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Customer Service Advisor

Job Description: Our Depots are operational 7 days a week so you must be able to work 5 shifts across 7 days to include some weekend working....

Company: DPD
Location: Bristol

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Route Support Assistant

Job Description: The purpose of this role is to assist in the preparation of the Route business plan and reporting on business performance, programmes of work and improvement...

Company: Network Rail
Location: Birmingham

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Visual Merchandiser

Job Description: VISUAL MERCHANDISER FOR OUR TOWN CENTRE STORE IN BOURNEMOUTH! Are you ready to put your creativity to work in the world of fashion? Find your place in a fast...

Company: H&M
Location: Bournemouth

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Project Manager - BBC Sounds

Job Description: Benefits - We offer a competitive salary package, a flexible working week for work-life balance and 26 days holiday with the option to buy an extra 5 days, a...

Company: BBC
Location: Salford

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Warehouse Packer

Job Description: Contracts are for up to 40 hours per week until the end of October working shifts on a rota basis working earlies, lates and nights or permanent nights if...

Company: Alpha LSG Limited
Location: Leeds And Bradford

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Waiting Staff

Job Description: Here at Bill's Restaurants we are currently looking for Waiting Staff Working at Bill's is one of those jobs that involve a lot of plate spinning. An award...

Company: Bill's
Location: Lewes BN7

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Dotcom Personal Shopper - CFC

Job Description: If you are applying for a vacancy on a Flexible Contract this means that we will contract you for a certain amount of hours per week, but we may ask you to...

Company: Tesco
Location: Croydon CR0

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