Monday, September 17, 2007

Great Job at Coal Mining Company

Lowongan Pertambangan PT Arutmin Indonesia - Coal Mining Company
17 sep 2007
expired: 22 September 2007

PT Arutmin Indonesia is a modern coal mining company supplying highly competitive coal products with a high reactivity and excellent combustion characteristics. Stringent quality assurance procedures and outstanding customer support have made us a preferred provider of coal products for power plants and industrial plants in Asia and beyond. To support its growth, the company is searching for a high potential and dynamic individual to fill the positions as :


General Qualification :

• Good communication skills in English both written and oral, computer skills in Microsoft Office Program.
• Capable to work with minimum supervision, reliable, resourceful, willing to work hard and under pressure.
• High integrity and dedicated, team work oriented and excellent interpersonal skills and high commitment to PTAI standards in environment, safety and business ethic.


This is a Staff position reporting to Logistics & Quality Superintendent. This position is based in South Kalimantan and responsible to prepare and monitor barges, vessel schedules from PLO to NPLCT and anchorage loading, prepare vessel line up (NPLCT and anchorage loading) to meet with contractual and sales requirements, manage logistics improvements projects.

Specific requirements to apply :

• Min. S1 in Sciences and Engineering
• Min. 2 years experience in the coal industry.
• Reasonable knowledge and understanding of export and domestics coal industry.
• Reasonable knowledge and understanding of coal mining, processing, handling, logistics.
• Experience in coal quality management or logistics role highly desirable.


This is a senior staff position reporting to Coal Technology Manager. This position is based in South Kalimantan and responsible to plan and direct quality & logistics management of the Arutmin Coal Chain, coordinate and optimize coal flow by scheduling weekly barging, vessel and NPLCT stockpiling and reclaiming activities, prepare vessel blend plans, Manage quality control improvements projects, satisfy customer coal delivery requirements within time, cost, quality and safety parameters as well as to the overall success of Bumi’s export/business goals.

Specific requirements to apply :

• Min. S1 graduated in sciences or Engineering.
• Minimum 5 years experience in the coal industry.
• Excellent knowledge and understanding of export and domestic coal industry.
• Excellent knowledge and understanding of coal mining, processing, handling and logistics.
• Able and willing to travel extensively both international and domestic.

All applications will be kept strictly confidential and only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Please send your application and resume in English, recent photograph & Copy ID card and put the position code (SLQ) or (LC) at the top-right side of the envelope not later than 7 (seven) days from the date of this advertisement to :

PO. BOX 4619 JKP 10046
or fax 021-57945688

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