Human Resources Benefits Officer (0717)

CRS/Cambodia_PP based
Deadline: July 17, 2007
For 30 years, CRS has walked with the people of Cambodia, bringing relief during the dark days of war and refugee crises, then through a dawn of hope for peace and development. Now CRS is working towards a brighter future for this nation scarred by betrayed trust and devastated by genocide on a massive scale.
CRS began providing humanitarian assistance to Cambodians fleeing conflict areas during the war that ran from 1973-1975. When CRS was forced to leave Cambodia, and the country went through a period of nearly total economic and political isolation, CRS was one of the first agencies to establish refugee camps on the border with Thailand. Over $15 million was allocated to assist Cambodian refugees from 1979 to 1990. In 1986, CRS regained a link with the isolated Cambodian people by providing relief and rehabilitation again inside Cambodia through support to CIDSE, a sister Catholic development agency.
When the signing of the Paris Peace Accords brought the prospect of peace, CRS re-opened its office in the capital, Phnom Penh, in October 1991. Field offices in the provinces followed as security allowed. Currently the country program employs a staff of 75 people, 71 of whom are Cambodians, and operates in Phnom Penh as well as Battambang, Prey Veng and Svay Rieng provinces. In addition, CRS Thaneakea Phum Village Banking Program became a locally registered microfinance institution in June 2002, and operates in 10 branch offices. Along with 14 local partners, CRS serves over 189,000 people in 468 villages located in 14 provinces, as well as Phnom Penh township.
  • Educational background and / or at least three years of experience in human resources management, preferably with experience in other areas of administration.
  • Experience in coordinating and managing trainings, workshops and meetings.
  • Knowledge of health and HIV/AIDS needs and available resources in Cambodia desirable.
  • Computer and database management skills including data analysis and reporting.
  • Excellent verbal and written English skills including ability to write reports.


  • Conduct and analyze surveys with current staff.
  • Investigate available healthcare insurance and services, including insurance for HIV/AIDS.
  • Organize and facilitate benefits-related activities, trainings and meetings.
  • Participate in establishing, implementing and revising policies related to healthcare and other benefits.
  • Develop and manage a database for monitoring and management of staff health benefits.

Please send CV and cover letter explaining your specific qualifications via email to: with the subject line "Project Officer for Health Benefits"



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