Monday, March 10, 2008

Lowongan Bank Bumiputera (Solo, Palembang, Bogor dan Makasar)


The Bank will open our new branches at SOLO, PALEMBANG, BOGOR & MAKASAR. We invite energetic, dedicated & high potential talents to join for the positions as:


Qualifications :
Have an excellent interpersonal relationship, dynamic, target oriented and eager to success
Experience in handling Consumer, Commercial and SME Banking
Male or Female
Min. S1 education level
Capable to demonstrate interpersonal skill and leadership
Have a set dbase of valuable customers or accounts at related city
Have a good track record in achieving sales target
Min. 7 years experience at the similar position in banking industry
Age 30 - 45 years old

A very competitive remuneration package commensurate with skills & experience will be offered to successful applicants

Submit your comprehensive CV and recent photograph
before 14 March 2008
send via email to

10 MARCH 2008

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