Position: Science Club and Laboratory Officer -- CCF


Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) is one of the leading international NGO that contribute to social development through providing life-changing education, nourishment and healing to vulnerable children from some of Cambodia’s most destitute communities with its vision to transform them into tomorrow’s leaders. This well respected NGO, currently, cares for more than 2,000 students and 10,000 people annually, helping entire families and communities in crisis through a significant array of programs and initiatives.

CCF operates in Cambodia through strong support relationship development and fundraising businesses in USA, Australia, UK, and HK. It has grown rapidly since its inception. To support the development, CCF is currently looking for the qualified candidate to fill the positions of Science Club and Laboratory Officer.

The Neeson Crips Academy (NCA) Science Club and Laboratory Officer will be responsible for preparing and maintaining equipment for the science laboratory and overseeing safety in the science laboratories.  Most importantly, this role will design, plan, and deliver hands-on science enrichment activities for students in grades K through 12 both inside and outside of standard classroom hours. The Science Club and Laboratory Officer will also be involved in helping NCA STEM teachers incorporate hands-on activities and experiments into the Khmer General Education curriculum at NCA.

The role reports directly to the STEM Coordinator and will work closely with the Science Lab Assistant.  This role will regularly work evening hours to deliver after-school science clubs. Strong working relationships with science teachers, STEM Club facilitators, the Education Management Team, and NCA administrative staff is critical to ensure alignment to CCF strategy and philosophy of education. This role is an integral part of the CCF Education Program. He/she works to ensure the high quality of science education is provided. In addition, he/she works to implement the STEM mission and CCF commitment

Position Title    : Science Club and Laboratory Officer  
Report to    : STEM Coordinator
Key liaison    : Science Lab Assistant, Education Management Team, NCA School Manager, Math & Science Coordinator

Key Responsibilities:
To assist with the continued development of NCA STEM Program, which may include
  • Learn new experimental techniques, master scientific concepts from many subject areas
  • Use a learner-centered approach to classroom management, avoid a didactic style of      instruction
  • Plan and create resources for STEM Clubs that are not directly curriculum-linked
  • Plan and create resources for lab experiments that are directly linked to Khmer General Education curriculum and meet NCA STEM Teachers’ needs
  • Design and deliver new STEM Clubs or other STEM enrichment opportunities for students, which may include creating new equipment using locally available materials
  • Responsible for submitting budget proposals for materials required in classes and clubs
Prepare experiments for laboratory lessons or after-school clubs, which may include
  • Confer with teachers or club facilitators regarding what is needed
  • Have all equipment or other materials prepared and in place prior to start of clubs or lessons
  • Assist teachers or other club facilitators with activities when needed
  • Build simple equipment for use in the laboratory or Clubs
  • Maintaining an efficient system for use and allocation of materials and equipment
To keep laboratories and science preparation room in good condition, which may include
  • Oversee the general security of the lab during school hours
  • Advise teachers and students in safety matters related to the science lab
  • Clean all work surfaces, sinks, and shelves
  • Service and clean simple laboratory equipment
  • Clean and correctly store all equipment or materials after laboratory lesson(s) or clubs
  • Take care of other department resources (books, etc)
  • Maintain a safe chemical storage/handling/disposal system according to local safety regulations
  • Perform maintenance procedures for laboratory experimental and safety equipment
  • Report damage of equipment to STEM Coordinator and arrange repairs
  • Help Science Lab Assistant with essential laboratory management tasks
Science/STEM Specific Duties
  • Create and maintain a welcoming classroom atmosphere by working with a polite and respectful manner
  • Provide direct instruction to students, as per the training of STEM Coordinator and instruction of the supervising teacher
  • Help ensure all students, staff, and visitors practice safe lab behaviour
  • Inform the supervising teacher of any student injuries that may occur outside the presence of the teacher
  • Alert the supervising teacher and CCF admin staff to dangerous conditions with regards to the building and grounds
  • Be alert to potential problems or accidents and intervene to stop them

  1. Bachelor degree science or related field.
  2. 2 Year experience in working in a science laboratory
  3. Have experience working with students and/or teachers
  4. Have practical skills and qualifications in Chemistry, Physics, Biology, or Earth Science
  5. Demonstrated desire to learn new skills
  6. Fully-qualified Cambodian teachers may receive special consideration
  7. Visibly ethical, able to demonstrate CCF values in day-to-day work
  8. Systematic & organized working habits
  9. Excellent oral and written communication skills in Khmer
  10. Intermediate oral and written communication skills in English
  11. Basic IT skills in MS Office (Word, Excel, Pow point)
  12. Background in Working with Children screen

CCF provides successful candidates a competitive salary based on job and potential. It offers annual salary increase plus other benefits such as Annual Bonus, 24-hour Insurance, Provident Fund Scheme, Indemnity, and Friendly Working Environment with other HR policies paralleling to Cambodian Labor Law. The successful candidate will become part of an integrated team working together as ONE CCF.

How to Apply
Appropriately skilled, experienced and/or qualified candidates should submit their CV and a letter of application, (Combined into one ‘Word’ document) which responds to the Key Selection Criteria to email: jobs@cambodianchildrensfund.org and contact number: 070 666 383 with subject Application for MCP Assistant by closing date 15 September 2017. The detailed position description is available at CCF’s Web site: https://www.cambodianchildrensfund.org/jobs-at-ccf/.
Contact Number : 070 666 383   Only short-listed candidates will be invited for an interview!
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