The Chief of Party will be responsible for implementing a high-quality, results-oriented counter trafficking-in-persons (CTIP) program in Cambodia that covers the 'four Ps': prevention, protection, prosecution and partnerships. The USAID CTIP program (October 2015-September 2019) is targeting 100 communes in nine provinces of Cambodia by addressing the root causes of human trafficking; strengthening the safety nets that protect survivors; building the capacity of government to prevent, monitor and prosecute trafficking; and leveraging private sector actors to advance counter-trafficking efforts.
The Chief of Party is responsible for overall project management, supervision, administration, and implementation of the program. S/he will establish and maintain systems for project operations; ensure that all agreement deadlines are met and targets are achieved; coordinate and maintain working relationships with project stakeholders (including the Government and private industry stakeholders, subgrantees and/or subcontractors); lead collaborative initiatives with private companies; and oversee the preparation and submission of technical and financial reports.
Master's level degree required in international development, leadership, political science, or a relevant social science discipline.