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WANTED FOR IMMEDIATE RECRUITMENT – LOCATION KAMPOT
1. Purchasing/Cost Assistant

Male/Female
Degree/Diploma in Accounting, Fresh Graduates encouraged to apply
Salary with food and accommodation: Minimum: $400
Located in Province - KAMPOT

2. Driver
Spoken English
Valid Driving License. Experience in off road driving in automatic gear and manual gear vehicles
Located in Province - KAMPOT

3. Finance Assistant
Male/Female
Degree/Diploma in Accounting, Fresh Graduates encouraged applying
Salary with food and accommodation: Minimum: $300
Located in Province – KAMPOT

4. Personal Assistant
Female Preferred, Males will be considered.
Cambodian/Expats
Fluent Spoken/Written English, Spoken Khmer and ability to translate
Expats with these credentials can apply
University Degree/Diploma Holder in Management
Location – KAMPOT
Salary with food and accommodation: Minimum: $600 (NEG based on experience and credentials)

All positions have one months’ probation followed by one year contract with extension subject to performance

Insurance and Medical Benefits

Qualified and interested applicants send CV with full particulars to: vgplantations@gmail.com / info@virtusgreen.com .
Closing date: 12th July 2015.
Only shortlisted candidates who fulfil the above criteria will be called for interview with possibility of immediate employment.

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