Job - Sales Executive (station in Guangzhou), Elec & Eltek
Elec & Eltek

Elec & Eltek, a public-listed corporation on the mainboards of Hong Kong Stock Exchange (Stock Code #1151) and Singapore Exchange Limited (Stock Code #E16). The Group is a major player in manufacturing and distribution of printed circuit boards (PCBs). The group currently employs around 10,000 employees, with manufacturing facilities in PRC and Thailand, and business liaison offices across the world. To cope with our business needs, we invite high caliber to join our team for long term career development.

Sales Executive (station in Guangzhou)

Job Ref.CT3108071-01#0003


  • Support new business development
  • Explore new business opportunity to achieve sales targets with customers
  • Frequently travel to overseas & different area of China
  • Station in Guangzhou in week days


  • Degree in related disciplines
  • 2 years' relevant working experience, preferably in PCB or electronic industry
  • Fluent in spoken and written English and Chinese (Mandarin)
  • Proficiency in PC knowledge & MS office (Word, Excel & PowerPoint)
  • Strong communication & negotiation skills
  • Able to work under pressure & eager to be business development personnel 

We offer good career prospects to the right candidates. Interested parties please forward CV with expected salary and availability via e-mail at

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  • 5-day week
  • Discretionary bonus
  • Insurance plan
  • Medical plan
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