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#4, St.105, Sk.Boeung Trabek, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
E-mail: camoffice@healol.com, Tel: 012 902 950
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT


Healol is an Established Multi-national Pharmaceutical Marketing firm with its head office in Malaysia. Healol is further expanding its operations in Phnom Penh and is seeking suitable and dynamic candidates for the following positions:

1. Sales Supervisors (Pharmaceuticals team)
- Should be a Medical Assistant / Doctor or Pharmacist
- Should have at least 3 years experience in Pharma industry as Medical Representative
- Good Communication Skill, Knowledge of English language
- Willing to work hard

2. Medical Representatives (for Phnom Penh & Province)
- Should be Fresh University graduates / Medical Assistant
- Experience in relevant field would be added advantage.
- Good Communication Skill
- Willing to work hard

Applicants for above post must have good communication skills in English. Salary, bonus and perks will be best in the industry. Candidates can submit their resume with recent photograph directly or by E-mail above. Only short listed candidates will be called for interview.

For more information please contact Mr. Diev Phech, Sales Manager 012 871 493
Closing date for applications: 10th September 2014

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