Saturday, August 25, 2007

Job Vacancy at PT Makro Indonesia

25 AGUSTUS 2007 | Closing Date: 23-9-07.

PT Makro Indonesia

Store General Manager (code : SGM)
(Jakarta Timur)

Requirements:-MBA degree holder and has executive development training from reputable institution.
-Male/Female with age not more than 40 years old
-At least 5 years experience in a senior management /general mgt level from foreign retail operations
-Able to make sound business decisions consistent with Makro Business System and concepts.
-Good understanding of basic food science is an advantage
-People oriented with excellent HBO skills
-Willing to be stationed in all regions of Indonesia
-Required language(s): English.

Oversee and direct total store operations to ensure attainment of established targets through constant monitoring of sales, customer activity, stock management and all operating and personnel cost expenses.

PT Makro Indonesia
Jl.Lingkar Luar Selatan Kav 6,
Jakarta Timur,
Jakarta Raya 13750

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Put code SGM

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