Friday, May 30, 2008

HRD Job vacancy, Lowongan Personalia Nissan Motor

Nissan Motor Indonesia

HRD Staff
(Purwakarta (Cikampek))

Hold Bachelor (S1) degree major in Management or Accounting with GPA min 3.00 out of 4.00
Preferably has 1 year experience as administration staff (Fresh Graduate are welcome to apply)
Female, single, age maximum 22 - 25 years old
Fluent in English (both oral and written)
Has good computer skill
Can work accurately, dependable, and has initiative
Fast learner, hard working, can work under pressure, available work overtime
Has good interpersonal relationship, communication skill, & able to work as team

Payroll (salary, overtime, bonus, etc.)
Personnel (employee data, employee contract, attendance, leave new employee)
Employee attention (sick, death, baby born)
Benefit (medical, hospital, glasses)
HRIS (Updated data)
Outsource (Monitoring)

Please submit your complete application letter Before June 27th, 2008 to:

HRD-GA Division
Gd.Nissan MT.Haryono 3rd floor
Jl. MT.Haryono Kav.10 Jakarta Timur 13330
(Code: HRD - Plant)

Or via email:
(Subject: HRD - Plant)

Only short listed candidates who meet requirement will be notified.
Closing Date: 27-6-08

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