Thursday, August 02, 2007

Executive Secretary At PT . Makro Indonesia

PT Makro Indonesia
Indonesia’s leading cash and carry wholesaler, with 19 outlets in the country and still expanding.

Executive Secretary
(Jakarta Raya - Jakarta Timur)

- Good command of both written and spoken English is a must
- Strong leadership, highly responsibility and trustworthy
- Female, age between 27-35 years old
- Able to work in a team as well as individually to work under pressure
- Good attitude and personality
- Attractive, communicative, and friendly personality
- Computer literate
- Dynamic and service oriented person

PT. Makro Indonesia – Head Office
Jl. Lingkar Luar Selatan Kav. 5 & 6 Ciracas, Pasar Rebo
Jakarta 13750
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