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TRIUMPH INTERNATIONAL (VIETNAM) LTD. is a 100% foreign-invested company leading in men’s and women’s undergarment industry. We are looking for talents who love challenges and have passion for development along with our organization development.

MANAGEMENT TRAINEE
RESPONSIBILITIES Triumph Management Trainee Program is the program to recruit fresh graduates majored in Sales & Marketing, Commerce, Business Administration with good study result and develop them to hold key positions for our expansion project in Vietnam. In 2013, we plan to recruit: + 2 Management Trainees for Sales & Marketing Office in Hochiminh and Ha Noi REQUIRED SKILLS 1. Education & Experiences Bachelor Degree or Master on Sales & Marketing, Commerce, Business Administration or other related major with Good mark; Proficient in good English speaking and writing. Foreign language may be needed for future development Computer literate with knowledge of Microsoft Office, Lotus Notes, and Access Database Management will be an advantage Having some experience in Sales & Marketing is preferable

2. Skills  Strategic thinking, analytical and problem solving skills Well-organized, motivated, detail, careful and teamwork spirit  Good communication skill, able to maintain good relationship with colleagues at all levels  Patience, devotion, high integrity  Good looking, passion to grow fast, scarify time to grow big in the future 3. Working location - HCM Office: 21st Floor, Melinh Point Tower, No. 2 Ngo Duc Ke street, Dist 1 (during the training course from 3 - 6 months) - North Branch Office: 53 Quang Trung street, Hai Ba Trung District, Ha Noi (permanent working after training) Please send your application for job and resumes in English with recent photograph (Half-length &full-length portrait), copies of diploma, certificates to vy.tran@triumph.com…...

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