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Assistant Teacher

Job Description: The Assistant Teacher is responsible for working within a learning community to support the learning, safety and emotional well-being of children at Singapore...

Company: Singapore American School
Location: Woodlands

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Assistant Teacher

Job Description: The Assistant Teacher is responsible for working within a learning community to support the learning, safety and emotional well-being of children at Singapore...

Company: Singapore American School
Location: Singapore

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Retail Associates

Job Description: "Fast Retailing" - Our company name incorporates our passion to provide customers with the products they want swiftly and smoothly. At Fast Retailing we are...

Company: UNIQLO
Location: Singapore

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Service Crew

Job Description: You Make It Great! Great People Great Family. At McDonald's®, we love bringing people together. People who can light up the room with their sunny personality...

Company: McDonald's Singapore
Location: Singapore

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