Friday, June 26, 2009

Oil Gas jobs; Lowongan Kerja migas batam Juni Juli 2009

PT Bredero Shaw Indonesia

We are a multinational organization servicing the oil & gas pipeline industry worldwide; and have been operating in Indonesia for more than 20 years. We would like to invite highly motivated and competent personnel to join the team.

Project Engineer
(Riau - Batam)

* Strong interpersonal & team oriented skills
* Computer literate
* Fluent in English both oral and written
* Male, minimum age 25 years old
* Hold Bachelor degree in Engineering discipline, preferably Civil
* Minimum 1 year experience in oil and gas support industry; fresh graduates are also welcomed

Applicants are to send their application with a comprehensive resume stating qualification, experience, current / expected salary, a recent photograph, and date of availability no later than two weeks after this advertisement published.

PT Bredero Shaw Indonesia
Jalan Hang Kesturi Kav 3A1,
Kawasan Industri Terpadu Kabil
Batam Island – 29467
Closing Date: 25-7-09

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