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Executive Office Administrator

This role provides an opportunity to work with the highly-regarded,, international NGO: Cambodian Children's Fund,

Founded in 2004, Cambodian Children's Fund (CCF) provides life-changing education, nourishment and healing to 2,000 vulnerable children and 10,000 people annually from some of Cambodia's most destitute communities.

CCF is a great place to work, staffed by a team of talented and committed people. The workplace is vibrant; acknowledgement is forthcoming. The role works with the Executive Director's support team, specifically offering expertise in the area of account management and travel arrangements as well as other administrative tasks.

You will draw on your significant experience as an executive assistant working at a senior level. A key requirement of this role is absolute attention to detail, based on a very systematic approach. Exceptional English language and computer skills are required. The role demands a high level of confidentiality and an ability to build sound and respectful relationships with senior staff and colleagues.

We would welcome applications from experienced candidates who have demonstrated a high level of expertise in similar roles. Please do not apply unless you have had at least two  years experience as an executive/senior manager's assistant working in a large, English language organisation. The Position Description can be found at Please forward your application by COB Monday 4th August to both and siemsengly(g)

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