Djarum has come a long way over the last half a century. Today, we employ 75.000 people and our high-tech mass production lines produce cigarettes for domestic and international markets. As one of the top revenue-generating companies in Indonesia, Djarum’s development is nothing less than a rags-to-riches success story.
Internal Auditor Surabaya
- Bachelor degree in Accounting from reputable university with a minimum GPA of 3.0
- Have 1-2 years professional experience as External Auditor is advantage
- Male, aged between 20-25 years old, preferably single
- Will be based in Surabaya
- Traveling is required
Some essential duties of our Internal Auditor include drafting audit report, control accuracy of financial records, briefing audit findings to management, and preparing recommendation for corrective actions.
For interested candidates, please submit your application letter and resume (indicating the position applied) no later than 14 March 2008 to HRD Department PT Djarum; Jl. Kedung Doro 34, Surabaya 60251
5 March 2008
Wednesday, March 05, 2008
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