Saturday, September 08, 2007

Grand Istana Rama Hotel Bali

Lowongan Kerja Bali
Grand Istana Rama Hotel
8 Sep 2007
Closing Date: 6-10-07.

Four Star rated Hotel, beach front located in Kuta Beach, Bali. With 146 Rooms with total of 1.7 Hectares.
Walking Distance to famous Kuta / Legian Shopping area. 15 Minutes drive to Ngurah Rai International Airport of Bali.

Human Resource Manager
(Bali - Kuta)

* Fluent in English and Computer literate
* Male
* Hold min S1 degree from reputable university majoring in Psychology or Law
* Familiar with Hotel Standard Operation Procedure and Indonesian Labour Law
* Having minimum 5 years experience as HRD Manager
* Able to conduct a qualified training in human resources
* Possess strong managerial and leadership skill, assertive and having good interpersonal skill

Qualified applicant should send their resume, latest photograph, previous working reference letter, transcript and diploma to our email address:

Untuk Berlangganan Info Lowongan Kerja Tiap hari, Masukkan Alamat Email Anda di sini:

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