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[Expired] Admin Coordinators X25 (Temp 2 to 5 months, Good pay) DTN SJC

TBC HR CONSULTING (S) PTE LTD
Posted On :15 Sep 2013

 

Job Summary

  • Salary:   Undisclosed
  • Work Type: Temporary / Part Time, Contract
  • Min. Education Level: 'N' / 'O' Levels
  • Field of Study: Not Applicable
  • Skills: Office administration

Job Descriptions

We welcome students waiting for Uni/School reopen/Fresh ORD/those in-between jobs to apply!

 

Over 20 vacancies available!

 

Working hours: Mon to Fri, Office hours, Alternate half Sat may be needed

Pay: $7 to $9 per hour

Established MNC, Government sectors hiring

 

 

Job scope:

 

  • Handle important documentations
  • Ensuring information are accurate & detailed in the system
  • Coordinate between internal departments for information
  • Filing and other ad-hoc duties

 

 

 

 

 


Job Benefits

Requirements

 

  • 'O' level or Diploma in any field
  • With 6 months to 1 year of admin experiences preferred
  • Proficient in MS Office
  • Able to start immediate and work for 2 to 5 months

 

Interested applicants kindly email your resume in Ms Word format to apply2@tbchr.com

 

OR

  

 

Interested applicants, apply for this position via the link below

http://jobs.tbchr.com/tbc/online.aspx?JobID=383

 

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Should you not be shortlisted, we will explore your profile for other suitable opportunities.

 

EA: 04C3537

Reg No: R1108931

 

 

 

 



About This Company

TBC HR’s Consultants are well equipped with knowledge in specific industries such as Engineering, IT, Telecommunications, Banking, Retail and Logistics.

With the in-depth knowledge of the industries mentioned, our Consultants are able to provide Professional Advice and to speak with both active and passive job seekers for Career Opportunities.

 

Our clients’ portfolio consists of Fortune 500 and Blue Chip Companies, Recession Proof Organisations as well as regionally established MNCs.

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