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Dewhirst (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. is a private company from United Kingdom established in 2011, offering job opportunities to people. The company is industry leaders in fashion design, development, sourcing and manufacturing, operating globally to deliver responsive, affordable solutions for its brand in Cambodia over five years. Its manufacturing facility in Cambodia employs 2,400 employees-workers, is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Rating and Pattern Marker – base in Phnom Penh.

Job Responsibilities/duties
♦ Analysis of specification
♦ Measurement of reference garments
♦ Creating first pattern on card or CAD
♦ Record feedback from sample machinist
♦ Adjust pattern by manipulation
♦ Creation of size chart and Digitizing
♦ Create pattern from specifications or sample garment in men’s tailored garments (Jackets, Trousers, waistcoats & overcoats)
♦ Develop the created pattern to a production pattern
♦ Make rating (Base size and size ratio)
♦ Improve Accunest ratings
♦ Establish and maintain a standard of performance for the operation
♦ Perform other tasks as needed.

♦ At least 5 years experiences in related field
♦ Good writing & speaking in English
♦ Good team player and self-motivation
♦ Able to work with tight deadline and sometimes under pressure
♦ Computer skills
♦ Good problem solving skills

Please submit your CV with recent photo to the following address:
Tuol Pong-ror Village, Sankat Chom Chao, Khan Porsenchey, Phnom Penh.
E-mail: or
Telephone: 023 96 96 21 – 096 282 7774 – 095 666 207

Closing Date: 10th June 2016

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