PT Panasonic Gobel Indonesia
As a leading joint venture company in sales and after sales service for electronics devices, We are seeking outstanding individuals to fill in the following position :
(Jakarta Raya - Jakarta Timur)
Having a driving license (A and/or C)
Willing to be positioned in all our branches throughout Indonesia.
Good communication and negotiation skills is a must
Computer literate and good command in English
Strong analytical skill with high initiatives
Self-motivated, target oriented, mature, and able to work under pressure
Diploma Degree of any discipline with minimum GPA 2,75
1 year experience in sales electronic would be an advantage
Male with maximum age of 30
Please send your comprehensive application (CV, a recent photograph, copy of diploma and academic transcript) and indicate position code on top-left of the envelope or as a subject not later than 14 days after this advertisement to :
PT. Panasonic Gobel Indonesia
Jl. Dewi Sartika Cawang II
Jakarta Timur 13630
Advertised 14 March 2008 Closing Date: 11-4-08
Friday, March 14, 2008
Label: Sales - Marketing
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