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Exciting Career Opportunity


Sovannaphumi School is fully committed to achieving a high standard of excellence in education, in partnership with MoEYS in the development of human resources in Cambodia. We are urgently seeking qualified Cambodian national for the following position(s):

Position Based in
School Principal (02 Post) - Phnom Penh (01 Post)
- Province (01 Post)
Information Technology Manager (01 Post) - Phnom Penh
School Coordinator-Khmer General Education (03 Posts) - Phnom Penh
School Coordinator-English Program (Female Only) (01 Post) - Sihanoukville


Note: Please visit our website www.sovannaphumi.edu.kh for the details of the above positions.

❖ Salary and Benefit:
We are offering a competitive salary depending largely on your experience and educational background.

❖ How to apply:
Interested candidates meeting the requirement must submit their cover letter, CV, and necessary documents with 4x6 recent photos, qualifications, and references to below e-mail no later than Wednesday, September 24, 2014 at 5:00pm. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.

❖ Contact Details
 ♦ Name : Mr. Biv Sovireak, HR Officer, NTC Group
 ♦ H/P : (855) 15 219 259
 ♦ E-mail : hr.ntcgroup@gmail.com
 ♦ Address : No.100, Pasteur Street, Sangkat Phsar Thmey III, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh.

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