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The Phnom Penh Post is seeking a highly driven individual to take over as online editor for our English-language products.

The successful candidate will be passionate about digital journalism with proven experience working with a wide range of web technologies to present and promote content. Duties will include responsibility for ordering and promoting our daily news content in the early morning, contributing to and editing breaking news, and working with our developer and Khmer-language web team to improve our online platforms. The online editor will work closely with the editor-in-chief and multimedia team to increase the volume and quality of the Post's online journalism.

Minimum requirements:

A degree in journalism or communications.

At least one year's newsroom experience.

At least six month's experience working with a CMS configured for news.

The ability to write and edit content quickly to a professional news standard.

Strong familiarity with major social networking platforms and the analytical tools available to increase our penetration through these platforms.

Any type of coding ability or more general web development experience is a plus.

Any experience with video or radio production is a plus.

South East Asian regional knowledge is a plus.

Please send your application, including CV and relevant work samples, to Chad Williams, Editor in Chief, The Phnom Penh Post. Email: chad.williams@phnompenhpost.com

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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