Full-Time Stuba com seeking for Data and Content Executives
Stuba com is a class leading accommodation booking platform, as a result of two profitable and innovative businesses getting merged. We have been supporting the travel industry since 1991 and have offices across India, UK, Australia, USA and UAE.
Stuba com hiring for Data and Content Executives
Post Name: Data & Content Executives
– We are looking for people above graduate level with excellent analytical skill and solid working knowledge of MS Excel. You may be required to call the hotels to verify the data; hence good spoken English is expected. We also pride ourselves on hiring people with the greatest potential rather than those with prior experience. Above all, we want people who are flexible and have a can-do attitude.
– If you love all things data, then this could be just the opportunity for you! This is an exciting role within a rapidly growing travel technology organization, for individuals who thrive on data and content and have a keen eye for detail. We now require enthusiastic individuals to join our team and help with the day to day administration of our website data, maintaining hotel records from our many suppliers and matching these hotels within our database so they appear accurately on our website.
Please send your current resume to:- firstname.lastname@example.org
Job location: FC Road, Pune
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