The Phnom Penh Post, Cambodia’s oldest independent newspaper, is seeking a full-time Cambodian reporter to join our award-winning National News desk.
Our reporters write news stories and features for a worldwide, dual-language audience of more than 1.5 million readers every month.
Daily newsroom experience is helpful, but what we truly want are intelligent young women and men who are curious enough to find interesting stories, thoughtful enough to analyse complex issues and brave enough to ask difficult questions to powerful people.
Good written and verbal English-language skills are required.
Applicants should be able to find strong stories each day, and should be eager to work side by side with our foreign staff.
New reporters will receive a one-year renewable contract with a salary that is negotiable depending on experience.
If you are interested, please send a CV and writing samples to Chad Williams, editor in chief of The Phnom Penh Post. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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