A joint venture bank is seeking for Contract Staff for position :
* Single (max. 23 year)
* Having Diploma III (majoring Economic, Technical, etc), min GPA 3.00
* Good appearance, having high motivation, prepare to work under pressure and in team work
* Available to be placed at Jabodetabek & Karawang
* Female / Male
* Have experience as teller is preferable
* Able to communicate in English (write and speak)
* Capable to operate computer (min. Ms. Office)
We encourage individuals with the above qualification to submit application in English, along with CV, Academic Record, Transcript, latest photograph (4x6) and mentioning expected salary.
Send application and recent photograph by email to
within 1 (one) weeks after this advertisement.
Only selected applicants will be invited for interview and all records will be treated confidentially.
Saturday, May 30, 2009
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