BANK KEB INDONESIA, PT
PT. Bank KEB Indonesia, a subsidiary of Korea Exchange Bank, Korea is seeking a candidate for the position:
Proficient in English both written and spoken.
Ability to write and speak Korean language will be an advantage.
Willing to work hard and self motivated.
Having at least 1+ year experience in General Administration. However, fresh graduates are also encouraged to apply.
S1 graduate from reputable university with good academic result.
Please send your complete application at least 2 weeks after this advertising to:
HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
PT. Bank KEB Indonesia
Wisma GKBI 20th Floor Suite 2002
JL. Jend. Sudirman No.28 Jakarta 10210
Or email to: email@example.com
ONLY THOSE WHO FULFILL THE QUALIFICATIONS WILL BE CALLED FOR AN INTERVIEW
Advertised 3 May 2008
Saturday, May 03, 2008
BANK KEB INDONESIA, PT
Label: Lowongan di Bank
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