Vacancy for “SAFETY OFFICER ”
- Familiar with safety management system (OHSAS 18001, SMK3) and have
minimum 1 year experience in Safety Area
- Excellent in English (oral & written) & willing to work overtime
- Must be able to provide training and develop safety procedure
- Have strong analythical troubleshooting of safety problem
- Degree min. D3 / S1 (Majoring Occupational Health & Safety / K3 / Environ.)
- Male, age maximum 30 years old
- Good analytical, communication and negotiable skill
- Innovative, hard working and able to work under pressure
If you meet the above qualification, please send your CV (in MS-Word format) within 1 week to : firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com
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