PPAWS is actively seeking a qualified Veterinary Surgeon to work full time at our clinic in Phnom Penh. Situated in the middle of bustling and vibrant Phnom Penh, your day may consist of dealing with local monks to manage the animals in and around the pagodas. Alternatively, you may find yourself on one of our outreach missions to local villages or helping with our Mission Rabies partner.
For details of the role and package please refer to the following PDF document overview (click below and it will open in a new window):
We are looking for a Practice Manager for our clinic in Phnom Penh. This is a full time role which includes managing the veterinary clinic, assisting in the organisation of PPAWS Missions around Cambodia, and supporting the adoption and foster of our rescue dogs and cats.
For details of the responsibilities and requirements please refer to the following PDF document overview (click below and it will open in a new window):
Vets Beyond Borders and have been an amazing partner, helping us with volunteers and training programmes. We’re also to be a beneficiary of their new VetTrain programme this year, which we’ve invited other local organisations to come and benefit from as well. If you’re a member (or a qualified Vet or Clinicla Nurse), and can help PPAWS out in anyway we’d love to hear from you!
Whether you’re a local business who could host an event, or a school who could plan a fun, fundraising activity, any kind of charity drive will go a long way towards helping us achieve our goals and organise more missions. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have an idea for an event, and we’ll help out in anyway we can.
Similarly, even if you are not able to be hands-on in person, we are also very interested to discuss how anyone with marketing or fund raising skills can help promote PPAWS on social media and other digital channels. We are constantly seeking funding to help us grow our capabilities, so if you feel you can help us achieve this locally or in your home country or, internationally then again, please do get in touch.
Being able to visually show the work we do is important. If you’re in Cambodia and have photography and/or video making skills, these would be a great help in promoting our missions and encouraging donations. If you can accompany our team on a mission or even help out at our Phnom Penh clinic, we’d love to hear from you!