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Service Manager

Friday 17 May 2019, 01:01AM


Simpson Marine Thailand is looking for a Service Manager based in Phuket. - The applicant needs to have experience in the maintenance and repair of production sailing yachts and motor yachts up to 100ft. - He will look after the warranty for the above brands as well as Yachts in Management. - The Service Manager needs to be able to manage a team and have good administrative organizational skills. Interested candidates, please email your CV with photo to bee.cummins @simpsonmarine.com / Mobile: +66 89 727 8149

Person : Bee Cummins
Address : Simpson Marine
Phone : +66 89 727 8149

 

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