Veterinary Service Manager – Swine – Asia
Published: 20 October 2016
Our client, a global leader in the development of quality animal health pharmaceuticals has an opportunity for a talented and experienced Veterinary Service Manager to join their regional Swine team in Asia. With strong technical acumen, the successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and a good understanding of swine farming.
Reporting to the Marketing Manager Swine Asia located in Kuala Lumpur, this position involves extensive travel across the Asian region. This position is ideally based in Kuala Lumpur, however alternative locations in Asia will be considered for the right candidate.
If you are looking to take the next step in your technical career with an established global company renowned for valuing its staff, click here to apply online referencing VRN-0581 ensuring you include a cover letter outlining your suitability for the role.
For a confidential discussion, please contact Simone Fitzsimon on + 61 439 242 452 or email@example.com
A competitive package will be negotiated with the successful candidate commensurate with skills and experience. Please note only applicants who meet the above criteria will be contacted.
The Aicila Group Pty Ltd (also known as Aicila Recruitment) is a proven leader in executive level headhunting, talent management & consultancy services within the Animal Health / Nutrition, Food Production and Veterinary sectors across the Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa. Our primary focus is these regions and we also provide solutions to organisations in other countries around the world. We specialise in executive placement at the local, regional and global level and deliver exceptional candidates for all functions of business within our designated sectors, ranging from Strategy, Sales, Marketing, Technical, R&D and Regulatory roles. For more info, go to www.aicila.com
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