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Purchasing Executive (Shipyard)

Job Description: Roles & Responsibilities Based in Tuas and reporting to the Senior Purchasing Executive, you will be an integral member of the procurement team. Your key...

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Location: Singapore

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Payroll/HR Officer (part-time)

Job Description: Roles & Responsibilities Payroll (Primary) Monthly processing of payroll for 130 employees Checking and calculation of staff expense claims / overtime etc....

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Location: Singapore

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Copywriter

Job Description: Roles & Responsibilities Copywriting for above and below-the-line, through-the-line advertising, Web Sites, Digital/Social Media Platforms, commercials and...

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Location: Singapore

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PLC Electrician

Job Description: Roles & Responsibilities Responsibilities Troubleshoot, repair & installation of low and high voltage control systems for TBM/VSM equipment; Assist in...

Company: Confidential
Location: Singapore

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Corporate Secretarial Executive

Job Description: Roles & Responsibilities Job Scope Handling full spectrum of corporate secretarial duties (company local and offshore incorporations, striking off of...

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Location: Singapore

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Implementation Consultant I

Job Description: Implementation Consultant I-18001FMC Preferred Qualifications Duties & Responsibilities • Responsible for Implementation of Opera product suite (PMS and S&C...

Company: Oracle
Location: Singapore

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