AdIns Center of Excelence
AdIns Center of Excellence (ACE) is part of PT Adicipta Innovation Technology has fous on the recruitment, training and job placement staff of IT Professionals. Since 2006 ACE earned the trust of the Division of Information Technology (DTI), PT Bank Central Asia Tbk (BCA) to conduct the selection process, training and job placement for prospective new employees DTI BCA.
Rekrutmen Karyawan Teknologi Informasi - PT Bank Central Asia Tbk
AdIns Center of Excellence (ACE) in collaboration with PT Bank Central Asia Tbk (BCA) to open greater opportunities to the graduates S1 & private universities in the field of Information Technology (majoring in Computer Science, Computer Science, Information Systems, Computer Systems, Computerized Accounting, etc.) to be trained intensively for 4 months and placed on the work of BCA. Training provided is the Java Programming training equipped with various scientific and technical knowledge and other non-technical to equip graduates to READY S1 college entering the workforce. At the end of training, graduates will be selected to enter as permanent employees (permanent employees), BCA.
All of the selection process, training and job placement 4 months is currently no charge (FREE) - in addition, all participants will be an allowance during training (4 months).
1. S1 graduates of the Information Technology (all departments). Senior / are completing theses are also permitted to follow this selection process.
2. 2.75 Minimum Cumulative IP.
3. The maximum age of 25 years.
4. Liked the programming and application development as well as having cita2 for a career in IT.
5. Willing to undertake training and job placement process in Jakarta.
6. NOT needed experience in Java programming, all the candidates who are interested in Java programming can follow this selection process.
Explanation of the program and testing process of selection will be made on tanggal2 following:
1. JAKARTA: 8 April 2010 at 9:00 in Room 311 Orchid Campus, Bina Nusantara University.
2. YOGYAKARTA (select one): 5 April 2010 at 9:30 at the University of Atma Jaya Yogyakarta; and 6 April 2010 at 9:00 Paingan Campus, University of Sanata Dharma.
Training process in Jakarta is planned to commence in June 2010 and work placement in the BCA is planned for October 2010.
Sign up immediately by sending your CV, photo and scanned / soft copy of final transcript to your email address email@example.com no later than 1 day before the execution of the event in masing2 city. Please forward this information to your teman2 who might be interested. More information can be asked via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (021) 5367 3030 ext 4521.
Saturday, April 03, 2010
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