Saturday, November 03, 2007


3 OCTOBER 2007


We are a growing faster consumer goods manufacturer located in Gresik – East Java, are looking for a young, dynamic and professional candidate to fill the following position :

IT Staff (IT)

General Requirement:
-Domicile at Central Java or East Java
-English literate is a must (oral and written).
-Can work under pressure, having capability to work as a team
-Honest and loyal
-Hard Worker, independent, and with strong leadership ability.
-Troubleshooting and Network Administrator.
-Able to handle Hardware and Software complaint, Hardware maintenance,
-Maximum age 25 years
-No health restriction.
-Graduated from S1 degree in Information Technology
-Minimum GPA 3

Send Application and Curriculum Vitae stating Educational Background no longer than two weeks to:

“There is no correspondence with applicant, only good applicant will be called for test”

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