Social Work Supervisor

The Social Work Supervisor will be a member of the Cambodia team and will play an important role in our project in Phnom Penh which provides support to vulnerable families, women and children through counselling, preventive and rehabilitative services.


1. Recognized qualifications and relevant work experience in professional social work or psychology.
2. A passion for community development work, with an empathy and compassion towards the suffering poor, in particular for children and women.
3. Ability to work well collaboratively in a multicultural team.
4. Ability to lead and build the capacity of a small team of social workers i.e. to guide, encourage and enhance their knowledge and skills.
5. Strong problem-solving skills and the ability to think creatively. 
6. Case management and report writing skills.
7. Expertise in training and mentoring, especially cross culturally.
8. High level of written and spoken English, and basic level of spoken and written Khmer.
9. Good interpersonal skills, with ability to connect with local staff and clients.
10. Willing to do a 1-year Khmer language course

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

2 Years

All jobs/opportunities on this site are unsalaried. Most people joining OM have to raise financial support to cover their living expenses, usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters.

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