therecruiter (therecruiter) wrote in linguaphiles,


Looking for 

Customer Service Representatives who can speak

1) English and Korean or
2) English and German or
3) English and French

An outsourced contact centre located in Technopark@ChaiChee, in Singapore, requires Customer Service Representatives who can speak any of the above languages. You would be required to handle inbound calls relating to the Air Travel Industry.


Diploma and above


Job Requirements:-

Commit to 6 weeks of training (Mondays to Fridays 830am to 530pm)

Computer Literacy

Must be willing to work in Singapore


If you are interested, please send your resume to: and indicate which of the languages you can speak.

Thank you.



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