PT Kao Indonesia is a multinational consumer goods company with numerous leading brands. With it's vision of "to be closest to the consumers/ customers" the company strives to fulfill and satisfy consumer needs. In recent business the company has implemented integrated business processes and quality management procedures to deliver the best products and services to the consumers/ customers
Quality Assurance Analyst
* Have a good communication, responsible, good decision maker, honest and self motivated.
* Applicants must be willing to work shift and located in Cikarang ( Bekasi )
* Full-Time positions available
* Candidate must possess Diploma, Pharmacy Analytical/Pharmacology or equivalent
* Preferable male and maximum age 26 years old
* Preferable 1 - 2 years experience at QC / QA field of Consumer Goods Company (would be advantage)
* Understanding ISO 9001, GMP, SPC, MS. Office
* Fluent in English
Please send your application to :
PT. KAO INDONESIA
HR & GA Department
Jl. Jababeka VI Blok N-2
Cikarang 17530 (Indonesia)
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Website : www.kao.com/id/
Saturday, August 20, 2011
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