Recruitment for D3 Fresh Graduate Technician, Operational Staff in PT Djarum - March 2016

The following job openings comes from one of the tobacco companies, namely:PT Djarum or Djarum is a long standing Indonesian cigarette manufacturing company, headquartered in Kudus Central Java. PT Djarum offers a large selection of cigarette products, from hand-rolled to machine-rolled cigarette products both for domestic and international markets. For domestic market, PT Djarum produces and sell a variety of cigarrete brands for domestic markets with principal brands Djarum Super, Djarum 76, Djarum Black, LA Light. For international markets, Djarum's products has been exported since 1972 with principal brands Djarum Bali Hai, Spice Islands, Ten Mild.

To support the business expansion and its organic growth, PT Djarum invites potential candidates who meet the following requirements to fill the positions of

Technician (Code : TC)

Requirements

  • Male.
  • Background in Diploma Degree (D3) in Mechanical Engineering, Electro Engineering.
  • Min GPA score 2.75 out of 4.00.
  • Willing to be assigned at Kudus Central Java.
  • Last year students are welcome to apply

Staff Operasional (Code : SO)

Requirements

  • Male, single/not married with the maximum age of 25 years old.
  • Background in Diploma Degree (D3) in Accounting, Finance, Management, Tax, and Business Administration.
  • Min GPA score 2.75 out of 4.00.
  • Willing to be placed throughout Central Java.


For further information, please refer official source from CDC Polines on following link below. If you match the profile and are interested in this exiting career opportunity, please apply in confidence by filling online application form at www.cdcpolines.com/djarum.Apply
Closing date 2 April 2016.All applications are appreciated and will be treated confidentially.Only qualified candidates that meet with the above requirements would be followed up.
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