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Looking for creative people, quick to learn

and passionate about arts and culture

Cambodian Living Arts (CLA), an NGO working to develop the arts and culture sector is looking for TWO NEW STAFF to join our team. Both positions are based in Phnom Penh.

Communications Coordinator
The Communications Coordinator’s responsibilities include creating Khmer and English-language marketing content and press relations to promote CLA’s work and to get new national and international support for the arts. The Coordinator is part of a team with other communications and fundraising coordinators. This is a great role for someone who likes storytelling, being creative and wants to learn more about working in marketing.
Starting salary: Monthly range USD 270-400

Learning & Leadership (L&L) Coordinator
The L&L Coordinator is part of a team that manages our scholarship program, supporting young artists to complete their training and start preparing for their career, as well as running short training courses for professional artists, to develop skills that will help them to get more work. We are looking for someone who is well organized and a confident facilitator and presenter. Experience of training, mentoring or coaching is desirable but not essential.
Starting salary: Monthly range USD 270-400

Application: For more information and application instructions for both roles see: opportunities/work-with-cla/
Applications should be emailed to by June 1st, 2015.

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