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Sales Support Agent - 50K+ THB per month

Friday 9 June 2017, 11:02AM


Sales Support Agent required in Phuket to join FazWaz Real Estate in Kamala branch. This role is helping our nationwide real estate business deal with property buyers in both Thai and English who are looking at purchasing a new property across all of the 6 major locations we cover in Thailand. You should have great writing and speaking skills, and some experience in customer service or sales.  Any other languages are a massive benefit but must be fluent in both English and Thai.

Person : Aphida
Address : 73/142-143 Moo3 Tombul Kamala Amphur Kathu Phuket
Phone : 098 742 6687.
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