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Career Opportunity

F.U.G.I GOLD is the worldwide company which its’ offices in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Laos, China, Japan, Europe, it is a member of Jakarta Future Exchange and now is in Cambodia. Due to the subsequent growth, in the time being we are looking for the high qualify motivated Cambodian National to fill in the following positions.

Management Trainee: 5 positions
• High school or university degree
• Age 20-30 years old
• None or limited working experiences
• Clear career orientation
• Good vision and leadership potential
• Willing to work hard and learn new things
• Willing to work independently or as a team
• Good interpersonal skills
• Very good communication in both written and spoken English
• Knowledge of computer literacy is a must
• Must be a fast learner

Application Information
•Interested applicants please submit CV and Cover letter to address below, only short-listed candidate will be contact for interview

Contact Detail
• Name : HR Department
• Address : Phnom Penh Tower 16 th Floor, Monivong Blvd. Phnom Penh, Cambodia
• Contact : Tel: (855) 23 96 4444 / 011 69 56 56 Fax: (855) 23 96 4449
• E-mail :
• Website :

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