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Partnership for Better Health (PBH) is working with the USAID Social Health Protection Project and Quality Health Services Project to support the Ministry of Health through increasing demand and equitable access to quality healthcare services in Cambodia.

Currently PBH is seeking an appropriately qualified candidates to fill the position of Programmer based in Phnom Penh, this position assists Health Informatics Programmer Team Leader in developing health related database systems.

Work Site / Based in:
• Phnom Penh/ Travel to province

Key Responsibilities:
♦ Window and Ubuntu Linux Installation and Configuration
♦ Hardware Installation and Configuration (Printer, Barcode and Webcam Camera)
♦ Review and Testing Software and Hardware
♦ Hardware Quality Check
♦ Provide end user support
♦ Other tasks as required.

Qualifications and Requirements:
• Bachelor degree of Computer Science/Information Technology or equivalent
• 1 year experienced with software installation and configuration
• Have experienced with hardware configuration
• Have experienced with web application and web browser problem solving

The application deadline is August 7th 2015. All interested candidates should send their CV together with cover letter to: hr@pbhcam.org or submit a hard copy to PBH office on the 3rd floor, # 10, street 214, Sangkat Chey Chum Neas, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Women are encouraged to apply.

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