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72 Taxi Driver Wanted in UAE ! Salary Rs. 53, 000 (4942 views)

Job Opportunity in UAE


Company: Cars Taxi Services Co. LLC Abu Dhabi


Position Title: Taxi Driver

No of Vacancy: 72

Salary: Rs. 53,000


Pre-Interview: is going on

Final Interview: Paush 24 and 25, 2073 (January 8 and 9, 2017

Please contact manpower company below for further information:

Manpower Company in Nepal: Shikhar Int’L Manpower Services Pvt. Ltd

Address: Lazimpat-2, Kathmandu, Nepal

Kathmandu: Tel: 01-4441707 (6 Line)

This job was published in Kantipur Dainik on January 5, 2017.

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Target employers

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Three steps to getting a job

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