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Partnership Executive / Manager

Posted By: MarcomKX-UNIT

Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2022

Remuneration: $10,000.00

Mobile: +8608 5188

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HIRING PARTNERSHIP EXECUTIVE


Full time and free lance available
Salary up to 10k and above for full time and up to 5k for free lance


Partnership Executive


Welcoming and vibrant working environment! That's right, we believe in not just work but cohesive team work.


You grab the opportunity, we give you the full support!
Break through tradition sales industry of one man show
what we looking for!


* High-Energy self-driven Team Player


* Understanding clients' needs and work with the team to cater our services for them


* Attend to clients’ enquiries and updates


* To provide excellent support to our customers on services rendered


* Can Do Attitude, positive mindset


* Motivated to achieve and exceed the target given


* Any other duties assigned


Candidate Fit:
- B2B OUTDOOR COLD-CALLING EXPERIENCE and SALES HUNTER ROLE POSITION


- No highest qualification required, we welcome all candidates to try


- Able to communicate minimum fluent English with people


- Training provided, no experiences required


- Hardworking, Dynamic, Driven and Resourceful


- work hard play hard mindset


- SINGAPOREAN or PR only


Please call 8608 5188 or email resume to [email protected]



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