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CPL CAMBODIA PROPERTIES LIMITED was found in 1997 by means of collaboration between Khmer and American and by combining in depth Khmer knowledge of the local property market with  an international standard approach to the management, marketing, property valuation, and appraisal, and with superior customer services. By always giving our customers the best services and  widest choice of listing, we have become the largest and the most professional real estate company in Cambodia.

Due to our growth, we are looking for qualified candidates with dynamic performance to join our team in 05 positions for "Sales Representative" and 01 position for "Accounting Clerk".

Requirement 05 Sale Representative
- Experience in Real Estate Industry.
- Good English and Chinese both writing and speaking in command will bean asset.
- Have their own vehicle (car is preferred).
- Motivate, Responsible, Honest and hard working people.
- Good communications skills.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office applications including Outlook, Word Excel and Photoshop.
- Strong commitment and good characteristic will be considered.

Requirement (01 Accounting Clerk)
- Still in University or just graduate
- Can speak and write English
- Prepare some documents
- Call to collect money
- Have their own mortor
- Responsible, Honest and hand working people.
- Good communications skills.
- Can use Microsoft Work, Excel, QuickBooks and Peachtree.
- Strong commitment and good characteristic will be considered.

How to apply
Interested applicants should submit CVs with recent photo to Human Resource Department CPL Cambodia Properties Limited
#20B, St 294/21, SangkatTonle Bassac, Chamkamorn, Phnom Penh,
023 213 666/ 023 215 533 or by e-mail: .
Do not attach copy certificate via mail. The only short-list candidates will be contact for interview.

Closing date: April 10,2014 at 5:00pm

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