Career Opportunities for Qualified Candidates in Oil & Gas Company
PT PERTAMINA (PERSERO) is a state oil and gas company in Indonesia, with focused missions to carry out integrated core business in oil, gas, and biofuel based on sound commercial principles, and strong corporate values : Clean, Competitive, Confident, Customer Focused, Commercial, and Capable, in order to provide added value to shareholders, customers, employees and community as well as to support the national economic growth, invites skilled, trained, & qualified candidates to fill the following positions:
Business Development (BD)
Bachelor Degree (S1 or S2) from reputable university (domestic/overseas) in Technical Engineering and Economics-Management/Business. Minimum 5 years job experience as Corporate Planning in reputable domestic/ multinational company, responsible to Marketing Intelegence, Strategic Formulation, Financial Modelling/Business Portofolio.
Organization Development (OD)
Bachelor Degree (S1) in Economics Management or Industrial Engineering with minimum 5 years of experience working with organization development in reputable domestic/ multinational company.
Sales Representative (SR)
Bachelor Degree (S1) from reputable university (domestic/overseas) in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Economics-Management/Business. Minimum 5 years job experience as marketing/sales executive in reputable domestic/ multinational company, responsible to execute sales and marketing programs.
a. Contracts (LC)
Bachelor Law Degree (S1) with 10 years or more professional experience in analyzing, drafting, structuring, negotiating, finalizing and administering engineering consulting, services and construction contracts related to petroleum upstream and downstream activities. Experience in the regulation and administration of tender activities is also useful. Professional legal experience may be gained either as an in-house lawyer or with a law firm.
b. Litigation and Opinion (LL)
Bachelor Law Degree (S1) with a qualified legal practitioner. Education/Training in both civil and common law with 10 years experience in preparing legal opinions and legal briefs and in court-room advocacy up to and including the court of appeals level. Previous experience in oil and gas industry and/or with financial institutions will be regarded and advantageous.
All candidates shall be:
Maximum 35 years of age (for BD, SR and OD)
Excellent comunication, presentation, and negotiation skills, manage to work under pressure, dynamic, self motivated with proactive attitude.
Good in English both oral and written
Willing to be assigned everywhere within company assignment.
Able to organize things and to coordinate with various disciplines to ensure the compatibility with all interfacing areas of the project.
Able to work with computer package.
Should you meet the above qualifications, please send your application with complete CV, copy of certificate and transcript, and a recent photograph (colored 4Ã–6) and put position code on envelope corner within one week at the latest 26th April 2008 to:
PO BOX 3729
JKP - 10037
- Only short-listed candidates will be notified -
Friday, April 25, 2008
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