campaign designed to warn young people about HIV/AIDS, reduce stigma and discrimination and discourage unsafe behaviour.
  • A degree in medicine, health, education, or other relevant degree or experience.
  • At least 2-3 years experience in conducting training programs.
  • Skills in all aspects of project management - planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Interpersonal skills and proven experience in teamwork and building partnerships.
  • A compassionate, non-discriminatory and non-judgment attitude toward People living with HIV/AIDS.
  • High level of written and spoken Khmer and English.
  • Research skills and desirable.


  • Coordinates training program for all provinces and PNH with Training Coordinator.
  • Provide support for Training Coordinator for Training program and for other project requirements.
  • Research and provide advice on appropriate materials for use in Training Courses.
  • Take joint responsibility with Training Coordinator in the course/workshop training and the development of course materials and update them in order to response to the present
  • HIV/AIDS situation.
  • Record data entry of training program and analysis on pre-test and post-test.
  • Plan, organizes and presents provincial training.
  • Work with Training Coordinator in preparing report of activities carried out each month and submit to director.

Interested candidates should send their detailed resume with a cover letter to the CHEC office #86, Street 608, Sangkat Boeung Kak 2, Toul Kork, Phnom Penh. www.checcambodia.org



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