PT Bank Hana, We are the global premier banking partner with Foreign Majority ownership and has a wold-wide network is seeking for a highly qualified person to fill the this position. Now we are granted as the Best Bank 2011 and opening some branches and heading for a quantum leap. If you are looking for the same, Join Us
Male, age maximum 26 years
Fresh Graduated, with minimal formal education D3 from the Department of Civil Engineering or Architecture GPA min. 2.75
Eager to learn in the field of survey / assessment of real estate in banking or finance company
Honest and willing to work hard
Preferred domiciled in Greater Jakarta area
Put the job code on the envelope. Only shortlisted candidate will be notified.
Visit www.hanabank.co.id for more detail information about us.
Interested candidates should send their application letter with full CV including a recent photograph, full transcript and diploma by mail to:
Hana Bank Wisma Mulia FL. 52
Jl Gatot Subroto No.42 JKT.
Sunday, February 26, 2012
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