PT Teknokraftindo Asia Membuka Lowongan Kerja Terbaru

25 Februari 2008


Company Description

Teknokraft Asia is looking for a young energetic Indonesian man to fill the position of Engineering-Production Planning Control. You can become part of our Teknokraft Workshop team, as specialists in Wear Control using Thermal Spray, Plasma Welding, with advance materials from Deloro Stellite, Sulzer Metco and 3M (our principals). This is an exceptional opportunity for growth, and an exceptional opportunity to advance, and grow their career, and income.




* Plan, schedule and control the daily operations of the Workshop Jobs.
* Ensure material availability for the jobs in the Workshop Section.
* Initiate and monitor jobs in the Workshop every morning and throughout the day.
* Involve in all in-house service, repair, trouble shooting and assembly works with the desired quality, lowest cost, using the most efficient methods, safest process to ensure prompt delivery.
* Initiate corrective actions for non-conforming jobs by liaising with the relevant person involved.
* Initiate recommendation for purchase of service/ tooling/ work equipment when the need arises.
* Preparation of the required reports
* Identify, select, qualify sub-contractors, and monitor their work


* Male, age max. 35 years old
* S1 Degree in Mechanical Engineering,
* Hands-On Workshop skills with Machine and measurement tools
* Computer literate for Auto cad and Ms Office.
* Min. 3 year working experience in engineering field like Machine shop, Mechanical industrial.
* Preferably having skill in material forecast, inventory control and product scheduling.
* A team player , highly motivated person

If you're looking for a proven, successful company with leading positions in global markets, then you need to submit your detailed resume in English together with: expected salary package info & scanned of photograph & academic transcript to:

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