CCIM is the only independent and professional media organization in Cambodia that works to promote human rights and responsible journalism through both media production and dissemination and implementation of community projects. CCIM is seeking qualified candidates to fill inpositions based in Phnom Penh as below:
1. Title: Bulletin News Editor
Scope The Bulletin News Editor is responsible for producing and broadcasting the qualities of daily bulleting news on time (at 12PM or 6PM).
Reports to: Radio Manager
2. Title: Online TV News Reporter (Re-advertisement)
Scope The Online TV News Reporter is responsible for producing daily news, investigative reports and occasional feature reports for CCIM Online TV.
Reports to: Online TV Producer/Editor
3. Title: Radio News Reporter (2 positions) (Re-advertisement)
Scope The Radio News Reporter is responsible for producing daily news, occasional feature reports, interview and investigative reports for CCIM radio.
Reports to: Bulletin News Editor
CCIM promotes equal employment opportunities and welcomes applications from women and minority groups.
A competitive salary in line with the not-for-profit sector and your experience plus employment benefits.
To be eligible for employment with CCIM you must be legally entitled to work in Cambodia and have satisfactory background checks prior to employment.
For further information please contact Ms. Sey Sothana, HR Manager on 066 444681or visit the job’s page at www.ccimcambodia.org/job-opportunity
Applicants must send their application by email to email@example.com by close of business on Friday 17th July 2015 by putting the position you would like to apply in the subject line.
Applicants must include their CV and a document describing their skills and experience for each of the selection criteria.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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