Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Lowongan Kerja IT Jakarta

Lowongan IT jakarta

IT Job vacancy


We are multinational Consumer Goods Company of Indonesia, with head office in Jakarta. We are specializing in sales and distribution for our corporate manufacturing of foods and beverage.

NOW! We are expanding our business and open our doors to highly motivated and performance-oriented individuals who want to contribute and participate in the rapid growth of our company.


Excellent analytical skill and innovative problem solving
Proactive, hardworking, disciplined, results oriented
Fresh graduate are encouraged to apply
Male/Female, max age 27 years old
Minimum S1 Degree, majoring in Engineering or Accounting with GPA min. 3.00
Familiar in computer literate, especially in Ms. Excel

If you meet the requirements, please send your comprehensive resume with recent photograph, copy of academic transcript & ID Card to the following address:



Jl. Palmerah Barat no. 82

Jakarta Barat 11480

email: recruitment.distribusi@orangtua.co.id

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