Job Announcement: 2 positions (Cambodian nationals only)
Head of Programs and (2) Communications and Outreach Officer
The Center for Khmer Studies’ (CKS) is an independent and not- for- profit research center. Our mission is to support research and teaching in the social sciences, arts and humanities as they relate to Cambodia. Since our founding in 1998, CKS has aimed to foster understanding of Cambodia and the Mekong region.
CKS brings the experience and strength of more than 15 years’ operating in Cambodia, and solid established partnerships with local and international organizations. Operating from both Siem Reap (headquarters) and Phnom Penh, CKS offers a dynamic working environment with lots of room for initiative, innovative thinking, professional empowerment, and rapid decision making.
CKS is looking for qualified candidates to fill the positions of Head of Programs and Communications and Outreach Officer.
The Head of Programs will lead CKS programs in Cambodia.
The Communications and Outreach Officer will support a strong CKS presence in multimedia, public events outreach, and quality publications.
For further information about CKS and both job descriptions, please visit our website at: http://www.khmerstudies.org/8188/job-announcement
How to Apply
Interested candidates should email (mentioning the position name in the email subject) a detailed CV and a short cover letter describing how their qualifications and experience match the position requirements, no later than September 3rd, 2017 (COB), to BOTH following addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
A very competitive salary and benefit package will be provided based on experience and qualification. CKS is an organization that values professionalism, diversity and results. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.
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