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Purchaser

Job Description: Roles & Responsibilities The Purchaser/Purchasing Manager is responsible for the development and implementation of purchasing strategies. He/She identifies...

Company: Confidential
Location: Singapore

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Marine Superintendent

Job Description: Roles & Responsibilities Reporting to the Marine Manager with direct responsibility for a number of vessels. Requirements Candidates must possess * Maritime...

Company: Confidential
Location: Singapore

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Telemarketer

Job Description: About Westcon-Comstor Westcon-Comstor (WestconGroup Inc.) is a global technology distributor with worldwide capabilities in Cloud, Global Deployment and...

Company: Westcon-Comstor
Location: Singapore

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