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Two Laboratory Technicians for Malaria Research Unit

Two Laboratory Technicians for Malaria Research Unit

Deadline: April 7th, 2023


The Institut Pasteur du Cambodge (IPC) is a Cambodian non-for-profit research institution established in 1953, IPC is today a scientific research establishment declared of public utility placed under the high patronage of the Ministry of Health of the Kingdom of Cambodia and under the responsibility of the Institute Pasteur on the scientific and technical levels. The IPC is a member of the Pasteur Network, which brings together 33 institutes present on five continents. It shares the Pasteurian values and the ethical charter to which the Pasteur Institutes are bound. The IPC has more than 250 employees, including about 30 expatriates of 10 nationalities and includes 5 research units. It carries out research activities in health biology, public health and service activities (Medical Biology Laboratory, vaccinations and water and food analyses) and training.


The lnstitut Pasteur du Cambodge (IPC) is recruiting two full-time lab technicians to reinforce the Malaria Research Unit.


Recruitment conditions:

  • Technical diploma or certificate from institute or university
  • Fresh graduated accepted
  • Available to start in May 2023
  • The initial contract is offered for 1 year (renewable)

Main responsibilities:

  • Molecular biology
  • Cell biology
  • Application of Standard Operating Procedures developed and used in the unit
  • Application of waste disposal process

Candidate profile:

  • Bilingual English – Khmer
  • Receptive, meticulous, organized
  • Knowledge in laboratory skill
  • Computer knowledge

The complete application includes a cover letter – with salary expectations, copies of diplomas if any, work certificates, curriculum vitae with a recent photo, Identity Card photocopy – all certified documents to the originals – are to be sent to the Human Resources department of Institut Pasteur du Cambodge #5, Monivong Blvd, Phnom Penh or by email to: [email protected], phone number: 092 777 665.