Indigo International in Cambodia is currently looking for a speech therapist to join their team. Indigo is a multidisciplinary clinic based in Phnom Penh working with adults, children and families from a range of backgrounds, both expat and local, and with a wide range of difficulties.
You would join a team of psychologists, speech therapists and occupational therapists picking up an existing caseload from a therapist who is leaving. The work is paid sessionally so this would mean that you would be able to start with a good sized caseload and income. Sessional work also means that you are in charge of the hours you work and the size of caseload you would like to take on. The role can be very flexible and there is high demand so scope to develop any special interests as appropriate.
The start date is for January 2016 and applications will stay open for the next two weeks (until Sunday, November 29th). You will hear back soon after the application closing date.
To apply, please send a CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. Please send further questions or informal inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org, though please note Paula will be out of town from 23rd-29th due to a national holiday.
Some useful info for working in Cambodia:
Visa requirements and cost:
You are required to purchase a 30-day visa when entering Cambodia. There are two visas available–the tourist visa ($30) or the ordinary visa ($35) both good for 30 days, both single entry visas. If planning to work in Cambodia, get the ordinary visa as this one can be extended for as long as you like.
To renew your visa, go to a local travel agency (we went to the Air Asia office). There are several options for visa renewal and prices vary based on where you go:
1-month extension– $50
3-month extension-$80 (we went with this option for our extra 2 months in Cambodia as it worked out to be cheaper than getting two 1-month extensions.
6 and 12-month extensions also available (do not recall exact prices but was $100+). The 6 and 12-month visa extension options provide multiple entry into Cambodia whereas the 1 and 3-month extensions are single-entry visas. So if you plan to work in Cambodia for a long time and travel around Asia, go with the 6 or 1-month extension as it will be a cheaper and more relaxed option.
DON’T FORGET PASSPORT PHOTOS! You will need these for the arrival and renewal visas!