PT Indonesia AirAsia
Want to be a High Flyer?
YOU ARE URGENTLY REQUIRED
A320 & B737-300 ENGINEER A&P AND OR EIR
* Good command in English
* Excellent Health, able to work under pressure
* Willing to be posted at all airasia hub (CGK,BDO,DPS )
* Quick Learning, logical thinking with good interpersonal skill
* Maximum 40 years of age
* Having min 5 years Experience in similar position
* Possess DGCA Indonesia Current & Valid Lisence Rated on :
* a)B737-300 min 3 years certification experience
* b)A320 min 1 year certification exp.
* (At least 1 years Experience as A320 Engineer or 3 years for B737-300 Engineer)
* Other license / certificate will be advantages
Attractive remuneration package & benefits (Life & Personal Accident Insurance, Health Insurance, Concessional tickets to all Air Asia’s network)
" Only short-listed candidates will be invited via e-mail/phone for Test and Interview "
PT Indonesia AirAsia
Office Management Building,2 Floor Terminal IA Departure,Soekarno Hatta International Cengkareng -.
Closing Date: 31-12-09.
Sunday, June 28, 2009
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