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Pocket Guide (Cambodia) is looking for an Editor/Content Manger who is dynamic, and self-motivated with experience and skills working across various web and print publications.

The Editor/ Content manager will be responsible for managing the content flow, editing, and proofreading content; and for generating new story ideas while using their network to source external contributors.
Excellent communication and organizational skills are needed.

The role requires strong attention to detail and the ability to work under tight deadlines to ensure our diverse range of products continue to grow and develop.

Responsibilities
 . Create, develop and manage content for Pocket Guide
 . Cambodia's web & print presence.
 . Maintaining and developing the master content calendar for all print and web content.
 . Copyedit and proofread all content.
 . Develop and oversee freelancers, including writers & photographers
 . Develop key sources for our various web and print publications in Cambodia

Required Skills
  . Experience with popular content management systems (Word press)
  . Exceptional communication and organizational skills
  . Ability to manage multiple projects in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
  . Basic Adobe Photoshop skills

Desirable:
 . Experience managing brand and business social pages including Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedln etc.
 . Any graphic design and site management experience

If you wish to be considered for this opportunity please send your CV and any writing samples/portfolio and salary to: admin@cambodiapocketguide.com

Deadline: 27 September 2013

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