Thursday, April 17, 2008

Lowongan Bank Internasional Indonesia (BII), Bank Job 2008


Bank Internasional Indonesia

PT. Bank Internasional Indonesia - Home Loan Division

We are a fast growing private national Bank are seeking several qualified individuals to support our expanding business in Jakarta area for the following positions :


Requirements :
Target oriented with good communication and interpersonal skill
Attractive and good appearance
Highly motivated and hard worker
Min 1 year experience as credit analyst, preferably in Banking or Financial Industry. High potential Fresh Graduate is welcome to apply
Bachelor Degree (S1) from a reputable university with GPA 2,75
Single, maximum 27 year of age

Please send your detail resume, a recent photograph and other supporting documents to:

Bank Internasional Indonesia
Home Loan Credit Initiation Division
Wisma Eka Jiwa Lt. 7
Jl. Mangga Dua Raya, Jakarta 10730

Email :

Please state the position code on the top left on your envelope.
Only short listed candidate will be notified.

Advertised 17 April 2008

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