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Project Coordinator

Job Description: The applicant is expected to (not limited to): Will be responsible to coordinate the progress of all internal, industrial and national projects. Will follow...

Company: Qatar University
Location: Doha

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Facilities Coordinator

Job Description: Coordinating with SSHE department for training schedules and incident. Performing client training (MPI, RMG compliance, local records handling processes, etc.)....

Company: Mace
Location: Doha

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Fleet Support Coordinator

Job Description: Liaising with Boeing, Airbus industries and other training providers regarding training matters. Ensuring that training is accomplished in the most cost...

Company: Qatar Airways
Location: Doha

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IT Coordinator

Job Description: JW creates opportunities for training, development, recognition and most importantly, a place where you can really pursue your passions in a luxury environment....

Company: Marriott International, Inc
Location: Doha

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EBC Executive

Job Description: Complete safety training and certifications. JW creates opportunities for training, development, recognition and most importantly, a place where you can really...

Company: Marriott International, Inc
Location: Doha

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