|Daihatsu / daihatsu.co.id|
Daihatsu is known as the second-largest automotive brands in Indonesia after Toyota. Daihatsu maintains 15.3% of the cars market in Indonesia. According to PT Astra International Tbk Annual Report 2014 as cited by JobsCDC.com, Daihatsu reported total car sales of 185,226 units in 2014. Daihatsu now has 216 outlets spread in all over Indonesia. Its outlets include 136 vehicle, service, parts (VSP) outlets and 86 vehicle (V) outlets.
In line with its continued expansion program, PT Astra International Tbk - Daihatsu Sales Operation invites potential candidates who meet the following requirements to fill the positions of
- Management Trainee Administration Head (MT - ADH)
- Management Trainee Workshop Supervisor (MT - WSS)
- Management Trainee Sales Supervisor (MT - SS)
- Background in Bachelor Degree (S1) from reputable universities, majoring in
- MT - ADH : Accounting, Management, Finance.
- MT - WSS : Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering.
- MT - SS : Any Major.
- Maximum age of 27 years old.
- Willing to be relocated throughout Indonesia.
- Candidates must possess a potential leadership
- Have strong communication and interpersonal skills.
- Have high interest in automobile industry.
- Hard work and have strong understanding of basic accounting (MT - ADH).
- Hard work and have high interest in workshop area (MT - WSS).
- Have high interest in automobile industry and experienced in sales will be an advantage (MT - SS).
For further information, please refer official source from CDC Unpad on following link below. Candidates with qualifications as mentioned above, are welcome to apply for the position. Please submit your resume to https://cdc.unpad.ac.id/pt-astra-international-tbk-daihatsu-so. Closing date 1 June 2016. Campus Hiring program will be held on 3 June 2016 (08.00 - finished) at Aula Gedung E Lt 2, Kampus D3 FISIP Unpad Jl Bukit Dago Utara No 25 Bandung. Only qualified, short-listed applicants will be invited via SMS for furthers process. (JobsCDC.com / Source)