Lowongan Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI)

Posted on February 10, 2010. Filed under: Jobs | Tags: |

Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) – IT Engineer

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Bank Negara Indonesia’s role as the circulation and central bank was duly terminated in 1949 following the government’s appointment of the former Dutch-controlled bank, De Javasche Bank, as Indonesia’s Central Bank . The Bank, subsequently designated as a development bank, was later granted the rights to provide foreign reserve services that allowed it access to direct foreign transactions. We are currently seeking suitable candidates for the following position:

IT Engineer

  • Graduate from a minimum of S1 Computer Engineering / Computer Science / Electrical Engineering / Statistics / Industrial Engineering / Computer Science / Electronics / Engineering Physics / Mathematics from State University / Private prominent and capable in the field of IT.
  • GPA requirements are: PTN at least 2.75; 3.00 minimum PTS
  • Work experience in the field of communications and data systems at least 1 year.
  • Mastering: Platform OS UNIX (AIX, Solaris, Linux) / OS Windows Server / Oracle Data Base or understand the concept of TCPIP.
  • Mastering the English language at least passive
  • Value Added to that has the certification: CCNA / MCSA / Oracle database admin. / SQL Server.
  • Age maximum 28 years
  • Healthy physical and spiritual

Each applicant must complete the data: Appendix of Application Letter, CV and other documents required (certificate, legalized diploma etc.)

Send your complete application to:


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