We are a progressive and dynamic mobile services operator seeking to expand aggressively in Indonesia. We invite highly talented, dedicated and passionate profesionals to be part of a very dynamic and challenging environment
Area Sales Supervisor Pekanbaru
- Minimum preferable S1
- Minimum 3 years working experiences in the same area, telco background is a plus
- Comfortable with the use of computer/lap top, using Microsoft (Excel, Power Point, etc)
- Strong leadership and people skills
Detail of Responsibilities:
- Supervising Salesmen in developing the business in the assigned area (Pekanbaru)
- Monitor competitors activities and propose any actions to the management
send application and CV (max.200 KB) to:
Please ensure to put your job title and preference location (city) in the subject of the email
(example: Area Sales Supervisor – Pekanbaru)
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
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