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Indochina Research is the only full service independent research agency to cover Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. We work with local and international NGO’s, donors, government as well as commercial organizations. We are now looking for an experienced researcher to join our Cambodian team as Associate Research Director.

As a member of our team you will be responsible for client service management, research design, analysis and reporting. You will be leading your own team so it is important that you have people management skills and that you see the importance of building and maintaining a strong cohesive team.

As a researcher you will have experience from working with commercial and/ or social research in a senior position. You are confident in sampling theory and research design as well as using SPSS or STATA for advanced statistical analysis.

The position will be based in Phnom Penh, an exciting capital in transition. We offer a competitive package for the right person. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Interested candidates please send your cover letter, resume, and expected salary to:
Company Name : Indochina Research (Cambodia) Ltd
Address : No. 37ABC, St. 271, Phsar DeoumThkov, Chamcamorn, Phnom Penh.
Phone Number : 023 215 184 / 218 312
Email address :
Closing Date : 5th of July, 2015

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