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CACPMCo., Ltd is Construction Project Management Company nearly open at 5F Phnom Penh Tower; is seeking for a talented and dynamic person to fill the position of Marketing Construction Management.

• Minimum Bachelor in Construction & Development marketing or related field.
• At least 3 years work experience related to the following:
 - Construction Marketing
 - Real Estate Development
 - Construction Planning
• Business network with local and foreign company or organization.
• Able to work under pressure with dynamic tasks
• Excellent in English, Khmer and Chinese will be preferable (Speaking, Writing, listening)
• Good communication and interpersonal skills
• Computer literacy (MS. Word/Excel, Internet & E-mail, PowerPoint, AutoCAD will be preferable).
• Must be honest, committed, responsible, strong customer services mind, willing to work hard, self-motivate and confident, be able to work as a team.

Interested applicants meeting the above requirements please submit a copy of CV along with cover letter, and other necessary documents to 5F of PhnomPenh Tower #445, Monivong Blvd or Contact to Ms. Leakena Tel: 092 721 306 E-mail: Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview. Application deadline is 13th of March 2015.

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