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Although CCT does not accept short-term unskilled volunteers, from time-to-time we do we require the assistance of skilled professionals to help with project consultations and capacity building. Right now we’d love to hear from:

  • Salesforce Superstars
  • Web and IT Gurus
  • Digital Marketing/Social Media Professionals.

But we’re also keen to hear from other professionals as well. Express your interest below and let us know how you can help!

Current availabilities:

Please send all queries and applications to unless otherwise specified on the position description. While CCT greatly appreciates all applications, due to limited resources we are currently only able to contact shortlisted applicants.

IT Officer (Urgent)

CCT is seeking for a qualified Cambodian to fill the positions of IT Officer. These positions will be based in the Cambodian Children’s Trust (CCT) office at Battambang Province, and at Monivong and Samdach Ouv high school in Battambang.

Click here to learn more about the position.

Social Worker

CCT is looking for a social work with strong communication skill and the ability to work with children and families.

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Translator- Social Work Specific

CCT is looking for a talented translator with social work specific skills to join our community outreach project in Battambang.

Click here to learn more about the position.

Human Resources (HR) Assistant

CCT is looking for a positive person with the desire to kick-start their career in HR.

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Administration Officer

CCT is looking for a highly organised and efficient individual with strong administration experience.

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CCT strictly adheres to all Cambodian Labour Law requirements, ensuring fair working conditions and wages. Our employment policies make sure our staff have their public holidays, maternity and paternity leave, breast-feeding breaks for mothers, sick and personal leave, overtime/time off in lieu procedures and uphold best practice in order to take good care of our team and ensure their worker’s rights are upheld.

We value transparency, have work permits for our foreign staff members and pay all required taxes in Cambodia.   We also cover local insurance for injuries that occur in the workplace, ensuring our team of more than 90 hard-working Cambodian people have security for their families.