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Alextoria Buildmart (Cambodia) Co., Ltd is a member of world-leading integrated solutions provider of building and decoration materials with one-stop product supply and one-stop product service. To cope with our rapid growth of construction business industry in Cambodia, we are looking for Sale Representatives for our Sale Dept.

Job Descriptions:
- Understand the construction industry markets
- Building new prospective clients
- Follow up and update customer relationship
- Report and determine customer needs
- Promote products and company’s activities
- Report daily activities to Sale and Marketing Manager

Job Requirements:
- At least one year experience or fresh graduates in Marketing are encouraged to apply
- Full Time
- Can speak English or Chinese is preferred
- Good communication and interpersonal skill
- Have knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Email
- High self-motivation
- Honest to work independently and team work.
- Have own transport

Interested candidate, please send CV to chhien.neak@Alextoriabuildmart.com, or contact via 012 990 905, for more detail.

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