Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Jobs carer PT Astra International Tbk (Toyota Sales Operation)

PT. Astra Intl Tbk - Toyota Sales Operation (AUTO 2000), the Biggest Main Dealer Toyota in Indonesia with more than 70 branches around Indonesia need opening vacancy as:

MT - Organization Development (MT-HRD)
(Jakarta Raya)

* Good teamwork & Excellent communication skill
* In Charge of Organization Development (OD) in HRD
* Maximum age 26 years old
* Minimum Bachelor Degree, majoring Human Resources Management, (Preferably Master Degree)
* Willing to be placed all over Auto2000 branches

If you are interested, please send:
# Complete CV with your latest picture
# Your previous & current JOB DESCRIPTION in English

Before 20 Agustus 2010 to:
subject at your email: MT-HRD

Or send your complete application and CV to :
Up : Ajeng
Auto2000 Head Office
Jl. Gaya Motor III No. 3
Sunter 2, Jakarta Utara
Closing Date: 17-9-10

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