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Recruiter - Arabic speaking  

24 Seven - London, GB

Job Description24 Seven are working with a well known e-commerce company to look for a Arabic speaking recruiter. if you have recruiter experience please apply. HOURLY RATE WORKING FROM HOME RECRUITMENT... Arabic Speaking Work careers...

from: joblift.co.uk - 4 days ago

Arabic Speaking Teaching Assistant  

Milk Education - Not Specified, United Kingdom

Applicants will be subject to variety of checks including: an enhanced DBS check, full references, including from your most recent employer and eligibility to work in the UK. We are committed to safeguarding... Arabic Speaking careers...

from: joblift.co.uk - 3 days ago

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EAL / Arabic Speaking Teaching Assistant  

PK Education - Sheffield, United Kingdom

• Level 2 or 3 qualification in Supporting Teaching in Education and/ or 6 months experience in an educational establishment. The ideal Teaching Assistant should have the following: Are you a Teaching... arabic interpreter toronto... £60 - £75/day

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from: CV-library.co.uk (+1 source) - 13 days ago

Intelligence Researcher - Arabic speaking  

Red Snapper Recruitment Limited - London, United Kingdom

* Conduct global research to verify available information and identify further information relevant to the task * Liaise with appropriate external agencies, partners and contractors to identify relevant... arabic teacher canada... £14.28 - £18.08/hour

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from: CV-library.co.uk - 16 days ago

Arabic Speaking Finance Graduate - up to £32k  

Tiger Recruitment - London EC1A, City of London, London

A wealth management client is looking for a finance graduate with Arabic language skills (spoken and written). The role will involve client onboarding and administration, and transaction management arabic recruitment agencies london...

from: joblookup.com - 12 days ago

Arabic Speaking Teaching Assistant  

Reeson Education - Brent, London, United Kingdom (+2 locations)

Brent Primary SchoolA diverse and welcoming primary school in Brent are currently looking for an experienced Teaching Assistant who is fluent in Arabic to join their school for an immediate start. Must... arabic speaker... £70 - £80/day

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from: CV-library.co.uk (+3 sources) - 20 days ago

Arabic Speaking Teaching Assistant  

Milk Education - Birmingham, West Midlands, West Midlands, UK

You must be fluent in Arabic (reading, writing and speaking) and able to demonstrate a leve... Sector / Industry: Education arabic speaking in London, greater london... £65 - 75 per day

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from: totaljobs.com - More than 30 days ago

Resettlement Coordinator (Arabic Speaking)  

Barnet, United Kingdom

This role is full time, working Monday - Friday, offering up to £16 per hour Resettlement Coordinator (Arabic Fluent) - £16.00 - ASAP Start - Barnet Working knowledge of housing and welfare legislation... arabic speaking in East London...

from: joblift.co.uk - 4 days ago

Arabic Speaking Litigation Paralegal  

CoLegal LLP - London (City of), London (Greater)

This is a temporary position - you must be available to interview and potentially start at short notice and be available for work for at least 2-4 (continuous) weeks. arabic speaking in England...

from: totallylegal.co.uk - 3 days ago

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Corporate Commercial Lawyer - Arabic Speaking  

Danos Associates - London (Central), London (Greater)

Working closely with the General Counsel, you will be working with a range of stakeholders on different legal matters. Your role will include: *Candidates outside of the PQE bracket with the right experience... arabic speaking paralegal... £500 - £750 per day

from: totallylegal.co.uk - 6 days ago


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  • My dream job Jobisjob

    If you could choose a dream job whether it be in your current field or something else what would it be?

    • Adam :

      My ideal job is translator

    • Souhila:

      My dream job is german teacher

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  • Arabic speaker Aliya

    Born in Saudy Arabia, I've been living in London for the past 2 years. I'd like to work at the airport where I can be of great help with my knowledge of languages assisting travellers. I can speak Arabic, English and French. I'd like to test the waters by working in one of the airport shops, but I'm not sure I'll be able to work later on for one of the airlines that operate in the airport if I don't have an official title for the three languages, as the French I have I learned while living in Paris with my parents between age 15 and 18, but I have never really taken a course to get a certificate for it.

    • Lula:

      I doubt you'll have any problems. If you're good with languages and good dealing with people you should be all right. If you have a good presence, all the better, though this is not a must.

      • Aliya:

        Is that so? super! And are you serious about appearances? It sounds a bit retrograde to me.

        • Lula:

          I know what you mean, I find it a bit much myself. Though not all shops or airlines put the same emphasis on looks. What I know for a fact is that you must have good presence in terms of looking neat and what in the old days was called 'sharp', LOL.

          • Aliya:

            OK, I can manage that. I hope smart casual will do. This is what you see in many airports.

    • Lula:

      Definitely so, and in any case, often enough you’re given the clothes for the job, so the pressure on you is somehow reduced by that.

    See Forum