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freerecruit
Musina, Limpopo
R6 500 a month
Be willing to undergo and partcipate in any further training provided by the company to further your apprenticeship,. 18 - 30 years of age,.
freerecruit
Limpopo
To operate as the Technical Training Practitioner by providing the focal point for subject matter expertise and best practice. Code B/Code 08 driver’s license.
Should you not have heard from the HR Department four weeks after the closing date, kindly consider your application as unsuccessful.
Should you not have heard from the HR Department four weeks after the closing date, kindly consider your application as unsuccessful.
HotelJobs.co.za
Limpopo
 Relationship building, with staff, guests, the community, the industry (agents and other lodges). BUSY GAME LODGE SEEKS QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED SOUS CHEF…
At least 2 years sales experience of which at least 1 year must be within the financial services industry (Cat B1/Cat B2/Retail Pensions).
At least 2 years sales experience of which at least 1 year must be within the financial services industry (Cat B1/Cat B2/Retail Pensions).
If you have not received a response to your application in 15 days please consider your application unsuccessful. For new opportunities and exposure ...
R8 000 a month
A minimum of 2 years' experience working in a Game Lodge;A minimum 1 years experience in reservations and general FoH in a game lodge.A tertiary qualification…
Limpopo
R8 000 a month
An excellent command of (written) English, good arithmetic skills, accuracy and attention to detail and some understanding of the (international) tourism…