Monday, August 27, 2007


27 Agustus 2007

We are a company with over 34 years experience operation in Indonesia which invest through our mining, project delivery and asset management capabilities. We operate and support our clients in the Oil and Gas, Mining and Infrastructure sectors through providing world class delivery standards within a flexible and cooperative business relationship model. We seek clients and projects that can be delivered within a partnering framework that enhances delivered value by aligning objectives, behaviors and outcomes. To help us meet our strategic goal and deliver our promise to shareholders, currently we are seeking Indonesia’s exceptionally talented people for the following position :


Experience :
Applicants should have :
Minimum 5 years business analyst or related work experience, preferably within mining industry.
Accountable for special projects.
First class English skills, in particular written English must be of a very high standard.

Education :
S1 (BS) Degree in Engineering (Mining Engineering degree are preferred, but not essential) from a recognized university. Overseas MBA or equivalent Master Degree would be an advantage.

Responsibilities :
Mining Market analysis. (eg size, growth, threats, competitors, external threats, cost drivers, innovation, strategy) :
Develop clear/accurate and up to date reports on the mining industry the Company operates in. Reports to identify all Key indicators that could impact out business key indicators.

Benchmarking :
Develop benchmarking of the Company performance against peers and competitors within mining industry.

Other requirements :
Preferable to have working experience in international companies.
May require travel to project sites within Indonesia from time to time for short durations.
First class English skills, in particular written English must be of a very high standard.
Team oriented, self motivated and ability to priorities work.
Strong interpersonal & communication skills. Able to effectively communicate with all levels of staff in organization.
A ‘can do’ attitude, with a hands on approach.

Business Improvement :
Assist Mining Business line GM – implement identified business improvement initiatives.
Investment assessment and modeling
Develop detailed financial models, including sensitivity analysis on potential mining investments.
Assist with acquisition reviews, due diligence on M&A opportunities.

We offer our staff a challenging and innovative work environment and an attractive salary package will be negotiated to ensure a high calibre appointment. To be considered for this exciting opportunity, please forward your application together with a detailed resume including recent photo, quoting reference number PTP-MIN-003 to : in Microsoft Word format/ PDF Format.

Application close: 08 September 2007.

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