CAMBREW LTD, the leading brewery in manufacturing and distributing beers in Cambodia: Angkor Beer, Carlsberg, Bayon, Black Panther, Klang, Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc - original beer brand from France, and pure drinking water Angkor Puro. We are now seeking qualified candidates to fill in the following position based in Phnom Penh:
VOLUNTEER STAFF -10 Posts
Role and Responsibilities:
■ Collecting, analyzing, and reporting all information/feedback from the market
■ Propose new concepts for products development, and then do presentation with raised up innovative ideas to the teams
■ Doing report on outlet visit for marketing activities needed to push the market
■ Doing research for market improvement and setting up marketing strategies as required
■ Any other duties will be assigned by the Company from time to time
■ Bachelor degree in any fields
■ High commitment toward job objectives
■ High Discipline, creative and innovative
■ Reliable, flexible, fast learner, and hard working
■ Fluent in Khmer & English speaking, reading and writing
■ Good interpersonal and communication skills, both in written and personal presentation
■ Monday - Friday
Morning 07:30 am -12:00 pm
Afternoon 01:00 pm-04:30 pm
Allowances and other benefits will be offered in volunteer duration. Interested applicants should obtain an official CAMBREW's application form, and full resume together with photocopies of certificate of diplomas, degrees and two recent passport size photographs (non-returnable) to:
Human Resources Department or the Receptionist of Cambrew Ltd, #1881, Russian Blvd, Phum Ta Ngoun, Sangkat Kakap, Khan Posenchey, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tel: (855) 23 987 905, Fax: (855) 23 997 408
Only short listed candidates will be called for interview.
Not later than 06th April 2016
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