Saturday, February 23, 2008

Chief Auditor & HRD - Banking, Lowongan bank terbaru

Our Client, One of The Banks in Indonesia urgently need:

Chief Auditor (VP) - Banking
(Jakarta Raya)

Min. Bachelor's Degree.
8 years of working experience in auditing banks.
Has experience as head an internal audit task unit (SKAI).
Certified bank auditor.

Lead auditor team of 10 people
Responsible to re-construct audit system and reorganization of audit department
Manages and head an internal audit task unit (SKAI)
Report to the President Director and board of commissioners and responsible to the audit committee

2. Human Resource Division Head (VP)-Banking
(Jakarta Raya)

Bachelor's Degree.
8 years of working experience in HR Banking.
Hands on recruitment, training, payroll and people development.

Lead HR team consist of 6 people
Responsible to the development of HR division. Area to be develop such as recruitment, training, payroll and people development
Report to President Director

Qualified individuals who are interested in exploring this challenging opportunity should promptly submit their resumes to

23 feb 2008

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