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Waferfab Operator

Job Description: - To process high quality wafers by operating a variety of equipment. - Responsible for the daily production activities such as wafer handling and operating...

Company: GLOBALFOUNDRIES
Location: Woodlands

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Personal Assistant

Job Description: Preparing the Managing Director for meetings or travels by managing his diary, meeting, travel, visa arrangements and personal matters. Coordinated board and...

Company: Schindler
Location: Bedok

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Regional Marketing (Projects)

Job Description: Job Description * Conceptualize, develop and execute marketing campaigns. * Collaborate and coordinate across multiple teams, including social media, paid ads...

Company: Shopee
Location: Singapore

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Regional Marketing (Campaigns)

Job Description: Job Description * Conceptualize, develop and execute marketing campaigns. * Collaborate and coordinate across multiple teams, including social media, paid ads...

Company: Shopee
Location: Singapore

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Officer

Job Description: You will report to the Assistant Manager, Information Technology in the following areas: Information Technology and Information Management Review and make...

Company: RAFFLES GIRLS' SCHOOL (SECONDARY)
Location: Singapore

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