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WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

 

ADDCON - Technical Application Manager - Pakistan and Middle East

 

 

ADDCON Asia Ltd, the Hongkong based subsidiary of the German ADDCON GmbH is growing its local presence in South Asia.

 

Leading the innovation in Green Chemistry is our goal, cooperation with our global partners is the way to achieve it.

 

Hence, R&D, product management and technical support in the application of our products is very important to support the success of our customers and the success of the group of companies.

 

Now we are looking for a Technical Application Manager - Pakistan and Middle East.

 

The ideal candidate has a university degree with a background in veterinary medicine, in animal science and/or animal nutrition. We are looking for a proactive, market oriented person with a drive to work with the farming/feed milling industry and a proven record in the market.

 

As a Technical Application Manager you will be supporting our customers in the region in all questions related to the application of our silage additives, feed preservatives and feed additives. More information on the product range you can find at http://www.addcon.com/en/feed

 

After an intensive training with the respective team members in Asia and Europe you will be working from a home-office.

 

We offer you a challenging position within an international team. You will be required to support the customers in the region in technical questions and you will support the sales team of our local partners. In addition, you will be the link between the Addcon R&D team and the market.

 

If you think that you can support the team with your technical knowledge in a hands on job, we invite you to send your application to jobs(at)addcon.com.

 

We are looking forward to hear from you!

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