TIRTA INVESTAMA, PT
It’s our aim here in Danone to be the world’s fastest moving food company, with notion concept of health and nutritious products . Danone Aqua , as part of Danone Group, is a leading Beverage Company in Indonesia and no.1 Water producer in the World, invites high competent Human Resource Professionals to join our company as :
Í University degree in Electrical / Mechanical / Industrial Engineering
Í Minimum work experience 3 – 5 years as Production Manager
Í Good command in English both verbal & written
Í Good analytical and problem solving skills
This position will report to Plant Manager. The incumbent is responsible to :
Assist in establising objective, policies, standards, and production schedules in the production department to ensure volume, quality, and cost effectiveness.
If you consider that you are the right candidate please send your recent comprehensive resume to :
Human Resources Division
PT Tirta Investama (DANONE AQUA)
Subject : Production Manager
not more than 2 weeks after this advertisement. Qualified candidates will be notified and invited for interviews.
Advertised 2 May 2008
Friday, May 02, 2008
TIRTA INVESTAMA, PT
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