PT Combiphar is a fast growing pharmaceutical company with concern for healthcare & quality. Recently, we are seeking for high qualified candidates to fill in our vacancies as;
* Hold S1 / S2 degree in Psychology with Psychologist Profession Certification from reputable university
* Hold Professional License or SIPP (Surat Izin Prakter Psikolog) is an advantage
* Minimum 2 years experience in HR area
* Experienced in psychological assessment, make a psychological analysis / reporting
* Have good knowledge and skill to using psychological test / tools
* Able to perform multiple tasks under pressure
* Strong interpersonal skill and able to work in a team
* Fluency in English both oral and written
* Computer Literate
* Can joint immediately
Email your CV and put your job destination code with current photograph, maximum 2 weeks from this advertisement and stated your expected salary, to:
We offer you great career opportunity and competitive compensation package.
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