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Framework agreement with major service provider

date
05.02.2016
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Rahmenvertrag beim großen Service-Anbieter
Numerous jobs in the catering industry are promised by the new framework agreement for
Franz & Wach

With a new Framework contract partner Franz & Wach offers nationwide opportunities to enter the world of catering, facility management and many other service areas. Since companies like to focus on their core business, activities away from it are often outsourced to external service providers. In community catering, for example, or facility maintenance or building upkeep. Our customer does this so well that, with thousands of employees, it is one of the most successful Service providers counts at all. You can now become part of it.

The job offer is valid throughout Germany and the employment opportunities are wide-ranging, especially in the larger cities. An application to Franz & Wach is worthwhile, because here you have an extremely good chance of finding your dream job in your home region. At the same time, you will gain insights into numerous other companies of all kinds, because the assignments take place on-site at the customers of our key account. Apply now at the store of your choice.

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