Lowongan Jakarta Job Vacancy as Actuarial Staff Panin Life Tbk
Karir jurusan S1 Matematika & Statistik
PT Panin Life Tbk
Panin Life as one of the leading life insurance companies with annual revenue of more than IDR 1 trillion, invites you to join us as:
* Computer literate, especially database software (e.g. Excel, Access, etc).
* Understanding programming algorithm.
* Fluency in English both oral and written.
* Strong positive attitude and integrity with high commitment to deliver the results.
* S1 from reputable university in Mathematics, Statistics, or related area, with minimum IPK of 2.75 (Scale 4.00).
* Students, who will graduate in near future, are also urged to apply (please provide current academicals transcript and your expected final IPK).
* Firm foundations in Calculus, basic Statistics, or other related Actuarial subjects.
Submit your CV & recent photo to:
Human Capital Department
Panin Life Center, 7th Fl.
Jl. Letjend S. Parman Kav. 91
Put subject “Act Staff”
Before February 1, 2009
Only short listed candidates will be notified to undergo further processes.
Closing Date: 14-2-09
Friday, January 16, 2009
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