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 ព័ត៍មានទាក់ទងនិង អ.ជ.ក


អង្គការជនជាតិដើមភាគតិចកម្ពុជា (អ.ជ.ក)

Cambodia Indigenous Peoples Organization (C.I.P.O)



Term of Reference


Position of Programm Manager


I. Background

Cambodia Indigenous Peoples Organizations (CIPO) is neutral, non-governmental, not for profit organization which was officially registered by the Ministry of Interior in Phnom Penh, Cambodia  Registration letter No. 1352 Sor. Chor. Nor of 30 June 2014. C.I.P.O head office is in Phnom Penh and will also set up its official work at the provincial level in order to direct support to the indigenous people’s community.


CIPO works to contribute the support to promote social welfare, traditional culture of the indigenous peoples in Cambodia for sustainability as the permanent community. The strategy objectives of the CIPO are as below:


1) Capacity building and mentoring indigenous peoples in relation to the law on customary land rights that are protected by national and international legal frameworks in order that they are able to deal with  serious human rights abuses and major violations of land rights, violations of land laws, forestry laws, etc. being in perpetrated in Cambodia

2) Research, compile existing documents/video/tape recordings related to good traditional practices of indigenous peoples,

3) Indigenous community organizing so that communities are able to secure their customary collective and private land and natural resource rights which are stipulated in the national policies and international legal frameworks.

4) Awareness raising at the national and international level on the general situation of the indigenous peoples in Cambodia.

5) Provide the legal aid directly to indigenous communities.


II. Objectives:

Will work under the direction and supervision of PM to oversee, guide and manage the operation of the CIPO organization including responsible for manage day-to-day operation of CIPO and to ensure the success of implementation of the program/project strategy and policy of CIPO. In addition build relations with the organization development and management, project officer, donors, civil societies and the government at all level as in detail the tasks section below:


III. Key Tasks:

1. Coordinates with ED, PO, PA, Government institutions at the national and provincial level, and NGOs

2. Together with CIPO’s Executive Director, management team and project officer to finalized and implement the strategic plan and logical framework

3. Together with CIPO’s Executive Direct and project staff develop the proposal writing and concept note to donors for fund raising

4. Work closely with the management team and projects staff for the overall implementation of the project’s plans and activities includes monthly and quarterly work plan, budget plan, and annual operational;

5. Ensure that all annual operational plan, such as budget and activity plan of the project are effective and efficient;

6. Monthly budget and activity monitoring, and provide support as needed in the effective and efficient implementation of the projects activities by project staff and target communities; 

7. Coordinate with the partners, consultants and other service providers engaged in the project activities;

8. In charge in implementing the project based on the terms of project contract with the donors and agreements with the partner- organizations;

9. Prepare the report including monthly, quarterly, annual and progress report; and

10. Coordinate and prepare the timely submission of project plans and reports including finance report to Donors

11. Participate with CIPO meeting, Donors and network to understand the framework of proposal writing;

12. Provide mentor to the project staff how to implement the project;

13. Conduct the field monitoring and evaluation to capture impacts periodically;

14. Facilitate project staff in organization to conduct the staff appraisal annually;

15. Ensure that program budget are effectively, efficiently and transparently spent;

16. Prepare and coordinate the advocacy and the communication activities of the project with the project officer;

17. Effectively manage the project team to align with term of reference and organization policies;

18. Represent CIPO at meetings and events;

19. Provide the CIPO’s technical support to improve the organization development

20. Liaise, and communicate with the involved government institutions, at NGOs at all level;

21. Complete other tasks as assigned by the Executive Director and requested by Management team member.


IV. Qualifications:

Be fluent in at least one Indigenous language spoken, also in Khmer and have good command of English.

- Have good background, knowledge and experience with indigenous peoples affairs.

- Experience in Project Management or Programme Management and organization development

- Experience in proposal writing

- Strong computer literacy (including working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, power point and the Internet and email);

- Commitment to the empowerment of indigenous peoples community

- Knowledge of participatory engagement and alternative learning approaches

- Be able to work under pressure and based on good time management practices.

- Have good relationships and good interpersonal communication skills with IPs, also with all kinds of governments, civil society organizations and Donors at local, national, regional and international

- Ability to think critically and engage in meaningful discussion

- Ability to facilitate groups  and willingness to work as part of a dynamic team

- Ability to work and make decisions independently

- At least university degree related fields.

- Be fast and clear in report writing.

V. Timeframe

The timeframe is for 3 months from 1st September to 31st December 2016 (Probation Period). However the programme manager may extended his/her long term contract, if the organization funding is available and manager is meets the criteria after staff evaluation.


VI. Location

The programme manager will be based in Phnom Penh but can be flexible at the target province.


VII. Schedule:        Part-time Job

VII. Remuneration:    

Approx. $ 450.00 (share 33%), however the Programme Manager may get the full salary payment (100%) once there is available funding.


VX. Supervision

Yun Mane

Executive Director


X. Application Information:

Application should be submitting in hard copy or soft copy. Qualified candidates are invited to submit their curriculum vitae with cover letter to the below detail address or email, and contact number.

​CIPO Office: #16BEo-E1, Street 446, Sangkat Toul Tumpong I, Khan Chamkamorn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Telephone: 023 51 31 666 /012 660 929 E-mail:


Note: Indigenous peoples and woman candidates highly encourage applying.


Deadline of application is 28th August, 2016 at 5PM.




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