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The Phnom Penh Post is looking to hire a full-time software developer to expand our team. The right candidate will work with us to grow our online presence and innovate news delivery in Cambodia.

The successful candidate will have the following skills and experience:

- Minimum 2 years experience with LAMP development
- Fluency in HTML, CSS and JavaScript (jQuery)
- Comfortable in command-line Linux, OSX or alt. POSIX

- Drupal (development) experience is a plus
- Experience with Git is a plus
- Experience with API integration and OAuth is a plus
- Experience with other programming languages is a plus
- Participation in open source projects is a plus
- Idling IRC is a plus

Remuneration will be based on your experience. Interested applicants should send code examples along with resumes to code@phnompenhpost.com

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