Mining: Job Vacancy at PT Avocet Bolaang Mongondow

14 Maret 2008

PT Avocet Bolaang Mongondow (PT ABM); Maintenance Mechanical Trainer

Avocet Mining

PT Avocet Bolaang Mongondow (PT ABM), a gold mining company located in Lanut, Bolaang Mongondow, North Sulawesi, to support its operations is inviting applications for the following position :

Maintenance Mechanical Trainer

General Requirements :
- Must possess at least an STM, Associate Degree or Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent.
- In possession of certificates in Mechanical Training.
- Has minimum age of 32 years old.
- Has a good capability in operating Computer.
- Possess strong leadership and team building skills.
- Has good command of English, both oral and written.
- Has a will to develop knowledge and work hard.
- Able to work in a team to reach the target.
- Need to be aware of, to work with and pass on the company's safety and environmental standards.

Experience :
- Experience Minimum 6 years as Maintenance Trainer.
- Proven Experience to be able to develop a training module.
- Ability to develop Matrix charts, schedule candidates for training and maintain a record system.
- Experience in training work procedures and safety policies are a must.
- OEM training experience for Tamrock , Cat, Volvo, Light Vehicles and trucks will be an advantage.
- Experience with training apprentices.

Job Description :
- This is a new staff position and will require a self starter to set up maintenance training from scratch.

Single accommodation is offered with a roster of 5 weeks work and 2 weeks off, with an attractive salary to the successful candidate.

All candidates will be required to demonstrate their training abilities at their interview.

Potential candidates please send your resume by 20 March 2008 to :

PT Avocet Bolaang Mongondow
Jl. Kol Sugiono No. 24, Kotabangun
Kotamabagu, Sulawesi Utara
e-mail :

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