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Licensed Spa near Woodlands is hiring Massage Therapists/Receptionist

Posted By: ispa167

Date: Mon, 15 May 2017

Remuneration: Best Offer

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Female Massage Therapist
Negotiable working hours.
Join us to earn an average monthly income from $2000 - $6000.


Requirements
Female, 21 - 40 years old
Pleasant looking.
Friendly and cheerful personality.
Willing to learn.
Service Oriented


Female Receptionist
Fixed pay with attractive monthly bonus.


Requirements
Pleasant looking.
Able to communicate in both English and Mandarin.
Willing to learn.
Service Oriented


Interested call or Whatsapp 92220080 with recent photo and personal particulars
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