BUSSAN AUTO FINANCE, PT
To support our growth and business, we are looking for experience people to fill the following position :
DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR (DBA)
* Good command of English, both oral & written.
* Good attitude, detail oriented, accurate, diligent, team player, loyal/faithful person and able to do overtime if required.
* Willing to travel within our branches.
* Knowledge in database concept, administrating and maintaining SQL/Oracle DB.
* Male/Female with max. age of 28.
* Bachelor degree from reputable university majoring in Information Technology with min. GPA 2.8.
* Preferably working experience min 1 year, but fresh graduate welcome to apply.
Those interested in being considered for this exciting opportunity, please send the detail application with the position code on the left side of the envelope not later than 14 (fourteen) days after the publication to :
PO BOX 4423 JKP 10044 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All applications will be treated strictly confidential and only short-listed candidates will be notified for selection process.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
BUSSAN AUTO FINANCE, PT
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