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Branch Office of
KOLON GLOBAL CORP.


1. Requirement
• English : Fair such as Excellent for read & writing , Better than good for listen & talk
• Work experience : 10 years or less for Construction company or Government technical officier work
• Healthful Physical & Mental condition
• Married and living with Family
• None of criminal record : shall be proved by document

2. Advantaged experience as our requirement
• International Bidding for Infrastructural Construction project (Information & preparation of Bidding document)
• Foreign company experience 5years or more (especially Korean company)
• Knowledge about Law or Regulation of Cambidia Tax or Construction affair or Labour and trainning
• Understanding document & letters related with construction project (Engineering word meaning)

3. POSITION and ROLE : Assistant Manager

4. Expected Salary and Providing Affairs
• For 1’st Year : around 800USD/month (But, initial provisional 2(two) months = 70% of Regular Salary)
• For next year, can be increased as per evaluated ability (max. 10% per year)
• Working time : Standard regulation as per Cambodia law
• Social insurance and any supporting affair by company : based on Regulation in Cambodia
• Working uniform (2sets/year) and supporting mobile phone top-up cost partially
• Any others providing from head office Korea (such as Diary, Calendar, rewarding bonus if have)

5. Submission and contact point
• CV (or resume) as including detail experience and ability
• by Email : tmpapa2002@gmail.com
• by Post : B-Ray Tower 8 floor, No. 166 St. 41 Norodom, Sangkat Tonle Basac, Khan Chamkarmom, Phnom Penh.

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