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PT. ZTE Indonesia as subsidiary company of ZTE Corporation is one of the leading telecommunication solution suppliers based on China providing total solution to telecom carriers worldwide. ZTE’s over 26,000 employees are working in more than 70 countries and regions in Asia, America, Europe, Africa, etc. In coping with our expansion in local market depending on our Indonesian large project demand, ZTE is looking for outstanding employees in Indonesia to fill in the vacant position of:
SITAC & CME COORDINATOR
Graduate from Civil / Electrical Engineering
Having more than 2 years experience in Site Acquisition Activity
Familiar with GSM/CDMA environment is an advantage
Advanced understanding of Project Schedule, Project Budget, Project Quality, Project Risk and other project tools
Good knowledge in Ms Windows’s application software
Good knowledge using tools such as GPS and application software such as MapInfo, Photoshop, etc
Familiar to site documentation process including legal ownership documents verification process
Have experience in 'quality & acceptance' for SITAC & CME
Willing to travel to all operational area
Strong commitment and team worker
Strong interpersonal and communication skill
Flexibility and ability to adapt to a changing environment and to approach challenges with creativity and resourcefulness
Assign and SITAC engineer to perform monitoring Site Acquisition process for securing progress achievement purpose.
To ensure services delivered by SPs are following to Customer standard requirement
As a coordinator to manage sub project for SITAC & CME
Manage the SITAC/CME team to control the progress of SITAC & CME, fulfill customer’s implementation schedule
Manage the SITAC/CME team to solve the problem in the project
Support SITAC & CME Manager to get to the milestone based on the schedule
Please submit your resume completely (CV, Certificate, Transcript, ID Card and recent photograph
to : firstname.lastname@example.org
• Willing to work or travelling to the regions (JKT= Jakarta , WJ=West Java, CJ=Central Java, EJ=East Java, MKS=Makassar, MDN=Medan, BJM= Banjarmasin ).
• Fluently in English (verbally & written) is a must. Ability to converse in Mandarin would be an added advantage.
• Possess positive working attitude and able to handle pressure independently and work independently with minimum supervision .
• Able to work in multicultural environment as well to work in multitasking condition to meet tight deadlines.
• Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• Details minded, self-motivated and able to work independently to meet tight deadlines.
Please submit your resume completely (CV, Certificate, Transcript, ID Card and recent photograph)
Post them to
The East Building, 26th-27th Floor, Jl. Lingkar Mega Kuningan Kav. E3.2, No. 1, Jakarta
Please put the position and the region code you wish to apply as subject (e.g. TSE- BJM).
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
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