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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 candidates for the following position:
 
• Chief Finance Officer: (01 Position based in Head Office, Phnom Penh)
 
• IT Manager: (01 Position based in Phnom Penh)
 
• HR Supervisor: (Training and Development) (01 Position based in Phnom Penh)
 
• Marketing Supervisor: (Communication and Social Work) (01 Position based in Phnom Penh)
 
• School Principal: (02 Positions based in Phnom Penh/Province)
 
• Vice School Principal: (02 Positions based in Siem Reap/Sihanoukville)
 
• Academic Assistant / HR Assistant: (02 Positions based in Head Office)
 
Note: Please visit our website www.ntcgroup.com.kh for the details of the above positions. Deadline: December 03, 2014 at 5:00pm.
 
Contact Details: H/P : (855) 15 219 259 or 12 990 395
E-mail: hr.ntcgroup@gmail.com
 
Daun Penh Campus: #100, St. Pasteur (St.S1 St.200), Sangkat Phsar ThmeyIII, Khan Daun Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia.
 
(t): 023 991 279 / 015 383 001 / 015 838 002
 
(e): info@sovannaphumi.edu.kh / (w): www.sovannaphumi.edu.kh

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