Bank Of China Limited
Bank of China Limited is a leading International Bank with Head Office in Beijing, China, seeking competent and qualified person who are able to work independently, for the following positions:
* Nice personality and good appearance
* Fluent in English is a must, fluent in Mandarin is preferable
* 1-2 years working experience in Banks as Teller is preferable
* Fresh graduates are encouraged to apply
If you meet the above requirements, please submit your detailed CV (in English) and latest photo together with copies of educational certificates. Please indicate the position code on top of the envelope and send to:
Bank of China Limited Jakarta Branch
PO BOX 1199 Jakarta 10011, Indonesia
(We regret that only short-listed candidates will be notified)
Monday, November 07, 2011
Bank Of China Limited
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