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Office Secretary

Sep 23, 2018, 02:42:19

GTYO Recruitment

Ras al-Khaimah
DEAR CANDIDATE,

WE ARE LOOKING FOR a Secretary WHO CAN JOIN IMMEDIATE IN OUR OFFICE.

Computer literate

Very well in verbal and written English communications.

and feel comfortable with our duty time as follow :
*** From 8:00 AM ñ 1:30 PM and From 5:00 PM ñ 8:30 PM ***

Interested applicant kindly send your cv
Age : Maximum 35

WORK LOCATION : Ras Al Khaimah ñ UAE

Link: https://www.indeed.ae/viewjob?jk=79283e5ec0facfb9&tk=1co2pnmcg14bo003&from=serp&vjs=3

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