Self Employment Officer Full-time Job5 months ago - Human Resources - Phnom Penh - 112 views
Do you feel stuck in a routine job? Up for a challenge? Excited about supporting someone to prepare for their first job and link them with the right vacancy? Want to work with young people and adults who are starting their own businesses?
If you answered ‘yes’ then you may just be the person we need.
How about these responsibilities? Would you enjoy them?
Working with people who have ideas to start their business
Designing fun and creative activities to motivate others to become entrepreneurs
Building people’s skills that they need to be enterprisers
Sharing knowledge on topics such as business plans, money management or customer service
Supporting other to make research and find customers for their business
Help entrepreneurs to promote their business on social media
Connect other businesses, experts, agencies and create a community for business owner
Keeping up to date with market trends, so that you can identify new opportunities for young people to generate income with a business, in the right local business market context in their community
We are changing the way support is provided to people by giving them the resources, training and mentoring so that they can find a job they love. This is your opportunity to join our Employment team and work with young people and adults so they can build their futures! You could be supporting learning on a range of exciting topics such as communications, teamwork and creativity. We would like someone to engage with employers and support them to find job seekers who match with their vacancies. You will be working on preparing business plans so young people can start their ventures. You’ll also be working together with a multicultural Friends’ teams and partners across Southeast Asia.
Sounds good? Awesome! Please email your CV now with address provided in the contact detail and let’s talk more.
All applicants will undergo an extensive background check in compliance with our Child/Beneficiary Protection Policy and PSEA Policy.