Is looking for young, dynamic, self-motivated and dedicated persons to fill the following positions for its expanding banking operation
CUSTOMER SERVICE OFFICER
Required Qualifications and Skills:
Excellent selling and networking skills
Good interpersonal and communication skills
Excellent English written and verbal communication
Willing to be posted in any city in Indonesia
Minimum Bachelor’s Degree from a reputable university with GPA > 3.00
Having experience at least 1 (one) year experience in the similar area
Having good product knowledge and understanding on daily banking operation/service practices
A self starter who is ambitious and a strongly motivated team player
Strong business driven
Please send comprehensive resume along with contact telephone number and recent photograph to:
Human Resources Department
PT Bank Commonwealth
P.O. Box 8367 JKSMP
(Please put code PB on the top left side of the envelope)
All applicants will be treated in strict confidence. Only short-listed candidates will be notified.
Advertised 26 April 2008
Saturday, April 26, 2008
Label: Lowongan di Bank
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