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Various Positions

Posted on
16 January 2019

From its origins as a small group of committed wildlife enthusiasts, WWF has grown into one of the world’s largest and most respected independent conservation organizations–supported by 5 million people and active in over 100 countries on five continents.
WWF-Greater Mekong – on the ground in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam–is working to conserve the region’s biodiversity and build a secure and sustainable future for people and wildlife. WWF has a long history of engagement in the Greater Mekong.
WWF’s mission in Cambodia is to ensure that there will be strong participation and support from all people to conserve the country’s rich biological diversity. The WWF-Cambodia Conservation Programme that started more than 10 years ago is implemented in 2 landscapes – Eastern Plains Landscape (EPL) and Mekong Flooded Forest (MFF) Landscape and built over the following 4 pillars of interventions: (1) Securing Landscape Integrity sustaining conservation and livelihood development, (2) Freshwater and Sustainable Hydropower, (3) Protected Area Management and Conservation Research and (4) Sustainable Financing – Green Economy.
WWF-Cambodia is looking for many qualified National candidates to fulfill the following positions:
Remuneration Package: Competitive Salary and other attractive benefits including annual bonus, provident fund, severance pay, medical allowanceinsurances, NSSF  etc.
  1. Information Technology Officer, based in Phnom Penh office
  1. Major Duties and Responsibilities:
    1. Front-end (Windows and Mac)
Users / applications:
  • Assist users in troubleshooting PC/notebook problems e.g. network connections, wireless connections, login issues, printing issues, connecting to projector issues, video conferencing etc.
  • Basic I.T. education / assist users in questions relating to applications e.g. MS-Office, PDF files, One WWF, Google Suite, Zoom etc.
  • PC / notebook connectivity issues with unsecured/secured wireless networks
  • Keep track of patch level (OS, applications, firmware) of all the PC / notebooks
  • Provide I.T. support for visitors to the WWF Cambodia office
  • Provide technical support to finance users running Oracle
Anti-virus and firewall administration
  • Monitor PC / notebook anti-virus and firewall status daily/frequently
  • Update and modify software firewall policies, if necessary
  • Ensure PC / notebooks are updated daily and all PC / notebooks are free from infections
  1. Back-end server administration (Windows servers)
  • Monitor servers performance, uptime and ensure servers are in working order
  • Ensure daily update of anti-virus signature
  • Check authentication directory functionality
  • Server OS and AD updates/patches
  • Manual/automated backup of user/server data
  • VMware updates and patches
  • Work with principal to resolve server issues, if necessary
  • Ensure disaster recovery plans are updated and tested. Amend if necessary.
  1.  Network (LAN/WAN) administration
  • Ensure wired and wireless LAN is running and troubleshoot problems that arises
  • Ensure internet connectivity is up and running and troubleshoot problems that arises
  • Work with ISP if internet connectivity goes down due to ISP problem
  • Keep track of static IP addresses for static devices
  • Monitor firewall and secure remote access device and update signatures
  1. Additional and adhoc:
  • Obtain quotations/approval/purchase of new PC / notebooks, software licenses and perform installation.
  • Setup additional server services as required (ftp, web), AD accounts, shell scripting and scheduling, if needed
  • All I.T. related documentation
  • Proactive IT operations management and provide best practice recommendations.
  • Regular interaction with users to understand needs and to provide IT refresher briefings.
  • Plan and schedule periodic IT support visit to field offices.
  1. Qualification:
Education and Experiences:
  • Bachelor in IT or network related field
  • good knowledge of various desktop operating systems (Windows and MacOS) and Windows Server 2008/2012
  • good knowledge of Active Directory
  • good LAN / WAN knowledge, network security concepts and practices
  • knowledge of common desktop application software
  • experience with Google Suite cloud services
  • able to communicate clearly
  • good troubleshooting skills including use of remote support tools
Skills and Abilities:
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and diplomatic skills with the ability to manage and interact at all levels of an international, multicultural and multilingual organization.
  • Networking, coordination, and facilitation skills.
  • Adhere to WWF’s values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.
  • Respective Competencies: WWF Focus; External Orientation; Delivery quality outcomes; Building working relationships; Communicate effectively; Leading teams; Leading change; Managing Resources
  1.  Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, based in Phnom Penh office.
  1. Major Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Handles and coordinates the development and implementation of an overall M&E system, M&E tools and data management systems to track project progress following WWF Programme and Project Management Standards (PPMS).
  • Ensures the online database of proposals and projects for Cambodia (C2G) is maintained up to date with supporting documents.
  • Manages and further develops the Country performance monitoring systems and dashboard (Key Performance Indicators).
  • Support project managers in employing M&E tools to monitor the indicators of progress against work plans (biodiversity targets status, threat reduction, livelihood improvement, behavior change) to ensure that objectives of the WWF-Cambodia Program me are measured and met as cost-effectively and efficiently as possible .
  • Develop and review M&E work plan for the country program, monitor the quarterly updates and the work plan implementation status with project staff.
  • Work with conservation and operation staff to advise on their project monitoring plans and to help develop the uptake of WWF Project/Program me Management Standards (PPMS).
  • Facilitate annual planning meetings for both EPL and MFF Landscapes, and operation departments, in order to develop annual objectives and Key Performance Indicators as part of an Annual work plan.
  • Communicate the M&E action plan to all staff and ensures that it is effectively implemented
  • Work with the Conservation Program me Director to compile and maintain a list of projects within the respective office which are funded by external donors and require submitting an external donor report; maintain a centralized timeline of reporting calendar to external donors.
  • Analyze M&E data to identify performance failure and work closely with the Country Management Team to ensure that key programme and operations deliverables and targets are met on time.
  • Maintain an awareness of developments and up-to-date knowledge of the M&E to ensure that the organization continues to take advantage of best practices
  • Leads the consolidation, analysis and synthesis of technical reports, monitoring sheets, and other information from projects and programmes. This includes communicating and monitoring the preparation of quarterly M&E updates and MoFA reports. This includes archiving the reports into the C2G database and relevant WWF google site.  Coordinate the preparation of draft 6-monthly Key Performance Indicator Dashboard Report.
  • Works closely with the program development and M&E (PDME) manager, ensures that Network colleagues are kept fully informed on key issues by preparing briefing materials, analyses and reports as directed by the PDME Manager and co-ordinates communications to ensure consistency and quality.
  • Be the focal point for responding to requests from WWF Network and others relating to country monitoring and evaluation and country project database. Be responsible for informing the Network Performance Overview (NPO) tool and the WWF INSIGHT online platform.
  • Collects M&E data and provides regular reports and analysis to the Country Management Team to facilitate continuous improvement.
  • Provides orientation and training to project staff to help them understand and comply with M&E systems and tools.
  • Works with Human Resources to identify training needs in M&E for project staff.
  • Organizes/facilitates meetings with project staff, so that available staff are exchanging information and sharing best practices with regard to M&E.
  • Promotes the organization’s image in the community by attendance at meetings and fora in M&E
  1.  Qualifications:
Education & Experience
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, International Development, Natural Resource Management or information management related fields; Master  degree is  preferred
  • 3 years of practical experience in monitoring and evaluation
  • Experience in data collection, analysis and synthesis and preparation of strategic information for decision makers
  • Experience in writing reports and reviews, delivering presentation and defending recommendations
  • Coaching
  • Familiar with conservation and natural resource management issues in Cambodia
  • Demonstrated understanding of the project cycle management
  • Demonstrated knowledge of M&E methodology, quality assurance
Skills & Abilities:
  • Knowledge of WWF’s Programme and Project Management Standards is an advantage
  • Knowledge of Miranda software is an advantage
  • Fluency in written and spoken English and local language
  • Working with a multi-cultural team and with teams in remote locations
  • Working under pressure and towards tight deadline
  • Possess strong negotiation, influencing and communication skills. Has the ability to liaise with senior management staff, relevant staff in different functional areas, local communities, government agencies, governmental policy and decision makers, the business community, media, donors etc. all in a professional, positive manner.
  • Passionate about wildlife and conservation with the ability to galvanize the Network and broader community around a shared agenda;
  • Adhere to WWF’s values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging.
  • Role models WWF’s behaviours of Listening Deeply, Innovating Fearlessly, Collaborating Openly, and Strive for Impact.
  1. Field Finance Officer, based in Kratie office:
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Check and review petty cash payment vouchers such as invoices, receipts, quotations purchase orders etc. comply with WWF policies
  • Check and recalculate the requests and advance settlements from staff
  • Maintain the filing system for financial documents.
  • Prepare cash forecasting for the MFF Landscape Office, WWF-Cambodia
  • Process cheque disbursement to staff, suppliers and others complying with WWF policies
  • Reconcile and follow up the staff advances and up to date
  • Monthly bank reconciliation
  • Enter petty cash, cheque disbursements and expenses claim into the Oracle system by project number, award number and task code based on project agreements and cost codes.
  • Coordinate with the bank for transferring money and collecting the bank statement
  • Prepare daily cash position report
  • Additional duties and responsibilities as requested by Project Finance and Admin officer
Education & Experience
  • University degree in Accounting, finance and banking
  • At least two years working experience in accounting with international NGOs is desirable
  • Good organization and interpersonal skills, with ability to function in a multi-cultural environment, working under pressure of deadlines
  • Capable of working with minimum supervision
Skills & Abilities:
  • Basic knowledge of environmental and conservation issues in Cambodia is an advantage
  • Thorough understanding of financial administrative issues
  • Fluency in written and spoken English native language
  • Proficiency in MS Office, accounting software such Peachtree or ACCPAC and other database applications
  • Communications
  • Networking and interpersonal
  • Teamwork
  • Fluency in written and spoken English and local language
  • Proficiency in MS Office
  • Organization and time management
  • Organizational awareness and service orientation
  • Working under pressure of deadlines
  • Adhere to WWF’s values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging
  • Role models WWF’s behaviors of Listening Deeply, Innovating Fearlessly, Collaborating Openly, and Strive for Impact.
  1.  Lawyer (Part time), based in Phnom Penh with Frequent travel to Mondulkiri office
  1.  Major Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Provide technical support to judicial police on gathering the necessary evidence and correctly filing court cases, which will lead to successful prosecution of offenders ranging from fines to jail time;
  • Work closely with provincial prosecutor and PPWS and SWS Directors to move filed court cases for hearing;
  • Monitor and follow up on how the filed court cases are handled by the prosecutor and report back to PDoE and WWF and ensure that all filed court cases are followed through the police and judicial system;
  • Prepare appealing procedure and acts as civil complainant;
  • Give testimony to the court when there is a requested letter from the prosecutor;
  • Fight the court case, if required, by preparing the relevant documents to appeal the case at the higher level;
  • Ensure that formal liaison mechanisms are established and maintained with authorities in the EPL area;
  • Develop a management information systems/database for keeping record of all court cases detected from PPWS and SWS, following up and updating the status of the cases;
  • Train MoE rangers, PDoE staff, and community rangers to improve their understanding on legal terminology, procedures for stopping and arresting suspects and filing court cases and relevant laws, such as the Protected Area Law 2008, relevant Articles of Criminal Law, forests and wildlife crime management;
  • Provide update reports on the court cases to EPL Manager, PDoE Director, and PA Manager on a regular basis; and
  • Attend meetings with EPL Project Teams when necessary.
  1. Qualifications:
Education & Experience
  • Hold a Bachelor’s degree in law and/or a relevant lawyer experience on natural resources management and biodiversity conservation; and
  • Is a professional lawyer with the Board of Cambodia Lawyers.
  • Knowledge on conservation, court system and law enforcement issues in the Greater Mekong Region, especially in Cambodia;
  • Understanding of policy and regulations in related fields.
  • Has at least 3 years of practical experience in advising and/or training in lawyer on biodiversity conservation and protection, or related fields;
  • Extensive experience in dealing with forests and wildlife crimes and on procedure to file the court case; and
  • Experience in working with government line agencies in an advisory and/or training role.
Skills & Abilities:
  • Influencing
  • Presentation and communications skills
  • Networking and interpersonal skills
  • Fluency in written and spoken English and local language is an advantage
  • Proficiency in MS Office
  • Report writing
  • Working well with and contributing effectively to a multicultural team
  • Able to work independently with minimum supervision and travel to remote areas
  • Possesses initiative and stays on task
Adhere to WWF’s values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging. For detailed job description, please visit the Employment page of

How to apply?
Email a cover letter and CV with Salary expectation via email address: with the subject line:  
  1. Information Technology Officer
  2. Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
  3. Field Finance Officer
  4. Lawyer (Part time)

If you have any question, please contact to WWF-Cambodia, #21, Street 322, Sangkat Beng Keng Kang I, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh or call us: 023 218 034 (extension: 118)
Deadline for applications: 28 January 2019

(WWF is an equal opportunity employer and committed to having a diverse workforce.
Disable people and women are strongly encouraged to apply)