Community Development Facilitator for Health & WASH -- 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, 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 seeking more qualified candidates to join our dynamic team for the following positions:

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

Successful candidates will be offered a competitive salary and other benefits such as 13th month salary, monthly provident fund, health and accident insurance for 24 hours and phone card allowance. Accommodation will be provided.

Job description:
  • Primary responsibility in managing all health programs at CA UCDP
  • Program development and planning, peer reviewer and applicant relations,
  • Serves as the primary liaison to the program evaluation working group, maintaining expertise and contributing to innovation in research evaluation.
  • Solve problems frequently requiring analysis of unique issues/problems without precedent and/or structure. May manage programs that include formulating strategies and administering policies, processes, and resources; functions with a high degree of autonomy.
  • Work in cooperation with all health relevant staffs such as GNC, Health Post, Health Center, Referral Hospital and other National Hospitals in Phnom Penh that have agreement with the Organization for Child Health Insurance (CHI) or other health programs
  • Spread up-to-date information to community people about how to take care of health
  • Be highly responsible for three main sources of work. (1) Coordinate or manage Health Post Program. (2) Facilitate or run Child Health Support (CHI). (3) Manage budget related to health program and make clear report to submit to CDP Manager
  • Attend monthly meeting required by Phnom Penh Municipal Department of Health and report to CA CDP Manager about the meeting result
  • Coordinate with Health Post Staff to prepare checklist in advance of all necessary materials or medicines to be purchased for use at the post
  • Monthly check all medical equipment installed at the post to verify all purchased materials are available at the post.
  • If any problem happens—unacceptable manner of HP staff to community people, etc.—, must report or discuss with CA CDP Manager immediately to look for solution in order to solve the issue before it extends more serious.
  • Set up training topics before conducting health awareness campaigns and make reports after those events are completed.
  • Manage schedules for visitors, who are Cambodians, Koreans or others who want to see the program operation assigned by GNC management team.
  • Update all health care information and health program activities by making clear reports and put them in the good order, which is easy to be accessed. Besides, PPT is very necessary for visitor internal and external presentation.
  • Keep the deadline of any report required by GNC, especially monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual report, which is related to health program.
  • Do other tasks require by GNC.
  • Prepare and implement standard GNC policies on finance, accounting, purchasing, procurement, cash disbursements, vehicle and property of GNC.
  • Prepare various reports as per required by GNC
  • Keep track of balance of each line of project budget and to ensure that all expenses are charged to the right place, project and/or site and keep the manager informed about the situation.
  • Prepare for national staff payroll, salaries, per diems and overtime payment, with approval from line management before paying.
  • Other tasks as requested from the management team.
  1. A Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science or Health Science with exposure to implementing programs in Health Insurance
  2. A minimum of one year experience in preventive and behavior change program.
  3. Knowledge of Reproductive Health, HIV/AIDS, STI, Drug use and Gender.
  4. Having a good communication skill and willing to work hard
  5. Experience in project management in health sectors
  6. Be strong at reporting both Khmer and English.
  7. Facilitation skill in a high standard of ethical manner
  8. Good computer skills in MS Word, Excel & Power-point
The deadline for application is 28 September 2016.

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 location/project which you are applying for. 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
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