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ISPP is a non-profit, non-sectarian, IB World School providing an internationally recognized education for Cambodian and expatriate students aged 3-18 years.

We wish to invite applications for the following position:
 

Audio & Lighting Assistant

 
Duties:
♦ Assisting light shows for theatre performances.
♦ Assisting with audio setups (microphones, cabling, speakers) in various locations
♦ Operating lighting within the theatre
♦ Fault finding and minor repairs
♦ Supporting  teachers and students as they use the equipment

Position requires:
♦ Minimum of a High School Diploma – advanced education desirable
♦ At least 2 years experience
♦ Fluency in written and spoken English

Qualified candidates are invited to submit their CV in PDF together with a covering letter to:

Mr. Ty Chandy
ISPP Human Resources Manager
88 Hun Neang Boulevard Phnom Penh
Email: recruitment@ispp.edu.kh

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview.

The closing date for applications: 4pm, 31 December 2015

However the school maintains the right to appoint earlier if a suitable candidate is identified.

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