Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Lowongan S1 Manajemen / Teknik, Kerja PLN Swasta (PLTU)

Lowongan S1 Manejemen / Teknik di Sulawesi Kerja PLN Swasta (PLTU),

Power Job Vacancy

Companies that move in the field of PLTU; 4 position

Our company is engaged in the field of PLTU, opening the opportunity to occupy the position below:

1. Production Manager (PM)
• Male age max 40 years
• Min. S1 Teknik
• 5 yr experience in the same position
• Ability to speak English and Computer

2. Maintenance Manager (MM)
• Male age max 35 years
• Min S1 Teknik
• 5 yr experience in same position
• Ability to speak English and Computer

3. General Manager (MU)
• Male max 40 years
• Min S1 Management
• 5 yr experience in same position
• Ability to speak English and Computer

4. Asistant Directors (AD)
• Male age max 35 years
• Min S1
• 5 yr experience in same position
• Ability to speak English and Computer

Willing to be placed in Central Sulawesi (PALU).

Send your completed application, along with an email address, copy of ID Card & put the position code on the top left of the envelope, to:

PO. BOX 1078 / Jku 14010

Expiry date: April 18, 2009

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