Telecommunication Career at Mobile-8 Telecom

02 September 2008

PT Mobile-8 Telecom Tbk, is one of the largest telecommunication companies in Indonesia, a public listed company, and the only operator holds two nation-wide licenses for cellular and FWA product. Fren, our cellular product, is now in entire Java island, Madura, Bali, North Sumatra, South Sumatra, South Kalimantan, South and North Sulawesi, while Hepi, our FWA product could be enjoyed in Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang, Surabaya and Banjarmasin. As part of our commitment to widen the operational coverage and enhance services around Indonesia, we are now looking for self driven and dynamic professional to join our team as:

Sales Manager - Data Service

Your main responsibility is to formulating strategy and developing sales for our data service, through corporate, retails as well as channels.

In details, you will be taking care of:

planning and executing sales strategy for the data service in the assigned territory or industry
developing the sales forecast for each of the channels, and its regular reporting system
working and coordinate internally with the related divisions in the executions or in order to improve the sales performance of the data service
managing team through coaching, counseling, control & monitoring team performance
developing sales force and creating success planning

If you are seeking for new challenge and:

hold a minimum of a University Degree in related major
have a minimum of 5 years of working experience, with previous background in data service sales/ ISP/Telecommunication company
posses both strategic-thinking quality as well as hands-on nature, sound interpersonal and communication skill (including negotiation skill), high adaptable trait and out-of-the box thinking attitude

then you are welcome to apply and send your comprehensive resume, not later than 2 weeks to

Please indicate the position you apply for in the subject of your email.

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