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We are a leading consultancy firm in Cambodia providing high quality professional advisory services in any field related to audit, accounting, tax, company secretarial and corporate finance. Our firm is currently affiliated with numerous international consulting firms, and we are looking for highly responsible, self-motivated and results driven individuals to fill up the following job vacancy.

Account Assistant/Senior Account Executive
Number of Position: 3
(Cambodia - Phnom Penh)

• Candidate must possess at least a minimum Diploma/ Bachelor Degree in Finance/Accounts/ Economics or any relevant field.
• 0 - 2 years working experience in relevant fields.
• Fresh graduates and CAT Students are encouraged to apply.
• Candidate must possess good English ability in both writing and conversation and knowledge of Chinese language is an advantage.

Suitable candidates are invited to write in the resume to the following contact person for excellent personal growth and development opportunity. Note: Candidates must attach with the current photo in their CV.

Contact Person : Ms. SothyDarinoch
H/P : 012 856 006
Tel : 023 987 100
Email :
Address : #87, St. 294, BoeungKeng Kong I, Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh
Closing date : 28 February, 2014

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