10 Desember 2007


We are a progressive and dynamic mobile services operator seeking to expand aggressively in Indonesia. We invite highly talented, dedicated and passionate profesionals to be part of a very dynamic and challenging environment

Project Control Senior Executive - Central Java (NET-PC-E)


* Performing coordination on SES (Site Engineering Survey) phase for candidates expanded sites between SITAC-CME and RNP (Radio Network Planning), TNP (Transmission Network Planning) and Infrastructure Team
* Performing coordination on ERM (Engineering Review Meeting) phase between SITAC-CME, RNP, TNP, Infrastructure team and Customer team
* Controlling and monitoring SITAC (Site Acquisition) & CME (Civil, Mechanical, and Electrical) and Telecom Implementation work progress
* Perfomring coordination with internal project team (Finance, Legal, Procurement, Planning, SITAC, CME, and Telecom Implementation) for works and progress schedule
* Setting RFC (Ready for Constructionn), RFI (Ready for Installation) and On Air target together with Head of Area
* Controlling CCR (Change Resquest) works
* Controlling and reporting SITAC, CME, and Telecom Implementation progress for daily, weekly, and monthly to internal team and vendor's team


* Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from accredited college or University majoring in Civil/Mechanical/Electrical/Telecommunication Engineering with a Management studies is an advantage
* Min. two (2) years of increasingly responsible experience in Project Implementation in Telco Industry including of supervisory and adminsitrative responsibilities
* HIGHLY DEVELOPED knowledge and skill in Project Implementation
* HIGHLY DEVELOPED knowledge of relevant market dimensions in Telco Indutry
* GOOD knowledge in Telecommunication (issues & matters)
* GOOD knowledge in Telco Product
* GOOD knowledge in contract matters

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