Sunday, August 24, 2008

Jobs Vacancy at An EPC Power Company, Lowongan Terbaru

An EPC Power Company; 8 Positions

Our company that specialised in engineering design, procurement & construction of boiler, turbine & power plant business. Urgently seeking for capable and professional personels to fill the following position:
1. Project manager & engineering (mechanical, civil, electrical)
2. Drafter (mechanical, civil, electrical & instrument)
3. Sales manager & sales engineer
4. Procurement officer
5. Logistic / warehousing
6. Finance & accounting officer
7. IT officer
8. Secretary (can translate mandarin and English)

• Experience in boiler, turbine & power plant are preferable (1 - 5)
• Fluent in English oral & written. Mandarin is must (8) (1 -7 are preferable)
• Willing to be located in project site (1, 2, 4, 5)
• Education minimal S1 (1 - 7)
• Having experience min. 3 years (1 - 7)

Application send to:
Komplek Pergudangan Miami
JI Rawa Melati Blok A1 No.5 Tegal Alur
Jakarta Barat 11820
email: /

Expiry date: September 06, 2008

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