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PSE
 
Pour Un Sourire d’Enfant Organization (PSE) is currently looking for potential candidates to fill various vacant positions based in PP.
 
1. Human Education Program Manager based in PP (01 post)
 
2. Restarant Manager base in PP (01 post)
 
3. Massage Instructor  based in PP (01 post)
 
4. Assistant Social Business Developer based in PP (01 post)
 
5. Physiotherapist based in PP (01post)
 
6. Teacher of Audiovisual based in PP (01 post)
 
7. French Teacher based in PP (01 post)
 
8. Full Time Cashier Assistant Volunteer based in PP (01 post)
 
9. Full Time Business Facilitation Unit Assistant Volunteer
 
10. based in PP (02 posts)
 
11. Full Time Social Assistant Volunteer (01 post)
 
12. Full Time Retail Business Assistant  Volunteer (01 post)
 
13. Full Time Librarian and Admin Assistant Volunteer (01 post)

 
How to apply
Interested individuals are invited to send a CV (photo is not required) and Cover Letter to the address: No 402, Trea Village, Sangkat Stung Meanchey, Khan Meanchey, PO: 2107, Phnom Penh 3, or by E-mail: sarin.ya@site-pse.orgbefore the deadline: 5:00 PM, 26Nov  2013.
 
For more detailed information, please visit:
http://jobs.site-pse.org orwww.facebook.com/psecambodia
Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be notified and documents received will not be returned. Qualified women are encouraged to apply.
 

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