Applications are sought from customer – orientated and motivated individuals who would like a career with CROWN Beverage Cans Maker, one of the world’s packaging leaders. Part of CROWN Asia operations, we are the manufacturing plant producing aluminum beverage cans and ends in Cambodia and now expanding a new Plant located in Phum Prey Sor Lech, Sangkat Prey Sor, Khan Dangkor, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia.
For the new Plant, we are looking for candidates of higher caliber to join us and to build a new local team that will provide world-class products and service to our international customer base. Qualified candidates are invited to apply for the following positions.
1. Production Manager
2. Shift Supervisor
3. Waste Water Treatment (WWT) Engineer
4. Print Prep Technician
5. Manufacturing Administrator
8. Electrical Supervisor
9. Shift Electrician
10. Engineering Manager
11. EHS (Environment, Health & Safety) Officer
12. Preventive Maintenance & Repair (PM&R) Engineer
13. General Plant Maintainer (GPM)
14. Toolroom Technician
15. QM Manager
16. QA Inspector
17. Logistics/Purchasing Manager
18. Warehouse Supervisor
19. Warehouse Admin Clerk
20. Forklift Driver
21. Store Supervisor
23. Adm/HR Manager
24. Adm/HR Officer
25. Administrative Secretary
26. IT Officer
28. Sales Manager
Details of each position are available at www.camhr.com
How to apply:
Since the new Plant is currently under construction, we would therefore request all interested candidates to submit their applications not later than 24 January 2016 to our 1st CROWN Plant, CROWN Beverage Cans (Cambodia) Limited with below address or email.
CROWN Beverage Cans (Cambodia) Limited
Veng Sreng Road, Phum Choam Chau, Sangkat Choam Chau, Khan Dangkor, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia
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