Monday, April 05, 2010

Job Vacancy Ciputra Samarinda & Balikpapan, Lowongan D3 S1 Accounting/Finance


Kasir-Samarinda, Balikpapan
(East Kalimantan - Samarinda)

* Female
* Maximum age 25 years
* Education min D3/S1 Finance from the Univ. leading, min GPA 2.75
* Have working experience min 1 year as a cashier
* Honest and Accurate
* Based in Samarinda, Balikpapan or willing to be based in Samarinda-Balikpapan

Collection - Samarinda
(East Kalimantan - Samarinda)

* Female
* Maximum age 25 years
* Single
* D3 Education Finance / Accounting
* Regular face the Consumer / Customer service
* Have experience in performing billing activities to the buyer (on the project property / real estate are preferred)
* Having experience in administration
* Able interesting
* Based in Samarinda or willing to be based in Samarinda

Kirimkan surat lamaran Anda lengkap disertai kode posisi di sudut kanan atas amplop ke:

HRD Ciputra Group
Jl. Prof Dr. Satrio Kav. 6
Jakarta 12940
Atau melalui email ke:

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