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Sales Executive

Job Description: Looking for Sales Executive To stand and grow the ingredients business in the Kuwait market effectively utilize technical resources to win more projects....

Company: Gulf Resources
Location: Kuwait City

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Manager

Job Description: *Job Summary* *Internal Audit/Risk Management* Management Consulting Kuwait – Kuwait City We are looking for hire a manager. who has Experience in Risk...

Company: Antal International
Location: Kuwait City

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FITNESS CENTER LD CROSS FIT 1

Job Description: FITNESS CENTER LD CROSS FIT 1 (KBO001456) Description This position description is subject to change at any time as needed to meet the requirements of the...

Company: Vectrus
Location: Kuwait

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Field Specialist Cementing

Job Description: Baker Hughes offers the opportunity as an experienced FIELD SPEC IV – PRP to join the team in Al Ahmadi, Kuwait. Essential Responsibilities: Ability to...

Company: Baker Hughes
Location: Al Ahmadi

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Barista

Job Description: =23 to 35 years old =visa 18 or 22(Transferable Visa) =With Pleasing Personality =Good Commmunication and written Skills =Excellent Customer Service...

Company: The Gathering Group
Location: Kuwait City

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FIRE CAPTAIN

Job Description: FIRE CAPTAIN (KBO001457) Description This position description is subject to change at any time as needed to meet the requirements of the program or company...

Company: Vectrus
Location: Kuwait

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