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Assistant Accountant Executive

Job Description: Assistant Accountant Executive Vacancy, We are urgently looking for an experienced and talented Assistant Accountant Executive for our firm, location Dubai....

Company: DNetworked
Location: Dubai

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Key Accounts Executive

Job Description: Applicants should possess a minimum 3-5 years of frontline sales experience preferably handling key accounts/channels in the FMCG / Food & Beverage industry....

Company: Al Jadeed
Location: UAE

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Account Executive

Job Description: The Account Executive at Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K) puts plans into action! At Account Executive level, you are expected to demonstrate the ability to work...

Company: Hill+Knowlton Strategies
Location: Abu Dhabi

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Purchase Executive

Job Description: Coordinate with Accounts and Finance department for the payments to vendor. The position is responsible for coordination with various Internal customers (brand...

Company: The Apparel Group
Location: UAE

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Senior Accountant

Job Description: Key Job Responsibilities. Manages the balance sheet, account coding and use of the chart of accounts. The 255 guest rooms including the executive suites and...

Company: Millennium Hotels
Location: Sharjah

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Sales Executive

Job Description: To drive, manage and maintain robust positive relations with all travel trade key accounts and business partners of MH&R and the hotel....

Company: MH&R
Location: Dubai

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