Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Human Resources & Gen. Affair Specialist

9 OKTOBER 2007
Immidiate Vacant Position (Human Resources & Gen. Affair Specialist)

We are a subsidiary of multinational pharmaceutical company, currently
looking for a qualified individual to be posted as:

Human Resources & Gen. Affair Specialist

Standard Requirement:
* Female, maximum 32 years old.
* Good command in recruitment process; able to operate psychological test & producing psychological analysis.
* 3 years of relevance experience in Human Resources area & GA
* English proficiency and Computer literate is a must.
* Bachelor degree in Psychological.

Those who are interested and believe to be match with our need are
encourage to send their complete application letter (with pas photo) to
us no later by October 11:

PT. Astellas Pharma Indonesia

Wisma Kyoei Prince 11th floor, Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav. 3

Jakarta 10220

Email: erpani.taufan@id.astellas.com

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