Technical Electrical - Lowongan Diploma PT Kao Indonesia

09 Juni 2008


Company Description

A Japanese Multinational company in consumer goods located in Jababeka - Cikarang, is seeking high motivated & qualified candidates to fill the position as:

Technical Electrical

Job Description:

- Daily monitoring for production equipment & utility
- Daily activities for service works, repair & maintenance
- Daily job for electrical control

Job Requirement:

- D 3 degree from reputable university majoring in Electrical.
- Minimum has 1 years experience at the same field
- Familiar with MS Word, Auto CAd 2000 & ISO 9000
- Good knowledge about PLC Software, Omron, Keyence,

low voltage & control system
- Freshgraduates are wellcome to apply
- Willing to work at Cikarang-Jababeka

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