Friday, December 21, 2007

Job Vacancy : Lowongan Komputer di PT. MICROLUX INDONESIA


We are a fast growing company in Prepress & Digital Printing machinery & supply, need a young, professional, and energic person, who will fill the position of :

Technical Support for Hardware & Software

Requirements :
- Have driving liesence (SIM C or A)
- Age 25 – 35 years old
- Education background : Electronics / Mechanical / Information Technology
- Prepress background is a plus
- Minimum Bachelor Degree
- Must be fluent in English, both oral and written

If you are confident that you meet our requirements, please forward your application with complete curriculum vitae & expected salary to :


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