Thursday, December 25, 2008

Job Supply Chain Manager, Lowongan Januari 2009

Power Job Vacancy - Lowongan Kerja

We are dynamic electrical French-German Company; Supply Chain Manager


We are dynamic electrical French-German Company operating since 12 years looking for Supply Chain Manager.

• Bachelor or MBA from good universities
• English is a must, German or French as advantages
• Excellent skill in ERP/ MRP
• Green six sigma and Lean manufacturing is an advantages
• Experiences as Supply Chain Manager min 3 years in multi national company

• Ensure good customer satisfaction with internal and external customers
• Lean Manufacturing - Raw materials and Export warehouse
• Manage roll out of projects
• Manage materials and production scheduling Manage the procurement/purchasing function and Warehouse

Interested candidates should send the comprehensive resume (CV), expected salary, recent photograph not later than 2 weeks since this advertisement.

Human Resources Manager
PO. BOX 4578

Lowongan Kerja Expiry date: January 03, 2009

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