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ISPP is a non-profit, non-sectarian, IB World School providing an internationally recognised education for Cambodian and expatriate students aged 3-18 years.

We wish to invite applications for the following position:
 

Personal/Administration Assistant - Events

 
Duties include:
• Assisting in planning and managing operational functions for events such as theatre productions, musical performances and corporate events
• Assisting external clients with inquiries and booking arrangements
• Theatre administration, reception duties and ticket sales

Position requires:
• High-level organisational skills
• Initiative and problem solving abilities
• Excellent communication and customer service skills
• Fluency in English and Khmer (verbal and written)
• Not less than 3 years prior working experience

Qualified candidates are invited to submit their CV together with a covering letter to:

Mr. Ty Chandy
ISPP Human Resources Manager
88 Hun Neang Boulevard
Phnom Penh
Email: recruitment@ispp.edu.kh

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview.
Application closing date: Wednesday 23 March 2016

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