Community Development Facilitator for Education & Advocacy -- GNC

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, and advocacy in some provinces of Cambodia; and we are expanding more projects to other provinces to meet our rapid growth. We are seeking more qualified candidates to join our dynamic team for the following positions:

Community Development Facilitator for Education & Advocacy (1 position based in Snoul district, Kratie province)

Job description
Relationship building

  • Build good relationships and communicate GNC’s identity to all appropriate stakeholders to know GNC clearly.
  • Build close relationships and learning actively within communities partners through home visits, meeting and attending community social events to make the community trust.
  • Network actively with other stakeholders/partners and facilitate the communities to strengthen community relationship.
Community Formation and Capacity building
  • Facilitate and coordinate the formation/reforming School Support Committee (SSC), Student Council (SC) and parenting group in target school, and ongoing capacity building of them and new group to ensure they are function well toward the effective holistic sustainable education development.
  • Facilitate and coordinate the formation/reforming child/youth group/club and other small groups in target area and ongoing capacity building of them and new group to ensure they are function well toward holistic and sustainable child rights and life skills promotion.
  • Facilitate and coordinate trainings to community key partners on appropriate skills and methods to ensure the improvement of their capacity and self-reliance.
  • Collaborate and facilitate the development of any initiative methodologies and approaches to raise awareness and improve critical analysis of community issues and opportunities, specifically in education and child rights to transform their mind set to find what improving.
  • Participate actively as a key member in OD workshop, Education and Advocacy action learning network and other learning events for reflection and learning to improve the quality of work.
Planning, Implementation and Community Mobilization
  • Collaborate and facilitate community visioning and planning processes with SSC, SC, child/youth group, parenting group and, other key sustainability partners to strengthen their group to be sustainable.
  • Collaborate with team (CDFs, SSF, AFO and other staffs) in planning and implementation processes that mainstream transformational development and child protection within assigned communities.
  • Develop Detail Implementation Plan (DIP) to implement activities in effective and timely manner.
  • Cooperate to mobilize local resources, participation and ownership for development initiatives.
Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Facilitate and mobilize community people and key partners to reflect, learn, share best practices about community empowerment and development.
  • Facilitate and mobilize the key sustainability partners to implement monitoring process and indicators to evaluate the quality of work.
  • Facilitate and mobilize community partners to use Case Study/Most Significant Change (MSC) and other evidence-based monitoring process to see the progress.
  •  Submit reports (monthly, semi and annually or others) and monitoring system (e.g. local education system) in quality and timely manner.
  • Participate in monitoring and evaluation team to collect information to see CDP’s impacts.
  • Other tasks assigned by the line manager.
  • Associated or bachelor degree in education/community and rural development or relevant field.
    Minimum 1 year of appropriate professional experience in education, advocacy, and child rights promotion or community development.
  • Knowledgeable on child rights
  • Good development facilitation including empowerment, community mobilization and transformational development.
  • Good interpersonal, communication and networking skills.
  • Honest and trustworthy, hardworking, high commitment and willing to learn
  • Willing to work with the vulnerable and children. 
  • Competent in written English communication, computer literate (Ms. word, excel, PPT)
  • Willing travel overnight stay in the community.
Application information 
All interested candidates are required to send their Cover Letter and CV including salary expectation with 3 references to Mr. Tong Dara, Administration Department Manager, via email ( Please clearly state working place/province which you want to apply for. Do not attach any certificate. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview. The deadline for application is 15th January 2016.

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:, Website:
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