22 November 2008


Company Description

We are one of the world's leading, innovative companies in the healthcare and medical products industry currently have exceptional opening for people with drive and enthusiasm to take up a challenging career with us as:


PPIC Assistant: responsibilities include maintaining a good coordination with relevant divisions/departments, in order to have the product picked up in time. This covers maintaining materials requirement planning (MRP), following up open orders, preparing export data for container booking. Ensure the availability of material components so production process can be executed without delay.

Warehouse Supervisor: responsibilities include managing the Plant Warehouse so it is functioning well and in accordance with the standard operating procedures (SOP). In this function, he/she will supervise export process which includes checking physical condition of the container, coordinating of finished goods, and handling documents. Maintaining & coordinating warehouse daily routines; those are staff attendance & performance, reporting, accuracy of materials & finished goods, safety and cleanliness of the warehouse.

Your qualifications: Bachelor degree (S1) from a reputable university, majoring in Industrial Engineering, Information Technology. Minimum of one year experience in similar position. Having extensive knowledge in PPIC & Warehousing system. Persona of assertiveness and management skill; possess time management ability, planning and problem solving; excellent interpersonal skill and good communication skill both Indonesian and English. Maximum of age: 28 years.

Your application If you feel this challenging assignment is just what you are looking for, please submit your CV, including current and expected salaries and a recent photograph to the Human Resources Manager at by 1st December 2008.

Only applicants who meet the above requirements will be notified and invited for interview.

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