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Abuja Fashion Jobs At Kenneth Akuba Clothing

 Are you a fashion expert looking for where to fulfill your desires or you are looking to embark on a fulfilling career in fashion?

Kenneth Akuba Clothing is currently hiring!
See available jobs below:
Jobs Available Are:
MALE/FEMALE TAILORS (with good finishing skill and a good understanding for interpreting illustrations)
EMBROIDERY DESIGNERS (with good design skill and speed)
FASHION ILLUSTRATORS (with good understanding for fabrics)
PATTERN MAKERS (with good understanding of interpreting illustrations)
OPERATIONS MANAGER (with at least 3 yrs experience of managing a fashion house)
Apply now by sending your CV with the position you are applying for as 'SUBJECT'.
Attach sample work or portfolio (if need be for better chance). All emails should be sent to; jagsglobal@gmail.com.
For more information;
Call Daniel on 08156561293, 0803 611 2341

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