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Arabic Speaking Sales (Real Estate)  

Office Angels - City of London, London, United Kingdom (+1 location)

Thank you for your interest in this role. All successful applications will be contacted within 5 working days. Due to the high volume of applications we receive we do ask for your patience to wait to hear... Arabic Speaking Work careers... £16000 - £18000/annum BENEFITS

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from: CV-library.co.uk (+4 sources) - 3 days ago

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Arabic-Speaking Paralegal - Financial Crime - £30,000  

Law Choice - EC1 London, United Kingdom (+1 location)

You will be an LPC or BVC Graduate with at least 12 months practical legal experience in White Collar Crime or Financial/Commercial Litigation. The firm are super successful and are one of the best at... Arabic Speaking careers...

from: joblift.co.uk (+1 source) - 6 days ago

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BILINGUAL PARALEGAL – Arabic Speaking - £28,000  

Law Choice - EC1 London, United Kingdom

An interest in Civil Fraud/Business Crime would be advantageous in this role as you gain amazing experience that will completely enhance your career and build your CV as you strive to be a lawyer one day... arabic interpreter toronto...

from: joblift.co.uk - 6 days ago

Digital Advertising Analyst - French or Arabic speaking  

Widen The Net Limited - W1B, Oxford Circus, Greater London, United Kingdom

Social Media platform require a Digital Advertising Analyst (ideally French or Arabic speaking) to join their London based operation. Educate and train internal Sales teams on campaign management strategies... arabic teacher canada... £100 - £200/day

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from: CV-library.co.uk - 12 days ago

Arabic Speaking Sales (Real Estate)  

Office Angels - Central London, London, South East, UK

My client are a progressive, fast moving Real Estate in Mayfair with a strong emphasis on the high end sales of investment property. A significant cut above your high street agency, we present the cream... arabic recruitment agencies london... £16000.00 - £18000.00 per annum + BENEFITS

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from: totaljobs.com - 3 days ago

Oracle Financing Operations Representative, Arabic Speaking  

Oracle Corporation - Reading, GB

Mid-East coverage- Arabic speaking The Operations Representative performs the following tasks: Pre-Close Sales: o Provide OFD Sales with deal management support including assistance with documentation... arabic speaker...

from: joblift.co.uk - 3 days ago

Arabic Speaking Customer Service Advisor  

Mploy Office People - Bournemouth, Dorset, United Kingdom

Become a knowledge expert by using internal systems and training to stay up to date with the latest information Career development - 95% of senior roles are recruited internallyYour role would be to: Our... arabic speaking in London, greater london... £8.97/hour

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from: CV-library.co.uk - More than 30 days ago

Oracle Financing Operations Representative, Arabic Speaking  

Oracle - ENG, GB

Mid-East coverage- Arabic speaking The Operations Representative performs the following tasks: * Pre-Close Sales: o Provide OFD Sales with deal management support including assistance with documentation... arabic speaking in East London...

from: ziprecruiter.co.uk - 28 days ago

Inside Sales Account Manager-SAAS-Arabic Speaking  

Clarivate Analytics - ENG, GB

Account Managers will have a proven ability to develop and maintain relationships and revenue streams within EMEA and have further developed existing accounts for new business opportunities and subsequent... arabic speaking in England...

from: ziprecruiter.co.uk - 3 days ago

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Arabic Speaking Digital Advertising Analyst  

Widen the Net Ltd - Central London, London, South East, UK

Digital Advertising Analyst - Arabic Speaking arabic speaking paralegal... From £100 to £250 per day Market Rates

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from: totaljobs.com - 12 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.

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