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We are currently seeking for the qualified Cambodian candidates to fill following vacant position...


* Position Information:
1- Electrical Engineering Manager (02 positions)
2- Electrical Engineer (10 positions)
3- Civil and Structural Engineering Manager (02 positions)
4- Civil Engineer (10 positions)
5- Architecture (10 positions)
6- Assistant Finance Director (02 positions)
7- Assistant Vice President (02 positions, male only)
8- Administrative Supervisor (2 positions)
9- Marketing Supervisor (2 positions)
10- Marketing Officer (2 positions, female only)
11- Purchasing Supervisor (2 positions)
12- Purchasing Officer (2 positions)

* Salary and Benefit:
We provide candidates a better salary, 1 month salary for Chinese New Year bonus, 100% to 300% for annual incentive, uniform and lunch. Also we have a regular annual and after probation salary incensement (10% - 30%).

* How to apply:
Please submit your updated cover letter and CV, attach with current photo (4x6) to Borey Peng Huoth head office: Building #266, St.598, Sangkat Phnom Penn_Thmey, Khan Sen Sok. Phnom Penh. 092 77 99 32 / 098 896 777, hr@penghuoth.com

(The detail job description and requirement, www.boreypenghuoth. com)
Deadline: February 14, 2014, at 05:00pm




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