Search form

Login - Register | FOLLOW US ON

Logo of Phnom Penh Post newspaper Phnom Penh Post - Job Announcement

Job Announcement


Cambodian University For Specialties, CUS has been one of the largest universities in Cambodia for over 14 years, offering various majors in five faculties. CUS has 2 campuses in Phnom Penh and 6 provincial branches. We are seeking qualified and competitive dynamic candidates for the following positions:
1. 100 Full-time or part-time lecturers of English, IT, Business, Economics, Finance and Banking, Marketing, Tourism, Law, Engineering, Education and soon.
2. 2 Vice-rectors.
3. 3 Branch Directors.
4. 5 IT managers.
5. 5 Heads of department of Research, of Study, of Administration, of Accounting, and of Marketing .
6. 5 Vice Deans.
7. 150 Assistant Lecturers.
8. 5 Study office assistants.

Interested candidates are invited to send their CVs, cover letters to the below address by June 30 , 2016. At buidling F, Street 62, (Near Camko City); KTUS Steung Meanchey; CUS Kampong Cham; Kompong Thorn; Siem Reap; Banteay Meanchey; Battambong; and CUS Kampot.

Email: pacificdg.int@gmail.com / thodanny.wsl@gmail.com / sokhacus@yahoo.com / meassavouncussmc_bm@yahoo.com
Tel: 077 876 111/017 67 40 40

Latest Video

Bodies of Cambodian peacekeepers returned to Kingdom

The bodies of four Cambodian peacekeepers killed by a Christian militia in Central African Republic were repatriated to the Kingdom and honoured in an airport ceremony on May 21.

Phnom Penh eats: Ptas Nak Battambang

As the name suggests, Ptsa Nak Battambang – which in English means Battambang's house – is the right place for those who want to try some of the province's typical dishes in Phnom Penh.

CNRP commune chief candidate Khum Rany photographed near her family home.

In sleepy Sre Preang town in Preah Vihear province, two abandoned bulldozers sit on either side of the street in front of Brame Commune Hall.

Garment workers stitch clothes at a factory on the outskirts of Phnom Penh in 2014.

Eating lunch in the shade inside Phnom Penh’s Canadia Industrial Park last week, garment worker Heng Lai Yim, 32, defended her decision to vote for