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Year 1 Teacher - Immediate Start

Job Description: The Role We are looking for a passionate, dynamic Year 1 teacher to join our existing team with immediate effect. This is a fantastic opportunity for a UK...

Company: GEMS
Location: Doha

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Environmental & Sustainablity Manager

Job Description: A reputed leading Construction Company in Qatar has the following job vacancies: Environmental & Sustainablity Manager A minimum of Five (5) years' overall...

Company: Confidential
Location: Qatar

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Service Provider

Job Description: Gulf Agency Co. Qatar (W.L.L) Established in 1956, GAC has grown to become one of the largest integrated providers of Shipping, Logistics and Marine related...

Company: GAC
Location: Qatar

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Resident Sales Engineers

Job Description: URGENTLY REQUIRED FOR QATAR: RESIDENT SALES ENGINEERS with 5-7 years experience in the sale of any industrial products related to construction or metal...

Company: Confidential
Location: Qatar

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Project Construction Director

Job Description: A reputed leading Construction Company in Qatar has the following job vacancies: Project Construction Director A minimum of Twenty (20) years' overall...

Company: Confidential
Location: Qatar

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FSO Engineering Coordinator

Job Description: ACCOUNTABILITES Ensure that the assigned projects tasks are well managed as per the statement of requirement, company specifications and contractual...

Company: Brunel
Location: Doha

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Human Resource Coordinator

Job Description: Human Resources Coordinator (Female Candidates only) About Us: Bounce Fitness is an international fitness services company based out of Washington D.C. with...

Company: Bounce Fitness
Location: Doha

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