Thursday, November 06, 2008

Tax Job vacancy, Lowongan Perpajakan

Lowongan Pajak


Company Description
PEC-Tech is a leading international development and turnkey EPC group, servicing the pulp and paper, and infrastructure in Asia. The head office is located in Singapore with offices and projects in Indonesia, China, Malaysia, Brazil and Hong-kong. Our rapid expansion has led to the following new position available in Riau – Sumatra, then continue for our China Project.

We are looking for highly motivated professionals to fill in the positions below:

Tax Supervisor

Willing to work in Pangkalan Kerinci, Riau, Sumatra.
Good communication in English. Mandarin would be advantages.
D3/ S1 Accounting/ Tax, minimum GPA 2.75 (scale of 4.0)
Hard working, self motivated and dynamic person.
Able to operate computer (at least Ms.Office programs)
Male/ Female
Has experience minimum 3 years in taxation, with experience in supervisory level.

If you interested in joining us, please join our job portal and submit your resume to :

Untuk Berlangganan Info Lowongan Kerja Tiap hari, Masukkan Alamat Email Anda di sini:

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