Banking Job as Analyst
BANK NEGARA INDONESIA (PERSERO), PT, TBK
1. Lulusan dari PTN dan PTS yang terkemuka, Fakultas Teknik atau MIPA. Khusus PTS, yang mempunyai akreditisasi A
2. Syarat IPK minimal 2,75 (PTN) dan 3,00 (PTS)
3. Menguasai bahasa inggris minimal pasif.
4. Penguasaan bahasa inggris aktif akan memiliki nilai tambah.
5. Usia maksimal 30 tahun.
6. Sehat jasmani dan rohani.
a. Diutamakan lulusan S1/S2 dari Fakultas Teknik atau MIPA.
b. Mempunyai pengalaman kerja di bidang business development IT pada institusi keuangan (perbankan, securities, asuransi) minimal 1 tahun.
Surat lamaran ditujukan melalui email ke :
atau melalui Pos ke :
Bank BNI – Divisi Teknologi Informasi
Gedung Landmark Tower A Lt. 11
Jl. Jend. Sudirman No. 1 Jakarta
Up. Kelompok Penunjang
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Friday, May 09, 2008
Banking Job as Analyst
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