Consultant for Social Business Study Re-advertisement

with Apprentis d’Auteuil (AA) & ASSET-H&C
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BTDC-ID: 13070
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Bayon Education and Development
 

Announcement Positions

Announcement Description

To conduct a comparative study of the socio-economic models of different Social Enterprises specialized in Training and Professional Integration (In French Entreprises Sociales de Formation et Integration Professionnelle or ESFIP) and to elaborate a guide of good practices that can be disseminated/shared with the schools that are members of ASSET-H&C network and more widely with any social enterprise specialized in training wishing to improve its practices.

The FIPESA project aims to develop social entrepreneurship in Southeast Asia, for the benefit of vulnerable youth, through the enhancement of social enterprises that train and integrate disadvantaged young people and support them towards finding sustainable employment or creating a small business in the tourism and hospitality sector.

Since 2002, IECD has been supporting in South-East Asia the development of a number of schools and vocational training centers, which offer training in the hospitality and catering industry with the aim to support students in finding sustainable employment.

Through this experience in South-East Asia, IECD could develop extensive knowledge of the challenges commonly faced by these schools. This encouraged IECD to create in 2016 a regional network for mutual assistance, the ASSET-H&C network (Association of South-East Asian Social Enterprises for training in Hospitality and Catering). The Association currently integrates 12member schools, located in 4 countries in South-East Asia. By allowing members to share experiences, pool resources, promote good practices, it ultimately improves the results of each school. Each year, through ASSET-H&C members, more than 2,000 underprivileged young people and adults benefit from quality training, leading to successful social and professional integration.

Announcement Positions

Consultant for Social Business Study (1 Position) Apply Now

  • Category: Business Administration, Consultancy
  • Location: Phnom Penh, Siemreap Province
  • Schedule: Full-time
  • Salary: Negotiable

Stakeholders & context of the mission

Apprentis d'Auteuil (AA) has been committed for nearly 150 years to helping young people in difficulty, regardless of their origin, in France and for more than twenty years in other parts of the world. Apprentis d'Auteuil works for access to quality education and training that enables everyone, here and elsewhere, to integrate into society as free and responsible adults. Internationally, the Foundation chooses to work in partnership with organizations that share the same values and work for young people in difficulty/troubled youth. It aims to foster the autonomy of the partner by promoting lasting relationships of cooperation and dialogue. Apprentis d'Auteuil has forged links with partners in South-East Asia such as the Institut Européen de Coopération et de Développement (IECD), which implements or supports professional integration projects for vulnerable youth, which provide quality technical training to enable them to integrate professional.

Since 2002, IECD has been supporting in South-East Asia the development of a number of schools and vocational training centers, which offer training in the hospitality and catering industry with the aim to support students in finding sustainable employment.

Through this experience in South-East Asia, IECD could develop extensive knowledge of the challenges commonly faced by these schools. This encouraged IECD to create in 2016 a regional network for mutual assistance, the ASSET-H&C network (Association of South-East Asian Social Enterprises for training in Hospitality and Catering). The Association currently integrates 12member schools, located in 4 countries in South-East Asia. By allowing members to share experiences, pool resources, promote good practices, it ultimately improves the results of each school. Each year, through ASSET-H&C members, more than 2,000 underprivileged young people and adults benefit from quality training, leading to successful social and professional integration.

Requirements
  • Skills required
  • To conduct this study, the project manager is expected to have
  • Business experience (minimum 5 years): corporate experience, business consultancy, entrepreneurship, etc. and in particular knowledge of the economic steering of a commercial organization, notions of management
  • Knowledge of social assistance (knowledge of the training sector would be an asset)
  • Good organizational skills and ability to meet deadlines
  • Ability to work remotely, sense of responsibility and autonomy
  • Experience in conducting studies
  • Ability to analyze and interpret information related to the operations of an ESFIP
  • Experience with tools and strategies for data collection and analysis
  • Writing skills, very good sense of synthesis
  • Legal knowledge of Cambodia: set-up and legal forms of economic organizations in Cambodia
  • Fluent in English and Khmer (written/oral)
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Proven ability to work in a multicultural environment.
  • Knowledge of the hospitality sector will be an asset
 

How to Apply

Application process

Documents needed to apply:

  • Methodological proposition
  • Budget
  • Timetable
  • CV of the person(s) who will work on the project
  • Intended budget: 12000 to 15000€

Timetable

Proposal to be submitted by the closing date

Selection of the service provider: 10/01/2022

Start of the mission end of January 2022 (depending on the sanitary situation)

Application submission

Please send your application to email provided in the contact details.

The service contract will be managed by Apprentis d'Auteuil.

Please refer to the attached Terms of Reference for more details on the assignment and tasks to perform

 
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Contact Details

Contact Name
  •  Ms. Pauline Preuss
 
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