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JOB OPPORTUNITIES
IN THE FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES INDUSTRY


Established in Cambodia, GOLDEN FX LINK (CAMBODIA) CO., LTD. was the first Company being awarded a license to trade derivatives products by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Cambodia (SECC). We strive to provide the best Gold and Forex trading platform and experience to our clients with utmost professionalism, expertise and integrity.

WHY JOIN US?
Being the first company given the license to trade derivatives products in Cambodia, the opportunities for you at this Company are endless. The market is big enough for everyone and the products and training will fulfill your knowledge appetite. Our Company offers you prospects for a truly rewarding career where you can receive training and guidance from foreign experts and also derive satisfaction from working together with smart and supportive people on challenging and innovative tasks. The Company is the perfect partner to realise your dreams.

Position Number of Vacancies Remuneration
Financial Consultant 300 Up to USD3,000
Customer Service Officer 20 Up to USD1,000
Risk Management Officer 20 Up to USD1,000
Assistant Marketing Manager / Manager 10 Up to USD2,000
Administration Officer 10 Up to USD1000
Chinese / Khmer Translator 8 Up to USD1,200


Kindly e-mail your updated resume, educational certificates and relevant certificates on your achievement recognition (if any) to Ms Van Srey Touch at hr@goldenfxlink.com before June 15, 2016. You may also contact Ms Van Srey Touch by telephone if you have any questions (Tel: 016-231100 & 023-722722). Only shortlisted candidates are invited for interview. Our Company is located at Golden Tower, No. 158-166, Street 215, Sangkat Veal Vong, Khan 7 Makara, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

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