Phnom Penh Autonomous Port (PPAP) is a public enterprise in the form of joint venture which was officially listed in Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) on December 9th, 2015. PPAP is an international port with two main roles: port authority and port operator.
In accordance to PPAP’s Article of Incorporation, the Board of Directors shall compose of 7 members and one of the directors shall be an independent director.
Therefore, PPAP would like to publicly announce that PPAP will start receiving the curriculum vitae (CV) of the candidates for the election of Independent Director to be held during the shareholder’s meeting for the 6th mandate for the duration of 3 years in June 2016.
1. Requirements and Qualifications of the candidates
Candidates as an Independent Director shall have the following requirements and qualifications:
1.1 Requirements of the candidates
♦ Shall not hold more than 1% of total shares of PPAP
♦ Shall hold a Master degree or other equivalent degrees in Accounting/Finance
♦ Shall be at least 35 years of age (at the submission date)
♦ Shall have at least 5 years working experience in Accounting and Finance
♦ Foreign candidate shall have at least 6 months experience working in Cambodia (at the submission date).
♦ Shall have never been punished in administrative punishment which is certified by his/her employer (letter to be submitted immediately after elected)
♦ Shall have never been declared bankruptcy by the court (letter to be submitted immediately after elected)
♦ Shall submit the Judicial Letter by Ministry of Justice of Cambodia which certify non-guilty in crime and/or misdemeanor (to be submitted immediately after elected)
1.2 Qualification of candidate selection
♦ Shall not be employed by PPAP during the last one (01) year
♦ Shall not have a relation with significant customer or supplier of PPAP
♦ Shall not have any contracts with PPAP, or with its senior officer
♦ Shall not have any relation with non-governmental organization or a non-profit association that received significant funding from PPAP
♦ Shall not be a family member of the person who was employed as director or general director or senior officer by PPAP during the last one (01) year.
♦ Shall not be the auditor, or currently be the auditor of PPAP during the last one (01) year.
♦ Shall not be the employee of PPAP or government officers.
2. Required documents for submission
♦ Curriculum Vitae attached with a photo (4x6cm) 1 Copy
♦ Cover letter 1 Copy
♦ Certified copy of Degrees 1 Copy
♦ Recommendation Letter 1 Copy
♦ Other documents deemed necessary
♦ Head of Audit Committee
♦ Review financial statement
♦ Review internal control
♦ Review internal and external auditing
♦ Report the committee’s activities to the board
♦ Head of Risk Management Committee
♦ Risk analysis (risk description), risk identification, risk prediction
♦ Risk evaluation
♦ Risk reporting
♦ Risk treatment
♦ Risk monitoring
♦ Other Requirement deemed necessary
♦ Monthly allowance
♦ Monthly fuel allowance
♦ Monthly lunch allowance
♦ Annual bonus
♦ Annual uniform allowance
♦ Other allowances for Khmer New Year and Pchum Ben day.
5. Date and Location for submission
♦ Submission date: April 27th,2016 during working hour (Morning: 8:00-12:00 & Afternoon: 13:00-17:00)
♦ Closing date: May 09th , 2016 at 17:00 PM
♦ Contact location and submission:
- Personnel/HR Department, second floor, Room 205 of PPAP Head office located at building 649, Preah Sisowath Quay (Street 1), Sangkat Sras Chork, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh.
- Or send to PPAP’s email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, please contact to Personnel/HR Department or contact via the following phone numbers: 010444387, 010 444 082, 010 444 367.
Please kindly be informed.
Ministry of Public Works and Transportation
Ministry of Economy and Finance
Securities and Exchange Commission of Cambodia
Cambodia Securities Exchange
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