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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT


Cambodian Living Arts’ (CLA) mission is to facilitate the transformation of Cambodia through the arts. Our vision is for the arts to be the national and international signature of Cambodia.

CLA is seeking candidates for the position of Development Coordinator.This position reports to the Senior Development & Communications Manager, and is responsible for:
• Department administration;
• Donor database management;
• Producing regular and ad hoc reporting on fundraising target
• Low to mid-level donor management and communications; and
• Events administration related to development.

We are looking for candidates who are highly organized, with great attention to detail and can develop and maintain quality donor communications, records and reporting. This will require close work with the Senior Development & Communications Manager, Communications Manager and Finance Team, and the ability to develop and maintain strong administration systems and database management.

For more details please visit:
www.cambodianlivingarts.org/opportunities/work-with-cla

To apply please email: info@cambodianlivingarts.org, with your resume and a 1-page cover letter detailing your interest and aptitude for the role.

Deadline for applications: Monday 15th September 2014

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