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Producer, Creative Shop

Job Description: Facebook's mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Through our family of apps and services, we're building...

Company: Facebook
Location: Singapore

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Medical Science Liaison

Job Description: Responsibilities: Interacting with HCPs to understand their views, preferences and interests, in the assigned therapeutic area, and where Roche can partner...

Company: Roche
Location: Singapore

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Master (Vessel)

Job Description: Roles & Responsibilities As a Master you will be responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the vessel and its crew in order to achieve the desired...

Company: Confidential
Location: Singapore

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Associate - Projects

Job Description: Job Description: Good understanding of test automation concepts Practical experience with test automation tools (Selenium Web Driver) Strong Scripting skills...

Company: Cognizant
Location: Singapore

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Product Leadership, Singapore

Job Description: Get to know our Team: - Product Managers at Grab focus on identifying our consumer and business problems and are at the intersection of business, design, and...

Company: Grab Taxi
Location: Singapore

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Flight Line Assistant

Job Description: Flight Line Assistant Purpose of the Job The main objective of the position is to ensure effective preparation, cleaning and movement of all aircraft. Key...

Company: Luxaviation
Location: Changi

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