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Development Coordinator (Fundraising)

Cambodian Living Arts (CLA), a NGO dedicated to supporting and promoting arts, is seeking a Development Coordinator (Fundraising)

The Development Coordinator is part of CLA’s fundraising team. CLA has two Development Coordinators, and their work is to manage and support our annual fundraising campaign from individual donors and private family foundations.

The Development Coordinators also support administration for the Board meetings.

We are looking for a Coordinator who will take the lead on processing donations when they are received, manage the database and regular reporting, and coordinate calendars and logistics for tours. The role requires somebody who is very organised, can work independently and likes to work with numbers and manage projects. It is a great opportunity for someone who wants to learn more about professional fundraising.

Salary: Monthly range USD 470-USD700

Required experience & skills:
• Very organised and excellent attention to detail
• Very good technical skills for databases and excel (experience required)
• Experience of organising meetings and events
• Excellent written and spoken English
• Fluent written and spoken Khmer

Application: For further information and application instructions: opportunities/work-with-cla/
Applications should be emailed to by 22nd April, 2016.

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