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WANTED: 'O' LEVEL STUDENT LOOKING FOR PART-TIME JOB

Posted By: racheltanrz

Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2011

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I'm Rachel Tan and 16 years old this year. I'm currently studying in a Band 1 government school. I've just finished my 'O' Levels, and looking for a part-time job during the holidays (preferably in the month of December). I'm interested in any part-time jobs available in the city or anywhere else not far from YCK/AMK (be it waitering job, retail sales assistant, sales, distribute flyers etc..) with attractive incentives and perhaps jobs which have hourly rates from $6~$7.50/hr and above. I'm also interested in jobs with flexible working hours, as well as free training (eg. practical selling skills) as I have no job experience whatsoever, but I'm a keen learner, willing to experiment, willing to try and learn new things.


Pls don't hesitate to contact me at 8120 4443 or racheltanrz@hotmail.sg. Your job details are greatly appreciated.


Thanks.



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