Tuesday, May 27, 2008

IT Jobs, Lowongan D3 Solo, Yogyakarta, Denpasar, Semarang, Bandung & Jakarta

Our client is an outstanding telecommunication company that needs
highly skilled and motivated people. In supporting the company’s rapid
growth, it requires outstanding people.

English: basic level
Computer skills: MS Office, networking
Willing to be placed in Bandung, Jakarta, Solo, Yogyakarta, Semarang,
Male/Female, age max. 25 years old
D3 Telecommunication/Informatics/Electrical Engineering graduate
(fresh graduates are welcomed)
Personality traits desired: honest, trustworthy, responsible,
highly-motivated, disciplined, hard worker, ability to work
independently, good customer relations, quick learner

Job applications including cover letter, CV, can be submitted via
e-mail to

Application deadline: 31 May 2008

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