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Job Announcement


Cambodian Broadcasting Service (CBS) operates 4 stations CTN, MYTV, CNC and CTN International delivering high-quality international and locally produced programming to every Cambodian household.

Currently we are looking for young and dynamic individuals to fulfill the following positions (based in Phnom Penh):
1. Accounting Manager
2. Executive Assistant
3. Assistant to Technical Manager
4. Transmitter Engineer
5. Electrician Engineer
6. IT Officer
7. IT Assistant
8. Technical Support
9. Satellite Operator and Coordinator
10. Social Network Admin
11. Web Master
12. CNC Sales Executive
13. Account Payable
14. Marketing Executive
15. Public Relation
16. Finance Assistant
17. Video Editor
18. Promo Editor
19. MCR Operator
20. Sales Intern

How to apply: Interested candidates for above position please submit a current detailed resume or CV (with current photo) with a cover letter to below address:

National Road 5, PhumKrolko, SangkatKilomet No. 6, Khan RusseyKeo, Phnom Penh.
Or send e-mail to: career@ctn.com.kh

Only short list candidates will be contacted for interviews. Submitted CVs will not be returned
Closing date: 28 February 2015

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