SCHNEIDER INDONESIA, PT
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Technical Engineer for Low Voltage Panel (Distribution & MCC) Cikarang Based.
S1 degree in Electrical Power Engineering.
Minimum 2 years of experience in related job (preferably in control panel maker).
Proficient in English, verbal and written.
Computer literate (Windows applications).
Responsible for implementing Distribution Board and Motor Control Center.
Manage Complaint and Part Data Based.
Preparing/ Updating Offering Tools.
Submit your CV to Human Resources Division
Lowongan Kerja S1
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
SCHNEIDER INDONESIA, PT
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