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Cambodia Country Director

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Cambodia Country Director.

  • An attractive salary package ranging between USD 24,000 – USD 30,000 per annum depending on qualifications and experience.

  • Benefits:

    • 13th month salary
    • Termination provision equal to one month of salary per year
    • Seniority Payment equal to 15 days of salary per year
    • Medical care equal to USD 300 per year
    • Health and accident insurance
    • National Social Security Fund (NSSF)
  • Location: Based in Phnom Penh, with some travel within Cambodia and internationally.

  • Reports to: International Programmes Director (based in UK).

Disabled candidates are particularly encouraged to apply 

JOB PURPOSE.

Country Directors play a critical role in ADD. As our most senior members of in-country staff, they lead our work with passion, commitment and skill. They understand that inclusion of people with disabilities and equality of opportunity are human rights and that everyone benefits from inclusive and tolerant societies where no one is left behind in human development.

Our Country Directors have the flexibility to lead the country work, in line with ADD’s policies and procedures. They need to be as confident and comfortable working with poor and marginalised people with disabilities as with senior level government officials, NGO partners or institutional donors.

They also participate in leading the global organisation through membership of our Strategic Leadership Team along with senior UK management.

The role of the Country Director is to lead and develop ADD Cambodia’s country office and work, ensuring strategic coherence, strong teams, high quality programmes and sound management.

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE.

We are looking for a candidate with the following skills and experience:

  • Extensive relevant professional experience, including with international NGOs
  • Significant senior management experience in an international NGO
  • A proven background working with development approaches that seek to empower marginalised communities to achieve sustainable change based on the realisation of human rights
  • Demonstrated experience in the areas outlined in the job description
For further information on the role and what we are looking for, please see the job description.

HOW TO APPLY.

Interested applicants should send the following attachments by email:

  • CV (maximum 2 pages). Please indicate contact telephone number and email address.
  • Letter of motivation (maximum 2 pages). Please state your current or most recent salary
  • Completed equal opportunities form
  • The names, contact numbers and addresses of 2 referees (please state if you are not happy for them to be contacted at this stage)

Please send your application to recruitment: recruitment@add.org.uk by the closing date specified below.

If you need an accessible format please contact our HR department on +44 1373 473 064 or email recruitment@add.org.uk

  • Closing date: 29th May 2019 at 12pm UK time
  • First interviews: Possible by Skype week commencing 3rd June, 2019
  • Second interviews: week commencing 10th June, 2019

Candidates with disabilities are particularly encouraged to apply

Preference will be given to Cambodian nationals

Equal Opportunities.

We are keen to promote strong principles of equality and diversity and would welcome applications from all backgrounds. Disabled people are strongly encouraged to apply and as a ‘disability confident employer’ ADD guarantees to interview all disabled candidates who meet the minimum criteria. For more information on this please see our Equal Opportunities Policy.

Our Commitment to Safeguarding.

ADD International believes that it is always unacceptable for anyone to experience abuse of any kind. We recognise our responsibility to safeguard all children, young people and adults, and promote their welfare. ADD expects high standards of conduct and professionalism from all our employees and volunteer. In turn our workers are entitled to expect to work in an atmosphere that promotes high standards and mutual respect. Both within and outside of work, staff are expected to behave in a manner which does not bring the organisation into disrepute. 

We carry out appropriate background checks for all staff, trustees, consultants or volunteers (including obtaining references, checking qualifications and right to work checks). For those who may come into direct contact with children or vulnerable adults, or with sensitive and personal data and images, or who have overall responsibility for safeguarding, we carry out appropriate criminal record checks. For more information on this please see the safeguarding pages on our website.

Data Protection.

ADD International is aware of its obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the UK Data Protection Bill and is committed to processing your data securely and transparently. For more information on this please see our ‘Job Applicant Privacy Notice’.