Tuesday, September 25, 2007


25 Sep 2007 | expired: 08 October 2007

We are an international shipping company which have been active in the market for almost twenty years and listed on the Jakarta Stock Exchange. Due to rapid growth of our business we are now looking for a highly motivated and qualified individual to fill the following position:


-Min S-1, graduated from reputable universities majoring in business law, finance or public administration.
-Female , below 40 years of age will be preferable
-Having more than 6 years experience in public or investor relations including 2 years as Corporate Secretary.
-Fluent in English both oral and written
-Good knowledge in capital market regulation
-Excellent communication and interpersonal skill
-Computer literate

Resposible :
This is senior managerial level. The incumbent will be reporting directly to President Director and be responsible for all aspects of investor relations, corporate communication and capital market analysis.

Interested candidates are encouraged to email application letter & detailed resume to:

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

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