Boehringer Ingelheim Indonesia ; Human Resources Administration Trainee

23 Januari 2008


Human ResourCE

Boehringer Ingelheim ranks among the world's 20 leading pharmaceutical corporations. With more than 37.500 employees in over 40 countries we are a global family sharing knowledge and ambition to foster a healthier life.
Boehringer Ingelheim Indonesia is one of the Boehringer Ingelheim affiliations with more than 450 employees throughout Indonesia. As part of its Human Resources strategy, PT. Boehringer Ingelheim Indonesia is looking for a dynamic and high caliber individual to be developed in Human Resources function.

Human Resources Administration Trainee
If you are a dynamic, organized, systematic & motivated individual with the expertise on using statistical skills and numbers to significantly impact organization development through innovation and your passion in human resources then this could be the perfect opportunity for you.

To be eligible, you must:

1. Completed a University Degree, preferably from Statistic & Information Management.
2. Age maximum 25
3. Preferably female
4. Good command of English both conversation and writing
5. Exhibits strong analytical skills and computer/ information management skills.
6. People skills and capability on securing confidential information.

To signify your interest in this position,please forward an up date copy of your CV along with a covering letter clearly addressing the key selection criteria as outlined above.

Applications are closed on 31 January 2008.

All applications should be submitted to

Human Resources Division – PT. Boehringer Ingelheim Indonesia

attn. Emma Y. Minarma,

PT. Boehringer Ingelheim Indonesia

Wisma Standard Chartered 11th fl,
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 33A
Jakarta - 10220


Pharmaceutical Production Bogor,
Jl. Lawang Gintung 89

Bogor – 16133

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