SCHNEIDER INDONESIA, PT
Schneider Electric, the world leader in electricity and automation management. It is a great place for top talents, ready to cross all frontier. Make the strategic move, join our 112.000 employees and catch the chance to follow your best career path in 106 countries.
Safety Officer (SO)
1. Minimum Bachelor Degree (S1) in Engineering or Occupational Health & Safety.
2. Minimum 2 years experiences in SHE function, particularly in manufacturing industry.
3. Understanding on Planning, Organizing & Coordination skills.
4. Proficiency in English both verbal and written, Computer literate (Ms. Office).
5. Able to work under pressure with minimum supervisory and excellence team player.
6. Willing to be placed in Cikarang
Responsible to develop and administer programs, to ensure employee safety and agency compliance with safety, health and environmental regulations for specified facilities, operations and the visiting public.
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Friday, June 11, 2010
SCHNEIDER INDONESIA, PT
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