The Trade Section ("MATRADE Phnom Penh") under the Embassy of Malaysia based in Phnom Penh City would like to announce the post of Marketing Officer of MATRADE Phnom Penh will be vacated by Mr Thorn Sarorn from 31 October 2013.
Mr. Thorn Sarorn, has no longer held the rights or the authorities as a Local Recrutted Staff (LRS) of MATRADE to represent MATRADE in Cambodia to contact or communicate with local businesses from 31 October 2013.
MATRADE has conducted recruitment for the post of Marketing Officer from 7>h to 8,h November 2013.
The New Marketing Officer is expected to be employed from 15th November 2013 to represent MATRADE in conducting Public Relation activities, promoting MATRADE and developing market for Malaysian products and services.
The New Marketing Officer of MATRADE Phnom Penh will be introduced to local authorities, organizations and companies in the next announcement.
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