Friday, December 28, 2007




Area sales Supervisor (ASV)

Responsibilities :
General business planning, budgeting and inventory ( Cost Control )
Generate branch sales forcast, summarize branch and performance report
Maintain and improve the monthly revenues
Sourcing to supplier
Create sales strategy and sales compaign
Ensure Branch for achieving target
Daily control of operation activity & reporting
Build relationship with stake holders

Requirements :
Male, Age Max 32 years
Education Min S1 ( Any majoring )
At last 2 years proven sales / marketing experience in otomotive / same level
Familiar with Microsoft Office program
Fast learning ability
Able to work under pressure
Target oriented & strong analytical thinking
Excellent interpersonal & negotiable skill
Excellent communication, high achievement orientation

Please submit your application with a comprehensive resume, a recent photograph & please state the position code you apply on the envelope to
Jl. Dewi Sartika No.366 Jakarta Timur.

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