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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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Associate, Social

Job Description: Overview About Ogilvy, Social At Ogilvy, we believe that social media offers an unprecedented opportunity for brands to connect with consumers across the...

Company: Ogilvy
Location: Singapore

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Social Media Writer

Job Description: To set goals, track progress, and carry through accountability for Return on Investment (ROI). To develop brand awareness and maintain online reputation for...

Company: Capella
Location: Singapore

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Social Media Relations Executive

Job Description: Conduct in-depth investigation and analysis and to resolve/reply to customer’s queries, requests and complaints received via social media in a timely manner....

Company: Singtel
Location: Singapore

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Admin Assistant

Job Description: Primary Location: Singapore,Singapore,Singapore Education: Technical Diploma Job Function: Administration Schedule: Full-time Shift: Day Job Employee Status:...

Company: Citi
Location: Central Singapore

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