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Follow-up Specialist
Lebeck PropertiesScottsdale, AZ
\*Strong rapport building sales and closing ability.
$24,000 - $80,000 a year
Last updated 30+ days ago
Real Estate Administrative Assistant
Lebeck PropertiesScottsdale, AZ
Organize internal company marketing list and database.
$11 - $16 an hour
Last updated 30+ days ago
Junior Acquisitions Manager - Sales
Lebeck PropertiesScottsdale, AZ
No cold calling and no advertising expenses.
Starting at $24,000 a year
Last updated 30+ days ago
Follow-up Sales Representative
Lebeck PropertiesScottsdale, AZ
Full Job Description We are one of the top Real Estate Investment Firms located in Columbus, OH and we are looking for a Junior Acquisition Specialist (Sales Associate) to join our team.
$30,000 - $150,000 a year Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Specialist
Lebeck PropertiesScottsdale, AZ
Ability to use or quickly learn real estate specific
$28,000 - $80,000 a year
Last updated 30+ days ago
Assistant Front End Manager
RestaurantdepotMesa, AZ
End of day (night job), basic Cash Room, and some working knowledge of Inventory Control required.
Full-time
Last updated 11 hours ago
Assistant Salon Manager - Hayden & Thompson Peak
Great ClipsPhoenix, AZ
Requirements: Cosmetology and/or barber license (licensing requirements vary by state/province)
Full-time
Last updated 3 days ago
Janitorial Night Area Manager - North, Arizona
MasterCorpPhoenix, AZ
A Janitorial Night Area Manager must ensure he/she follows company mission statement and values.
Last updated 11 hours ago
Accounting Assistant
Govig & AssociatesScottsdale, AZ
Insures the statement is approved by the General Superintendent and Project Managers.
Last updated 8 hours ago
Technical Support Technology And Innovation Product Manager
AssurantTempe, AZ
Is responsible for quality inspection to ensure the PTP Platform is consistently delivering high levels of satisfaction for all stakeholders.
Last updated 6 hours ago
Manager, Customer Support Services
RepairSmithPhoenix, AZ
Named one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies of 2021, RepairSmith is backed by TI Capital, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche Ventures, Spring Mountain Capital, and other venture and automotive investors.
Full-time
Last updated 11 hours ago
HR Solutions Specialist I
ADPTempe, AZ
SHRM, PHR, FPC, GBA, CEBS, and/or CHRS (ACA) 2+ years in a Customer Service environment.
Full-time
Last updated 3 days ago
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