Tuesday, February 05, 2008



We, a multinational company that moves in selling trucks and buses are currently looking for potential and talented people from acknowledged universities for the following position and qualifications:


Requirements :
Min 25 years max 28 years
Graduated S1 Accounting
Having experience 2 years in same field
Quick learner, good Initiative, Good Communication.
Fluent in English
Computer literate
Experience in Finance, Accounting or Banking is a must


Requirements :
S1 Accounting with overall GPA minimum 2.75, preferably from reputable university
Aged 24-34 years
Having experience 2 years in same field
Fluent in English (written & spoken)
Computer literate
Understand internal control
Understand Sarbanes Oaxley preferable
Strong will and able to work as a team

Interested candidates who meet the above should send in detail their resume, stating the expected salary, enclosed with recent passport – sized photograph and supporting documents.

To Know more about us, please visit : www.hino.co.id

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