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Admin Manager

Posted By: progreso

Date: Mon, 4 May 2015

Remuneration: $3,500.00

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Job Responsibilities:
• To provide admin support to all administrative matters including:
o Sales
o Purchasing
o Inventory
o Logistics & Shipping
o Accounting
 To ensure company accounts are maintain in proper order monthly
 To prepare monthly financial reports for management
o Training course administrative matters
o HR
• Management of admin support/executives
Qualifications:
• Minimum Diploma in any discipline.
• Minimum 2-3 years of working experience in planning and coordination role will be advantage
• Good working attitude with willingness to learn and go an extra mile
• Those with full set of accounting experience will be preferred
• Ability to converse well in both English and Mandarin
• Careful with numbers and details


Interested applicants, please send your CV COMPULSORY with PHOTO, CURRENT and EXPECTED salary to hr@progreso.com.sg



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