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HC-Hook, Print / Digital Designer - Web & Mobile App Agency Odiham £25,000 - £35,000 About Us: We are a growing Digital Web & Mobile Application agency, looking for a senior to mid-weight Digital / Print Designer, who shares our passion for all ...10/05/2013 in monster.co.uk [Details]
Automotive, Motor Trade Job: HGV Technician Required in Hampshire Salary: £26,000 Per Annum Term: Full Time, Permanent Motor Trade Jobs / Automotive Vacancies: Experienced and Fully Qualified HGV Technician required in Hampshire You will ideally ...09/05/2013 in cv-library.co.uk [Details]
Automotive, Motor Trade Job: Qualified Vehicle MOT Tester Technician For Vehicle Repair Centre Salary: £23,000 Basic, OTE £28,000 Per Annum Term: Full Time, Permanent Motor Trade Jobs / Automotive Vacancies: Highly Skilled Technician/MOT Tester ...10/05/2013 in cv-library.co.uk [Details]
Business Intelligence Lead - Hampshire Coast - £40k KEY: Business Intelligence, BI, information architecture, measuring KPIs, SSRS, SSAS, SSIS, analysing datasets, data warehousing, data modelling, ETL, team lead As sole preferred supplier to this ...10/05/2013 in cv-library.co.uk [Details]
I have just finished discussing a fantastic role with my client who is a leading manufacturing-based organisation that is expanding its operations in Hampshire. My client is looking for someone who has past experience in Management Accounts but is ...09/05/2013 in cv-library.co.uk [Details]
Business Improvement Project Manager C£70k Hampshire I am working with an Industry leading client in the Hampshire area, who is looking to add a senior projects leader to their team. This client work in a very niche industry and projects will ...10/05/2013 in cv-library.co.uk [Details]
Dynamics AX T&L Consultant, Hampshire, C60K, Home Based I currently have an urgent requirement for a Dynamics AX/AXAPTA Trade & Logistics Consultant for a Leading Microsoft Gold Partner based in Hampshire. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to ...13/05/2013 in technojobs.co.uk [Details]
Business Improvement Project Manager C70k Hampshire I am working with an Industry leading client in the Hampshire area, who is looking to add a senior projects leader to their team. This client work in a very niche industry and projects will always ...10/05/2013 in technojobs.co.uk [Details]
I have just finished discussing a fantastic role with my client who is a leading manufacturing-based organisation that is expanding its operations in Hampshire. My client is looking for someone who has past experience in Management Accounts but is ...11/05/2013 in scutt.eu [Details]
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