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KHEMA International Polyclinic
#28, St 294, BKK1, Phnom Penh, Cambodia



KHEMA International Polyclinic, an expansion project of KHEMA Clinic and Maternity, is now looking for full time staff for the following positions:

1 Chief Accountant – 1 post
2 Accountant – 1 post
3 Cashier – 6 posts   
4 Admin & HR Coordinator – 1 post
5 System Engineer*– 1 post 
6 IT Assistant – 3 posts 
7 Housekeeping Supervisor – 3 posts
8 Housekeeping Workers – 9 posts
9 Maintenance Workers/Drivers – 6 posts

* System Engineer shall manage and monitor all installed IT and hospital systems and infrastructure; install, configure, test and maintain operating systems, application software and system management tools, etc.

Selection Criteria
·    At least Bachelor’s Degree (positions #1-6)/certification (positions #7-9)with at least 2 years (4 years for position #1) of work experience in related fields
·    Exposure to multicultural or international work environments an advantage
·    Effective communication skills in English (positions #1-6)
·    Computer literacy (positions #1-6)
·    Valid driving license plus car, electricity and utility maintenance skills (position #9)
·    Openness and willingness to learn and adapt to KHEMA’s corporate culture and values

Interested candidates should email your CV with a cover letter to or drop a hard-copy at KHEMA Clinic and Maternity’s front desk #18, Street 528 in ToulKork. Closing date 12 March 2016 at 5pm.

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