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Barista

Job Description: Baristas really are the face of Starbucks. They are an important part of our customers' day, and experts in handcrafting deliciously perfect beverages....

Company: Starbucks
Location: Singapore

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Customer Care Officer

Job Description: Job Description Handle customer service hotline and provide first level of support. Provide quality customer service to customers over the phone or email....

Company: Singtel
Location: Singapore

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Customer Care Officer

Job Description: Job Description Provide quality customer service with polite and good work ethics to all the customers arrive at the studio counter or over the phone....

Company: ABC Cooking Studio
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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Customer Service Associate

Job Description: honestbee is Asia's leading online concierge and delivery service for all your lifestyle needs. With our technical expertise, data-fuelled operations and our...

Company: Honestbee
Location: Singapore

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Trader

Job Description: Trader The Trader is responsible for coordinating purchase products (jet, diesel and/or associated blendstocks) in order to reliably and economically service...

Company: Caltex Australia
Location: Singapore

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