Post Media is looking to fill the position of a Khmer Reporter for Post Property and Post Supplements. The Reporter is tasked with engaging readers, specifically the local business and real estate community, with top quality content.
The Khmer Reporter must have significant writing and reporting experience in English and Khmer as well as the skills necessary for working in a cross-cultural environment under hard deadlines.
Applicants should have a business and real estate reporting background, with a solid understanding of the real estate and banking sectors.
Successful applicants should show a great deal of initiative, motivation and creativity. Good performance can be rewarded with independence and responsibility regardless of age and gender.
English and Khmer writing skills
Native Khmer speaker
Please send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org under the subject 'Post Supplement application" Applications should contain a short CV and a motivation letter of 500 words maximum.
Applications not meeting formal requirements will not be considered. Unqualified applicants will also not be considered.
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