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JOB VACANCY


Position : Assistant to Rubber Expert (Executive Assistant)
Location : Head office, Phnom Penh

Job Responsibilities
• Assist andprovide daily secretarial and administrative support
• Assist in translation and interpretation related document from Khmer to English and vice versus
• Collect related information and others as required by the expert
• Prepare and organize some tasks such as logistic arrangement, hotels, meetings, travels, mails, etc.
• Perform other duties as assigned by the expert

Requirement
• Hold bachelor degree in business administration, English or related fields
• At least 3 year experience in organizational issues, translation/interpretation, report, presentation or related fields
• Disciplined self-starter, creative thinking, analysis, good personality reporting and communication
• Be confortable in written and oral presentation
• Knowledge of English and MS office(work, excel and PowerPoint)
• Can travel and be willing to work under pressure and be flexible, result-oriented, entrepreneurial and reliable

Interested applicants should submit CV with 4 x 6 photo and cover letter with expected salary to email: hr@somagroup.com.kh no later than 5.00 PM June 20, 2014.

Contact:
Soma Group Co., Ltd
Telephone: 023 722 250, Email: hr@somagroup.com.kh
Address: 3rd floor SOMA TOWER #2C, Street 120, S/K PhsarThmey II, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. www.somagroup.com.kh.

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