Monday, May 12, 2008

RF Link Technician Job, Lowongan RCTI TV


Rajawali Citra Televisi Indonesia, stasiun televisi swasta terdepan, membutuhkan tenaga muda potensial yang energetic dan berdedikasi untuk menempati posisi sebagai :

RF Link Technician

Menguasai perangkat Downlink, SNG, dan Microwave
Fresh graduate atau pengalaman di bidang yang sama maksimum 3 tahun
Bersedia bekerja dalam sistem shift
D3 Elektro, Jurusan Telekomunikasi, IPK minimum 3
Usia 21-25 tahun

Surat lamaran disertai CV, fotokopi ijasah & pas photo berwarna ukuran 4x6 dapat dikirimkan ke (Cantumkan kode JDB di sudut kanan amplop) :

Human Resource Department

PT. Rajawali Citra Televisi Indonesia

Jl. Raya Pejuangan Kebon Jeruk

Jakarta 110530

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