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JOB OPPORTUNITY


Shinhan Khmer Bank offers a competitive remuneration and benefits, a performance-based culture that stimulates growth. For our new branch expansion, we are now seeking qualified candidate to fill the following position:

Location: Head Office & Branches

Job title:
1. Branch Managers 2 positions (URGENT)
Responsibilities
- Monitor the banking operation of the branch and ensure that all activities run smoothly and within prescribed time and budgets.
- Promote the sales of banking products by demonstrating and coaching the customers on the usage.

2. IT Technical Coordinator 1 position (URGENT)
Responsibilities:
- Assist to update IT, ATM Manuals, and keep on the latest update on Bank’s IT Policy.
- Provides daily, weekly and monthly report to superior.

3. Accountant 1 position (URGENT)
Responsibilities
- Declare monthly invoice, salary and NBC report.
- Handle other admin tasks assign by management.

4. Credit Analyst 1 position (URGENT)
Responsibilities
- Analyze credit data and financial statement to determine the degree of risk involved in extending credit or lending money.
- Evaluate customer records and recommend payment plans.

How to apply:
Interested candidates shall submit only CV with recent photograph (4X6 cm) & cover letter to address, #277, Norodom Blvd, Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh (Next to Ministry of Interior), or email to vailit2012@yahoo.com (Hard paper is preferable).

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