Weatherford, a multi-national company who are involved in the drilling and production sectors of oil, gas and geothermal projects worldwide, are seeking an enthusiastic, hard-working and motivated individual to fill the position of :
General Service Administrative Assistant
Knowledge of general office practices and procedures
Strong skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)
Experienced with expatriate formalities
Excellent written and verbal English & Bahasa Indonesia communication skills.
Experienced in Travel Arrangements
2 (two) years experience in general admin duties
D3 secretary or similar
Please visit our website www.weatherford.com for applying the above position & other vacant positions online. Interested and qualified candidates only can send your complete resume in English with a recent photograph.
NOTE: Only candidates that meet the above qualification will be shortlisted.
24 Januari 2008
Thursday, January 24, 2008
Label: Administrasi - Sekretaris
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