PT Holcim Indonesia; Lowongan Administrasi

05 Maret 2008


Company Description



Directorate: Corporate Management
Location: Jakarta

Scope of works:
The incumbent will be responsible as the Management's and Boards' principal agent in assuring that effective controls exist to maintain process integrity, measures and reporting are accurate and reliable and compliance with policies and regulations is ensured whilst working closely with the Legal & Compliance Manager.

- Education: MBA or Bachelor degree in Business Administration, Accounting or Finance from an accredited University or professional qualifications in CPA, CA, CIMA etc will be favorably considered. Holding CIA/CISA/CFE are advantageous.
- Experiences: 4-5 yrs or relevant job experience in an audit function. Accounting, Finance or operational experience is a plus.
- Computer Literate: MS Office, Lotus Notes, Audit software such as ACL, TeamMate, VISIO, SAP (would be an advantageous).
- Language: Fluency in English, both written & spoken.
- Other qualifications:

Knowledge of general business understanding and accounting/control practices and computer systems.
Understanding of the cement industry or a similar business and regulatory environment is a plus.
Ability to do Audit process and techniques.
High degree of innovation and initiative. Ability to tackle critical issues head on.
Good analytical skill with sound experience in analyzing business.
Good leadership skill.
Able to manage, develop relationship and negotiate at all levels of management.
Excellent team player with good interpersonal skill.
Must be innovative with great communication skill (oral & written).
Able to prioritize tasks with a strong practical time management skill.

If you are interested to the position, please send your comprehensive resume to:

PT Holcim Indonesia Tbk
HR Operation Dept.

(please indicate the position applied for on the subject field of your email)

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