Mining Job Vacancy at PT Thiess Indonesia; Perusahaan Tambang

10 April 2008

PT Thiess Indonesia; Business Analyst

Business Analyst

Department: Functional support- Jakarta

Employment type: Permanent (Indonesia only)

As a multinational company with over 6000 employees in Indonesia alone, our people are keys to our success. As an employer of choice, we are committed to developing skills and providing opportunities for all employees. Our business provides integrated service in mining, civil construction, process engineering oil & gas and telecommunication across a number of operational locations throughout Indonesia.

With continued growth we are seeking additional resources that will be located in Jakarta office as Business Analyst for Procurement & Logistic Department.

Reporting to Business Control Supervisor you will analyses on time delivery performance supplier and Amount Supplier and Buyer to provide update information on supplier and buyer progressing; analyses rice change & validation price to ensure all price that we bought is correct and in line with contract agreement; analyses historical usage to know the fast & slow moving part number & updated part number; upload new price list into supplier catalogue JDE and analyses price rebate to ensure all price is correct and in line with contract agreement.

Requirements of this position Degree (S1) qualification in Technical Industrial or Economic with minimum of 4 years experience in large mining or construction industry as similar role; computer literacy; analytical thinking and attention to detail; team player and a good command of the English language.

Competitive salary and benefits will be offered to the right candidate.

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