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- The detail of organization :
Name of Company: Toyoko Inn ( Cambodia).CO.,LTD
Mission: At Toyoko Inn, we are committed to making business hotel which are comfortable and easy to use as possible for everyone.

Area of business: There are established 247 branches of Toyoko Inn, all around Japan , Korea and the new branch is in Cambodia, address : Lot#11, Road 78 (Koh Pich Road), Sangkat Tonlebassak, Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh.

- Job Description :
• Position: Hotel general manager
• Location: Phnom Penh
• Schedule: Full-time

- Duties :
• Responsible for the planning of the pre-opening stage of the hotel such as:
  - Find, Pur chase equipment for the hotel operation
  - gathering  staffs for hotel
  - Liaise with public official to obtain any necessary approvals, permits with regards to hotel operation
  - Prepare and do all necessary works and efforts for the hotel opening operation
• The candidate shall go Japan for training to be general manager
• After hotel is opened , manage running of the daily operation of the hotel and all departments.

- Essential requirements:
• Good Japanese and English Speaker/ or Japanese
• Strong mind
• Not to tied to conventional idea and preconception about what hotel should be.
• Female applicant is encouraged

- Closing date:
• 30th November, 2014, 5:00pm.

- Apply to: Email : Kazunori.ohmichi@toyoko-inn.com (Japanese)
khan.rothtanakvattey@toyoko-inn.com (Khmer or English)
Tel: +855(0)92-233-700

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