Pour un Sourire d’ Enfant (PSE) is a non-profit organization, established at the end of 1995 in Cambodia, working to provide food, shelter, medical care, general education and vocational training to children needing support, e.g. underprivileged children; maltreated children; children living in poverty and children without any formal education in Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville and Siem Reap.
PSE employs more than 500 dedicated staff. Due to rapid growth of existing and new programs, PSE is seeking candidates for Three Vacant Positionsbased in Phnom Penh.
1. Construction School Manager (01 post)
Construction School Manager plays a supervisory role to lead, manage and oversee full spectrums both academic and operational functions to ensure the growth and sustainability of the school including plumbing training, painting training, masonry training and electricity training.
2. Dentist (01 post)
*Key Responsibilities :
Dentist will provide dental services such as dental diagnosis, prevention, restoration and treatment, and also schedule to do presentation about dental hygiene and caring to all students both in PSE center and other target areas required.
3. Partnership Relation Officer (01 post)
Partnership Relation Officer is responsible forplacement and facilitation of PSE student internship and job employment for hospitality and tourism schools. Partnership
Relation Officer also performs a key role of communication and networking with various similar industries (Hotels, Restaurants, Beauty Salons…etc.,) to ensure all students to get interned and employed with appropriate time and condition.
A great package of remuneration plus other benefits and trainings to a successful applicant.
How to apply:
Interested candidates are invited to send a CV and cover letter before 31st January 2014. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified. Women are encouraged to apply.
Address: PSE, HR Department, No 402, Trea Village, Sangkat Stung Meanchey, Khan Meanchey, PO: 2107, Phnom Penh 3, Phone:023 995 660,
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