Search form

Login - Register | FOLLOW US ON

Logo of Phnom Penh Post newspaper Phnom Penh Post - Insurance Specialist

Manulife Financial is a leading Canada-based financial services group with principal operations in Asia, Canada and the United States. In 2014, we celebrate 127 years of providing clients strong, reliable, trustworthy and forward-thinking solutions for their most significant financial decisions.

To support the growth of our business in Cambodia, we are seeking for qualified and dynamic individuals to join us as:

Insurance Specialist (15 positions based in Phnom Penh)
The Insurance Specialist is responsible for providing life insurance solutions to Bank's clients.

Main Duties:
■ Work closely with branch sales and service teams to provide innovative product solutions to address client's protection, and long-term saving needs
■ Strengthen the long-term relationships with clients by providing excellent customer service
■ Perform other tasks as required.

Skills/ Requirements:
■ Senior year students in the final semester of study are preferred and/ or Bachelor degree in related field
■ Work experience in bancassurance sales is highly preferred for this position but those with sales and customer service experience gained from banking, transport, pharmaceutical, FMCG, hospitality and IT industries are also encouraged to apply
■ Must be self-driven and highly motivated

A Rewarding Career!
Compensation package includes basic salary, employee benefits, and potential local and overseas travel privileges.

How to apply:
Send a cover letter and a copy of CV to us at: cambodia_opportunity@manulife.com or call us at 023 965 965. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

www.manulife.com.kh
Closing Date: Till filled

Latest Video

Cambodia's last tile masters: Why a local craft is under threat

Brought over by the French, painted cement tile making has been incorporated into Cambodian design for more than a century, even as the industry has died out in Europe.

Interview: Loung Ung, author of First They Killed My Father

The story of Loung Ung and her family’s suffering under the Khmer Rouge became known around the world with the success of her autobiographical book, First They Killed My Father.

Setting up a drone for flight. Photo supplied

How Cambodia's first drone company is helping farmers

SM Waypoint claims its unmanned aerial vehicles can help local farm and plantation owners increase their yields.