Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Lowongan Kerja Teller Bank Danamon Tbk

Bank Danamon Tbk (Bali)

PT. Bank Danamon Indonesia, Tbk, an opportunity for those of you who have the spirit and achievement-oriented work, to join us as a Teller with the following criteria:



* Min. D3 with min GPA 2.75
* Male / Female, max age unmarried. 25 th
* Thorough, diligent and responsible
* Good personality and look attractive
* Minimum height 165 cm (for men) and 157 cm (for women), with a weight proportional
* Having effective communication skills and good
* Have high integrity, proactive, flexible and oriented to the service (service).
* Willing to be located in branches that have been determined by Bank Danamon (according to the needs of the Bank)
* Placement: Branch of Bali, Sumbawa, Ruteng, Ende, Maumere, Kupang

Bawa Langsung Lamaran, CV, Copy Ijazah, Copy Transkrip Nilai, Copy KTP dan Pas Foto Berwarna Terbaru ukuran 4 x 6 cm (2 lembar) ke:
PT. Bank Danamon Indonesia, Tbk
Cabang Denpasar Hayam Wuruk
Jl. Hayam Wuruk No. 246 Lt. 3


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