Job Opportunity

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Administrative Officer (1 Position)

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT) is a non-governmental organization, non-profitable, was set up in September 2005 and officially registered with the ministry of interior in December 2006. STT tries to reflect in its work with urban communities. From the outset, STT has had a focus on infrastructure upgrading, but over the past decade, many communities have been impacted by development relating to land alienation and evictions. Because of this, STT has strengthened its research and advocacy to draw attention to a development policy that in Phnom Penh alone has led to 270,000 residents being displaced since 1990. By supporting genuine community complaints and grievances, STT and its partners have been helping communities articulate their concerns to local and international Medias, donors and other NGOs and INGOs. Visit us at www.teangtnaut.org

To support our operations, STT is looking for a qualified :Administrative Officer to join our dynamic team as follows:

Position          :  Administrative Officer (1 position)

Unit                 : Support

Reporting to    : Administration and Human Resource Manager

Hiring            : 1 Position

Starting Date   : 1st July 2024

Location         : Phnom Penh

Schedule        : Full Time (Monday-Friday)

Salary            : Negotiation  

I.      Main responsibilities:

  • Office Operations: Ensure the smooth functioning of meeting rooms and records related to vehicle usage.
  • Procurement Work: Prepare and request quotations from suppliers. Analyse quotes and create purchase orders. Handle payments to suppliers.
  • Stock Control: Manage assets, equipment, and stationery inventory.
  • Expense Management: Prepare monthly payments for utilities (water, electricity, and NSSF). Handle other expenses related to office operations.
  • Additional Responsibilities: Perform any other tasks assigned by the Admin/HR Manager.

II.      Experience and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification
  • Confident experience to challenge, learn, and improve
  • At least two years of work experience relating to administration
  • Ability to use computer Ms. Office and Excel
  • Ability to speak, write and understand English
  • Commitment to work full time and travel to target communities.

III.   How to Apply:

Interested and qualified candidates are required to submit a cover letter and resume (CV) via e-mail to recruitment@teangtnaut.org by June 14th, 2024. Applications that do not indicate the position being applied for will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

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Internship Opportunity: Media Project Intern (1 position) and Land and Housing Rights Project Intern (1 Position)

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT) is a non-governmental organization, non-profitable, was set up in September 2005 and officially registered with the ministry of interior in December 2006. STT tries to reflect in its work with urban communities. From the outset, STT has had a focus on infrastructure upgrading, but over the past decade, many communities have been impacted by development relating to land alienation and evictions. Because of this, STT has strengthened its research and advocacy to draw attention to a development policy that in Phnom Penh alone has led to 270,000 residents being displaced since 1990. By supporting genuine community complaints and grievances, STT and its partners have been helping communities articulate their concerns to local and international Medias, donors, and other NGOs and INGOs.

To support our projects, STT is looking for a qualified project intern to join our dynamic team as following:

Media Project Intern

Unit              : Advocacy and Outreach Program

Job Title       : Media Project Intern

Reporting to  : Project Manager

Hiring          : 1 Position

Schedule       : Full Time (Monday-Friday)

Project Period: 3-6 months

Allowance     : USD 150 per month  and other benefits

Main responsibilities

  • Assist the Community Media and ICT team in organizing community training sessions, community meetings, livestream and other related project activities which are assigned by the Project Manager.
  • Assist the technical team in monitoring networks and digital devices.
  • Assist the IT team with troubleshooting issues and provide technical support
  • Tracking Media and Field visits
  • Perform other tasks assigned by the Project Manager and Project Staff.

Qualification

  • University student or a recent graduate in the field of Computer Science, Information Technology, Media Communication or other related fields,
  • Willing to learn and get experience during internship,
  • Demonstrate a high level of ethical commitment and trustworthiness,
  • Ability to use a computer with applications relevant to the study fields,
  • Understand English for communication,
  • Willing to learn and commit to work full time and can travel to target communities (as required)
  • Be honest, loyalty, friendly, and hard working

Land and Housing Rights Project Intern

Unit              :  Rights to City Program

Job Title       : Land and Housing Rights Project Intern

Reporting to  : Project Manager

Hiring          : 1 Position

Schedule       : Full Time (Monday-Friday)

Project Period: 3-6 months

Allowance     : USD 150 per month  and other benefits

Qualification

  • Undergraduate student or recent graduate with bachelor’s degree in law, social & environmental science, or relevant field
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and familiarity with statistical analysis software preferred
  • Good written and verbal communication skills in English and Khmer
  • Willing to learn and commit to working full-time and can travel to target communities (as required)
  • Honesty, and hard working.

Main responsibilities

  • Collaborate with team in designing and completing monitoring and evaluation
  • Conduct field and desk research, including data collection, analysis, and reporting
  • Participate in training, meeting on data collection tools and analysis methods
  • Conduct surveys and interviews in target communities as assigned
  • Assist with preparing training materials, meeting, and side visit documentations
  • Assist project staff in community mapping
  • Undertake additional tasks as needed by the project manager.

How to apply

Interested candidates should send their CV and cover letters to STT’s Administration and Human Resources through email recruitment@teangtnaut.org, or Address: #21, St472, Toul Tompoung 1, chamkarmon, Phnom Penh Applications that do not indicate the position being applied for will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Closing date: The applicants will not be considered after 5pm on 20 May 2024.

Internship Opportunity: Media Project Intern (1 position) ,Community Empowerment & Networking Project Intern (1 position) and Land and Housing Rights Project Intern (1 position).

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT) is a non-governmental organization, non-profitable, was set up in September 2005 and officially registered with the ministry of interior in December 2006. STT tries to reflect in its work with urban communities. From the outset, STT has had a focus on infrastructure upgrading, but over the past decade, many communities have been impacted by development relating to land alienation and evictions. Because of this, STT has strengthened its research and advocacy to draw attention to a development policy that in Phnom Penh alone has led to 270,000 residents being displaced since 1990. By supporting genuine community complaints and grievances, STT and its partners have been helping communities articulate their concerns to local and international Medias, donors, and other NGOs and INGOs.

To support our projects, STT is looking for a qualified project intern to join our dynamic team as following:

Media Project Intern

Unit              : Advocacy and Outreach Program

Job Title       : Media Project Intern

Reporting to  : Project Manager

Hiring          : 1 Position

Schedule       : Full Time (Monday-Friday)

Project Period: 3-6 months

Allowance     : USD 150 per month  and other benefits

Main responsibilities

  • Assist the Community Media and ICT team in organizing community training sessions, community meetings, livestream and other related project activities which are assigned by the Project Manager.
  • Assist the technical team in monitoring networks and digital devices.
  • Assist the IT team with troubleshooting issues and provide technical support
  • Tracking Media and Field visits
  • Perform other tasks assigned by the Project Manager and Project Staff.

Qualification

  • University student or a recent graduate in the field of Computer Science, Information Technology, Media Communication or other related fields,
  • Willing to learn and get experience during internship,
  • Demonstrate a high level of ethical commitment and trustworthiness,
  • Ability to use a computer with applications relevant to the study fields,
  • Understand English for communication,
  • Willing to learn and commit to work full time and can travel to target communities (as required)
  • Be honest, loyalty, friendly, and hard working

Community Empowerment and Networking Project Intern

Unit              : Advocacy and Outreach Program

Job Title       : Community Empowerment and Networking Project Intern

Reporting to  : Project Manager

Hiring          : 1 Position

Schedule       : Full Time (Monday-Friday)

Project Period: 3-6 months

Allowance     : USD 150 per month  and other benefits

 

Main responsibilities

  • Collaborate with the Project Officers in designing and completing monitoring and evaluation activities for target communities.
  • Conduct field and desk research, including data collection, analysis, and reporting.
  • Participate in training, meeting on data collection tools and analysis methods.
  • Conduct surveys and interviews in target communities as assigned.
  • Develop and manage questionnaires and input data into the designated data management system.
  • Assist with preparing training materials, meeting presentations, and site visit documentation for community engagement.
  • Undertake additional tasks as needed by the Project Manager.

Qualification

  • Undergraduate student or recent graduate with a bachelor’s degree in law, Social & Environmental Science, or a related field.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and familiarity with statistical analysis software preferred.
  • Good written and verbal communication skills in English and Khmer are essential.
  • Demonstrated eagerness to learn new skills, adapt to new tasks, and work collaboratively.
  • Honesty, integrity, and strong work ethic with a commitment to full-time work and travel to target communities.

Land and Housing Rights Project Intern

Unit              :  Rights to City Program

Job Title       : Land and Housing Rights Project Intern

Reporting to  : Project Manager

Hiring          : 1 Position

Schedule       : Full Time (Monday-Friday)

Project Period: 3-6 months

Allowance     : USD 150 per month  and other benefits

Qualification

  • Undergraduate student or recent graduate with bachelor’s degree in law, social & environmental science, or relevant field
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and familiarity with statistical analysis software preferred
  • Good written and verbal communication skills in English and Khmer
  • Willing to learn and commit to working full-time and can travel to target communities (as required)
  • Honesty, and hard working.

Main responsibilities

  • Collaborate with team in designing and completing monitoring and evaluation
  • Conduct field and desk research, including data collection, analysis, and reporting
  • Participate in training, meeting on data collection tools and analysis methods
  • Conduct surveys and interviews in target communities as assigned
  • Assist with preparing training materials, meeting, and side visit documentations
  • Assist project staff in community mapping
  • Undertake additional tasks as needed by the project manager.

How to apply

Interested candidates should send their CV and cover letters to STT’s Administration and Human Resources through email recruitment@teangtnaut.org, or Address: #21, St472, Toul Tompoung 1, chamkarmon, Phnom Penh Applications that do not indicate the position being applied for will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Closing date: The applicants will not be considered after 5pm on 23 April 2024.

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Consultant to Conduct Research on “The Re-classification of Public State Land” Terms of Reference (TOR)

1. Introduction and Background

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut Organization (STT) is located in Phnom Penh. STT was founded in 2005 and officially registered in 2006 as a local NGO supporting urban poor communities. “Teang Tnaut” means “Palm Leaves” and palm leaves are used by poor communities to build roofs, and walls for their houses. This simplistic name was chosen to remind STT that its work serves the poorest members of society. STT started as a small NGO that focused on technical upgrades in poor communities but over the past decade, many communities have been affected by development, land transfers, and evictions. As a result, STT has since grown to produce community maps, research and advocacy in order to achieve its goal of helping poor communities realize their rights to land.  Furthermore, STT also helps urban communities gain awareness of the ID Poor Program. STT’s efforts in Phnom Penh alone have reached 270,000 people. STT and its partners have helped communities express their concerns to national and international media, donors as well as national and international NGOs.

STT is looking to hire an external consultant to conduct research, which will update a study on public state land being handed over to the private sector.

2. Objective

The purpose of this consultancy is to conduct an in-depth research and to examine on how the private sector receives the public state land across Cambodia. The data of research findings will be used as an online database for public users to access and download.

3. Key Research questions:

  • How many plots of land have been granted?
  • What were the process of transferring the state-owned land to other actors?
  • Which actors get the most?

4. Duration and Place of Work

This consultancy will commence as soon as possible and the duration of the contract will be 8 months from the start date. Specific duration will be stated in the service agreement once the consultancy is offered.

5. Consultancy Fee

The consultant will be compensated at a competitive rate.

6. Required qualifications of the Consultant

STT is looking for a consultant with the following qualifications:

  • Degree in relevant subject matter.
  • Extensive knowledge and concrete professional experience of social research.
  • Experience in providing organizational consultancy services on the topics mentioned by STT above.
  • Ability to review and understand about the sub-decree of public land cutting and other legal and policies perspective in Cambodia.
  • Knowledge on mapping
  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and flexibility
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills in English and Khmer is an advantage.

7. How to Apply

Interested candidates should send their tender offers, including CVs, Technical proposal, financial proposal, and examples of relevant previous work via email in pdf format to  STT at the following address: recruitment@teangtnaut.org

Note: Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for discussions and interviews. Female and people with disabilities are encouraged to applied.

Closing date: March 30, 2024 before 5pm

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Consultant to Conduct Research on “The Re-classification of Public State Land” Terms of Reference (TOR)

1. Introduction and Background

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut Organization (STT) is located in Phnom Penh. STT was founded in 2005 and officially registered in 2006 as a local NGO supporting urban poor communities. “Teang Tnaut” means “Palm Leaves” and palm leaves are used by poor communities to build roofs, and walls for their houses. This simplistic name was chosen to remind STT that its work serves the poorest members of society. STT started as a small NGO that focused on technical upgrades in poor communities but over the past decade, many communities have been affected by development, land transfers, and evictions. As a result, STT has since grown to produce community maps, research and advocacy in order to achieve its goal of helping poor communities realize their rights to land.  Furthermore, STT also helps urban communities gain awareness of the ID Poor Program. STT’s efforts in Phnom Penh alone have reached 270,000 people. STT and its partners have helped communities express their concerns to national and international media, donors as well as national and international NGOs.

STT is looking to hire an external consultant to conduct research, which will update a study on public state land being handed over to the private sector.

2. Objective

The purpose of this consultancy is to conduct an in-depth research and to examine on how the private sector receives the public state land across Cambodia. The data of research findings will be used as an online database for public users to access and download.

3. Key Research questions:

  • How many plots of land have been granted?
  • What were the process of transferring the state-owned land to other actors?
  • Which actors get the most?

4. Duration and Place of Work

This consultancy will commence as soon as possible and the duration of the contract will be 8 months from the start date. Specific duration will be stated in the service agreement once the consultancy is offered.

5. Consultancy Fee

The consultant will be compensated at a competitive rate.

6. Required qualifications of the Consultant

STT is looking for a consultant with the following qualifications:

  • Degree in relevant subject matter.
  • Extensive knowledge and concrete professional experience of social research.
  • Experience in providing organizational consultancy services on the topics mentioned by STT above.
  • Ability to review and understand about the sub-decree of public land cutting and other legal and policies perspective in Cambodia.
  • Knowledge on mapping
  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and flexibility
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills in English and Khmer is an advantage.

7. How to Apply

Interested candidates should send their tender offers, including CVs, Technical proposal, financial proposal, and examples of relevant previous work via email in pdf format to  STT at the following address: recruitment@teangtnaut.org

Note: Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for discussions and interviews. Female and people with disabilities are encouraged to applied.

Closing date: February 12, 2024 before 5pm

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Consultant to Produce Advocacy Video Terms of Reference (TOR)

  1. Introduction and Background

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT) a Cambodian land and housing right NGO and located in Phnom Penh. STT was founded in 2005 and officially registered in 2006 as a local NGO supporting urban poor communities. “Teang Tnaut” means “Palm Leaves” and palm leaves are used by poor communities, to build rooves, and walls for their houses. This simplistic name was chosen to forever remind STT that its work serves the poorest members of society. STT started as a small NGO that focused on technical upgrades in poor communities but over the past decade, many communities have been affected by development, land transfers, and evictions. As a result, STT has since grown to produce community maps, research and advocacy in order to achieve its goal of helping poor communities realize their rights to land and housing and awareness contain accurate information on ID Poor program. STT’s efforts in Phnom Penh alone have reached 270,000 people. STT and its partners have helped communities express their concerns to national and international media, donors as well as national and international NGOs.

STT is looking for an external consultant to produce an advocacy video which will be used as good practice and raised awareness on urban related issues including land and housing rights.

  1. Objective

To produce an advocacy video that features key successes and lessons learned related to land and housing rights.

  1. Methods and Tools
  • Consultant will produce one advocacy video that documents about success and key lessons leaned
  • The concept of the videos will either be provided by STT or proposed by the consultant
  • Stories, photos, videos, images, audio, infographics, and other materials related to the process of producing the video will be developed by the consultant
  • The consultant must guarantee that the videos produced will not be copyrighted
  • The full work plan and timeline will be developed by the consultant and approved by the STT team before the commencement of work
  • Travel to communities to collect media material
  • Perform appropriate short interviews with partners, community members, and other stakeholders.
  1. Expected Outcome and Deliverable
  • A final script of video before the commencement of work. The duration of the video will not exceed 10 minutes.
  • Narration, translation, and subtitles in English.
  • Original photos, videos, images, audio, and infographics which will be used in the video.
  • One advocacy video of high quality and resolution.
  1. Support team from STT

The consultant will work closely with the Housing Rights Project Managers, Program Manager, Admin and Human Resource Manager, relevant project managers, and other staff to facilitate this consultancy.

  1. Duration and Place of Work

This consultancy will commence as soon as possible, and the duration of the contract will be one and a half months from the start date. Specific duration will be stated in the service agreement once the consultancy is offered.

  1. Consultancy Fee

This consultancy fee is at a competitive rate.

  1. Required qualifications of the Consultant

STT is looking for a consultant with the following qualifications:

  • Experience in producing advocacy videos for NGOs, the private sector or the government;
  • Exceptional photography and videography skills;
  • Excellent photo and video editing skills;
  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and flexibility;
  • Highly effective team player;
  • Good communication skills;
  • Khmer speaker is an advantage.
  1. How to Apply

Interested candidates should send their application including CV highlighting relevant experience, technical proposal, proposed budget, and sample work to STT’s Administration and Human Resources through email, recruitment@teangtnaut.org cc Mr. Seang Muoylay at muoylay@teangtnaut.org

Note: Only shortlisted applicant (s) will be contacted for discussions and interviews.

Closing date:

The applicants will not be considered after 5pm on January 10th, 2024.

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Administration and Procurement Officer and Administrative Assistant.

Position          : Administration and Procurement Officer (1 position)

Unit                 : Support

Reporting to     : Admin and Human Resource Manager

Hiring             : 1 Position

Starting Date    : 1st November 2023

Schedule         : Full Time (Monday-Friday)

Salary             : Negotiation

Main responsibilities, Tasks and Activities:
  • Procurement:
  • Develop, update, and monitor the STT procurement plan in close collaboration with the STT managers.
  • Determine the procurement methods for works, goods, and services to be used based on the size of the procurement packages.
  • Manage and procure the whole process of STT’s procurements.
  • Establish and maintain a filling and documentation system for procurement implementation by the STT.
  • Assist in procurement by seeking quotations.
  • Follow up on any materials lent by staff but not yet returned, and report to the manager.
  • Ensuring that invoices received reconciliation to purchase orders and creating and matching receipts to purchase orders.
  • Liaise with internal and external stakeholders to ensure smooth operations of admin and procurement.
  • Monitor and update relevant stakeholders regarding price fluctuations of goods and vendor pricing etc.,
  • Administration:
  • Ensure asset and inventory are effectively managed and controlled.
  • Assist and work with auditor on the audit of Fix Assets
  • Assist in the management of office premises to ensure an efficient, safe, and secure environment and facilities for all users.
  • Processed purchase orders to acquire goods/services.
  • Ensure assets such as office building, fixture and furniture, equipment, vehicles etc., are well-secured and well-maintained.
  • Other tasks will be assigned by Admin/HR Manager

Experience and Qualifications:

  • At least two years of work experience relating to Procurement and administration, or other related fields.
  • Additional professional training in procurement and logistics management preferred.
  • Demonstrated experience in procurement operations and others for rule and regulations, project administration and follow-up and contract management.
  • Ability to use computer Ms. Office and Excel
  • Ability to speak, write and understand English.
  • Willingness to travel to the field office occasionally.

Position          Administrative Assistant (1 position)

Hiring             : 1 Position

Starting Date    : 1st November 2023

Unit                 : Support

Reporting to     : Admin and Human Resource Manager

Schedule         : Full Time (Monday-Friday)

Salary             : Negotiation

Main responsibilities, Tasks and Activities:
  • Check and ensure that office and meeting room are cleaned and tidy.
  • Track staff attendance every 8am
  • Control vehicle records and check their irregularity.
  • Check and organize meeting room.
  • Prepare payment for utilities, internet, office rental and other expenses.
  • Assist in procurement by seeking quotation and make quote analysis.
  • Record all staff leaves.
  • Follow up any materials lent by staff but not yet returned, and report to Manager.
  • Regularly check post office
  • Check the transportation documents or receipts to ensure effectiveness.
  • Provide translation support (Khmer to English) if need.
  • Other tasks will be assigned by Admin/HR Manager

Experience and Qualifications:

  • At least two years of work experience relating to administration and finance, or other related fields.
  • Ability to use computer Ms. Office and Excel
  • Ability to speak, write and understand English.
  • Commitment to work full time and travel to target communities.

How to Apply:

Interested and qualified candidates are required to submit a cover letter and resume (CV) via e-mail to recruitment@teangtnaut.org or to STT’s address provided below by October 17, 2023. Applications that do not indicate the position being applied for will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

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Consultant to Conduct the Research on Land Security of Urban Poor Communities: Challenges and Solutions Terms of Reference.

  1. Introduction and Background

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut Organization (STT) is located in Phnom Penh. STT was founded in 2005 and officially registered in 2006 as a local NGO supporting urban poor communities. “Teang Tnaut” means “Palm Leaves” and palm leaves are used by poor communities to build roofs and walls for their houses. This simplistic name was chosen to remind STT that its work serves the poorest members of society. STT started as a small NGO that focused on technical upgrades in poor communities, but over the past decade, many communities have been affected by development, land transfers, and evictions. As a result, STT has since grown to produce community maps, research and advocacy in order to achieve its goal of helping poor communities realize their rights to land. Furthermore, STT also helps urban communities gain awareness of the ID Poor Program. STT’s efforts in Phnom Penh alone have reached 270,000 people. STT and its partners have helped communities express their concerns to national and international media, donors as well as national and international NGOs.

STT is looking to hire an external consultant to conduct comprehensive research on Land Security of Urban Poor Communities: Challenges and Solutions. The research will cover 11 urban poor communities in Phnom Penh.

  1. Objective

The purpose of this consultancy is to conduct one comprehensive research to find urban poor communities’ land issues followed by an analysis covering existing national and international laws, policies, and other legal documents to get possible solutions relating to land and housing rights issues. The research will consist of 11 case studies.

specific objectives

  • To be aware of the urban poor communities’ understanding of land tenure.
  • To analyze the land tenure circumstances of urban poor communities.
  • To limit the land tenure issue and provide recommendations to local authorities and the government.
  1. Methods and Activities

The consultant will work at times remotely as appropriate throughout the consultancy, which is expected to be three months. When working from STT’s premises, STT will offer office space and facilities, including a Wi-Fi connection. The consultant is expected to use certain methodologies as stated below:

  • Develop a research methodology in collaboration with STT and partners to respond accurately to the objectives of the research.
  • Conduct field visits, interviews, surveys, desk research, case study, adding quotes in the article, and corporate data collection.
  • Set up focus group discussions with urban poor communities to discuss their situation and recommendations they may have.
  • Organize meetings with STT staff on a regular basis to make sure all research, data collection, and surveys are undertaken using ethical means and accurate data.
  1. Expected Outcome and Deliverable

The consultant(s) will submit to STT:

  • Before the commencement of work, the consultant is required to submit a final proposal including a proposed methodology, a timeframe, and a budget to STT.
  • Submission of a draft report.
  • Verbal presentations on the progress of the report as appropriate.
  • Submission of the final report and presentation to relevant staff and stakeholders.
  • Submission of the relevant data in a format agreed with STT.
  1. Support Team from STT

The consultant will work closely with Research and Documentation Project Manager, Rights to the City Program Manager, Human Resource and Admin Manager, and relevant project managers and staff to facilitate this consultancy. Key contacts are as follows:

N0 Name Position  
1 Mrs. Korm Chanraksmey Research and Documentary Project Manager research@teangtnaut.org
2 Mr. Seang Muoylay Rights to the City Program Manager muoylay@teangtnaut.org
3 Mr. Suos Sopheap Human Resource & Admin Manager hradmin@teangtnaut.org

 

  1. Duration and Place of Work

This consultancy will commence as soon as possible, and the duration of the contract will be three months, from the start date. Specific duration will be stated in the service agreement once the consultancy is offered.

  1. Consultancy Fee

The consultant will be compensated at a competitive rate with a maximum of 8,000.00 US Dollars.

  1. Required qualifications of the Consultant

STT is looking for a consultant with the following qualifications:

  • Experience in a relevant field
  • Extensive knowledge of land laws, law on appropriation and relevant laws on land in Cambodian
  • Extensive knowledge of international laws, treaty, and conventions related to land and
    housing rights
  • Extensive capacity for analysing communities’ settlement in line with national laws
    and international laws
  • Thorough knowledge of using Excel and/or SPSS for data analysis
  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and flexibility
  • Khmer speaker and/or English is an advantage
  1. How to Apply

Interested candidates should send their application including: CV highlighting relevant experience, and a proposal to STT through email recruitment@teangtnaut.org. Note: Only shortlisted applicant (s) will be contacted for discussions and interviews.

Closing date: 29 September 2023

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Consultancy for writing articles on social injustice, urban development, and environmental issues Terms of Reference

  1. Introduction and Background

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut Organization (STT) is located in Phnom Penh. STT was founded in 2005 and officially registered in 2006 as a local NGO supporting urban poor communities. “Teang Tnaut” means “Palm Leaves” and palm leaves are used by poor communities to build roofs and walls for their houses. This simplistic name was chosen to remind STT that its work serves the poorest members of society. STT started as a small NGO that focused on technical upgrades in poor communities, but over the past decade, many communities have been affected by development, land transfers, and evictions. As a result, STT has since grown to produce community maps, research, and advocacy in order to achieve its goal of helping poor communities realize their rights to land. Furthermore, STT also helps urban communities gain awareness of the ID Poor Program. STT’s efforts in Phnom Penh alone have reached 270,000 people so far. STT and its partners have helped communities express their concerns to national and international media, donors as well as national and international NGOs.

STT is looking to hire an external consultant(s) to write short persuasive or Investigative articles on social injustice, urban development, financial malpractice, and environmental issues in Cambodia until the end of 2023. The consultant(s) can be an individual or a team.

  1. Objective

The purpose of this consultancy is to write 12 articles related to the social injustice, urban development, financial malpractice, and environmental issues in Phnom Penh.

  1. Methods and Activities

The consultant(s) will work at STT’s offices and at times remotely as appropriate throughout the consultancy, which is expected to last produce three articles per months. When working from STT’s premises, STT will offer office space and facilities, including a Wi-Fi connection. The consultant is expected to use certain methodologies as stated below:

  • Develop a research methodology in collaboration with STT and partners to respond accurately to the objectives of the research.
  • Conduct literature reviews on existing studies and papers on the research topics.
  • Conduct field visits, interviews, surveys, desk research, case study, adding quotes in the article, and corporate data collection.
  • Conduct in-depth interviews with members of the private sector, the government, journalists, and experts – if needed.
  1. Expected Outcome and Deliverable

The consultant(s) will submit to STT

  • A final proposal including proposed methodology, work plan, and budget prior to the commencement of work. Draft title of articles to be reviewed by STT before the submission of the final version.
  • Completed the final version of 12 articles (Around 600 words to 1500 words per article) in Khmer and English.
  1. Support team from STT

The consultant(s) will work closely with the Rights to the City Program Manager (RCPM), Research and Documentary Project Manager (RDPM), Human Resource and Admin Manager (HRAM), and relevant project managers and staff to facilitate this consultancy. Key contacts are as follows:

N0 Name Position  
1 Mr. Seang Muoylay Rights to the City Program Manager muoylay@teangtnaut.org
2 Mr. Suos Sopheap Human Resource & Admin Manager hradmin@teangtnaut.org
3 Mrs. Korm Chanraksmey Research and Documentary Project Manager research@teangtnaut.org

 

  1. Duration and Place of Work

This consultancy will commence as soon as possible, and the duration of the contract will be 3 months per 12 articles. Specific duration will be stated in the service agreement once the consultancy is offered.

  1. Consultancy Fee

The consultant will be compensated at a competitive rate with a maximum of 3,000.00 US Dollars.

  1. Required qualifications of the Consultant(s)

STT is looking for consultant(s) with the following qualifications:

  • Experience in producing advocacy reports for advocacy purposes;
  • Exceptional English writing skills;
  • Understanding of the Cambodian legal and economic landscapes;
  • Experience in investigative journalism is a plus;
  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and flexibility;
  • Highly effective team player;
  • Good communication skills;
  • Khmer speaker is an advantage.
  1. How to Apply

Interested candidates should send their application including: CV highlighting relevant experience, a proposal, budget, and sample work to STT’s Administration and Human Resources through email recruitment@teangtnaut.org. Note: Only shortlisted applicant (s) will be contacted for discussions and interviews.

Closing date: 08 September 2023

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Consultant to produce song on the Livelihood of Urban Poor and Vulnerable Communities in Cambodia Terms of Reference

  1. Introduction and Background

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut Organization (STT) is located in Phnom Penh. STT was founded in 2005 and officially registered in 2006 as a local NGO supporting urban poor communities. “Teang Tnaut” means “Palm Leaves” and palm leaves are used by poor communities to build roofs and walls for their houses. This simplistic name was chosen to remind STT that its work serves the poorest members of society. STT started as a small NGO that focused on technical upgrades in poor communities, but over the past decade, many communities have been affected by development, land transfers, and evictions. As a result, STT has since grown to produce community maps, research and advocacy in order to achieve its goal of helping poor communities realize their rights to land. Furthermore, STT also helps urban communities gain awareness of the ID Poor Program. STT’s efforts in Phnom Penh alone have reached more than 270,000 people so far.       STT and its partners have helped communities express their concerns to national and international media, academics, as well as national and international NGOs.

STT is looking to hire a consultant, (a music artist or a team of music artists,) to write and produce two songs of those songs about social injustice in Cambodia related to urban development– to shine more light on issues such as housing rights, the environment, eviction and foreign-funded development projects, which are causing the relocation of many poor families and communities.

  1. Objective

The purpose of this project is to produce two songs that would encourage young people to engage more with the development of their city. Two songs will be used for advocacy purposes to encourage young people to engage with issues relevant to them and their future.

  1. Methods and Tools
  • Consultant will produce two songs
  • The concept of the song will either be provided by STT or proposed by the consultant/ artist(s)
  • The consultant(s) must guarantee that the song produced will not be copyrighted
  • The full work plan and timeline will be developed by the consultant(s) and approved by the STT team before the commencement of work
  • Short interviews with partners, community members, and other stakeholders may be needed to develop the song’s concepts and its lyrics
  1. Expected Outcome and Deliverable

The consultant will submit to STT:

  • The duration of the song will not exceed 5 minutes.
  • Original Photos, Two songs script, Footage, and the audio of this songs.
  1. Support team from STT

The consultant will work closely with the Rights to the City Program Manager (RCPM), Research and Documentary Project Manager (RDPM), Administration and Human Resource Manager (AHRM), and relevant project managers and staff to facilitate this consultancy. Key contacts are as follows:

N0 Name Position  
1 Mr. Seang Muoylay Rights to the City Program Manager muoylay@teangtnaut.org
2 Mr. Suos Sopheap Administration and Human Resource Manager hradmin@teangtnaut.org
3 Mrs. Korm Chanraksmey Research and Documentary Project Manager research@teangtnaut.org

 

  1. Duration and Place of Work

This consultancy will commence as soon as possible, and the duration of the contract will be 2 months from the start date. Specific duration will be stated in the service agreement once the consultancy is offered.

  1. Consultancy Fee

The consultant will be compensated at a competitive rate with a maximum of 2,500.00 US Dollars.

  1. Required qualifications of the Consultant

STT is looking for a consultant with the following qualifications:

  • Experience in producing music, and an interest in political matters;
  • Good photography and videography skills;
  • Excellent photo and video editing skills;
  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and flexibility;
  • Highly effective team player;
  • Good communication skills;
  • Khmer speaker is an advantage.
  1. How to Apply

Interested candidates should send their application including: CV highlighting relevant experience, a budget and sample work to STT’s Administration and Human Resources through email recruitment@teangtnaut.org. Note: Only shortlisted applicant (s) will be contacted for discussions and interviews.

Closing date: 8 September 2023

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Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT) Graphic Designer to Design Report Templates and Produced Report Template Guidelines for STT in 2023 Terms of Reference (TOR)

  1. Introduction and Background

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut is an urban and housing rights NGO that was founded in 2006, and whose work focuses on Phnom Penh’s urban poor communities. STT aims to support the urban poor through land law trainings, advocacy, and research. The research team produces many reports every year, that are used as advocacy material, but also used by other NGOs, academics, and government stakeholders. In light of this, STT is looking to hire an external graphic designer to design report templates and produced report template guidelines for STT in 2023.

  1. Objective

The purpose of this consultancy is to two reports design, design report templates, and produce a guideline for STT’s report layout. The guideline will serve as the foundation for designing STT’s future reports. The guideline will contain design templates to be followed when STT publishes reports, such as color codes, correct logos, different types of fonts, and other design and aesthetic elements.

  1. Methods and Activities
  • Conduct a needs assessment: The consultant should begin by conducting a needs assessment to determine the specific requirements of STT’s research team. This could involve interviewing team members, reviewing existing reports, and identifying any gaps or areas for improvement.
  • Develop a report framework: Based on the needs assessment, the consultant should develop a framework for creating reports that meets STT’s requirements. This could include guidelines for structuring reports, formatting recommendations, and best practices for presenting data.
  • Create report templates: To ensure consistency across all reports, the consultant should create templates that can be used by STT’s research team. These templates should include sections for executive summaries, methodology, results, and conclusions.
  • Provide training: Once the guideline is complete, the consultant should provide training to STT’s research team on how to use it effectively. This could involve workshops or one-on-one coaching sessions.
  • Review and revise: The consultant should review and revise the guideline as needed based on feedback from STT’s research team. This will ensure that it remains relevant and useful over time.
  • Finalize the guideline: Once all revisions have been made, the consultant should finalize the manual and deliver it to STT’s research team in a format that is easy to use and understand.
  1. Expected Outcomes and Deliverables
  • Before commencement of work, the consultant is required to submit a short proposal outlining previous work, and a brief outline of methodology.
  • If selected, the consultant will provide a proposed methodology, a clear work plan, a timeframe, and a budget to STT.
  • Create a guideline for STT report design.
  • Create three templates: facts and figures report, young researcher report, and one for annual reports.
  • Design/layout two reports: one based on the young researcher report template and one based on the facts and figures template.
  • Present and train STT’s staff on how to use and update the report templates.
  1. Support Team from STT

The consultant will work closely with the Research Team, and program managers. Key contacts are as follows:

N0 Name Position Email Address 
1 Mrs. Korm Chanraksmey Research and Documentation Project Manager research@teangtnaut.org  
2 Mr. Seang Muoylay Rights to the City Program Manager muoylay@teangtnaut.org  
3 Mrs. Park Sotheary Research Advisor advisor1@teangtnaut.org

 

  1. Duration and Place of Work

This consultancy will commence as soon as possible and the duration of the contract will be starting from 01 September until 30 September 2023. Specific duration will be stated in the service agreement once the consultancy is offered.

  1. Consultancy Fee

The consultant will be compensated at a competitive rate of 1,600 USD.

  1. Required qualifications of the Consultant

STT is looking for a consultant with the following qualifications:

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field.
  • Extensive knowledge and concrete professional experience in designing research report
  • Knowledge of design software such as Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop.
  • Knowledge of typography and layout design.
  • Ability to create visually appealing designs.
  • Ability to work with different types of software.
  • Ability to create templates that are compatible with different systems.
  • Three or more years of experience in providing organizational consultancy services on the topics mentioned by STT above/ and or in graphic design.
  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and flexibility
  • Being a Khmer speaker is a necessity.
  1. How to Apply

Interested candidates should send their application including: CV highlighting relevant experience, a budget or quotation as annex 01 and sample work to STT’s Administration and Human Resources through email recruitment@teangtnaut.org. Note: Only shortlisted applicant (s) will be contacted for discussions and interviews.

Closing date: 15 Aug, 2023

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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Research Officer and Project Intern

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT) is a non-governmental organization, non-profitable, was set up in September 2005 and officially registered with the ministry of interior in December 2006. STT tries to reflect in its work with urban communities. From the outset, STT has had a focus on infrastructure upgrading, but over the past decade, many communities have been impacted by development relating to land alienation and evictions. Because of this, STT has strengthened its research and advocacy to draw attention to a development policy that in Phnom Penh alone has led to 270,000 residents being displaced since 1990. By supporting genuine community complaints and grievances, STT and its partners have been helping communities articulate their concerns to local and international Medias, donors and other NGOs and INGOs. Visit us at www.teangtnaut.org

 

To support our projects, STT is looking for a qualified Research Officer to join our dynamic team as following:

Research Officer

Unit                         : Rights to the City Program

Reporting to         : Research and Documentation Project Manager

Hiring                      : 1 Position

Starting Date        : 15 August 2023

Schedule               : Full Time (Monday-Friday)

Gross Salary         : USD 420 – USD 550

Responsibilities:

  1. Research: Under the supervision of the Project Manager undertake specific activities as follows:
    • Community Surveys: To participate in designing and complete surveys of target communities working with STT staff and assisting collaboration with communities.
    • Beneficiary interviews: To prepare questionnaires and conduct interviews with project stakeholders.
    • Data analysis: To collate and support the analysis of data collected through surveys, interviews and other means
    • Report writing: To write comprehensive research reports on a number of topics related to urban issues
  1. Project Innovation: To keep abreast of technical developments in project fields and to maintain an overview of the social and political climates affecting contact communities.
  2. Other Projects and Tasks: To assist other project staff and other additional tasks as required by the other Managers and or Management Committee

Experience and Qualifications:

  • At least two-year work experience relating to research, urban developments, social works, environmental science, or other related fields.
  • Ability to use computer Ms. Office.
  • Ability to speak, write and understand English
  • Commitment to work full time and travel to target communities.

Community Empowerment Project Intern

 Reporting to          : Project Manager

Schedule                 : Full Time

Project Period       : 3- 6 months

Allowance               : USD 150 per month

Main responsibilities

  • Assist the Community Empowerment project team to organize community training sessions, community meetings, and other related project activities which the Project Manager assigns.
  • Assist team to monitor target communities, and travel to the field visit of target communities.
  • Perform other tasks assigned by Project Manager.

 

Qualification

  • Is studying in year 3 or 4 in law, Land Management, Development Studies, Human Rights, or in a related field.
  • Willing to learn and commit to working full/part-time.
  • Can use a computer application relevant to the study fields.
  • Understanding of English communication
  • Can travel to target communities and province (as required)
  • Be honest, loyalty, friendly, and hard working.

 

What support will STT provide?

  1. A monthly allowance will be provided.
  2. An opportunity to gain work experience for fresh graduates and university students.
  3. Interns can apply what they have learned to specific projects.
  4. Interns can learn and understand STT’s projects and social work.
  5. Work experience within an office and urban poor communities
  6. The development of ideas through learning by doing

How will STT support the intern?

  • Training and support
  • Desk and computer with internet access available
  • Documents for learning and research available
  • Work experience in an office environment and working with urban poor communities.

How to Apply:

Interested and qualified candidates are required to submit a cover letter and resume (CV) via e-mail to recruitment@teangtnaut.org or to STT’s address provided below by July 21, 2023. Applications which do not indicate the position being applied for will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Name    : Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT)
Contact No.        : 023 431 555
Website               : www.teangtnaut.org
Address               : #7, Street 494, Sangkat Phsar Deurm Thkov, Khan Chamkamorn, Phnom Penh

Closing date: June 21th, 2023 before 5pm.

Enumerator to Promote House Renting App to Landlord (Part-time Opportunity)

  1. Introduction and Background

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT) is located in Phnom Penh. STT was founded in 2005 and officially registered in 2006 as a local NGO supporting urban poor communities. “Teang Tnaut” means “Palm Leaves” and palm leaves are used by poor communities to build roofs and walls for their houses. This simplistic name was chosen to forever remind STT that its work serves the poorest members of society. STT started as a small NGO that focused on technical upgrades in poor communities but over the past decade, many communities have been affected by development, land transfers, and evictions. As a result, STT has since grown to produce community maps, research and advocacy in order to achieve its goal of helping poor communities realize their rights to land and housing and raising awareness on the ID Poor program. STT’s efforts in Phnom Penh alone have reached 270,000 people. STT and its partners have helped communities express their concerns to national and international media, donors as well as national and international NGOs.

STT is looking for 12 external enumerators who can introduce the Safe House Renting Application to landlords and encourage them to register on the App.

  1. Objective

To introduce the Rental App to the landlords and request them to register on the App.

  1. Expected Outcome and Deliverable
  • Enumerators will visit the landlords in Phnom Penh and introduce them to the app.
  • Landlord properties will be uploaded to the Safe House Renting App which includes information of their properties and property pictures.
  • Enumerator must guarantee that landlord has completed all options in the app application.
  1. Support team from STT
  • STT will provide promotional material to enumerators for giving to landlords who register such as t-shirt, tote bag, bottle, leaflet, and logo sticker.
  • Enumerator will also get orientation from project staff about Safe House Renting App.
  1. Required qualifications of the Enumerator

STT is looking for enumerators with the following qualifications:

  • Experience in field data collecting or marketing for at least 1 year.
  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and flexibility.
  • Highly effective team player.
  • Good communication skills.
  1. Duration and Place of Work

The time of working are flexible and based on results.

  1. Service Fee

The enumerator fee is up to $4.50 per property registration, including tax and transportation cost during field work.

  1. How to Apply

Interested candidates should send their application and CV highlighting relevant experience and cover letter to STT’s Administration and Human Resources through email:  recruitment@teangtnaut.org

Note: Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for discussions and interviews.

Closing date: June 21, 2023, before 5pm.

 

Call for Grant Applications Research/Studies   on Human Rights and the Environment 

1. Introduction 

Sahmakum Teangtnaut (STT) is located in Phnom Penh. STT was founded in 2005 and officially registered in 2006 as a local NGO supporting urban poor communities. “Teang Tnaut” means “palm leave” and palm leaves are used by poor communities to build roofs, and walls for their houses. This is simplistic name was chosen to forever remind STT that its work serves the poorest number of societies. STT started as a small NGO that focused on technical upgrades in poor communities but over the past decade, many communities have been affected by development, eviction, and relocation. As a result, STT has since grown to produce community maps, and research advocacy in order to achieve its goals of helping poor communities realize their rights to land and housing. STT efforts in Phnom Penh alone have reached 270,000 people. STT and its partners have helped communities express their concerns to national and international media donors as well as national and international NGOs.   

2. Background 

Development is increasing at an unprecedented rate, in Phnom Penh, leading to long-lasting environmental and social impacts. Wasteful and unsustainable housing for the rich, which is routinely undertaken prior to conducting comprehensive environmental and social impact assessments, is undermining the enjoyment of decent housing for the urban poor and contributing to the current climate crisis. 

Cambodia comprises the largest youth and adolescent population in the South East Asian region. The involvement of young people in social and environmental development issues has been observed via social media and in groups throughout Phnom Penh. As a result, the youth are critical players in the building and strengthening public outreach and awareness on urban and environmental issues in Phnom Penh, and manifest great potential to drive economic and social development. 

We are interested in original research proposals analyzing one of the topics below, from a human rights and environmental perspective:
– Poverty and Human Rights
– Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Women’s Rights
Environment and Human Rights
Environment and sustainability
Trash in Phnom Penh
Flooding in Phnom Penh
Good governance of communal development plans in the urban poor community
Economic of urban poor in Phnom Penh
Other topics related to Environment and Human rights 

3. Purpose

This project will aim to build the capacity of groups who are generally not given a voice, such as the members of the urban poor and the youth so that they are able to raise their concerns to people outside the community to know their problems and could find the solutions as soon as possible, and one more thing, we want community members or youths  could make the report/ research paper as their advocacy tools to make their activities in the community more strangers.  

4. Sahmakum Teang Tnaut will be Offers:

– Research grant: 800 USD to conduct individual research​ or group research.
– Technical support and monitoring during the research. 
– Opportunity to be supported by STT to disseminate the paper via a soft launch on STT’s website.
 

5. Eligibility

Applicants are to meet the following criteria: 

– Be nationals of Cambodia
– Community members or youths from poor communities
Applicants must have reached at least year two of a relevant university bachelor program, or be 
– P
ursuing a graduate degree
– A candidate has the right to research only one topic 

6. Deliverables expected from the researchers

The researchers are expected to join the various training and meetings organized by STT and produce the following deliverables. 

7. Timeline 

No.  Activity  Date 
1  Announcement   08 to 20 February 2023 
2  Orientation Meeting   23 February 2023 
3  Submitting Application  28 February 2023 
4  Shortlist candidates and Interview candidates  01- 03 March 2023 
5  Inform successor candidates   06 March 2023 
6  First meeting and signing agreement   09 March 2023 
7  Providing technical support by STT   13 – 15 March 2023 
8  First Draft submission   3 April 2023 
9  STT gives the feedback comments   17 April 2023 
10  Second submission   20 May 2023 
11  STT gives the feedback comments   4 June 2023 
12  Final Paper submission   19 June 2023 
13  Reflection meeting with all grantees   3 July 2023 

 8. How to apply 

The interested candidate could register at https://forms.office.com/r/QRAJ52dST4

Apply before 20 February 2023. 

 

 

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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT:Advocacy and Campaign Officer, Housing Rights Project Officer, Community Empowerment Project Officer and Project Intern

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT) is a non-governmental organization, non-profitable, was set up in September 2005 and officially registered with the ministry of interior in December 2006. STT tries to reflect in its work with urban communities. From the outset, STT has had a focus on infrastructure upgrading, but over the past decade, many communities have been impacted by development relating to land alienation and evictions. Because of this, STT has strengthened its research and advocacy to draw attention to a development policy that in Phnom Penh alone has led to 270,000 residents being displaced since 1990. By supporting genuine community complaints and grievances, STT and its partners have been helping communities articulate their concerns to local and international Medias, donors and other NGOs and INGOs. Visit us at www.teangtnaut.org

To support our projects, STT is looking for qualified candidates to join our dynamic team for the following positions:

*Advocacy and Campaign Officer

Position          : Advocacy and Campaign Officer
Unit                 : Program staff
Reporting to     : Research and Documentation Project Manager
Hiring             : 1 Position
Starting Date     : 1st February 2023
Schedule          : Full Time (Monday-Friday)
Salary              : Negotiation            

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Advocacy and Campaign:
    – Take lead and implement advocacy actions and campaigns under STT’s advocacy plan
    – Manage external relationship, participate and facilitate with partner NGOs to organize events and campaign
    – Coordinate advocacy material and content productions based on STT’s existing resources and campaigns
    – Develop communications materials for the campaigns including social media, media releases, submissions, etc
  2. Field Monitoring:
    – Monitor on community advocacy events, NGOs advocacy, or similar events
    – Research, documentation and reporting on cases of Land and Housing Rights violation.
    – To link STT to the land and housing rights issues at community level by making frequent visits to key areas (such as communities under threat of eviction, or relocation sites) and report/document the situation.
    – To assist Community Project team in promoting the work of STT within urban poor communities.
  3. Project Innovation: To keep abreast of technical developments in project fields and to maintain an overview of the social and political climates affecting contact communities. In particular to focus on communities facing eviction and general urban developments, and options for research-based advocacy responses.
  4. Other Project and Tasks: To assist other project tasks and other additional tasks as requested by other Managers and/or Management Committee.

Qualifications:

– At least Bachelor’s degree in related fields such as law, social science, community development, or other related fields.
– At least two years of work experience relating to advocacy activities
– Strong interest in working with non-profit organizations
– Good communication and networking skills with a range of stakeholders including communities, representatives of other NGOs and colleagues in both Khmer and English.
– An enthusiastic attitude towards work and a willingness to be involved in organizational activities.
– Demonstrated highly developed interpersonal, oral and written communication skills in English, including the ability to effectively negotiate and communicate specific issues where there are competing agendas and priorities.

*Housing Rights Project Officer

Position          : Housing Rights Project Officer
Unit                 : Rights to the City Program
Reporting to     : Housing Rights Project Manager
Hiring             : 1 Position
Starting Date     : 1st February 2023
Schedule          : Full Time (Monday-Friday)
Salary              : Negotiation                                       

Responsibilities:

  1. Project Management: Assist the Project Manager in project management in terms of project planning, organizing, leading, monitoring and evaluation.
  2. Project Implementation: Under the supervision of the Project Manager, undertake specific activities including:
    Community monitoring: To monitor target communities’ events and other cases of land conflict.
    Community Profiling: To write and produce a profile of the community and another report on the land conflict
    Community Survey: To participate in designing and completing surveys of target communities working with STT staff and assist collaboration with communities and local authorities
    Legal Analysis: To collect and analyze data collected through surveys, interviews, and other means and support to write legal advice sheet with exiting template
    Workshop, Training, Meeting, Exhibition: To involve, assist, and organizes any pieces of training, meetings, and workshops in relation to project implementation under the instruction of the Project Manager.
    Facebook Livestream: To organize and facilitate livestream for promotion freedom of expression to enhance good governance, human rights, and democracy in Cambodia.
  3. Project Innovation: To keep abreast of technical development in project fields and to maintain an overview of the social and political climates affecting contact communities.
  4. Other Project and Tasks: To assist other project tasks and other additional tasks as required by other Managers and/or Management Committee.

Qualifications:

– At least Bachelor’s degree in related fields such as law, social science, community development, or other related fields.
– At least two years of work experience relating to fields.
– Strong interest in working with non-profit organizations
– Good communication and networking skills with a range of stakeholders including communities, representatives of other NGOs and colleagues in both Khmer and English.
– An enthusiastic attitude towards work and a willingness to be involved in organizational activities.
– Demonstrated highly developed interpersonal, oral and written communication skills in English, including the ability to effectively negotiate and communicate specific issues where there are competing agendas and priorities.

*Community Empowerment Project Officer

Position          : Community Empwerment Project Officer
Unit                 : Land and Housing Right Program
Reporting to     : Community Empowerment Project Manager
Hiring             : 1 Position
Starting Date     : 1st February 2023
Schedule          : Full Time (Monday-Friday)
Salary              : Negotiation                            

Responsibilities:

  1. Project Management: Assist the Project Manager in project management in terms of project planning, organizing, leading, monitoring and evaluation.
  2. Project Implementation: Under the supervision of the Project Manager, undertake specific activities including:
    Community monitoring: To link STT to the land and housing rights issues at community level by making frequent visits to key areas (such as communities under threat of eviction, or relocation sites) and report/document the situation. To assist Community Project team in promoting the work of STT within urban poor communities.
    Network and meeting support: To assist community-based networks in providing support, information, and linkages to other civil society groups. To attend and support informal and formal meetings at community level. To assist the Manager to organise exchange visits between and trainings for communities.
    NGO/Government meetings: To attend and report on NGO and Government meetings related to housing rights in Phnom Penh, in particular the Housing Rights Task Force (HRTF) and the Resettlement Action Network (RAN) meetings, in coordination with the Project team. To provide input when appropriate and to document the meeting.
    Documentation: To keep abreast of developments in the circumstances faced by urban poor communities, to maintain an overview of the social and political climates affecting these communities and methods of successfully resisting evictions. To provide data and assistance to the Senior Project Officer for documentation in the Community Database, and for publication on the website and in other media. To share information with partners as appropriate.
    Youth Work: To support the Community Project Manager in liaising with local universities and organizing activities for local youth, including an annual student workshop and lecture series.
    Other projects: To assist Community Project Manager and other projects as required by the Land and Housing Right Program Manager and Executive Director.
  3. Project Innovation: To keep abreast of technical development in project fields and to maintain an overview of the social and political climates affecting contact communities.
  4. Other Project and Tasks: To assist other project tasks and other additional tasks as required by other Managers and/or Management Committee.

Qualifications:

– At least Bachelor’s degree in related fields such as law, social science, community development, or other related fields.
– At least two years of work experience relating to fields.
– Strong interest in working with non-profit organizations
– Good communication and networking skills with a range of stakeholders including communities, representatives of other NGOs and colleagues in both Khmer and English.
– An enthusiastic attitude towards work and a willingness to be involved in organizational activities.
– Demonstrated highly developed interpersonal, oral and written communication skills in English, including the ability to effectively negotiate and communicate specific issues where there are competing agendas and priorities.

*Project Intern

Unit                 : Rights to the City Program
Reporting to     : Community Mapping, Housing Improvement and Urban Resilience Project Manager
Hiring             : 6 Positions
Starting Date     : January 2023
Schedule          : Full Time (Monday-Friday)
Salary              : USD 150

Main responsibilities:

– To assist Project Officer to design and complete monitoring and evaluation of STT target communities and assisting collaboration with communities
– Do field and desk work for data collection and support the analysis of the collected data
– Attend the training on how to utilize materials for gathering the data
– Go to the designated field works for data enumeration
– Prepare questionnaire and entry data into the designed system
– To assist additional tasks as required by the Project Manager
– Assist to prepare relevant documentaries for any training, meeting, site visit and material distribution to the target community

Qualification:

– At least a university student or a recent graduate in Law, Social & Environmental Science, or a related field
– Ability to use a computer with application relevant to the study fields
– Good verbal and written communication skills in English and Khmer
– Willing to learn and commit to work full time and can travel to target communities (as required)
– Be honest, loyalty, friendly and hardworking

How to Apply:

Interested and qualified candidates are required to submit a cover letter and resume (CV) via e-mail to recruitment@teangtnaut.org or to STT’s address provided below by January 09, 2023. Applications that do not indicate the position being applied for will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. Note: People with disabilities and women are encouraged to apply.

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Consultant to Produce Manual and Training Course on Climate Change Terms of Reference (TOR)

1. Introduction and Background

STT is a Cambodian Urban NGO working with vulnerable urban poor communities, in Phnom Penh and the provinces, who are affected by land and housing rights issues. STT is currently implementing four related projects: 1) Community Mapping, Housing Improvement and Urban Resilience Project; 2) Housing Rights and Research Project; 3) Community Empowerment Project; and 4) Community ICT and Media Project. Each year, to support the advocacy work of STT and other partner organizations, STT undertakes research into key issues affecting urban poor communities under the threat of eviction.STT also has a strong focus on strengthening the advocacy capacity of community activists and provides a number of social media, ICT and land and housing right trainings to urban and rural communities.

STT is looking to hire an external consultant to produce a manual and conduct trainings on various topics including climate change resilience, climate change adaptation, climate-smart technologies, the relationship between STT’s work and SDGs, and other environmental topics.

2. Objective

The purpose of the consultancy is to help STT staff build strong foundations, knowledge, and develop awareness over a plurality of climate change-related topics. The aim is to increase STT’s technical working capacity, and ability to incorporate a climate-conscious approach to all STT’s work – when working with vulnerable urban communities.

3. Expected Results and Deliverables

– Before commencement of work, the consultant is required to submit a proposal including methodology, a strategy, and an action plan, as well as a budget to STT.
– Trainings and workshops to be provided to relevant STT staff (number of trainings and duration/timetable of workshops are all flexible)
– The consultant is expected to produce a manual, which can be used as an internal training document for future STT staff and interns. The manual can be developed and designed in any form – however, it must include at least five or six chapters or modules on climate-related
topics, which can then be applied and used as STT guidelines.
– A short report on the process, staff progress, and further recommendations will be produced and submitted to STT.

4. Methods and Activities

The manual and training course will use standard ToT methodologies/techniques. The training will be conducted in a way so that participants will have the opportunity to learn and practice new key techniques and methodologies – useful to STT’s overall work. With regards to the timing of training sessions, this will be discussed once the consultant is selected. The timeframe is flexible, and it should be noted that STT offices are open only Monday-Friday, 8am to 5pm.

Topics covered by the training could include, but are not limited to:
– Climate change resilience.
– Climate change adaptation and mitigation.
– Relationship between STT’s work and SDG 13.
– Environmental topics relevant to STT’s work.
– Climate change and the urbanisation of Phnom Penh.
– The Government of Cambodia and the international community’s current strategies to tackle
climate change.

5. Support Team from STT

The consultant will work closely with the Community Mapping, Housing Improvement and Urban Resilience Project Manager, Human Resource and Administration Manager and relevant staff to facilitate this consultancy. Key contacts include:

No. Name Position Contact Email
1 Mr. Suos Sopheap HR and Admin Manager 016 249 225 hradmin@teangtnaut.org
2 Mr. Sorn Sokhret Project Manager 0968 055 443 mapping@teangtnaut.org

6. Duration and Place of Work

This consultancy will commence as soon as possible, and the duration of the contract will be three months from the start date, although we are flexible. Specific duration will be stated in the service agreement once the consultancy is offered.

7. Consultancy Fee

This consultancy fee is a maximum of $2,800.00

8. Required qualifications of the Consultant

STT is looking for a consultant with the following qualifications:
– Minimum of bachelor’s degree in a relevant field.
– Five years’ experience in providing organizational consultancy services on the topics mentioned by STT above.
– Highly effective team player.
– Good communication skills.
– Khmer language is an advantage.

9. How to Apply
Interested candidates should send their application and CV highlighting relevant experience and a technical proposal, including budget to STT’s Human Resources and Administration through email: recruitment@teangtnaut.org

Closing date: October 21st, 2022 before 5pm.

 

 

 

 

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Community ICT and Media Project Officer

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT) is a non-governmental organization, non-profitable, was set up in September 2005 and officially registered with the ministry of interior in December 2006. STT tries to reflect in its work with urban communities. From the outset, STT has had a focus on infrastructure upgrading, but over the past decade, many communities have been impacted by development relating to land alienation and evictions. Because of this, STT has strengthened its research and advocacy to draw attention to a development policy that in Phnom Penh alone has led to 270,000 residents being displaced since 1990. By supporting genuine community complaints and grievances, STT and its partners have been helping communities articulate their concerns to local and international medias, donors and other NGOs and INGOs. Visit us at www.teangtnaut.org.
To support our projects, STT is looking for qualified candidates to join our dynamic team for the following positions:

*Community ICT and Media Project Officer

Unit                       : Programme Staff
Reporting to           : Community ICT and Media Project Coordinator
Hiring                   : 1 Position
Starting Date          : 15 October 2022
Schedule               : Full Time (Monday-Friday)
Gross Salary          : Will be negotiated

                 

Main responsibilities:

– ICT and Media Project Management: Support the project coordinator in all aspects of project management, including planning, reporting and budgeting. Responsibilities with regards to specific activities include:

– Develop and conduct training sessions on ICT and social media uses for advocacy that is highly participatory and has practical outcomes. The training sessions can be done within the project and other possible related projects of STT.

– Evaluate the effectiveness of training and modify materials as appropriate

– Working with the ICT team to create learning plans.

– Encourage learning at all levels from very basic technology skills to learning for advocacy and sharing their voice by using technology. It also includes learning for enjoyment and for building better citizens and communities.

– Liaise with other project staff (Community team, ICT and Media team and others) and other stakeholders to gather information about the urban issues and to promote the social media platforms

– Produce videos and write blog posts to support online campaigns, workshops, task force activities, radio talk shows, and related activities.

– Media monitoring: Daily monitoring of local and international media about urban issues and urban development.

– Online activism: Maintain, update and ensure appropriate linkages to, and visibility on social media.

– Support STT:

– Closely work with the project team to monitor and check all STT blogs, making sure that they are up to date and the contents and images are appropriately posted.

– Assist other projects in taking photos and videos in workshops or events as assigned by the project coordinator.

– Promotes the overall effectiveness of the organization by performing tasks and sharing responsibilities with other staff of STT during work when there is an overload of duties or filling in when an individual is away from the workstation.

Project Innovation: Keep abreast of developments in project fields and maintain an overview of the social and political climates affecting contact communities. In particular, it focuses on communities facing eviction, and options for non-violent action and resistance at both local and international levels.

Skills and Knowledge:

The post holder is expected to have:

– Degree in ICT, Computer Science, or other related fields

– At least 1-year experience in media and communication and community training related to technologies, or social media

– Good communication skills in Khmer and English

– High computer literacy and ability to utilize various media to enable the voices of people living in poverty to be heard.

– Networking skills to enable STT to be widely known across communities under threat of eviction in Phnom Penh as well as with NGOs working with these communities.

– The ability to work well in a team and produce high-quality outputs for a range of audiences.

– An enthusiastic attitude towards the work and a willingness to be involved in organizational activities.

 

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to STT office: #07, Street 494, Sangkat Phsar Deum Thkov, Khan Chamkarmorn, Phnom Penh,  or via e-mail to recruitment@teangtnaut.org, no later than October 10, 2022 before 5:00 PM. Applications must be stated “Application for Finance Officer” in the Subject Line. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Closing date: October 10th, 2022, before 5 pm.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Administrative Officer

Position               : Administrative Officer (1 position)

Unit                      : Support

Reporting to          : Admin and Human Resource Manager

Hiring                  : 1 Position

Starting Date          : 1st October 2022

Schedule               : Full Time (Monday-Friday)

Salary                   : Negotiation

                                            

Main responsibilities, Tasks and Activities:

– Check and ensure that office and meeting room are cleaned and tidy

– Track staff attendance every 8am

– Control vehicle record and check their irregularity

– Check and organize meeting room

– Manage and purchase office supplies and equipment

– Filling Administrative and human resource document

– Update staff files regularly

– Ensure all personnel file are kept in safety and all staff have provided all relevant personal document

– Control and update stationery regularly

– Control and update Inventory and record properly all material lent to staff

– Prepare payment for monthly taxes, utilities, internet, office rental and other expenses

– Assist in procurement by seeking for quotation and make quote analysis

– Record all staff leaves

– Follow up any materials lent by staff but not yet returned, and report to Manager

– Ensure that all books in the library are properly kept after used

– Regularly check post office

– Keep confidential information relating to staff and the whole organization

– Maintain all inside office administration File (MoU, Agreement, contract, letter in-out and report)

– Ensure asset and inventory are effective managed/control (asset sticker, timely update list and physical count, etc.

– Take care of general office’s work

– Keep the documents from new staff of staff profile

– Check the transportation documents or receipts to ensure effectiveness

– Assist team member with other aspect if need

– Provide translation support (Englist-khmer) if need

– Other tasks will be assigned by Admin/HR Manager

Experience and Qualifications:

– At least two years of work experience relating to administration, urban developments, land law, community training, social works, or other related fields.

– Ability to use computer Ms. Office and Excel

– Ability to speak, write and understand English

– Commitment to work full time and travel to target communities.

How to Apply:

Interested and qualified candidates are required to submit a cover letter and resume (CV) via e-mail to recruitment@teangtnaut.org or to STT’s address provided below by September 27, 2022. Applications that do not indicate the position being applied for will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Finance Officer, Community ICT and Media Project Officer, Community ICT and Media ICT intern

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT) is a non-governmental organization, non-profitable, was set up in September 2005 and officially registered with the ministry of interior in December 2006. STT tries to reflect in its work with urban communities. From the outset, STT has had a focus on infrastructure upgrading, but over the past decade, many communities have been impacted by development relating to land alienation and evictions. Because of this, STT has strengthened its research and advocacy to draw attention to a development policy that in Phnom Penh alone has led to 270,000 residents being displaced since 1990. By supporting genuine community complaints and grievances, STT and its partners have been helping communities articulate their concerns to local and international medias, donors and other NGOs and INGOs. Visit us at www.teangtnaut.org.
To support our projects, STT is looking for qualified candidates to join our dynamic team for the following positions:

*Finance Officer

Unit                   : Finance
Reporting to        : Finance Manager
Hire                   : 1 Position
Schedule             : Full Time (Monday to Friday)
Gross Salary        : Negotiate

Main responsibilities, Tasks and Activities

– Collaborate with STT finance and project staff to ensure the accurate and timely preparation/ submission of financial reports
– Ensure completed and up to dated files are maintained for all donors funded projects containing all required contractual and ongoing documentation, supporting transparency and accountability
– Co-ordinate and maintain a cash forecasting system to ensure that adequate funds are available to meet the working requirements of each projects within the approved budgets
– Undertake weekly and monthly cash counts
– Maintain all financial documents to make sure that those are in order files
– Prepare vouchers (necessary forms) for all projects and ensure that the properly supporting documents are available, the expenses are properly incurred, the calculation is mathematically correct, the amount claimed are in agreement with the document authorizing the claim, and make sure that all claims have appropriate supporting documentation and not represent a duplicated claim from staff
– Record all the transactions into QuickBooks Accounting System
– Ensure that all expenditures are allocated to correct projects/ charge codes with reasonable, allocable, and allowable
– Follow up on outstanding advances and make sure that all advances are settled on time
– Prepare bank reconciliation for each bank account for STT and follow up on outstanding cheques
– Assist in preparing of some project financial reports for donors and submission to FM for reviewing
– Ensure the preparation of monthly project accounting reports at the end of each month, and submission to the FM for reviewing by the 15th of the following month
– Monitor ongoing levels of expenditure on individual projects against the approved budget, and provide timely advice of likely over or under-spends to the FM, and the relevant program/project staff (PMs, and POs)
– Support the preparation and implementation of any audit undertaken.

Key knowledge, Skill and Experiences

The post holder is expected to have:

– Bachelor degree in the field of Accounting or Finance
– Experiences in working with NGOs/ OIs
– Experience with QuickBooks, Computer proficiency- Ms. Word, Excel, PowerPoint
– Good in using English and Khmer, both oral and written
– Strong communication and interpersonal skill ethical and trustworthy
– The ability to work well in a team, relevant staff, donors and other stake holders.

 

 

*Community ICT and Media Project Officer

Unit                       : Programme Staff
Reporting to           : Community ICT and Media Project Coordinator
Hiring                   : 1 Position
Starting Date          : 1 October 2022
Schedule               : Full Time (Monday-Friday)
Gross Salary          : Will be negotiated

                 

Main responsibilities:

– ICT and Media Project Management: Support the project coordinator in all aspects of project management, including planning, reporting and budgeting. Responsibilities with regards to specific activities include:

– Develop and conduct training sessions on ICT and social media uses for advocacy that are highly participatory and have practical outcomes. The training sessions can be done within the project and other possible related projects of STT.

– Evaluate the effectiveness of training and modify materials as appropriate

– Working with ICT team to create learning plans.

– Encourage learning at all levels from very basic technology skills to learning for advocacy and share their voice by using technology. It also includes learning for enjoyment and for building better citizens and communities.

– Liaise with other project staff (Community team, ICT and Media team and and others) and other stakeholders to gather information about the urban issues and to promote the social media platforms

– Produce videos and write blog posts to support online campaigns, workshops, task force activities, radio talk shows, and related activities.

– Media monitoring: Daily monitoring of local and international media about urban issues and urban development.

– Online activism: Maintain, update and ensure appropriate linkages to, and visibility on social media.

– Support STT:

– Closely work with project team to monitor and check all STT blogs, making sure that they are up to date and the contents and images are appropriately posted.

– Assist other projects in taking photos and videos in workshops or events as assigned by the project coordinator.

– Promotes the overall effectiveness of the organization by performing tasks and sharing responsibilities of other staff of STT during work when there is an overload of duties or fill in when an individual is away from the workstation.

Project Innovation: Keep abreast of developments in project fields and maintain an overview of the social and political climates affecting contact communities. In particular, it focuses on communities facing eviction, and options for non-violent action and resistance at both local and international level.

Skills and Knowledge:

The post holder is expected to have:

– Degree in ICT, Computer Science, or other related fields

– At least 1-year experiences in media and communication and community training related to technologies, or social media

– Good communication skills in Khmer and English

– High computer literacy and ability to utilize various media to enable the voices of people living in poverty be heard.

– Networking skills to enable STT to be widely known across communities under threat of eviction in Phnom Penh as well as with NGOs working with these communities.

– The ability to work well in a team and producing high quality outputs for a range of audiences.

– An enthusiastic attitude towards the work and a willingness to be involved in organizational activities.

 

 

*Community ICT and Media ICT intern

Job Title                 : Community ICT and Media ICT Intern

Reporting to            : Project Coordinator

Schedule                 : Full Time (Monday-Friday)

Project Period         : 3-6 months

Allowance               : USD 150 per month

Main responsibilities

– Assist the Community Media and ICT team in organizing community training sessions, community meetings, livestream and other related project activities which are assigned by the Project Coordinator.
– Assist technical team to monitoring networks and digital devices.
– Assist the IT team with troubleshooting issues and provide technical support
– Perform other tasks assigned by the Project Coordinator.

Qualification

– University student or a recent graduate in the field of Computer Science, Information Technology or other related fields,
– Willing to learn and get experience during internship,
– Demonstrate a high level of ethical commitment and trustworthiness,
– Ability to use a computer with applications relevant to the study fields,
– Understand English for communication,
– Willing to learn and commit to work full time and can travel to target communities (as required)
– Be honest, loyalty, friendly, and hard working

What support will STT provide?

  1. A monthly allowance will be provided.
  2. Training support – relevant to ICT and Media operation
  3. Work experience within an office and urban poor communities
  4. Interns can apply what they have learned to specific projects
  5. The development of ideas through learning by doing

Duration: 3 months

Monthly allowance: USD 150.00/month

Deadline: September 15th, 2022

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to STT office: #07, Street 494, Sangkat Phsar Deum Thkov, Khan Chamkarmorn, Phnom Penh,  or via e-mail to recruitment@teangtnaut.org, no later than September 15, 2022 before 5:00 PM. Applications must be stated “Application for Finance Officer” in the Subject Line. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Closing date: September 15th, 2022, before 5pm.

Internship Opportunity with Sahmakum Teang Tnaut

About STT:

Phnom Penh-based Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT) is a Cambodian Urban NGO that was set up in September 2005 and officially registered with the Ministry of Interior in December 2006. STT is seeking One intern, working full-time in Phnom Penh city, to assist Admin.

Qualification

– At least a fourth-year student or a recent graduate in the field of Administration or another related field
– Willing to learn and get experience in the training
– Demonstrate a high level of ethical commitment and trustworthiness
– Ability to use a computer with applications relevant to the study fields
– Good verbal and written communication skills in English and Khmer
– Willing to learn and commit to work full time and can travel to target communities (as required)
– Be honest, Loyalty, Friendly, and hard working
– Available to work as a full time

Main responsibilities

– Assist Admin and finance teams in allocating
– Arrange documents
– Assist to control the stationary, sanitation supply, and kitchen supply
– Assist Admin and Finance team in photocopy, scan, and filing
– Assist in delivery works
– Assist in monitoring the timesheet
– Perform other works assigned by the supervisor

What support will STT provide?

  1. Monthly allowance will be provided
  2. Training support – relevant to Admin operation
  3. A desk and computer with internet access
  4. Work experience within an office and urban poor communities
  5. Interns can apply what they have learned to specific projects
  6. The development of ideas through learning by doing

Duration: 3 months
Monthly allowance: USD 150.00/month
Deadline: August 31th, 2022

How to apply: Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letters to the address given below, Name: Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT)
Address : #07, St 494, Sangkat Phsar Deum Thkov, Khan Chamkarmorn, Phnom Penh
Phone : 023 555 19 64   Email: recruitment@teangtnaut.org  Website: www.teangtnaut.org

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Conduct a Training Course on Community Facilitation Skills (Advance Level) Terms of Reference (TOR)

  1. Introduction and Background

Sahmakum Teang Tnaut (STT) is located in Phnom Penh. STT was founded in 2005 and officially registered in 2006 as a local NGO supporting urban poor communities. “Teang Tnaut” means “Palm Leaves” and palm leaves are used by poor communities, to build rooves, and walls for their houses. This simplistic name was chosen to forever remind STT that its work serves the poorest members of society. STT started as a small NGO that focused on technical upgrades in poor communities but over the past decade, many communities have been affected by development, land transfers, and evictions. As a result, STT has since grown to produce community maps, research and advocacy in order to achieve its goal of helping poor communities realize their rights to land and housing. STT’s efforts in Phnom Penh alone have reached 270,000 people. STT and its partners have helped communities express their concerns to national and international media, donors as well as national and international NGOs.

 

  1. Objective

The purpose of the consultancy is to help STT staff build strong foundations on community facilitation skills, including effective communication and facilitation to enhance work effectiveness with target urban and vulnerable communities.

 

  1. Expected Results and Deliverables

– Before commencement of work the consultant is required to submit a final proposal including methodology, support strategy, work plan and budget, to STT.

– One training course on community facilitation skills will be provided to STT’s relevant staff members.

– A report of the capacity of staff members following the training course will be produced and submitted to STT.

 

  1. Methods and Activities

The training course will use standard TOT methodologies/techniques and as much practical as possible. The training will be conducted in a way so that participants will have the opportunity to clarify and practice key facilitation techniques and methodologies.

Topics the training should be covered include but are not limited to:

– Good communication: what is it and how is it best applied?

– What makes effective communication

– Roles/functions of training and facilitation

– Good community facilitator: what are the roles, what are the required competencies

– Key approaches and techniques for community facilitation

– Soft skills needed for effective community facilitation

– Designing the facilitation process

– Motivating participation and managing a group’s dynamic

– Problem solving in community facilitation

 

  1. Support Team from STT

The consultant will work closely with Administration and Human Resource Manager and relevant project managers and staff to facilitate this consultancy.

 

  1. Duration and Place of Work

This consultancy will commence as soon as possible and the duration of the contract will be between three to five days from the start date.

  1. Consultancy Fee

This consultancy fee is competitive.  

 

  1. Required qualifications of the Consultant

STT is looking for consultant with the following qualifications:

– Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field.

– Extensive knowledge and concrete professional experience of capacity building and training.

– Experience in providing organizational consultancy services on the topics mentioned by STT above.

– Highly effective team player.

– Good communication skills.

– Khmer speaker is an advantage.

 

  1. How to Apply

Interested candidates should send their application and CV highlighting relevant experience and a technical proposal, including budget to STT’s Administration and Human Resources: recruitment@teangtnaut.org.

 

Closing date: August 8, 2022 before 5:00pm.