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Latin Quartet Wanted - June 2017 5* Hotel Contract Bahrain

Latin Quartet Wanted - June 2017 5* Hotel Contract Bahrain

- 3 females and 1 male
Latin Quartet with 3 Females and 1 Male wanted for 5 star hotel in Bahrain starting end of June 2017 .

Flights, visas, accomodation, all meals, laundry etc provided by client.

Please apply with the following:
1. Photos
2. Video links
3. Short bio including any overseas working experience
4. Expected monthly salary in USD

Thank you
Applicants can apply from: Worldwide Location: Bahrain Application Dates: 20th Mar, 2017 - 19th Apr, 2017 Fee Offered: Fixed Fee - NEGOTIABLE Report this listing

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