LEIGHTON CONTRACTORS INDONESIA, PT
PT Leighton Contractors Indonesia is part of Leighton Holdings Limited, Australia’s largest and most experienced construction group, which also has 30 years of experience on projects throughout Asia and a growing presence in the Arabian Gulf. With an annual revenue of A$11.9
billion, total assets amounting to more than A$4.7 billion & a value of work in hand in excess of A$ 21.0 billion for the financial year ending 30-Jun-07, the Leighton Group has the financial strength and resources to make a real contribution to the successful implementation of major
projects in Indonesia
We have an immediate opening for:
1. Hold a bachelor Degree from Economic majoring Accounting/Finance preferable Finance
2. Able communicate in English
3. Knowledge of MS Office application is a must
4. Able to work independently
5. Fresh Graduate – 2 years experience
We provide attractive benefits to selected candidates. Please apply by sending your CV and recent photo to: firstname.lastname@example.org or hard copy to: PO BOX No. 1453 Jakarta Selatan 1201
Lowongan Kerja 27 Desember 2007
Thursday, December 27, 2007
Label: ACCOUNTING AND TAX
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