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Tata International is seeking enthusiastic, experienced and capable individuals to join our team in Cambodia for the following roles:

1. Sales Manager, Agricultural Machinery : 1 position
2. Assistant Manager/Channel Sales, Agricultural Machinery : 2 positions
3. Sales Executives, Agricultural Machinery : 3 positions
4. Service Technicians, Agricultural Machinery : 3 positions

Requirements:
- Technical knowledge of the domain and functional expertise;
- Communication skills in spoken and written English and Khmer;
- Team player and ability to cope with competing demands and prioritize tasks;
- Understanding of heavy equipment products would be an added advantage and
- Computer literacy in MS Office is a plus.

The successful candidate will receive a competitive salary based on relevant qualification and experience. This position will require extensive travel to provinces in and around Cambodia.

Contact Details:

Ms. Henglita Van | henglita.van@tatainternational.com
For more details please contact 023 432 250 or 016 999 054 between 8am and 5pm.

Applications should include a CV accompanied with a covering letter outlining the candidate's interest in and suitability for the position with recent photo and expected salary.

TATA SOUTH EAST ASIA (CAMBODIA) LIMITED
# 278H, National Road 6A, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia


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