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Applications for this position are closed.


The Phnom Penh Post is seeking an intern to work on the newspaper’s features and lifestyle focused Post Weekend edition.


The role is full-time and involves researching and writing news, human interest and lifestyle features along with compiling the weekly What’s On event listings.


The duration of the internship is flexible; however the minimum commitment is three months. The position comes with a stipend to help cover living costs.


Applicants should have a university qualification and preferably some experience in an editorial role. Fluent written and verbal English is essential and an interest in and knowledge of Cambodia would be useful.


Please forward resumes along with a cover letter and at least one example of writing to william.jackson@phnompenhpost.com. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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