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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. CTN is currently rated the best Cambodian television station with the largest audience base, and also delivers service to the Khmer community living in the United States via DTH TV as well as Australia and Canada.

Currently we are looking for young and dynamic individuals to fulfill the following positions (based in Phnom Penh):

1. Head of TVC Department (1 person)
2. Human Resources Manager (1 person)
3. Concert Producer (1 person)
4. Format Game Show Producer (1 person)
5. Internal Audit Manager (1 person)
6. Internal Audit Executive (1 person)
7. Management Accountant (1 person)
8. News Production Assistant (1 person)
9. News Reporter (1 person)
10. News Cameraman (2 person)
11. Cameramen (2 people)
12. LED Operator (4 people)
13. Lighting Operator (4 people)

How to apply:
Interested candidates for above position please submit a current detailed resume or CV with a cover letter to below address: National Road 5, Phum Krolko, Sangkat Kilomet No. 6, Khan Russey Keo, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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: 30-January-2014

Contact Information:
Contact person : Ms. Sam chanthou at (855-89) 222 795



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