SCG Caribbean Driver Wanted

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      SCG Caribbean Driver Wanted

      SCG Caribbean Driver Wanted

      SCG Caribbean Driver Wanted

      Vacancy for a driver

      Class 4 Driver’s permit

      5+ Years driving experience

      Ability to work weekends and public holidays

      Job location-Port of Spain

      Please contact 625-7388 Ext 8015

      You can also email your resume to info@scgcaribbean.comĀ Attn: SCG Caribbean Driver

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