Monday, September 03, 2007

Job Career at PT SINAR SOSRO

3Sep 2007
expired: 14 September 2007

We are a well known beverage company in Indonesia, looking for professional, ambitious and highly motivated individual to join our team in a successful company for the position as:


Q u a l i f i c a t i o n :
-Min. Bachelor Degree in: Mechanical Engineering, Electric Engineering, Chemistry Engineering, Food Technology. Accounting, Management, Psychology and Law
-Works Experience : 0 - 1 year
-Age: 25 - 28 years old
-Minimal GPA 3.00
-Computer literacy : Ms. Office, excel and PowerPoint
-Fast learner, strong leadership and managerial skill
-Proactive, ambitious, target oriented
-Possess Excellent communication & interpersonal skill
-This position will be located in : East Java / Jawa Timur

Please submit a comprehensive resume, current and expected salary details
and recent photograph (with position on the subject) not later than 2 (two) weeks to:

Jl. Raya sultan Agung KM 28 Kelurahan Medan Satria
Bekasi 17132 Jawa Barat
E-mail :

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