job advertisement

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job advertisement

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The job advertisement points out that the successful candidate will "need to know the complex, fascinating and colourful world of racing inside out, and will have extensive senior-level experience in this area."
The job advertisement reads: "It's a live-in position with flexible working hours and key responsibilities include exploring the islands of the Great Barrier Reef."
That view comes from a job advertisement from the retailer's web site (since pulled), according to an article in the Financial Times.
Sally Morris, head of employment law at MFG Solicitors, says a decision by the European Court of Justice means that individuals can now bring a claim for discrimination in a job advertisement even if they did not apply for the position.
Sondagsavisen said that it plans to increase its share from current 20% to 40% of Denmark's DKK1bn job advertisement market by 2009.
It follows Eurocrats' approval of a job advertisement placed by an Irish firm which warned "smokers need not apply".
said Thursday they have tied up to develop a Net-based job advertisement placement business.
Posting a job advertisement for a period of four weeks costs $80 (U.S.) Ads are entered, previewed, and paid for entirely online.
I received my first full-time assistant professor position at Western Kentucky University upon responding to the job advertisement listed in Dance Magazine classified ads.
The delegation advocated that Sindh University may also observe this protocol while releasing job advertisement to various media houses.
Sydney, Mar 12 ( ANI ): The spoof job advertisement for the post of world's next Pope has been posted on LinkedIn.
This was proven by the last job advertisement for 140 counselors as professional cooperators in the country's courts.