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Livelihood Officer based in Koh Kong Province


CCPCR organization   


Non-goverment Organization


NGO/Charity/Social Services



Phnom Penh




Full Time

Year of Exp.







NGO/Charity/Social Services




Bachelor Degree




English-- Good   




Koh Kong;

Publish Date


Closing Date


Job Description

  ** Duties :
1. Develop the monthly and quarterly work plan
2. Assist the provincial coordinator to conduct the training workshop to local authorities on prevention and protection of human trafficking and risky migration
3. Coordinate the meeting with local authorities in the target communes to discuss and provide technical support in order to integrate human trafficking related issues into their commune development plans (CDPs) and commune investment programs (CIPs) and to mobilize resources,
4. Collaborate with local authorities and CCWCs to identify and to organize meetings with those vulnerable families to explain the policy of livelihood options,
5. Work closely with local authority, the Social workers and other project staff of CCPCR to form and establish the Self Help Groups,
6. Collaborate with the saving group committee members to conduct the assessment with at risk people (ARPs) in the target communes to identify and select for providing the training workshop on the livelihood, financial literacy and also small business plans.
7. Coordinate with the relevant stakeholders to conduct the livelihood and financial literacy trainings with the at risk people (ARPs) identified and selected at the target communes,
8. Coordinate to conduct the monthly follow up meeting with saving group members, agriculture cooperative members, and also families started up the small business livelihood to provide the technical support and coaching to ensure sustainable and functioning after the phase out of the project.
9. Facilitate meetings between the families and financial institutions to discuss income generation opportunities and other social support, policies and guidelines available,
10. Reporting/update the project progress (monthly and quarterly)
11. Ensure their businesses are safe, free of child labor and that they are profitable and sustainable considering the local market environment
12. Assist the provincial coordinator to organize the monthly follow up meeting with Moto Dop members to discuss and share the knowledge and experiences relating to prevention and protection against human trafficking at the Khmer and Thailand-Koh Kong borders.
13. Prepare “lessons learned” documents related to successful self-help groups and share these lessons with other institutions in the Province,

Job Requirements

  - Bachelor degree of Agriculture or 3 years work experience in local NGOs specifically related to agriculture field with the vulnerable families in the community,
- Computer literacy in MS Word, Power Point, and Excel, e-mail and internet,
- Good report and case study writing skills,
- Excellent communication skills and fluency in Khmer (including strong writing skills),
- Proficiency in English considered very beneficial,
- Good motivation; ability to work as a team,
- Knowledge of appropriate laws and regulations,
- Policy formulation,
- 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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