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Ashbourne, County Meath
€26,590 - €36,680 a year
  • For a full job description detailing essential and desirable criteria, and to download an application form please see attachments below:
Ashbourne, County Meath
  • Following freshness and rotation principles.
  • As a Customer Assistant you are required to sell alcohol, therefore you must be 18 or over to work in our store.
Ashbourne, County Meath
€47,089 - €55,852 a year
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Ashbourne, County Meath
  • We currently have the following vacancies in our Store in Circle K, Ashbourne, Co.
  • We trade long hours so your flexibility is important to us – tell us about…
Ashbourne, County Meath
€10.94 - €14.20 an hour
  • Be able to conduct and receive all work instructions through the English Language.
  • Required Education, Skills and Qualifications.
  • What you will get in return*.
Ashbourne, County Meath
  • If you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment you would be a great addition to our dynamic team!
  • As a sales assistant, you play a vital role in our business.
Ashbourne, County Meath
€50,000 - €70,000 a year
  • Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as…
Ashbourne, County Meath
  • We trade long hours so your flexibility is important to us – tell us about your availability during your application.
  • Being a Food Assistant at Circle K.
Ashbourne, County Meath
  • Minimum one year cash handling and customer service experience • Strong knowledge of sport • Excellent verbal communication • Team Player • Strong Computer &…
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Ashbourne, County Meath
  • Are you looking forward to a multi-disciplinary role with variation from very practical issues to more abstract and complex problems?