International expert in irrigation and water social management

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Position Type: 
Organization Type: 
NGO/Civil Society
Experience Level: 
10+ Years
Degree Required: 
Advanced Degree (Master's or JD)


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GRET, French Development NGO, is looking for an international expert in irrigation and water social management (PIM, IMT, irrigation co-management), for joining a Technical Assistance team in support to Ministry of Water Resource and Meteorology (MoWRAM), Cambodia. The expert will closely work with the “Natural Resource Management” pool of GRET. He/she will be based in Cambodia, Phnom Penh, for a 4 years assignment…, with 2/3 time travelling within the country for coordinating and providing support to the decentralized TA team and PDoWRAM in 5 provinces. Work will mostly (but not exclusively) focus on facilitating the creation, registration, capacity building and institutional insertion and recognition (collaboration with PDoWRAM and participation to the Farmer Water Net – FWN) of Farmer Water User Communities (FWUC) in around 10 irrigation schemes and 40 preks, 20 000 ha.

Skills and experiences required: Master’s degree in in tertiary social science / Preferably 10 years of combined international and national professional experience as community development, capacity building, local empowerment / Worked as FWUC development expert in at least two similar scale or type projects in the past 10 years / Relevant international experience and experience in similar environment / Excellent command of both written & spoken English and proficiency in using project related software and be computer literate / Physical health condition to perform the job with frequent travel to irrigation schemes / Strong communication skills and ability to liaise with various stakeholders, including government officials. Interested persons please send CV and motivation letter to J.F. Kibler :