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Operating in Downstream Oil Products, Shell Indonesia serves the business and motorist market segments. Shell Indonesia manages the business operations that include marketing and trading lubricants directly as well as through its appointed distributors.
As part of Shell, one of the world’s leading group of energy and petrochemical companies, Shell Indonesia shares a rich history with Indonesia that reaches back over 100 years.
If you’re looking to build on your experience and are ready for more challenges, better development opportunities and real scope to make a difference, this is the place to be.
We are currently recruiting top calibre individuals to join our team in the following positions:
• Tax/Treasurer Executive
• Regional Sales Manager Jakarta
• Retail Finance Manager
• Retail Sales and Operation
• Retail HSSE Manager
• Retail Project Engineer
• SAP - Supply Analyst
• Customer Liaison Supervisor
• Depo Development Lead
• B2C Direct Marketing Specialist
• Retail Procurement Executive
• Retail Business Development Manager
• Retail Senior Construction Engineer
• Retail Business Development Planner
• Retail Sales and Operation Territory Manager
• Material Planner Finish Goods
• Material Planner Packaging and 3rd Party Production
• SAP - Supply Chain Finance/ Business Analyst
• SAP - B2B & Lubricant Communication and Change Lead
• Front Line Technical Support Balikpapan
• Transport and Operation Executive Balikpapan
• Transport and Area Logistics Executive Bekasi
• Power Sector Key Account Manager
• Supply and Distribution B2B Procurement Executive
• Warehouse Executive Bekasi
• Fuels Technical Manager
• Customer Service Staff
• National Logistics Manager
• Distribution Operation Lead
• Distribution HSSE Lead
To be considered for any of these positions, you must be a degree holder with more than five years of relevant experience.
Shell Indonesia’s compensation and benefits package is designed to recognise the experience and expertise of top talented professionals.
Shell Indonesia has received the Indonesia’s Most Admired Companies (IMAC) Award 2007 for Oil & Gas category for its best Corporate Image. The Business Week Magazine and Frontier Consulting Group have awarded Shell Indonesia with the award.
For more information and to apply online, please visit :
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Monday, September 03, 2007
3 Sep 2007
Label: JOBS OIL AND GAS
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