Thursday, October 01, 2009

Job Vacancy Bank Panin, Lowongan Bank Oktober 2009

Panin Bank, a leading Retail and Business Bank is looking for a qualified, experienced and highly motivated individual to join with our team as :

Executive P.A & Office Administration
(Jakarta Raya)

* Computer literate (familiar with: Microsoft Office, Excel, Powerpoint, Access, etc)
* Excelent interpersonal skills
* Female, max 30 years old
* Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's Degree from a reputable institution
* Good spoken and writen English is a must

Remuneration offered will commensurate with qualification and experience.
We see this as an exciting career development role which is suited to individuals who having career inspiration in Banking

* Please send your Application and CV with photo 3x4 to before 15 Oktober 2009
* Submit the application code as an email subject (EPA)
* We will only be responding to shortlisted applicants

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