SINARMAS ENERGY AND MINING
Lowongan Teknik Geologi Mining Job Career
Our group is one of the world-largest natural resources based companies with operations in Indonesian archipelagos. One of our subsidiaries in Coal Mining is currently expanding and looking for highly qualified candidates to fill the following position:
1. Develop & Manage Exploration Plan
2. Develop Geological & Geotechnical System
3. Generate & Up date Geological Procedures
4. Responsible for reliable Geological Model
5. Manage & Develop Safety System within department
6. Develop an Integrated Database & Reporting System
1. S1 Geologist
2. Male/ Female, age maximum 40 years old
3. Having more than 10 years experience in Exploration & Open Cut Mining Operation
Please drop your complete CV to:
Friday, February 13, 2009
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