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SAMSUNG CAREER OPPORTUNITY
Now we are looking for dynamic leaders to join our challenging market in Cambodia

Head of Marketing (Management Level)
• Male/ Female with Age above 35 years
• Master Degree in Marketing management or related fields
• Min 10 years in Marketing strategies/Brand Management/Brand Development
• Over 5 years of experiences in Management in managing marketing team
• Direct experience in ATL/BTL/ PR and Brand Management

Channel Manager-Consumer Electronics, Mobile phone and IT product (Many positions)
• Male/ Female Age 25-35
• At least Degree in Business Administration or related fields
• Min 5 years in Sales, Business Development, Channel development and Marketing Management

Head of B2B Channel (Management Level)
• Male/ Female with Age above 35 years
• Master Degree in Marketing management or related fields
• Min 10 years in B2B Channel, Project Channel with strong connection in vertical channel
• Over 5 years of experiences in management level
• Preferable from IT, Telecom, Network or related business

Product Marketing Manager
• Male/ Female Age 28-35
• At least Degree in Marketing management or related fields
• Min 5 years in Marketing/Brand Management, Product Marketing Channel Marketing and Marketing Management strategy

All positions required Local Nationality only which preferable from FMCG, Consumer Electronics or related Industry.

All interested candidates, please submit your updated resume, expected salary and a photograph to
E-mail: chutipan.a@samsung.com or tse.jobs@samsung.com


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