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Hiring SafeEntry/TempTakers. Mass Recruitment! Working Location Woodlands!

Posted By: Viciony

Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2021

Remuneration: Best Offer

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Hiring Part time Safe Entry Ambassadors/Temperature takers


$8/HR



Flexible jobs booking daily/weekly.


Location - WOODLANDS



Requirement -


Black Top


Black Pants


Black Shoes


Serious work attitude.



No commitment period.
Plan your own schedule.



Whatsapp Valent with



1)Name


2)Age


3)Residential Area



Whatsapp Valent @ 85225166 No calls. No SMS


Requirement - working handphone with data(IMPORTANT)



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