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Since our incorporation on 15th August 2007, we continue to strengthen our presence in Cambodia with a wide range of general insurance products. Campu Lonpac Insurance Plc is a joint-venture of Cambodian Public Bank Plc, Public Bank Berhad and LPI Capital Berhad in Malaysia. This strategic partnership taps on the strength of Cambodian Public Bank Plc’s wide distribution network and Lonpac Insurance Berhad’s expertise; making us one of the leading insurance companies in Cambodia. As we are striving for long-term growth, we are interested in enthusiastic and committed individuals with the caliber to assume the following position:
 

1. Sales and Marketing Officer (*)
2. Underwriting Clerk
3. Claims Officer
4. Driver
(* Based in Head Office {Phnom Penh}, Siem Reap Branch and Sihanoukville Branch


• Degree in related disciplines with preferably two years working experience. Fresh graduates are also encouraged to apply;
• Possess good command of spoken and written English. Ability to converse in Chinese and Japanese will be an added advantage;
• Computer literate;
• Highly motivated, team player, and able to work independently with minimal supervision;
• Able to work well under pressure and meet tight timelines; and
• Possess initiative, good interpersonal and communication skills.

Those interested are invited to submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae (CV) with expected salary as well as contact telephone number together with a non-returnable photograph to:
 

Human Resource
CAMPU LONPAC INSURANCE PLC.
7th Floor, Campu Bank Building, No. 23, Street 114, Sangkat Phsar Thmey II, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Please call us for more information
Tel: +855 23 966 966 / 998 200
E-mail: chan.thy@campulonpac.com.kh

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