Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Lowongan Reporter SCTV 2008, Job Vacancy TV

Reporter SCTV Lowongan September 2008


* Excellent Interpersonal and Communication
* Have a Big Interest in Broadcast Industry
* Fluent in English and Indonesian language
* Computer literate, Hardworking, Willing to travel and Work Long Hours
* Fresh Graduated
* At least a bachelor’s Degree at any field (GPA min 3.00)
* Maximum age 26 years old
* Sense of news, Good looking and Camera Face
* Willing to work in Jakarta

Please Send Application Letter, CV and recent Photograph. Put the code on the upper left corner of the envelop or in the e-mail subject to:

PO.BOX 1919

JKP 11000


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