Oxfam Vacancy: Inclusion Project Manager Mekong Region – Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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August 6, 2014

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July 12, 2020

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Oxfam Vacancy: Inclusion Project Manager Mekong Region - Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Inclusion Project Manager Mekong Region

  • High profile water governance program
  • 3-year fixed term contract
  • Based Phnom Penh, Cambodia

The Organisation


Oxfam is a world-wide development organisation that mobilises the power of people against poverty.



Oxfam’s
Inclusion Project is an AUD$6million project funded by DFAT as one of
the 4 pillars in the Australian Government’s Mekong Water Resources
Program (AMWRP).



The
Inclusion Project’s objective is to enable communities to be better able
to realise sustainable livelihoods in the Mekong and Salween river
basins through more open, inclusive, accountable and effective water
resource governance.



The Role


As part
of the regional leadership group, you will manage a team of technical
advisors, core project staff and partnership grant staff. Effective
management of relationships with a wide range of project partners and
external stakeholders will be critical to success in the role.



Your core responsibilities will include:

  • Managing a regional team of
    technical advisors, core project staff and partnership grant and liaison
    staff to achieve the objectives of the Inclusion Project
  • Providing leadership, oversight
    and monitoring of relationships with the new and existing partners and
    key stakeholders – funded and non-funded
  • Providing high level representation for the Inclusion Project
  • Grant, budget and contract management ensuring compliance with Oxfam policies

You will be required to travel regularly throughout the region.



Skills Required


To be considered for this role you will require:

  • A track record in leading the successful delivery of large, complex and cross cultural projects
  • High level financial management skills
  • Project management in politically sensitive, multi-layered stakeholder environments
  • Experience in water and natural resource management preferred

A
healthy Mekong River system is crucial to the future security and
economic development of countless local communities. If you are keen to
contribute, apply by forwarding your resume in MS Word format and
covering letter to cv@ngorecruitment.com quoting ref #32188 or phone Wendy Lown in Melbourne Australia on +61 03 8319 4070 for further information.

Deadline 3 Sep 2014
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