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  • Renal Sales SpecialistPrinceton One(Central-Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)

    Our Client, headquartered in New York, is focused on bringing innovative therapies to market for patients suffering from chronic kidney disease (CKD). In the United States, ferric citrate coordination complex is currently under review by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of hyperphosphatemia in dialysis-dependent CKD patients, where, pending approval, it will be marketed as ...
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    Posted Fri 11th July

  • Toys"R"Us - Asset Protection SpecialistToysrus.com(Central-Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)

    Description Provides front end and departmental asset protection support to reduce incidents of fraud, theft and shrink exposure. Responsibilities: · Respond to all incident of EAS alarm activation; verification of purchase receipts against merchandise when EAS is activated; ensure merchandise is deactivated for guests; educate cashiers on proper deactivation procedures. · Provide guest service to...
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    Posted Mon 16th June

  • Toys"R"Us - Asset Protection SpecialistToysrus.com(Central-Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)

    Description Provides front end and departmental asset protection support to reduce incidents of fraud, theft and shrink exposure. Responsibilities: · Respond to all incident of EAS alarm activation; verification of purchase receipts against merchandise when EAS is activated; ensure merchandise is deactivated for guests; educate cashiers on proper deactivation procedures. · Provide guest service to...
    Full job description at Monster

    Posted Mon 16th June

Oklahoma Job Search Tip

Oklahoma's highest earners are General Practitioners and Psychiatrists who average about $145,000 each year. In 2004, the lowest paying occupations in Oklahoma included Transportation Attendants, Cafeteria Workers, Fast Food Servers and Crossing Guards. The average cashier in Oklahoma can expect to earn between $14,000 and $15,000 annually. A truck driver in Oklahoma averages about $30,000 per year. Source: America's Career Info Net

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