Saturday, May 02, 2009

Jobs career BANK Ganesha, Lowongan Kerja S1

Banking Job Vacancy Lowongan Kerja Bank Terbaru Mei 2009, Karir Perbankan

PT. BANK Ganesha

Bank Umum Devisa Nasional
opportunities that soulless Dynamic Young, Enerjik and have high motivation, for the special education professional candidates in the field of banking:



* Male / Female Max age 26 years, on 31 May 2009
* Education minimum Strata 1, all departments
* GPA minimum 2.60
* At least the English Pasif
* Not yet married

Include a letter of application, photocopy diploma, ID, Value Transkip & Photo color 4 x 6

Sent to the Bank Ganesha
Jln. Hayam Wuruk No. 28 Jakarta Pusat 10120

Or via email:

At the latest date 15 May 2009

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