Kesempatan Kerja Toyota Astra

11 Maret 2008


Company Description

TA Finance, is a fast growing company, joint venture between Toyota Financial Services Corp., Japan and PT Astra International Tbk., which focuses on automotive finance throughout Indonesia. We are committed in providing exceptional service to its customers with the aim of

"To be the Preferred Financing Solution for Toyota Ownership through Service Excellence"


Job Description

The incumbent will be responsible to manage secretarial job relevant to Board of Director matters, such as managing schedule, itinerary, managing call from other parties, creating reports, as facilitator that relate the Directors matters with the division or other Department. As a Director's Secretary, you should have an experience min. 3 years as secretary, graduated from secretary school (min. diploma with GPA min. 3.00), not more than 28 years old, good in English, communication skill, and having an excellent drive to finish the task as soon as possible. Ability in Japanese language will be an added value.

General Requirement

Min. Diploma degree with GPA min. 3.00 – if you are in the last semester and will graduate on August 2008, you are welcome to apply
Not more than 26 years old
Having an excellent drive to achieve target
Independent and having an eagerness to learn
Able to work along with others and good persuasion
High integrity
Having a motorcycle and license C/A (for others beside AO & IT Dev)
Understand Jakarta map well (for others beside AO & IT Dev)
Able to be assign in all around Indonesia .

Please send your application letter and curriculum vitae, with the code in the right envelope not more than 2 weeks to (if our e-mail bounce, please send it by mail) :

Mega Plaza, 8th floor – Jl. Rasuna Said Kav C-3 Jakarta

Or email to :
(with code of position eg. SO (name))

Only short listed candidates will be notified

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