BSDA is now seeking candidates to join our team working to realise children’s rights through improved local governance in Cambodia. The project is supported by the EU through Save the Children. The project has two objectives: The first objective is to empower civil society organisations (CSOs), including children and youth groups and, particularly, children’s rights umbrella organisations and networks, to hold local authorities (LAs) and public service providers accountable for monitoring and fulfilling the rights of children and young people. The second objective is to strengthen the capacity of local authorities and public service providers (especially in birth registration and education) to protect and fulfill the rights of children and young people through improved service provision and public financial management.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Understand BSDA identity, values, vision, mission and strategic goals.
Give training to child and youth club leaders including girls and deprived children in the following subjects
- Child Participation in Commune Development Processes
- Commune Development Processes
- Child participation action research/assessment/child rights assessment tool.
Provide financial and technical support to children to participate in CIP processes/school development plans and monitoring.
Support children and youth, especially girls and deprived children and youth groups to conduct monthly and quarterly meetings at village and district level
Support children and youth in conducting child participatory action research/assessments, consultation and presenting their findings tostakeholders .
Provide support to CSOs, including children, to share authorship of CRC supplementary reports at provincial and national level.
Conduct public awareness raising on children’s rights, including the rights to birth registration, education and participation through the media.
Conduct quarterly community awareness activities for children’s rights, birth registration and the benefit of child education.
Support local authorities and school support committees, including children, to conduct social service mapping (SSM) to identify vulnerable and marginalised children and to incorporate them into their annual plans and to allocate adequate budgets to do this.
Give training to LA (CC and CCWC) and School principals in the following subjects:
- Child Participation in CIP processes
- Child sensitive local budget management
Give financial and technical support to LAs /School support committees to conduct dialogue meetings with CSOs on including children (in particular girls and deprived children) in the discussion of community issues, including children’s issues, quality services, budgets and community mechanisms for monitoring and protecting children.
Give financial and technical coaching to CC, CCWC and School Principals to conduct CRIA.
Conduct consultative and orientation meetings for CRIA to assess existing tools and get input for the further development of CRIA.
Work with project coordinators to conduct an annual reflection workshop with key stakeholders at provincial level.
Work with project coordinators to conduct a national sharing workshop about the impact of the project.
Develop good practices video documentary and documentation of the project impacts.
Write case studies
Write monthly and quarterly reports for submittal to program coordinators
- Minimum bachelor degree in social sciences or related disciplines
- Knowledge of D&D process, CIP&CDP, and child rights
- Minimum 2 year’s experience in teaching and/or training at both school and community levels
- Experience of working with CC and CCWC on social work, good governance and CIP
- Commitment to working with orphans, vulnerable children and community people
- Advanced skills in speaking and writing English
- Capable user of at least Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point
- Flexible attitude, independent, and teamwork personality
- Cambodian National
- Salary : 420 $ per month
- Health & Accident Insurance
- Provident Fund
- Capacity Building
Interested candidates should submit an application letter and comprehensive curriculum vitae (CV) to the address or email address given below. The positions are open to both female and male qualified and motivated candidates but women and disabled people are highly encouraged to apply. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview. Copies of documents submitted to BSDA will not be returned to applicants
Closing Date: : 25 July 2017 at 5.00 PM
Head-office : National Road # 7, Ampile Village, Ampil Commune, Kampong Siem District, Kampong Cham Province, Kingdom of Cambodia or E-mail: email@example.com, (855) 12 208 142 A detailed job description and application form is available on www.bsda-cambodia.org.