Applications are sought from customer – orientated and motivated individuals who would like a career with one of the world’s packaging leaders, CROWN Beverage Cans (Cambodia) Limited. Part of CROWN Asia operations, we are a manufacturing plant producing aluminum beverage cans & ends in Cambodia.
We are looking for candidates of higher caliber to join us and to build a local team that will provide world-class products and service to our international customer base. Qualified candidates are invited to apply for the position of Production Planner with CROWN Beverage Cans (Cambodia) Limited.
• Update sales forecast on weekly basis;
• Generate production work order to the production department based on sales forecast;
• Correspond with customers on daily basis to generate daily delivery schedule to warehouse for shipping;
• Prepare weekly sales report by customer for submission to AP Office;
• Review the STL system to ensure that finished goods are shipped on FIFO basis;
• Support in sales administrative matters, i.e. credit note; and follow up on non-returns of packaging materials
• Certification in business administration
• Minimum two to three years working experience in relevant fields;
• Good written and spoken English;
• Conscientious, highly motivated with excellent organizational, interpersonal and communications skills;
• Proficient in the use of Microsoft application.
• Female are highly encouraged to apply
Interested applicants meeting the above requirements shall submit your resume and cover letter to the following email or address no later than 8 February 2015.
CROWN Beverage Cans (Cambodia) Limited
Veng Sreng Road, Phum Choam Chau, Sangkat Choam Chau, Khan Posenchey, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia
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