Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Bursa karir Metro TV Juni 2011

Lowongan Metro TV Berbagai Posisi Juni 2011

PT. Media Televisi Indonesia was granted a broadcasting licence for Metro TV on October 25, 1999. It is a subsidiary of the Media Group, headed by Surya Paloh, the company's President Director, who was a wealth of experience in the local media industry and is the publisher of Indonesia's third largest national newspaper, Media Indonesia. From a start up work force of 280 employees the company now employs more than 900 people, mostly in the newsroom and production areas. The Leading News Television in Indonesia looking for professional, ambitious and highly motivated individuals to join our team in a successful company for the position as :

Account Executive (Code: AE)

* Male/Female, max 35 years old
* Bachelor Degree from any major
* Min. 2 years experience in Broadcast (TV or Agency)
* Good communication and negotiation skill
* Fluent in English

Metro TV Management Development Program (MMDP) - Yogyakarta, Bandung

* You will be trained, developed intensively and be involved in hands-on project to become future leaders of the company to deal with competitive business environment. You will get a comprehensive training which consists of combination of in class & on the job training. The program is designed to develop future leader by providing knowledge and direct practice on our core business.


* Bachelor degree from any major with GPA minimum 3.00
* Fresh graduate with maximum age 26 years old
* Have strong interest in Broadcast/ Sales
* Actively involved in organizational activities
* Have strong leadership
* Good interpersonal and communication skills
* Fluent in English

New Client Development Manager (Code: NCD-MGR)

* Bachelor Degree, max 45 years old
* At least 10 years relevant working experience (Sales area)
* Resourceful with networking skills
* Pleasant and dynamic personality with great enthusiasm for sales.
* Strong relationship builder negotiation ability, analysis and appraisal of client bases
* Positive working attitude and able to work in both team and independently
* Pro-active and creative approach to problem solving and job responsibilities
* Fluent in English

Client Services (Code: CS)

* Bachelor Degree, max 32 years old
* Good presentation skill, and have achievement in selling
* Target oriented and results driven.
* Preferably has experience in broadcast tv or advertising agency.
* Fluent in English

Internal Auditor (Code: IA)

* Male, max 35 years old
* Bachelor Degree majoring accounting
* Min. 3 years experience in Public Accountant
* Fluent in English

How to Apply:

MMDP Position

* Walk in Interview Bandung
o Date: Friday – Saturday (17 – 18 June 2011)
o Time: 10.00 am - 02.00 pm
o Venue: Emperium Room, Hotel Savoy Homann, Jl. Asia Afrika No. 112, Telp 022 423 2244
o Required Documents: CV & recent photograph

Other Positions

* Should you meet above criteria send your CV, application letter and recent photograph to : recruitment@metrotvnews.com. Write the position code as the subject of your email.

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