Monday, December 14, 2009

Jobs Perbankan Desember 2009, Lowongan Surabaya Bank Danamon Indonesia Tbk

PT Bank Danamon Indonesia, Tbk yang memiliki visi untuk menjadi retail banking terdepan di Indonesia, mengajak anda bergabung untuk mengembangkan karir bersama salah satu tim perbankan terbaik di Indonesia, sebagai:

[ Surabaya ]


* Graduates D3/S1 with min.2 GPA, 65
* Fresh Graduate or have a min 1 year experience in marketing of financial institutions
* Age between 22-30 years old
* Experience in attractive, has a broad relationship
* Has interpersonal skills and good communication skills
* Oriented on the results
* Having confidence is good
* Having a "need of achievement" high
* Having a high mobility
* Able and willing to work hard and have a high sales drive
* Employment Status: Outsourcing (the opportunity to have a career ladder)
* Placement: Surabaya

Silahkan kirim CV, foto berwarna 3x4 (1 lembar) dan lamaran lengkap Anda ke:
SDM Region 3 - Surabaya
Bank Danamon
Jl. Gubernur Suryo No. 12

Alamat email :

CV paling lambat kami terima pada Kamis, 17 Desember 2009

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