Monday, May 12, 2008

Job Vacacy at PT Aeon Credit Service


Company Description

PT. ÆON CREDIT SERVICE INDONESIA, an internationally renowned consumer financing company, seeks enthusiastic and highly skilled professionals for the following positions.

Credit Management Administration (Code: 0805-005)

Job Description :
Perform data analysis
Prepare data reporting
Perform administration tasks
Support daily collection operation

Male/Female, Max 30 years old
Minimum a Bachelor Degree (S1) holder
Min. 1 year experience at similar field (Fresh Graduate are welcome to apply)
Strong proficiency in writing and speaking English
Familiar with Microsoft Office
Able to joint immediately

Kindly send your CVs and the recent photograph to:
Summitmas II, 12/F, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav.61-62, Jakarta 12190

or email to

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