Saturday, February 18, 2012

Bursa Lowongan Kerja PT Nissan Motor Indonesia

PT Nissan Motor IndonesiaCalling all passionate people in automotive industry!!

As an exciting company, NISSAN seek talented people who are not only excited with the roar of cars but also passionate about customer needs, want to improve through continuous learning, and has drive for excellent performance

Export Import Staff (outsource)


    Export Returnable Rack
    Spare Part Importation
    Accessories Importation


    Diploma degree from reputable university, major in Engineering or Economic with GPA minimum 3.00 out of 4.00
    Has 1 year experience in Logistic or Export Import.
    Single, 23 - 30 years old.
    Able to operate computer (Ms. Office, especially Ms. Excel).
    Fluent in English (both oral and written).
    Has good perspective, numerical ability, logic of verbal, and more on accuracy.
    Has good interpersonal relationship, communication skill & able to work as team.
    Can work under pressure and willing to work overtime

Please submit your complete application letter with recent photograph before March 20th, 2012 to:
(Subject: Exim Staff Outsource)

Only short listed candidates who meet requirement will be notified.

Receptionist (Outsource)


    Diploma degree from any major.
    Fresh graduate are welcome, preferable 1 year experience in receptionist.
    Female, Age between 20 to 26 years old.
    Good looking, attractive, good interpersonal skill, communicative, friendly.
    Fluent in English is a must (both written and oral)

Please submit your complete application letter with recent photograph before March 20th, 2012 to:
(Subject: Recept-Plant)

Accessories Planning Staff


    Responsible to make planning of accessories (item and spec) will be launched in Indonesia.
    Responsible to make planning of conversion business (Autech, Nismo, etc) for each model in Indonesia.
    Together with Product Planning making life cycle plan of each model by utilizing accessories line-up.
    Cooperate with purchasing, engineering and other related dept to assure all plan work as smoothly


    Bachelor degree from reputable university with GPA minimal 3.00 out of 4.00, major in Engineering.
    Preferably fresh graduate.
    22 – 24 years old.
    Fluent in English both oral and written.
    Has interest and knowledge in automotive
    Has good analytical thinking, numerical ability, fast learner and accuracy.
    Has good communication skill & able to work as team

Please submit your complete application letter with recent photograph before March 20th, 2012 to:
(Subject: AP)

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