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The Phnom Penh Post is an independent media company in Cambodia and is seeking a fulltime qualified candidate to fill a position as follows:
 
Receptionist: 1 position
 
Duties and responsibilities:

• Warmly greet clients / visitors with pleasant smile.
 
• Deliver mail and faxes to staffs when required.
 
• Purchas kitchen supplies
 
• Answer main phone line.
 
• Keep office common area neat and organized
 
• Serve as liaison between staff and housekeeping service
 
• The ability to communicate effectively and work collaboratively with staff members.
 
• Filing, copying, and scanning as needed for the newsroom, or Human Resource Dept.
 
Job requirements:
• Any certificates related field
 
• Experience in related filed
 
• Good in Khmer and English, Speaking and Writing
 
• Pleasant personality , positive attitude and open minded
 
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
 
• Self confident and hardworking
 
• Computer literacy -MS word, Excel
 
Interested candidates are requested to submit a covering letter, expected salary and detailed CVs with current photos, not later than 5:00 p.m. of September 1, 2014 to Human Resources & Administration Department.
 
Present address: Phnom Penh Center, building F,Unit:888, 8th floor, Corner Sihanouk & Sothearos Blvd, Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh.
 
Tel: +855- (0) 23 214 311-17
Fax: +855-(0)23-214 318
E-mail: jobs@phnompenhpost.com
www.phnompenhpost.com
 
Post Media Co., Ltd is an equal opportunity employer. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview. Application documents will not be returned.

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