Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Job Vacancy at PT LG ELectronics, Lowongan support HP

PT LG ELectronics Indonesia

Area Support Mobile Phone
(Surabaya, Yogyakarta, Denpasar, Makasar, Palembang, Jakarta)

Minimum bachelor degree from any discipline
Maximum 30 years old
Minimum 2 years experience in maintain relationship with dealer
Having experience in mobile phone sales is preferable
Hard worker, honest, high integrity and initiative person
Fluent in English both oral & written
Computer literate
Some person will be located at Branch office (Surabaya, Yogyakarta, Denpasar, Makasar, Medan, Palembang, Jakarta)

S/he shall be responsible to maintain mobile phone sales and build relationship with dealer/ market.

Should you interested and meet our requirements, please send your complete resume with recent photograph to : laelasaridewi@lge.com

Put the code of position & work location you applied (ex : Area Support Mobile Phone Denpasar)

PT LG ELectronics Indonesia
Kawasan Industri MM 2100 Blok G Cibitung Bekasi Bekasi 11111.

Closing Date: 8-7-08

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