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950 139 111
556 710 020
Úřad práce Nový Jičín
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741 01 Nový Jičín - Nový Jičín

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08:00 - 17:00
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Ing. Bc. Zdislav Zima
tel.: 950 139 300
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tel.: 950 139 311
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tel.: 950 139 319
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Mgr. Milada Dědicová
tel.: 950 139 316
e-mail: Milada.Dedicova@nj.mpsv.cz
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tel.: 950 139 330
e-mail: Irena.Blazkova@nj.mpsv.cz
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tel.: 950 139 321
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tel.: 950 139 324
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tel.: 950 139 327
e-mail: Eva.Gerykova@nj.mpsv.cz
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Ing. Zdeněk Špurek
tel.: 950 139 312
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tel.: 950 139 300
e-mail: Zdislav.Zima@nj.mpsv.cz
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tel.: 950 139 508
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tel.: 950 139 313
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tel.: 950 139 313
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tel.: 950 139 303
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950 139 210
556 455 245
Úřad práce Nový Jičín
Dislokované pracoviště Bílovec
Pivovarská č.p. 556/41
743 01 Bílovec - Bílovec

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Kontaktní osoby

Ing. Taťána Vaculová
tel.: 556 412 627
e-mail: Tatana.Polackova@nj.mpsv.cz

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556 835 000
Úřad práce Nový Jičín
Dislokované pracoviště Frenštát
Místecká č.p. 1660
744 01 Frenštát pod Radhoštěm - Frenštát pod Radhoštěm

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Mgr. Miroslava Vojnová
tel.: 556 835 654
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556 879 245
556 879 259
Úřad práce Nový Jičín
Dislokované pracoviště Kopřivnice
Štefánikova č.p. 1163/12
742 21 Kopřivnice - Kopřivnice

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Truxová Věra
tel.: 556 879 240
e-mail: Vera.Truxova@nj.mpsv.cz

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556 455 260
556 455 264
Úřad práce Nový Jičín
Dislokované pracoviště Odry
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742 35 Odry - Odry

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