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    Optical Assistant

    Vision Express

    Vision Express

    Job

    Ruddington, GB

    Job

    Ruddington, GB

    Job Overview At Vision Express, we are committed to providing our customers with outstanding service delivered by outstanding people. Across every role in our stores, everyone has a key part to play. To join us as an Optical Assistant you don’t need ...

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    Travel Money Advisor / Retail Sales Consultant

    Travelex

    Travelex

    Job

    Barkby, GB

    Job

    Barkby, GB

    Travel Money Advisor / Retail Sales Consultant - Asda - Barkby Thorpe Lane - (Part Time) Job Type: Permanent Hours per week: 20 Salary per annum:  £ 8,912.80 pa/ £8.57ph + additional benefits listed below We’re passionate about sharing experiences. W...

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    Marketing Assistant- Instore Marketing

    Vision Express

    Vision Express

    Job

    Ruddington, GB

    Job

    Ruddington, GB

    Job Overview At Vision Express we’re passionate about what we do and customer satisfaction is at the top of our agenda. From our stores to our support centre....everyone has a key part to play. We're looking for a Brand Marketing Executive to support...

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