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Chief Operation Officer Required

Posted By: AmberTjhin

Date: Tue, 5 May 2020

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Chief Operation Officer Required

We are looking for an experienced Chief Operating Officer or COO to oversee our client’s enterprise ongoing operations and procedures.

Working Location: First-tier city, China


- Minimum 10 years in a senior management role.
- Worldwide working experience in managing A Class business property/shopping centre management.
- Proven experience as Chief Operating Office or relevant role.

Working with one of China’s top employers, you will be provided a strong career path. You will be rewarded with a competitive compensation package.

If you are the right candidate and would like to take up the challenge, please send in your resume via mr[email protected] or what’s app 852 5401-7679 for more inquiry.

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