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HGB Auto Co., Ltd is now seeking for dynamic and qualified candidates to fulfill the following positions:

1-Marketing manager (Urgent)
• Bachelor’s degree in related field
• At least 5 yearsexperiences related to Automotive
• Age 20-35 years old

2-Marketing Executive (Urgent)
• Bachelor’s degree in related field
• At least 3 years experiences related to Automotive
• Age 20-35 years old

3-Sales Supervisor (Urgent)
• Bachelor degree or Master Degree is preferable
• at least 4 years experiences in sales, preferably in the field of Automotive Business
• Age between ( 25-35) years old
• Willing to develop knowledge in technical products
• Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills in English

4-Sales consultants (Many)
• Bachelor Degree of sales or marketing
• At least 3 years experiences in sales for automotive industry is preferable
• Age 20-35 years old

5-Admin officer
• Bachelor Degree Business of Administration
• 2 year Previous experience in related field
• Age 25 years old above

The deadline for applications is 30th of August 2014. Candidates interested in applying for the position should forward their CV’s together with a covering letter to: or submit a hard copy to #379, Russian Blvd, SangkatKakab, Khan Posenchey, Phnom Penh. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for interview. For more information please kindly contact to person Mr. Lok Sony: 095 666 048

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