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EXCITING AND REWARDING CAREERS!

Borey Peng Huoth Group, a leading property development company, is currently looking for a number of qualified candidates for the below stated vacant positions.

We offer competitive salaries and benefits to the right candidates, which include 13th month salary, excellent annual bonus and salary increment, daily lunch, career development, and other performance rewards.
 

VACANT POSITIONS:

1. Marketing Manager 01 Position
2. Chief Teller 01 Position
3. Secretary 02 Position
4. Payroll Officer 02 Positions
5. Purchasing Manager 01 Position
6. Project Manager 01 Position
7. Training Supervisor 01 Position
8. Auditor - 02 Positions


HOW TO APPLY:
Interested applicants are invited to submit their updated CV, state the position applied for and attach their current photo (4x6) along with relevant documents to Borey Peng Huoth head office or by email.

■ Building #266, St.598, Sangkat Phnom Penh Thmey, Khan Sen Sok, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
■ Email: hr@penghuoth.com
■ Website: www.penghuoth.com
■ Tel: 011 557 314 / 098 521 666
 

DEADLINE: August 31,2016 - 05:00 PM

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