Banking Job vacancy
PT Bank UOB Buana Tbk is a well established bank since 1956 which have 35 Branch offices and 169 Service outlets in 18 provinces throughout Indonesia. Our vision is to be the most reliable and trusted bank in Indonesia. To support this, we are seeking passionate, dynamic, self-motivated individuals who are driven towards performance excellence. We offer you challenges and opportunities to meet your career aspirations as :
AS/400 System Analyst (Kode: ITG - PRG Senior)
(Jakarta Raya - Jakarta Pusat)
* Applicants should be Indonesian citizens or hold relevant residence status.
* Hard worker, honest, self motivated, able to work independently and in team
* Familiar Operating System OS/400
* Familiar with ICBS system will be of advantage
* Good knowledge in banking system
* Have an experience in System Analyst min 1 years
* Have an experience in Programming RPG IV AS/400 min 5 years
* Hold S1 (graduate) Computer / Informatika min GPA 2,75
Send your complete CV with recent colorful photograph and expected salary to :
Friday, January 23, 2009
Banking Job vacancy
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