Precision Cars Cambodia Limited - The Official Porsche Importer & Distributor in Cambodia - is currently offering the following positions:
1) Senior Marketing & PR Executive, Vacancy No.: PCCL-SMP 2016-001
2) Customer Relationship Executive, Vacancy No.: PCCL-SM-2016-002
3) Senior Service Advisor & Service Marketing Executive, Vacancy No.: PCCL-AS-2016-003
4) Junior Parts & Warranty Assistant, Vacancy No.: PCCL-AS-2016-004
Precision Cars (Cambodia) Ltd. (PCCL) is a new company established in June 2013. PCCL is exclusively responsible for the importation and distribution of Porsche Cars and Products in the Kingdom of Cambodia. It belongs to one of the largest motor trading groups in Asia.
Degree in respective Job applied for, or equivalent experience.
3 years in-depth working experience within the automotive industry or equivalent experience.
Good understanding of Sales, Marketing and After Sales Business Fields.
Fluent in Khmer and English, written and spoken.
Optional: Chinese & German language skills welcome.
Excellent Computer skills (Microsoft Office & Apple iOS products).
Presentation-, Management- and training skills.
Dynamic, confident, self-motivated team player.
Able to work independently.
Full mobility (Car & Moto driving licence).
Level of position By individual arrangement.
Duration of Assignment: Unlimited.
Precision Cars (Cambodia) Ltd. is offering tremendous opportunities to grow together with the company for the right candidate and to work for the most successful sports car manufacturer world-wide. Therefore, Porsche is looking for people with passion and zest for the brand and the products. Interested?
Please send your application letter, including full personal details, work experience and track records, contact details, current photography and expected salary (all files must be in PDF format) to:
Precision Cars (Cambodia) Ltd.
Porsche Centre Phnom Penh
#235 Russian Federation Blvd.
Sangkat Ka Kab, Khan Porsenchey
Phnom Penh 12406
Kingdom of Cambodia
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