Tetra Tech

M&E Community Engagement, and Communications Managers

Tetra Tech

Job Description

Tetra Tech International Development (http://www.tetratech.com/intdev) is currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified candidates for potential Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), Inclusion, and Communications positions on an upcoming USAID-funded program in Cambodia, titled Morodok Baitang (formerly Eastern Plains Natural Resource Management Activity).

These potential full-time positions will likely be based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia for the full life of project (anticipated five years). For all positions, working knowledge of English, enthusiasm for frequent travel to field sites, knowledge in MS Office applications, and commitment to gender equity are required. Candidates with primary qualifications and experience in more than one of these areas should indicate their interest in Multiple Positions in their cover letter. Cambodian nationals strongly encouraged to apply.

Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Manager: The successful candidate will possess a minimum of five years of M&E work experience preferably with a USAID-funded organization. Familiarity with performance monitoring systems is essential. Experience with databases, GIS and GPS applications is desirable. A Bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject is required. Familiarity with land and natural resource issues, and with USAID M&E policies and reporting is a distinct advantage.

Community Engagement Manager: The successful candidate will have a minimum of five-years proven experience developing relationships with local stakeholders, including indigenous and non-indigenous communities in Cambodia related to Natural Resource Management, land and/or livelihoods issues. Demonstrated ability to address gender and Social Inclusion in outreach efforts required. A Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences is required.

Communications & Outreach Manager: The successful candidate will have a minimum of five-years work experience in development and implementation of Public Information and education programs, preferably related to Natural Resources. Demonstrable experience in a range of media applicable to informing and educating groups from communities, through general public, to program partners and high officials is required. A Bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject is preferred and familiarity with use of print, radio and live presentation techniques is required. Familiarity with land and natural resources issues, and with USAID “branding” policies is an advantage.**
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