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Draftsman

Job Description: Requirements: Minimum Diploma in Mechanical / Engineering Minimum three years of experience with AutoCAD...

Company: TruSteel
Location: Tuas

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Accounts Executive

Job Description: Are you ready for a challenging and exciting endeavor that will require the investment of a lot of hard work, dedication and all your experience? Are you...

Company: BCD Travel
Location: Singapore

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CHURCH ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Job Description: Roles & Responsibilities 为教会办公室及各事工的顺利运作提供行政上的支援,包括: 制作每周周刊 (英文和华文) 负责执事会和牧区会议会务安排,包括做好会前准备、会议记录和会后内容整理工作 接听和转接电话和通信(电邮,信件,包裹等)以及收集和整理文件 接待访客并引导至相关的办公室或同工...

Company: TELOK AYER CHINESE METHODIST CHURCH AND TELOK AYER CHINESE METHODIST CHURCH (TA2 SANCTUARY)
Location: Singapore

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VoIP Support

Job Description: VOIP INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES LOCATION :SINGAPORE Responsible for the design, configuration and maintenance of Avaya VoIP and Call Center infrastructure and...

Company: Cognizant
Location: Singapore

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Finance Associate

Job Description: Team player within the Finance division to provide financial insights on the payments business and work with Mcommerce (Dash and Digital Payments) team for...

Company: Singtel
Location: Singapore

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