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JOB VACANCY
People and Operations Manager
VSO is an international development organization that fights poverty through volunteers

 

Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Permanent contract with attractive benefits package Circa USD 22,500 – USD 26,800 annual gross salary plus attractive benefits package i.e. end of service gratuity in lieu of pension, 37 annual leave days including public holidays.
Open for national and international candidates who accept national terms and conditions

 
This is a great opportunity to develop your skills and career with one of the best known international NGOs. As People and Operations Manager you will lead our People & Operations function in Cambodia, be HR business partner with the Country Director giving superb HR and operations advices on people and volunteer management, as well as on change management.
 

If you’re interested in applying for this role, please download the job description to read more details about the position and the skills and experience we’re looking for and then submit your online application through this link: http://www.vsointernational.org/about/careers/vacancies
VSO Cambodia values difference and promotes diversity.
Office Telephone: 023 882 768
Applications Close Date: 21 January 2016
Interview Assessment Date: To be confirmed
Start Date: As soon as possible

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