Telecommunication at Zebit Solution

17 Maret 2008


Company Description

Our client, a growing company that sells RF Antenna and mobile telco accessories, seeks for TELCO ENGINEER. Successful candidate will work both as FIELD and PRESALES engineer. Intermediate English is a must. Fresh graduates with knowledge in mobile system are welcome.


Key Requirements


D3/S1 from Telecommunication relevant major, with IPK > 2.75

Good knowledge in mobile telecommunication system

Fluent in English (Intermediate English level by minimum)

Computer literate (MS Excel, MS Power Point and MS Word)

Good interpersonal and presentation skills

Fast learner, self driven, able to multitask, discipline, and hard working

Years of Experience 0-2 years
Able to join within short notice



Product Engineer who handle tender/sales support
Field Engineer in charge for RF antenna installation

Enclosed your 4x6 recent photograph with your complete application (cover letter, updated CV, Education/Course certificates).Indicate the code of position that you applied clearly at your email title/ envelope.You can send via email to: (Max 300kbytes) or post to the following address: MULTIPLUS BUSINESS CENTRE*Suite 17* Jl. Radio Dalam Raya No. 9, Kebayoran Baru – Jakarta Selatan 12140

We apologies in advance that incomplete application will not be processed and only successful applicants will be contacted.

Application is closed on 30th March 2008

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