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The Phnom Penh Post is seeking a digital intern to assist our web editor in creating, publishing and promoting content on our fast-growing English-language website and social media platforms.

Ideal candidates should possess fluency in social media and content management, newsroom or other writing/editorial experience and a strong interest in digital journalism. Skills in web development or multimedia production are a plus.

The duration of the internship will be three to six months, and a stipend will be provided.

Please send your application, including CV, cover letter and relevant work samples, to Daniel Nass: daniel.nass@phnompenhpost.com

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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