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Amrita Performing Arts produces works of contemporary dance and theater that tour nationally and internationally. We work with a company of 18 classically trained dancers to explore the  evolution of contemporary Cambodia dance. Amrita is also one of the leading production companies, producing festivals, performances and tours for a variety of other organizations within  Cambodia and internationally. We are currently seeking experienced and motivated full time nationals to join our team as Project Manager and Communications Officer.

Position title: Project Manager
Salary: $300 - $500 based on experience
Responsible for the planning, development and delivery of all creative projects, including but not limited to workshops  and performances.

Position title: Communications Officer
Salary: $ 150 - $300 based on experience
Responsible for the planning, development and delivery of Amrita Performing Arts' internal and external communications including event promotion, website, newsletters, design and social media.

Closing date for both positions is 26th May 2014
Job descriptions and an application form are available at https://www.dropbox.eom/sh/aydzrbo7whqvqsv/GAJsOMTOkM
Applicants should fill in the application form and send it to
Please note, CVs sent without an application form will not be considered, Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

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