Peluang Kerja di Hero Supermarket Terbaru

29 Agustus 2008

PT Hero Supermarket, Tbk

PT Hero Supermarket, Tbk. is one of the leading retail player in Indonesia, which have the affiliation in Asia Pacific including Hongkong, Singapore, Malaysia, China & Taiwan. To support the rapid growth expansion within our business units : GIANT, HERO, GUARDIAN, STARMART and MITRA with a total population of more than 10,000 employees, we are looking for a potential candidate to fill up the following position:

Repair And Maintenance Manager
(Jakarta Raya)


* To coordinate and ensure that preventive and corrective maintenance for all business Unit (BU) and Consessionaires at Hero, Guardian, Starmart, Giant, Mitra Toko Discount, Distribution Center (DC) Cibitung, Head Office are implemented effectively, economically and on time.


* Male, around 35 years old
* Preferably having a bachelor or master degree from Mechanical/Electrical Engineering or Building Services Engineering with at least 5 – 10 years related experience.
* Have a strong negotiation skill with suppliers and have a sound knowledge in Facility Management (FM), operations cost analysis and Total Quality Maintenance Standard (TQMS) and its implementation.
* Ability to handle a team of technicians/contractors, plan, execute and monitor all maintenance related matters.
* Experience in retail industry, prefably with departmental chain stores and fast food chain stores.
* Strong knowledge of building materials and engeneering parts
* Familiar with computer literate (autocad, microsoft office, project)
* English proficiency both oral and written is a must.

We provide an attractive remuneration package commensurate with your qualification and experience. If you meet the above qualifications, please send your application complete with CV and recent photograph by email to or or by post to:

Human Resources Division
PT. Hero Supermarket, Tbk.
Jln. Gatot Subroto no.177A - Kav.64
Jakarta 12870

Only shortlisted will be invited

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