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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT


CAMBREW LTD, the leading brewery in manufacturing and distributing beers in Cambodia: Angkor Beer, Angkor Stout, Klang, Black Panther, and pure drinking water Angkor Puro. Currently, we have brought in the premium quality beers from Europe to manufacture and distribute such as Carlsberg, Tuborg, Kronenbourg Blanc K1664,  Somersby and Asahi. We are now seeking qualified candidates to fill in the following positions:
 

No. Position Location
1 Promotion Assistant Phnom Penh
2 Sales Coordinator Phnom Penh
3 Merchandizer Phnom Penh
4 Channel Executive Phnom Penh
5 Marketing Coordinator Phnom Penh
6 PA Supervisor Phnom Penh

 
Competitive salary and other benefits will be offered based on qualifications and experiences.

Interest applicants shall have a walk-in interview every Thursday and Friday at 02:00pm at the company's head office by bringing along with their CVs together with photocopies of certificate of diplomas, degrees, and two recent passport size photographs, or the applicants shall submit their resume (non-returnable) to:
 

Human Resources Department or the Receptionist of Cambrew Ltd,
Not later than 05th November 2016

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