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Career Opportunities in Sihanoukville


Applications are sought from customer – orientated and motivated individuals who would like a career with one of the world’s packaging leaders, CROWN Beverage Cans Sihanoukville Limited. Part of CROWN Asia operations, we are a manufacturing plant producing aluminum beverage cans & ends in Cambodia.

In this regard we are looking for candidates of suitable caliber to join us and to build a local team that will provide world-class products and service to our international customer base. Qualified candidates are invited to apply for the following positions.

1. Shift Supervisor
2. Production Group Leader
3. Preventive Maintenance & Repair (PM&R) Engineer
4. Electrician
5. Toolroom Technician
6. Machinist
7. Technician

Detailed duties and requirements of each position are available on CAMHR.

Interested applicants meeting the above requirements should submit their resume with cover letter specifying the applied position no later than 19 February 2016 to the following address. Applications are encouraged to apply thru below address or email.

A. Email: HR-Sihanoukville@crowncork.com.sg
B. CROWN Beverage Cans Sihanoukville Limited
National Road No. 4, Phum No. 1, Sangkat No. 1, Sihanoukville.

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