Wednesday, August 22, 2007


22 AGUSUTUS 2007
We, SAMSUNG CORPORATION are seeking highly qualified person to be joining our company as :


Requirements :

- S1 graduate from Reputable University
- Possess min 5 years experience in Steel Marketing (Domestic or Export)
- Motivated in selling
- Good communication, presentation and interpersonal skill
- Able to read, write and speak good English
- Age 35 – 45 years old

Please send your application, full resume and and photograh to :

7th Floor, Menara Kebon Sirih, Suite 703
Jl. Kebon Sirih No 17 – 19
Jakarta 10340
Email :

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