Thursday, August 16, 2007

Garment manufacturer Company Looking for : Shipping Manager And GA Staff

16 Agustus 2007
Developing garment manufacturer in Cibitung is seeking :

1. GA. Staff
-. Min. D3
-. Experience min.2 year in same position.
-. Leadership
-. Good Communication in both written and spoken english.

2. SHIPPING MANAGER-. High calibre EXIM doc & Operational Skill
-. Master Bonded Zone procedure
-. Min. 5 year’s experience managing volume shipments.
-. Max. 45 years old.

3. MIS Staff
-. Min. D3 in Management Information
-. Knowledge in LAN,WAN & Server
-. Trouble shooting.

Please send resume and recent photo within one week’s to :
Jl. Warung Bongkok, Desa Sukadanau, Cibitung - Bekasi 17520.
e-mail : &

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