As one of the leading bank in Indonesia, PT. Bank Mega Tbk. with a vision for "The National Being" requires:
* Minimum education D3
* Experienced in the field of Banking min. 1 year
* Having a broad network and target-oriented
* Experience in selling products Funding, Consumer & Commercial Credit or Credit Card
BAGI KANDIDAT YANG MEMENUHI KUALIFIKASI DI UNDANG UNTUK MENGIKUTI TES SELEKSI PADA:
Hari Jum'at, 14 agustus
Bertempat di ruang auditorium lt. 2 Gd. Kuliah Kampus STEKPI Kalibata
Gelombang 1 : 09.00
Gelombang 2 : 11.00
Gelombang 3 : 14.00
Or submit application, CV, Photo 4x6, Copy latest sertificate, and put the position code on upper left corner of the envelope to:
Human Capital Management Division, PT Bank Mega, Tbk.
Jl. Kapten Tendean 12-14A Jakarta 12930
atau registrasikan CV and ke
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