Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Lowongan Kerja Drafter Jatim; Jobs Pika/ Arsitek & STeknik Sipil

Jobs Vacancy PT Domusindo Perdana

An established exports oriented furniture company is seeking a highly motivated professional, technically competent, result oriented and strong team player to join our rapidly expanding business for the position of:

Drafter (Draft)
(Jawa Timur - Pasuruan)

* Familiar with MS. Office, coreldraw V.10 up, freehand/photoshop V.7 up
* Good comprehension of technical drawing
* Previous experience with woodworking / furniture industry would be preferable
* English literate (passive)
* Male/Female
* Maximum age 30 years old
* Minimum D3/S1 degree in Architect, Mechanical, Civil Engineering, PIKA
* Able to operate autocad V.2000 up (2D expert and 3D)

Please submit your application letter, CV and current photograph prior to the closing date of 31 July 2009 to:

HRD Department
Tromol Pos No 8 Gempol
Pasuruan 67155
E-mail :

(Please state the position code you apply for as your e-mail/mail subject).

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