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Social Worker (3 Phnom Penh & 2 Svay Reing )


CCPCR organization   


Non-goverment Organization


NGO/Charity/Social Services



Phnom Penh




Full Time

Year of Exp.







NGO/Charity/Social Services




Bachelor Degree




English-- Good   




Phnom Penh; Svay Rieng;

Publish Date


Closing Date


Job Description

  ** Social Worker- 5 positions (3 social workers- based in Phnom Penh and 2 social workers based at Svay Reing Province).

** Duties:
1. Manage and be responsible for the cases allocated to you.
2. When appropriate, use the NCCT interview guide to identify abused migrants and victims of trafficking amongst returnee migrants.
3. Basic counseling skills for working closely with clients, empathy and problem solving.
4. Conduct the assessment with the victim and victim’s family to identify and understand their needs, problems and strengths. Pay attention to all kinds of Needs e.g. safety, physical health, emotional health and relationships, livelihood and education, justice Needs.
5. Analyze the situation and priority needs and requirements of the victim and victim’s family, with the victim and family. Support the victim (and family) to make decisions about what action to take.
6. Develop a case plan with the client that brings resources and services together to respond to the needs and problems and builds on strengths.
7. Implement the plan together with the victim and victim’s family and other service providers, checking progress and reviewing and adapting the plan according to changing circumstances.
8. Close the case according to CCPCR policy e.g. when the identified needs have been met and problems solved.
9. Work closely with the Social Work Supervisor and other team members throughout the casework, for example meeting to discuss the analysis and planning of the case and later, Case Reviews and closure.
10. Network and build relationships and find resources (local authorities, physical health care including reproductive health, mental health care, livelihood, legal) in the areas that clients live.
11. Undertake field visits to meet with clients and their families to ensure they have their prioritized needs met and to understand their changing situations to meet their needs effectively.
12. For each case open a file and record visits and events, identification, assessment, plan, implementation, reviews and new planning and closure in casework forms so that the work carried out on each case is accessible and data is kept for M&E systems like the WI CTIP database.
13. Submit requests for funds for clients (or significant family members) following identified needs and a plan to meet those needs with services and following CCPCR’s financial policies. Follow CCPCR’s client-related policies, act ethically, follow the best interests of the client, show the client respect and compassion. Keep confidentiality.

Job Requirements

  - Bachelor Degree of Social Work, or any related field,
- Minimum three years of experience of social work in working with survivors of human trafficking and abused migrants or a similarly vulnerable group (survivors of GBV, children in need of protection etc).
- Knowledgeable in English and excellent interpersonal communication, critical thinking negotiation and analysis skills,
- Competency in computer literate in Ms. Office, Excel, Email & Internet,
- Report and case study writing skills,
- Knowledge of social work, the case management process.
- Able to travel frequently to provinces for needs assessment, assisting clients and monitoring.
- Fully able to embrace organizational values and possess a high level of commitment towards the mission of CCPCR,

** All positions are full-time and salary is based on previous experience/education. Women are encouraged to apply. To submit an application or request additional information, please contact Mr. Sieng Ramo, Finance/Admin Manager of CCPCR at 099 444 121 / 011 940 866, Email: or or Mr. Sek Sophal, Program Manager at 099 444 124 / 012 913 138

** Only short-listed applicants will be contacted and CVs & resumes cannot be returned to applicants. The deadline for application is on 16 th January, 2018. CCPCR is a Child safe organization. The successful candidate will be required to comply with the CCPCR’s Child Protection Pol

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Contact Information

Contact Person

Mr. Sieng Ramo /Mr. Sek Sophal


099 444 127 / 011 940 866 / 099 444 124 / 012 913 138




Phnom Penh .

Company Profile

Cambodian Center for the Protection of Children’s The Cambodian Centre for the Protection of Children’s Rights (CCPCR) is a non-governmental, non-political and non-profit organization. Its task is to promote children’s rights by protecting and combating against Violence, Sexual Abuse, Child Trafficking and Exploitation. CCPCR was founded as a not-for-profit NGO in November 1994, by a group of Cambodian professionals highly committed to the welfare of Cambodian children. It commenced operations in March 1995 and its Statute was approved by the Ministry of Interior on Feb 27th 1997.

Currently, CCPCR is operating Child protection and Prevention program in 5 provinces including Phnom Penh, Svay Rieng, Siemreap, Kampong Thom, and Koh Kong. The programs focus on child protection issues including rescue, recover, rehabilitation and reintegration and prevention including strengthening child protection mechanism and community education.

CCPCR is extending the program and now is looking for a qualified person for the position of Provincial Coordinator (1 position based in Kohkong province).

Service hot line :

023 969 088 / 023 47 99099 / 023 47 99088

Operating Hours : Mon-Fri (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)

Email :

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