Position: Project Coordinator (Cord)__Deadline:14-June

Cord is an international  Non-Governmental Organisation (iNGO) with administrative headquarters in the United Kingdom and is operational in Africa and Asia.

Cord has 50 years of experience in humanitarian and development work with communities worldwide affected by conflict. We believe that people can only flourish where strong relationships exist between governments, civil society and the private sector, that create space for dialogue, dispute resolution and confidence building. This leads to more inclusive development, better governance and people’s rights being represented.

Cord has a small and committed multi-disciplinary team  of national and international technical experts that deliver initiatives to develop the capacity of communities, civil society and government entities. Cord works in partnership with a range of stakeholders and has multi-donor and multi-partner programmes across several countries.

Cord is looking for a Project Coordinator who will lead and support the implementation of a project on Ethical Business Practices in Cambodia. The project will be implemented in Rattanakiri, Mondulkiri, Steung Trey, Preah Vihear and Kratie provinces. It is led by Cord and implemented in partnership with local NGO partners and several sub-grantees. The position will be based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia with occasional travel to the implementing provinces.

The role will provide programmatic and technical support to enable effective management of the project.

Interested applicants must submit CV and application letter to Mr.CarlosGallardo, Regional Representative for South East Asia  at  cambodia@cord.org.uk  not  later than 14 June2024,5pm(PhnomPenhtime). We encouraged early submissions as applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis and interviews will be organized according to availability. Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
 

Job title

Project Coordinator

Responsible to

Regional Representative South East Asia

Key internal

relationships

Implementation staff & consultants

Finance and Administrative Officer (Cambodia)

Human Rights Capacity Development Advisors (Cambodia) Programme Quality Lead (UK)

Key external

relationships

Project officers/staff of implementing partners and sub- grantees/sub awardees

Consultants /service providers

Location

Phnom Penh, Cambodia, with occasional travels to

Rattanakiri, Mondulkiri, Steung Trey, Preah Vihear and Kratie

Working hours

Monday Friday 8:00 am 5:00 pm

Contract type

Fixed term contract for 30 months upon signing the

contract. Start date is as soon as possible.

Salary range

$1700-1800 depending on experience

Other benefits

A contribution to medical insurance and

33 days of annual leave (including public holidays)

 
Cord is an international Non-Governmental Organisation (iNGO) with administrative headquarters in the United Kingdom and is operational in Africa and Asia.

Cord has 50 years of experience in humanitarian and development work with communities worldwide affected by conflict. We believe that people can only flourish where strong relationships exist between governments, civil society and private sector, that create space for dialogue, dispute resolution and confidence building. This leads to more inclusive development, better governance and people’s rights being represented.

Cord is looking for people who are passionate about seeing positive change in our world and want to join a small and committed team.

Cord has a small and committed multi-disciplinary team of national and international technical experts that deliver initiatives to develop the capacity of communities, civil society and government. Cord works in partnership with a range of stakeholders and has multi-donor and multi-partner programmes.

The Project Coordinator is responsible for ensuring implementation of the Strengthening Accountable Business Practices through Respect and Engagement (SABRE) project and coordinating partner activities.  He/She  is responsible for planning, coordinating and monitoring project activity plans, M&E, communication, visibility, steering group meetings, donor reporting, financial management. The Project is led by Cord and implemented in partnership with local NGO partners and several sub- grantees. The project is funded by the European Union.

The role will provide programmatic and technical support to enable effective management of the projects.
 
Job purpose
Project Management & Supervision
  • Ensure the timely implementation of project activities by closely coordinating with local partners. Maintain effective oversight and supervision to ensure project objectives are met.

Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Collect reports from partners in a timely manner, ensuring alignment with project objectives outlined in the log frame. Verify that project outcomes are achieved, and the project's impact is well-evidenced. Ensure the quality of reporting meets established standards.

Programme Development
  • Take a supporting role in developing and steering Cord’s strategy for the South- East Asia region. Identify new programming opportunities with a specific focus on Cambodia projects and programmes. Identify local partners and cultivate strong relationships with local NGOs and possible donors.

Budget Management
  • Oversee budget management for the project, ensuring financial resources are allocated appropriately and utilized efficiently. Monitor expenditures and financial reporting to maintain fiscal accountability.

Co-Funding Support
  • Play a pivotal role in supporting the project by actively seeking and securing co- funding opportunities. Working with the Regional Representative for South East Asia, collaborate with partners and donors to identify and leverage additional financial resources to enhance the project's impact and sustainability.

Knowledge Sharing and Management
  • Establish and sustain systems for knowledge sharing among project partners and teams. Develop and execute knowledge management strategies to capture, document, and disseminate best practices and lessons learned. Facilitate regular learning sessions and workshops to foster a culture of knowledge exchange.

Areas of responsibility
  • Project management and supervision
  • Ensure the timely and high-quality implementation of SABRE Project
  • Lead and supervise the implementation of activity plans with partners
  • Take lead in the implementation and supervision of subgrant/sub awards implementation.
  • Working with HRCDA, develop a clear action plan on capacity building activities for target groups and partners and support other capacity
  • building initiatives of implementing partners.

Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Lead on maintaining monitoring and evaluation mechanisms to evidence the impact of the project and facilitate periodic impact review sessions.
  • Quarterly gathering of qualitative and quantitative data to inform reporting on output, outcome and impact levels
  • Coordinate the project reporting process with relevant staff and lead on the submission of high quality and timely quarterly reports to the RR, SEA and
  • UK office.
  • Conduct outcome harvesting workshops quarterly with implementing teams

Budget management
  • Support    the    management    of    partner    grant    agreements,    ensuring compliance on contract provisions
  • Work with Cord’s Finance Officer to monitor partner finance reports to ensure compliance with partner agreement, partner policy and EU donor
  • requirements
  • Working with Cord’s Finance Office, lead in conducting external audits.

Evaluation and development of good practice
  • Organise and arrange external evaluations
  • Positively and pro-actively raise awareness of procedures and promote
  • good practices among project staff and partners
  • Facilitate/co-facilitate workshops for staff, partners and sub-grantees as necessary
  • Lead in organizing steering committee meetings with donors and partners, ensuring all stakeholders are updated with relevant information about the
  • project.

Knowledge Management
  • Lead and participate in the development and implementation of knowledge management agenda covering research (knowledge generation) and
  • learning documentation and evaluation based on the project implementation
  • Encourage, assist and develop the capacity of project partners to name their learning, share their knowledge and document their own practices
  • Facilitate knowledge management initiatives

Capacity building
  • Working with HRCDAs, develop a clear action plan on capacity building activities for target groups and partners and support other capacity
  • building initiatives if necessary.
  • Working with HRCDAs, develop and implement coaching plans to support partners in strengthening organisational processes and systems based on
  • the results of the needs assessment together
  • Regular monitoring and measurement of impact of the capacity building approach of Cord

Programme Development
  • Participate and support on strategically developing the regional programme, this includes designing programme concepts, identifying
  • funding opportunities & securing new programme funding in collaboration with the Regional Representative and Programme Development Team (UK)
  • Build and maintain strategic partnerships between Cord and various
  • potential partners (iNGOs and local partners)

Co-Funding Support
  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with potential co-funding partners, including institutional donors, corporations, foundations, and other relevant
  • entities.
  • Working with RR for SEA Conduct regular engagement with existing donors
  • to strengthen relationships and explore additional funding opportunities.
  • Research and identify potential donors who align with the project's goals
  • and thematic areas, creating a comprehensive donor mapping strategy.
  • Working with the RR for SEA, lead the drafting of compelling co-funding
  • proposals, ensuring alignment with donor requirements and the project's
  • strategic objectives.

PERSON SPECIFICATION
Essential Criteria
  • Education: Degree in a relevant field such as Human Rights, International Development, Business and Human Rights and/or Peacebuilding or equivalent.

Experience:
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of hands-on experience in project coordination, with a proven track record of successfully managing projects related to private    sector    engagement    and/or    human    rights    preferably    in Cambodia.
  • Private  Sector  Engagement:  Clear  and  comprehensive  understanding of issues related to private sector engagement in Cambodia, with a focus on Business and Human Rights
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Demonstrated expertise in monitoring and evaluation, including the ability to collect, analyze, and interpret data to measure project progress and effectiveness.
  • Donor Report Writing: Demonstrated success in writing comprehensive and effective donor reports in English, showcasing a proven ability to convey  project  progress,  outcomes,  and  impact  in  a  clear  and compelling manner.
  • Budget    Management:    Proven    experience    in    overseeing    budget management for projects, ensuring efficient allocation and utilization of financial resources.
  • Co-Funding  Support:  Track  record  of  cultivating  and  maintaining relationships  with  potential  co-funding  partners,  with  a  successful history of securing additional funding for projects.
  • Knowledge  Sharing  and  Management:  Experience  in  establishing and/or  maintaining  systems  for  knowledge  sharing  among  project partners    and  teams,    including   facilitating   learning    sessions    and workshops.

Language Proficiency
  • Fluency in both English and Khmer languages is essential for effective communication and collaboration with diverse stakeholders.

Political, Social, and Cultural Context
  • Strong  understanding  of  Cambodia's  political,  social,  and  cultural context,  demonstrating  the  ability  to  navigate  and  work  effectively within the local environment.

Collaboration and Teamwork
  • Demonstrable experience working collaboratively with diverse teams, including local communities, government officials, private sector and partner organizations.

Desirable Criteria
  • EU Policies and Procedures: Knowledge of EU policies and procedures related to managing grants, including a thorough understanding of compliance requirements.
  • OPSYS (Optional): Familiarity with OPSYS (Operations Portal  for EU External Action) system, demonstrating the ability to navigate and use it for effective project management.
  • Conflict Sensitivity and Do No Harm: Familiarity with using the Do No Harm    and    conflict    sensitivity    approach,    demonstrating    an understanding of their importance in project implementation.

Personal Qualities
  • Passionate about making a difference and wanting to contribute to Cord’s programmes.
  • Commitment to Cord’s values and ethos
  • Enthusiasm, diplomacy and the ability to use his/her own initiative;
  • Flexible, friendly and willing to work as part of an international team
  • Positive, able and willing to provide support to staff and partners
  • Patience and persistence to develop relationships with a range of
  • stakeholders
  • Commitment to reflection and personal/ professional learning
  • High standards of professionalism and ethical conduct
  • Commitment to teamwork
  • Honesty and integrity
  • Sensitivity and understanding of gender related topics
  • Willingness to actively support an active, engaged civil society
  • Ability to multitask, manage several competing priorities efficiently,
  • and deliver results within specified timelines
  • Ability to navigate and work effectively within the political landscape,
  • recognizing and addressing political challenges and opportunities

Moreinfo: https://cord.org.uk/get-involved/work-for-us

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