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The Phnom Penh Post is seeking a part-time Siem Reap correspondent to produce news for the Siem Reap Insider section of the Post Weekend.


The role will involve generating and writing several news, lifestyle and human interest articles each week in partnership with a locally based Cambodian reporter.


The successful applicant will have some newspaper or magazine writing experience, produce clean, publishable copy in a newspaper style and be able to take good quality photographs to accompany the stories.


A deep understanding of and contacts within Siem Reap will be necessary to do the job.


Applications to william.jackson@phnompenhpost.com by April 8.


Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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