28 Sep 2007
BANK SYARIAH MANDIRI
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE BIGGEST BANK SYARIAH IN INDONESIA
PT. BANK SYARIAH MANDIRI invites top notch Banking Professionals to join up with its winning team.
We required self driven people who genuinely enjoy dealing with or support others to be successful. They who take pride in their work and have high standards of integrity, punctuality as well as personal actualization.
ACCOUNT OFFICERS (MO)
The requirements :
-S-1 degree, with Minimum GPA 3,00 from reputable university
-Willing to be stationed at all offices throughout Indonesia
-Able to read Al Qur’an, is an advantage
-Minimum 3 years experience at similar position in Finance or Banking industry
-Computer literate and understand English
If the above criteria suits you, please send your comprehensive resume within 10 days from today with recent photograph by stating the position code at the top left side of envelope to :
PT. BANK SYARIAH MANDIRI
Recruitment & Placement Dept.
Gd. Menara BDN Lt 5
Jl. Kebon Sirih No. 83
Thursday, September 27, 2007
28 Sep 2007
Label: Career And job Bank
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