Raleigh Borneo is Hiring!

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Finance Officer – Raleigh Borneo
Raleigh International is a youth and sustainable development NGO which brings together people of all ages, backgrounds and nationalities to contribute to sustainable development projects overseas. 

We are looking for a Finance Officer to work within the Raleigh Borneo office situated in Kota Kinabalu.  The candidate will need to ensure accurate expenditure information is recorded in the Finance system so that the Country Director and Country Operations Manager are able to manage the country expedition budgets, ensuring value for money is promoted throughout the organisation’s activities. 

For further information & job description please email e.obhrai@raleighinternational.org

If you are interested in applying, please send a covering note and resume/ CV by the deadline.

Application deadline:    Monday 20th April 2015 5pm
Interviews held week commencing: Monday 4th May 2015

Preferred start date: Monday 25th May 2015



March MA: Kayaking

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We woke up early today to paddle away our Monday blues at March MA: Kayaking! Thanks to those who turned up, we hope you guys had a splashing fun time!

Miss yet another monthly activity? Stay tuned to this page for April's Monthly Activity then!

Expedition 15A Changeover

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Last Thursday, our HCVs of 15A were back at basecamp after a grueling yet a worthwhile and memorable second phase! Despite only having two days to rest before deploying for their third and final phase, the HCVs were already extremely excited to embark and give it their all!
Alas, for their final phase, this is where our HCVs are going to:
She Mei will be spending her last phase at Kg. Soniton Ulu, a small village in the Kota Marudu district of Sabah, carrying out a WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) programme where she and her team will be repairing and installing a gravity-fed water system plus constructing sanitation units.
Sara Rizal will be heading to Kg.Tiku, a farming community in the Penampang region for the construction of a Community Learning Centre that'll consist of a kitchen and sanitation units. Once completed, the centre will also be used as a kindergarten.
Matthew Leong will be plunging off to Imbak Canyon to build a suspension bridge that has been an ongoing project since the last two phases. This will indefinitely aid in providing a greater access to deepert parts of the forest to allow the rangers and researches to carry out their conservation work.
Joshua Teoh is on his way to acquire his diving license at Mamutik Island and will immediately head on to Long Pasia for his 12-day trek and will be immersing himself in the beautiful culture of the Lundayeh tribe.
As Napolean Hill once said, "Your big opportunity may be right where you are now." May the HCVs of 15A make the best out of every opportunity they can have and push themselves further in achieving what truly needs to be achieved.

Interested in an expedition? Do drop us an email at info@raleighinternational.org.my


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