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Employment Opportunities


BBC Media Action uses the power of media to support people to shape their own lives. As the BBC’s international development charity, we work with broadcasters, governments, non-governmental organizations and donors to provide information and stimulate positive change.   BBC Media Action has been working in Cambodia since 2003 and has been responsible for programs such as Taste of Life, Loy9, Love9 and Klahan9.

BBC Media Action is currently recruiting in Many Positions:

1. Operation Manager
http://www.bongthom.com/jobs/ipgejobdetails.asp?IDJob=54707.
2. Community Outreach Officer
http://www.bongthom.com/jobs/ipgejobdetails.asp?IDJob=54708.
3. Research Manager
http://www.bongthom.com/jobs/ipgejobdetails.asp?IDJob=54710.
4. Radio Scriptwriter
http://www.bongthom.com/jobs/ipgejobdetails.asp?IDJob=54711.
5. Senior Producer
http://www.bongthom.com/jobs/ipgejobdetails.asp?IDJob=54712.
6. Social Media Producer x 2
http://www.bongthom.com/jobs/ipgejobdetails.asp?IDJob=54713.

How to Apply:
All interested applicants should submit a CV with an introduction letter detailing skills and outlining what they can bring to the job. Please do not attach any certificates. Send to:

BBC Media Action, #296 (4th-7th Floor) Street 271, Toul Tompong II, Chamcar Morn. P.O. Box 155, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Email to: careers@kh.bbcmediaaction.org.
Tel: +855 (0) 23 997 435.

Closing Date 01st May, 2016 at 5pm only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview. The BBC Media Action is an equal opportunities employer.

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