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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

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