Monday, July 21, 2008

Job at Nissan Motor, Lowongan Manajemen Informatika / T Industri

Lowongan Teknik Industri & Manajemen informatika

Nissan Motor Indonesia

Logistic Local Parts Staff (Outsourcing)
(Jakarta Raya - Cikampek (Purwakarta))

Hold Diploma degree major in Industrial Engineering or Informatics Management with GPA min 3.00 out of 4.00
Preferably fresh graduate
Male, single, max 24 years old
Able to operate Microsoft Office (especially Ms. Word and Ms. Excel)
Can work accurately

Control local parts avaibility
Release PO to supplier
Control delivery
Follow up to supplier

Please submit your complete application letter Before August 19th, 2008 to:

HRD-GA Division
Gd.Nissan MT.Haryono 3rd floor
Jl. MT.Haryono Kav.10 Jakarta Timur 13330
(Code: LLP)

Or via email:
(Subject: LLP)

Only short listed candidates who meet requirement will be notified.
Closing Date: 19-8-08

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