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**Business Development Manager Required**

Posted By: e_rercuiter

Date: Thu, 1 Sep 2016

Remuneration: Best Offer

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Looking for THAT career to achieve something worthwhile? Only YOU alone have the POWER to decide or change your DESTINY. We believe that when you are HAPPY in your career and life you will be SUCCESSFUL!

Career Traits:
Positive attitude, high enthusiasm and ambitious
Self-driven, highly motivated and BIG personal & life goals
Want to be Extraordinary & a strong People Developer. Ability to influence and lead others.
Spirit of Excellence in Self and wanting to bring out the best of YOU.
Fun loving. Enjoys work & play. Great team-person & enjoy helping others succeed.

Job Requirements:
GCE A Level
Local Diploma / Degree
Singaporean / PRs
21 and above (Completed NS for males)

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