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Cambodian Children's Fund (CCF) is a leading NGO providing life-changing education, family support and community development programs into the heart of impoverished communities.

CCF is seeking a skilled marketing all-rounder to coordinate the production of marketing collateral and campaigns from their Phnom Penh office. The Marketing Coordinator will work closely with key local and international offices to identify, plan and produce materials needed to support CCF's fundraising and engagement activities.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES - Plan and develop a suite of core marketing materials supported by high-quality media (photo, video and online); Work closely with fundraising offices, event committees and partner organisations to develop tailored materials required for specific needs, including fundraising campaigns, international events and ad-hoc requests; Act as the lead copywriter for marketing materials and reports and work closely with CCF international offices and key in-country staff to ensure they are provided with marketing and communications support.

KEY SKILLS - Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Communications or related field. Experience working in a marketing role. Skilled at using Adobe creative suite. Ability to think strategically, identify opportunities and design innovative approaches backed by analysis and planning.

The application form and detailed PD are available at
Applicants are required to submit a cover letter, CV and examples of their work to
Applications close 5pm, Friday 18th September.

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