Friday, August 24, 2007

Great Job As IT Staff in Batam

24 Agustus 2007
We are an affiliated company ofJapanese major supplier of warning
signals, looking for the rightcandidates to joint our team.


-Max. 35 years old
-Min. D3 in Informatics/Computer Engineering from reputable University-Ř Experience with LAN, Access, Visual Basic, Oracle, and PC Trouble
-Min 1 years experience at same position
-have knowledge on ISO 9001:2000 & able to communicate in English

Interested applicants, please send your detailed CV & resume, contact
number, copy of school transcript, employee certificate, a recent
photograph and recent salary within 1 week to:

Jl. Beringin Lot 321 BIP Muka Kuning BATAM 29433
Only short-listed candidates will notify through phone

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