ROYAL STANDARD, PT
A national manufacturing company located in Jakarta, Surabaya, Medan and others offering paper stationary to corporate, banking, industry and local goverment is looking for :
A highly talented individuals to support the company to expand itself in providing total business solution to its customers.
PRODUCTION SUPERVISIOR (SP)
· Highly integrity, hard worker, able to work under pressure and team work
· Target oriented
· Min. 3 years working experience in similar / related position
· Male 30-35 years old
· Min. D3 engineering degree major Graphical
If you are interested in career opportunity with us, please submit ONLY your Resume/ CV stated with Scanned Photo, GPA and Expected Salary in Ms. Word (max 200kb) and include the Job Title as your E-mail Subject to :
Advertised 29 March 2008
Saturday, March 29, 2008
ROYAL STANDARD, PT
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