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Job Announcement


THE INTEAN POALROATH RONGROEURNG LTD (IPR) is a licensed microfinance institution (MFI) with more than ten years experience in providing microcredit focusing on agricultural farming and other related agribusiness activities. IPR’s main partners consist of Luxembourg Microfinance Development Fund, Triodos Bank and Triple Jump from Netherland. To support our growth plan, IPR is seeking to recruit qualified dynamic Cambodian nationals to fill the positions, to be based in Head Office, Phnom Penh, as following:

1. HEAD OF OPERATIONS
2. SENIOR MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION OFFICER

The detail responsibilities and required qualifications are available at www.iprmfi.com

APPLICATION INFORMATION:
Interested candidates can download IPR application form on IRP’s website www.iprmfi.com and are requested to submit CV and cover letter with a present photo by not later than 5pm, 25th December 2015 by email job@iprmfi.com or to IPR head office at #779A, Kampuchea Kraom Blvd, Sangkat Tuek Laak 1, Khan Tuol Kouk, Phnom Penh. Office phone: 012 500 536 / 077 515 168.

COMPENSATION & OTHER BENEFITS:
IPR provides candidates a competitive salary based on education, prior-experience, and potential. We offer annual salary increase plus other benefits such as annual incentive, Khmer New Year and Phchum Bend Bonus, provident fund, 24-hour personal accident insurance, staff loan with lower interest rate and good working environment and condition.

Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

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