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Business Development Manager

Job Description: Job Description To support the Qatar Innovation Hub, the IBM Project Manager will be the focal point for any communication with IBM relative to this project...

Company: IBM
Location: Ar-Rayyān

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Project Manager

Job Description: Job Description To support the Qatar Innovation Hub, the IBM Project Manager will be the focal point for any communication with IBM relative to this project...

Company: IBM
Location: Ar-Rayyān

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Systems Administrator

Job Description: USSOCOM's mission is to “Provide fully capable Special Operations Forces (SOF) to defend the United States and its interests and synchronize planning for...

Company: Jacobs
Location: Abū Nakḥlah

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Associate Partner (Qatar)

Job Description: Job Description The Qatar Associate Partner (AP) will be responsible for leading the security practice of Qatar. Functionally reporting into the Middle East...

Company: IBM
Location: Ar-Rayyān

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Innovation Hub Leader

Job Description: Job Description To support the Qatar Innovation Hub, the IBM Hub Leader will be responsible for leading the Hub and the communication with all the stakeholders...

Company: IBM
Location: Ar-Rayyān

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Driver

Job Description: Holding a valid Qatar Driving License (light or heavy) At least 1 to 3 years experiences Must stay at the company accommodation Job Types: Full-time,...

Company: AL ZAINI CONVERTING INDUSTRIES
Location: Ar-Rayyān

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