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National Sales Manager (JB498)

National Sales Manager (JB498)
Ormonde, Johannesburg
Salary: R1 - 1.4M per annum TCTC

Kontak Recruitment is currently sourcing and recruiting for a National Sales Manager with a minimum of 5 - 7 years’ experience in a manufacturing concern to grow their market share with companies that have interests in Agriculture, Hygiene, Packaging and/or Food.

Outbound Cal Centre agent

Outbound Sales Agent: Vehicle tracking device
Based in Johannesburg
Uncapped Commission
Main purpose of the job:
The successful applicant will be responsible for meeting and exceeding monthly sales targets through outbound telephonic selling and will be required to actively sell vehicle tracking device.
Key responsibilities:

Northcliff, Johannesburg: JUNIOR CONVEYANCING SECRETARY (ABSA BONDS)

Northcliff, Johannesburg: JUNIOR CONVEYANCING SECRETARY (ABSA BONDS)
Minimum Requirements:
-Professional and presentable female
-Fully bilingual in Afrikaans and English
-Matric / Grade 12
-Recent experience in ABSA Bank Bond Registrations at a law firm a must
-Computer literate in Ghost Convey
-Stable employment record

Northcliff, Johannesburg: JUNIOR LEGAL BOOKKEEPER

Northcliff, Johannesburg: JUNIOR LEGAL BOOKKEEPER
Minimum Requirements:
-Professional and presentable
-Afrikaans and English first and second languages a must
-Matric / Grade 12
-Accounting / Bookkeeping qualification advantageous
-Minimum 2 years full Bookkeeping to Trial Balance experience at a law firm a must (Independently functional)

GRV Clerk (JB373)

GRV Clerk (JB373)
R5000 – R7000 CTC per Month
Carletonville

Kontak Recruitment is currently recruiting and sourcing for a Retail store that requires an experienced GRV Clerk to maintain Systems (SS3) on an ongoing basis by performing input and reconciliation tasks; process claims; input category stock takes; and provide systems support for inventory control

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