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quest international salary in ghana

Quest International is a leading global post-sales service support partner for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), specializing in medical devices and other healthcare-related products and technologies.

Quest International Salary in Ghana

On average, one can earn between GHC 1,800 – GHC 5,000 working at Quest International. This amount varies according to one’s expertise, qualification, and experience.

How can I join Quest International?

You will be required to submit this form electronically with the $150 application fee. In addition to completing Part 1 of the application, candidates should be prepared to upload a recent photo, a school transcript, and a 30-second video telling us some unique qualities about themselves.

Duties of quest international employees

Quest international employees have duties, These include

  • Referring the business to other people
  • Selling the products to people who need them
  • Recruiting other people
  • And many more.
With operations in 31 countries, Quest made ingredients for foods, snacks, beverages, personal care, fine fragrances, and home hygiene products.

What does Quest International do in Ghana?

Quest’s deep industry expertise includes services supporting OEM customers by providing comprehensive services including depot repair and refurbishment, field services, professional services as well as forward & reverse logistics

People who register with quest international are given a wide range of products ranging from weight loss products, food supplements, weight gain, life enhancement, amongst others.

Is Gold Quest International legit?

Quest is certified ISO 9001:2015, 13485:2016 14001:2015, and ANSI/ESD S20. 20-2014 registered. Quest also maintains current FAA Part 145 Repair Station certification as well as EASA Part-145 Approval. For more information, please visit  www.questinc.com or contact us at 800-231-6777.

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