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Service Operator I - Frac/Acid

Job Description: Additional responsibilities include safe operation of high-pressure pumps, iron trucks and cranes, and the collection and distribution of data on the job....

Company: Halliburton
Location: Al Ahmadi

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Optics Technician - Kuwait

Job Description: Ability to operate personal computers, multimedia data entry, and scanning and retrieval systems functions. Valid state Motor Vehicle Operator License....

Company: KBRWyle
Location: Camp Arifjan

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Small Arms Technician - Kuwait

Job Description: Ability to operate personal computers, multimedia data entry, and scanning and retrieval systems functions. Valid state Motor Vehicle Operator License....

Company: KBRWyle
Location: Camp Arifjan

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Tank (M1A1) Mechanic - Kuwait

Job Description: Ability to operate personal computers, multimedia data entry, and scanning and retrieval systems functions. Valid state Motor Vehicle Operator License....

Company: KBRWyle
Location: Camp Arifjan

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Motor Transport Mechanic - Kuwait

Job Description: Ability to operate personal computers, multimedia data entry, and scanning and retrieval systems functions. Valid state Motor Vehicle Operator License....

Company: KBRWyle
Location: Camp Arifjan

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