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HGB Group is a private local Cambodian investment and holding company specializing in automotive, F&B, retail and luxury goods by bringing internationally renowned brands to the country. Now we are looking for dynamic and qualified candidates to fulfill the following positions:

1/ General Manager 02 Positions (01Mazda, 01Kawasaki)
2/ Sales Manager 01 Position (KIA)
3/ Sales Supervisor (Outdoor) 04 Positions (Mazda)
4/ Sales Supervisor (Indoor) 01 Position (KIA)
5/ Marketing Manager 01 Position (Corporate)
6/ Events Marketing Manager 01 Position (Automotive)
7/ After Sales Service Manager 01 Position (Kawasaki)
8/ Sales Consultant (Outdoor) 08 Positions (Mazda)
9/ Sales Consultant (Outdoor) 01 Position (KIA)
10/ Sales Consultant (Indoor) 01 Position (KIA)
11/ Sales Consultant (Outdoor) 03 Positions (Kawasaki)
12/ Assistant Chairman 01 Position

How to apply: Interested candidates MUST send their current CV and Cover Letters with current photo of 4x6 to the e-mail:, Tel: 095 666 025 / 023 92 8888. For more information please visit our website Address: No. 37-39 Preah Monireth Blvd. Sangkat Veal Vong, Khan 7 Makara, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Note: All candidates must finish all their responsibilities and contract with their previous company before start working with HGB Group.

Closing date for applications: 30th November 2015

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