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950 141 111
950 141 302
Úřad práce v Olomouci
Vejdovského č.p. 988/4
779 00 Olomouc - Hodolany
Vejdovského č.p. 988/4, Hodolany, 779 00 Olomouc 9

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Bc. Roman Chlopčík
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Daniela Bílá
tel.: 950 141 317
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Mgr. Tomáš Kráčmar
tel.: 950 141 320
e-mail: Tomas.Kracmar@ol.mpsv.cz
Mgr. Jana Čuhlová
tel.: 950 141 322
e-mail: Jana.Cuhlova@ol.mpsv.cz
Jana Ondruchová
tel.: 950 141 321
e-mail: volna.mista@ol.mpsv.cz
Mgr. Martina Štainerová
tel.: 950 141 330
e-mail: Martina.Stainerova@ol.mpsv.cz
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Pavla Homolová
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PhDr. Dagmar Nečasová
tel.: 950 141 491
e-mail: Dagmar.Necasova@ol.mpsv.cz
Ing. Ivan Knotek
tel.: 950 141 312
e-mail: Ivan.Knotek@ol.mpsv.cz
Pavel Krejčí
tel.: 950 141 415
e-mail: Pavel.Krejci@ol.mpsv.cz
Ing. Pavlína Hedererová
tel.: 950 141 510
e-mail: pavlina.hedererova@ol.mpsv.cz
Mgr. Dana Dvořáková
tel.: 950 141 550
e-mail: dana.dvorakova@ol.mpsv.cz
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tel.: 950 141 530
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tel.: 950 141 640
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Dislokované pracoviště Litovel

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585 100 360
Úřad práce v Olomouci
Dislokované pracoviště Litovel
Chořelice č.p. 1082
784 01 Litovel - Litovel

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13:00 - 14:00
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Marie Mokrá
tel.: 585 100 361
e-mail: Marie.Mokra@ol.mpsv.cz
Eva Vaňková
tel.: 585 100 365
e-mail: Eva.Vankova@ol.mpsv.cz

Dislokované pracoviště Moravský Beroun

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554 733 345
Úřad práce v Olomouci
Dislokované pracoviště Moravský Beroun
náměstí 9. května č.p. 4
793 05 Moravský Beroun - Moravský Beroun

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08:00 - 11:30
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Hana Eksteinová
tel.: 554 733 345
e-mail: Hana.Eksteinova@ol.mpsv.cz

Dislokované pracoviště Šternberk

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585 011 700
Úřad práce v Olomouci
Dislokované pracoviště Šternberk
Uničovská č.p. 182/36
785 01 Šternberk - Šternberk

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08:00 - 17:00
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Renáta Pastorková
tel.: 585 012 097
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Lenka Nováková
tel.: 585 011 700
e-mail: Lenka.Novakova@ol.mpsv.cz

Dislokované pracoviště Uničov

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585 004 001
Úřad práce v Olomouci
Dislokované pracoviště Uničov
Bezručovo nám. č.p. 480
783 91 Uničov - Uničov

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Alexandra Přikrylová
tel.: 585 004 006
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