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Spa Therapist for an upmarket Game Lodge

Date: 2020-10-22 (New)

Job Description: Must have at least 2-3 years experience as a therapist with previous Game Lodge experience. Cedar Wood Recruitment has a new opportunity available for a well…

Company: Cedar Wood Recruitment
Hiring Organization: Cedar Wood Recruitment
Salary: TBD
Location: Eastern Cape
Street Address: TBD

Locality: Eastern Cape
Region: disclosed when applied
Postal code: disclosed when applied


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