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Senior Human Resource Manager

Job Description: The Senior HR Manager, Executive Resource & Group Mobility will lead the Executive Resource team in providing full spectrum of HR operational and administrative...

Company: Singtel
Location: Singapore

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Regional Sales Manager ASEAN Region

Job Description: Regional Sales Manager. Work effectively with senior management and corporate counsel, negotiate contracts and provide all follow-up to deliver signed contracts...

Company: Zscaler
Location: Singapore

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Account Manager

Job Description: Develop CommScope business in responsibility territory. Develop and maintain relationship with customers at the senior management and decision making level....

Company: CommScope
Location: Singapore

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Sales Director

Job Description: Prepares sales production reports for senior management. We champion clients from banking to capital markets, retail to corporate and everything touched by...

Company: FIS
Location: Singapore

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Manager, Group Strategic Comms

Job Description: Craft compelling key messages, media statements and speeches for senior management. A degree from a recognised university, preferably specialising in Corporate...

Company: Singtel
Location: Singapore

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