The Phnom Penh Post is seeking an intern to work with our web editor in a role that includes posting content, optimising that content for web and promoting content on social media.
This is not a reporting position. It is part-time with flexible hours although working on Saturdays is a requirement. The duration of the internship will be three months.
The successful applicant will be heavily engaged in a broad spectrum of social media platforms, have a keen interest in digital journalism and have a strong understanding of journalistic ethics and general principles.
Any additional skills in multimedia production or web development will be considered a bonus but not essential.
Interested applicants should send a CV and brief cover letter to email@example.com
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