01 Februari 2008


ANZ is accelerating the growth of its business to meet the needs of more customers in Asia. Our solid foundation for significant growth and investment has been built over more than 35 years since ANZ opened its first office in Asia. We recognize our greatest asset is our people. That is why we are creating a unique climate of inspiration, leadership and great opportunities that will be enable the best in market to thrive as part of our diverse team. We invite young and talented applicants for the positions of:

Portfolio Management Officer (PMO)

Be responsible for balancing the growth and monitoring the portfolio performance ofcredit card division - ANZ Panin Bank; and as project coordinator for initiatives taken in Credit and Risk Department



Graduated from a reputable university (GPA min. 3.0), preferably with major in marketing, management or finance

Excellent analytical skills and has background in statistics

Has the hands-on skills of several computer applications, such as SAS, SQL, and MS Access

Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (in both Bahasa Indonesia and English)

All applicants should be enthusiastic in learning new things, have high motivation, be committed, and computer literate (MS Office). Some of the positions will be under ANZ' appointed outsourcing company. Please send your application and resume with a recent colour passport size photograph within 2 (two) weeks of this advertisement to:

Human Resources Relationship Manager
PT. ANZ PANIN BANK, Card division

Wisma GKBI 26th Floor Jl. Jend. Sudirman No. 28 - Jakarta 10210

All applicants will be treated as strictly confidential.
Please indicate the applied position code on the top left-hand side of the envelope

Or you can send your application and resume (in Words format, max 120 KB) to the following email address: (please do not attach copies of academic diploma/transcript, training certificates, ID cards etc. Put the applied position in the subject of your email)

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