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Manager - MEP

Job Description: Manager - MEP - DOH00274 Primary Location - Qatar-Doha With more than 10000 people around the globe, GHD is one of the world’s leading professional services...

Company: GHD
Location: Doha

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Chief required urgently

Job Description: Well fame Restaurant is looking for chief Male 2 any National Female Any national Must speak English Arabic would be an advantage Call or email for an...

Company: Confidential
Location: Qatar

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Wanted Freelance marketing lady

Job Description: hello, We are looking for an Indian or Arab Lady for Marketing Tiles & Sanitary wares to the construction projects, - We are not looking for a full time...

Company: Aymaz
Location: Qatar

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Scrubs Cleaning Services in Qatar

Job Description: Scrubs Cleaning is one of the original hourly cleaning companies in Qatar. We train our cleaners like no other company and your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed...

Company: Scrubs
Location: Qatar

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Head Baker

Job Description: Shangri-La Hotel, Doha At Shangri-La Hotel, Doha, we personify the unique blend of Asian and Qatari hospitality. Our guests experience the luxurious...

Company: Shangri-La Hotels
Location: Doha

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Barista

Job Description: Team worker. good looking (male or female) basic coffee art skills. has experience in coffee. able to be flexible. strict in cleaning and hygiene. Job...

Company: December
Location: Doha

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