LOOKING FOR AN EXCITING AND MEANINGFUL CAREER
Since its creation, Artisans Angkor has strived to preserve and promote Cambodian Arts & Crafts while alleviating poverty by providing professional skills and job opportunities to local rural youth. Today, we provide employment to about 1200 people, including over 800 artisans, in the Siem Reap province.
Now reaching a major phase of its development, Artisans Angkor is seeking a qualified and dynamic person to take part of its success story. Position available:
You are an experienced Human Resources Director who will take leadership and responsibility for all aspects of the company Human resources:
• updating and applying the Human Resources policy and internal rules,
• managing careers,
• recruitment and trainings,
• seeing to harmonious industrial relations.
In a word, you will be one the key persons who will guarantee that the Company stays faithful to one of its core values: Empowering People.
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR...
Age 40+. Person of integrity with a great sense of empathy and fairness, you will demonstrate excellent listening and analytical skills, problem-solving abilities, diplomatic capacity and determination. You strive for human contact and field work that will feed your understanding of the Company's working mechanisms and translate this into either actionable proposals for short term improvements or more long terms plans.
Post Graduate qualification in Human Resources, Law, or Political Sciences is preferred. Significant experience as a Human Resources Director in a structured organization of significant size is required, preferably in a multicultural environment and in Cambodia.
Preference will be given to Cambodians. Proficiency in Khmer and English are mandatory. Knowledge of French is an asset.
Salary based upon experience. The position will be located at the head office of Artisans Angkor, in the heart of Siem Reap.
If you would like to be considered for this exciting opportunity, please send your CV, cover letter and picture to email@example.com.
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