Monday, April 28, 2008

Chief Maintenance Engenering

Perusahaan Kami Sedang Membutuhkan Karyawan Untuk Posisi ( URGENT )

Chief Maintenance Engenering

Laki²
Pendidikan Min S1 Elektro
Berpengalaman Dalam Maintenance Gedung Min 1 Thn
Jujur
Suka Bekerja Keras

Lamaran Dapat Langsung Di Bawa Ke

PT. Cipta Nindita Nusapala
Nuansa Commercial Estate Jl. TB. Simatupang Kav. 17 / B-03, Jakarta 13380 ( Sebelah Makro Pasar Rebo )
Phone: 8778 – 5209

Atau Via Email : ciptanindita@yahoo.co.id

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Accounting & Admin

Kami Perusahaan Outsourcing Sedang Membutuhkan Karyawati ( URGENT ) Untuk Posisi

Accounting :

Wanita
Pendidikan Min S1
Berpengalaman Di Bidang nya min 2 Tahun
Mengerti Tax
Chinese

Admin
Wanita
Pendidikan Min S1
Berpengalaman Di Bidang nya min 2 Tahun
Mengerti Tax
Chinese

Lamaran ditujukan Ke

PT. Cipta Nindita Nusapala
Nuansa Commercial Estate Jl. TB. Simatupang Kav. 17 / B-03, Jakarta 13380 ( Sebelah Makro Pasar Rebo )
Phone: 8778 - 5209

Atau ke ciptanindita@yahoo.co.id

Thursday, March 27, 2008

lowongan kerja

NUSAPALA GROUP

Kami Perusahaan outsourcing yang
bergerak dibidang recruitment membutuhkan
dengan segera Karyawan / Karyawati
untuk posisi :

SATPAM
1 Laki - Laki
2 Usia max 33 tahun
3 Pendidikan SLTA
4 Tinggi Badan 168 CM
5 Berat Badan Proporsional
6 Memiliki Sertifikat Satpam ( DI UTAMAKAN )
7 Sehat Badan ( Ket. Surat Dokter )
8 Tidak ( Bertato, Bertindik, Berkacamata )

Sales Officer
1 Wanita / Laki - Laki
2 Usia max 25 tahun
3 Pendidikan SLTA
4 Berpenampilan Menarik


OB / OG
1 Laki - laki / Wanita
2 Pendidikan SLTA
3 Usia max 25 tahun
4 Pengalaman Minimal 3 bulan
5 Tinggal di Wilayah ( Kantor )


DRIVER
Co. DRIVER
1 Laki - laki
2 Pendidikan SLTA
3 Memiliki SIM A
4 Usia max 35 tahun
5 Pengalaman Minimal 1 Tahun
6 Menguasai Wilayah Jabodetabek
7 Sehat ( Ket. Dari Dokter )


KURIR
1 Laki - laki
2 Pendidikan SLTA
3 Memiliki SIM C
4 Usia max 35 tahun
5 Pengalaman Minimal 1 Tahun
6 Menguasai Wilayah Jabodetabek
7 Sehat ( Ket. Dari Dokter )
8 Memilki Kendaraan Motor


RESEPSIONIS
1 Laki - laki / Wanita Wanita
2 Pendidikan SLTA
3 Usia max 25 tahun
4 Bahasa Inggris ( Min Pasif )
5 Menguasai Korespondensi
6 Sehat ( Ket. Dari Dokter )


DAILY LABOUR
1 Laki - laki
2 Pendidikan SLTA
3 Usia max 24 tahun
4 Bahasa Inggris ( Min Pasif )
5 Tinggi Badan 155 CM
6 Sehat ( Ket. Dari Dokter )
7 Diutamakan Tinggal di Wilayah
( Kantor Clien )


SALES KANVACER
1 Laki - laki
2 Pendidikan SLTA
3 Memiliki SIM C
4 Usia max 25 tahun
5 Pengalaman Minimal 1 Tahun
6 Menguasai Wilayah Jabodetabek
7 Sehat ( Ket. Dari Dokter )
8 Memilki Kendaraan Motor


SALES COUNTER
1 Laki - laki
2 Pendidikan SLTA
3 Memiliki SIM C
4 Usia max 25 tahun
5 Menguasai Wilayah Jabodetabek
6 Sehat ( Ket. Dari Dokter )
7 Memilki Kendaraan Motor


COLEKTOR
1 Laki - laki
2 Pendidikan SLTA
3 Memiliki SIM C
4 Usia max 25 tahun
5 Menguasai Wilayah Jabodetabek
6 Sehat ( Ket. Dari Dokter )
7 Memilki Kendaraan Motor


STAF ADM.
1 Laki - laki / Wanita
2 Pendidikan SLTA , DIII
3 Usia max 25 tahun
4 Menguasai Komputer ( Min. Exel, Work )
5 Penampilan Menarik
6 Sehat ( Ket. Dari Dokter )


SALES HAND SET
1 Laki - laki
2 Usia max 25 tahun
3 Pendidikan DIII
4 Menguasai Komputer
5 Komunikatif



SEKRETARIS
1 Wanita
2 Pendidikan DIII ( Sekretaris )
3 Usia max 25 tahun
4 Menguasai Komputer
5 Penampilan Menarik
6 Mengerti Bahasa Ingris
7 Sehat ( Ket. Dari Dokter )


STAF ACCOUNTING
1 laki - Laki / Wanita
2 Pendidikan S-1 ( Akutansi )
3 Usia max 25 tahun
4 Menguasai Komputer
5 Penampilan Menarik
6 Pengalaman min. 1 tahun
7 Sehat ( Ket. Dari Dokter )


STAF LOGISTIK
1 Laki - laki
2 Usia max 25 tahun
3 Pendidikan SLTA
4 Bisa Komputer
5 Komunikatif


STAF IT
1 Laki - laki / Wanita
2 Usia max 25 tahun
3 Pendidikan S-1
4 Bisa Komputer
5 Komunikatif
6 Pengalaman min 1 tahun


CALL CENTER
1 Laki - laki / Wanita
2 Usia max 25 tahun
3 Pendidikan D-III
4 Bisa Komputer
5 Komunikatif


FINANCIAL
CONTROLER
1 laki - Laki / Wanita
2 Pendidikan S-1 ( Akutansi )
3 Usia max 25 tahun
4 Menguasai Komputer
5 Pengalaman min. 1 tahun
6 Sehat ( Ket. Dari Dokter )


SPG
1 laki - Laki / Wanita
2 Pendidikan SLTA
3 Usia max 25 tahun
4 Penampilan Menarik
5 Pengalaman ( Tidak diutamakan )
6 Sehat ( Ket. Dari Dokter )


HEAD KANVACER
1 laki - Laki
2 Pendidikan S-1
3 Usia max 25 tahun
4 Penampilan Menarik
5 Pengalaman ( Sebagai min. 1 tahun )
6 Mempunyai Kendaraan Motor
7 Memiliki SIM C


Lamaran ditujukan Ke

PT. Cipta Nindita Nusapala
Nuansa Commercial Estate Jl. TB. Simatupang Kav. 17 / B-03, Jakarta 13380 ( Sebelah Makro Pasar Rebo )
Phone: 8778 - 5209

Atau ke ciptanindita@yahoo.co.id

ATTN: Bpk. Immanuel

LOWONGAN INI BERLAKU UNTUK SELURUH WILAYAH INDONESIA!
LOWONGAN INI TIDAK ADA BATASAN WAKTU!
LOWONGAN INI TIDAK DI PUNGUT BIAYA!

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Indexes Mixed In Early Trading

Stocks were mixed Wednesday morning as early enthusiasm faded.

At 11 a.m. EST, the NYSE composite climbed 0.3%, the S&P 500 0.1%. The Dow and Nasdaq were slightly negative. The small-cap S&P 600 fell 0.2%.

Volume was tracking higher on both exchanges.

First Solar FSLR jumped 7.60 to 195.67 in heavy trading. But the solar modules maker is still 15% off its record peak. Most other solar firms rallied, with SunPower SPWR up 13%.

Votorantim Celulose e Papel VCP gapped up, gaining 2.24, or 7%, to 34.03. Last month, the Brazilian paper maker delivered a 103% surge in Q3 profit, but sales slipped.

Fossil FOSL headed higher for the third straight session. Shares of the watch maker rallied 1.54 to a new high of 41.33.

On the downside, IHS IHS dropped 1.27 to 63.31. There was no news, but the stock has already traded more than twice its average daily volume.

Dolby Laboratories DLB reversed early gains and dropped 1.68 to 47.81.

10:15 a.m. ET Update: Stocks Rise, But Gains Fading Fast

By Vincent Mao

Stocks opened higher as expected, but have come well off session highs.

At 10:02 a.m. EST, the NYSE led with a 0.6% gain. The S&P 500 rose 0.4%. The Dow was 0.15% higher after flirting with going into the red a few moments earlier. The Nasdaq climbed 0.3%, after jumping 0.9% minutes after the open.

Leaders continued to improve, though this is only the second day of a rally attempt.

Apple AAPL jumped nearly 3% in fast trade, though off its highs.

Baidu.com BIDU gapped up 6%. Both headed north of their 50-day moving averages on Tue.

Garmin GRMN gained 1.37 to 87.43.

Diana Shipping DSX gapped up, gaining 1.70 to 34.95. Before the open, the Greek dry-bulk shipper reported third-quarter earnings and sales above analysts' estimates. It didn't give an outlook, but said, "We expect the next few quarters to continue to be strong, with China, India and other developing regions moving their economic activity forward at strong rates of growth."

On the downside, Daktronics (NASDAQ:DAKT) DAKT gapped down, plunging 6.40, or 22% to 22.17 in huge trade. The scoreboard maker reported fiscal Q2 earnings and sales below analysts' expectations. It also gave a disappointing outlook for the third quarter.

9:15 a.m. ET Update: Stocks On Track For Strong Start

By Vincent Mao

Stock futures pointed to a higher start Wednesday, boosted by economic data and Bear Stearns. (NYSE:BSC) Nasdaq futures rose 21 points vs. fair value, S&P 500 futures climbed 8 points.

In economic news, retail sales rose 0.2% as expected in October. Excluding autos, sales also rose 0.2%, slightly below expectations of 0.3%. Sept. retail sales were revised to 0.7% from 0.6%.

Producer prices ticked up 0.1% in October, slightly better than estimates of 0.2%. Core prices, which strip out food and energy, were unchanged. Economists expected a 0.2% rise.

The dollar rallied against the yen, but fell against the euro.

Crude oil rebounded from Tuesday's 3.6% tumble. The December contract gained $1.09 to $92.25 a barrel. Due to the Veterans Day holiday, the energy inventory report will be out Thursday.

Bear Stearns BSC jumped 8%. The investment bank expects $1.2 billion in write-downs in the fourth-quarter. It cut its CDO exposure to $884 million from $2 billion. While Bear says market conditions will be tough for some time, the Wall St. bank sounded remarkably upbeat.

Other major financials are indicated higher as a result, extending Tue.'s bounceback.

That includes HSBC HBC, which had been pointing lower in pre-market trading. The global bank said it's taking an additional $3.4 billion in write-downs in Q3. It's also closing 260 branches of its U.S. consumer finance division. HSBC was one of the first banks to report trouble in the subprime mortgage market.

Three S Bio SSRX surged 14% in the preopen. Late Tuesday, the biopharmaceutical firm easily beat views with a 150% pop in third-quarter earnings. Sales jumped 65%, also above estimates.

Excel Maritime Carriers EXM sank 13% in pre-open trading. After Tuesday's close, the shipping firm reported Q3 earnings and sales below analysts' estimates.

Oracle ORCL climbed 2% in the premarket after it received two upgrades. CIBC World Markets lifted the software maker to sector outperform from sector perform. And Broadpoint Capital raised the stock to buy from neutral. On Tuesday, Oracle bounced off its 200-day average.

FOREX-Dollar slips as growth fears linger

NEW YORK, Nov 14 (Reuters) - The dollar slipped on Wednesday as worries about the struggling U.S. housing sector and lingering credit problems weighed on sentiment, leaving the dollar's long-term downtrend intact.

Data showing U.S. retail sales growth slowed slightly in October, in line with expectations, and flat producer prices supported dealers' decisions to keep pushing the dollar toward record lows against the euro.


"Retail and sales and PPI at the margin support a weaker dollar," said Meg Browne, senior currency strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman in New York. "Retail sales supports the view that growth is slowing."

The euro rose 0.4 percent to $1.4656 , within sight of record highs of $1.4752 reached last week. Against the Swiss franc, the dollar fell to the lowest level since April 1995, at 1.1178 francs before recovering to trade at 1.1244, still down 0.2 percent on the day.

Another prominent theme in the market was the rebound in investors' willingness to take bigger risks for a higher return.

Earlier this week, nervousness about the difficult lending environment caused the yen to surge across the board, rising to an 18-month high against the dollar as investors unwound carry trades, in which a low-yielding currency such as the yen is borrowed to fund purchases of higher-yielding ones.

But by Wednesday carry trades were being put back on.

The euro gained 0.9 percent to 163.37 yen , pulling away from a two-month low of 158.66 yen hit on Tuesday. The dollar was up 0.5 percent to 111.50 yen .

The Australian dollar, often a target of carry traders because of its relatively high interest rate, rose 0.2 percent against the greenback to $0.8975 , though it was well off a 23-year high of $0.9401 reached last week.

Against the yen, the Australian dollar rose 0.7 percent to 100.10 yen .

"The recent rise in risk aversion reflects the broadly anticipated aftershock in the financial sector of the liquidity crisis earthquake of August," said Michael Woolfolk, senior currency strategist with Bank of New York Mellon.

"Risk aversion is likely to abate as incoming data reflect ongoing consumer spending," he said in a note.

Sterling fell against the euro after the Bank of England's Quarterly Inflation Report signaled that the benchmark interest rate would need to be cut in the future. The euro climbed to a four-year high against the pound at 71.36 pence .

Thus far, global growth has held up fairly well outside the United States, but the report added to uncertainty about global economic growth in the wake of this summer's crisis stemming from the U.S. subprime mortgage market.

A report earlier on Wednesday showed euro zone economic growth rebounded more than expected in the third quarter, but economists expected a slowdown in the current quarter would keep the European Central Bank on hold.

Forex - Pound steadies out at weaker levels after BoE inflation report

LONDON (Thomson Financial) - The pound steadied out at significantly weaker levels against major currencies following a dovish Bank of England inflation report, which gave a clear hint UK interest rates will need to fall.

The euro, meanwhile, was supported by buoyant growth figures that backed up recent firm inflation data, supporting the view that euro zone interest rates -- unlike those in the UK -- are not going down in the near term.

The BoE's inflation report forecasts showed that, if UK interest rates follow market expectations and fall to 5.1 pct by the end of 2009, inflation will meet the BoE target rate of 2.0 pct.

If, on the other hand, interest rates stay as they are at 5.75 pct, CPI inflation would undercut the target, coming in around 1.75 pct.

'November's BoE Inflation Report gives a clear signal that a series of interest rate cuts lie ahead,' said Vicky Redwood at Capital Economics.

The timing of the move is uncertain, particularly given yesterday's stronger-than-expected UK inflation data, but the dovish inflation report will spark talk that a move could come before February.

The pound plunged against the dollar, yen and euro following the report as investors adjusted their expectations for UK interest rates.

The European single currency, in particular, hit a four-year high against sterling of 0.7112. The European Central Bank is not expected to cut interest rates for some months as inflation remains significantly above target.

Growth data this morning backed up the view that the euro zone economy is currently too buoyant for the ECB to cut rates. Official data showed euro zone GDP growth accelerated to 0.7 pct in the third quarter from 0.3 pct in the second.

Howard Archer at Global Insight said that, even though euro zone growth is set to slow in the coming months, elevated inflation means rates should stay at 4.00 pct 'well into 2008'.

Later today, comments from Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke should put the dollar firmly in focus as investors seek further insight on the path of interest rates.

The Fed, like the ECB and BoE, is seeking to steer a path for monetary policy that deals with elevated inflation and signals the economy is slowing.

Wholesale PPI inflation and retail sales data today had little immediate impact on the dollar against most currencies, although it did strengthen against the yen.

'Core PPI was flat which is positive for carry trades and has supported a fresh surge in yen crosses,' said Rhonda Staskow at Thomson IFR Markets.

US producer prices, which measure inflation pressures before they reach the consumer, rose 0.1 pct in October, lower than analysts' expectations for a 0.3 pct rise but nonetheless putting the annual rate at 6.1 pct, the highest since Sept 2005.

Meanwhile retail sales in October rose 0.2 pct, as economists had expected, following an upwardly revised 0.7 pct increase in September.


London 1340 GMT London 0934 GMT


US dollar

yen 111.51 up from 111.16

sfr 1.1209 down from 1.1220


Euro

usd 1.4694 up from 1.4666

stg 0.7098 up from 0.7055

sfr 1.6470 up from 1.6459

yen 163.83 up from 163.01


Sterling

usd 2.0704 down from 2.0789

yen 230.67 down from 231.05

sfr 2.3186 down from 2.3329


Australian dollar

usd 0.9038 down from 0.9045

stg 0.4363 up from 0.4348

yen 100.67 up from 100.55


New Zealand dollar

usd 0.7658 down from 0.7660

Forex - Better risk appetite supports euro at expense of dollar, yen

LONDON (Thomson Financial) - The dollar and yen remained softer, while the euro gained ground, after encouraging euro zone and US economic data and a higher open in stock markets helped investors' regain risk appetite.

Equities were helped by US retail sales figures that showed a 0.2 pct monthly rise in October, in line with the market consensus. At the same time PPI was up only 0.1 pct, below expectations for a 0.3 pct rate.

The encouraging news helped further improve risk appetite among investors, who returned to selling lower-yielding currencies like the dollar and the yen in favour of the higher-yielding euro and commodities-based currencies.

'Carry trades are revived due to the return of risk appetite -- courtesy of strong US retail sales,' said Ashraf Laidi at CMC Markets.

On top of this, the euro was helped this morning by robust 3Q GDP data, which showed a 0.7 pct quarterly gain for a 2.6 pct yearly rate.

'The data have powered up the euro against the dollar... and with central banks and sovereign wealth funds eyeing an increased allocation into euro-denominated assets, the latest euro zone releases continue to show no considerable drag on growth as has been the case in the US and UK,' Laidi said.

Meanwhile, the pound was lower across the board after the Bank of England today gave its clearest indication yet in its Inflation Report that it would need to cut interest rates in the future.

In its official forecasts, the central bank said that interest rates would have to fall to 5.1 pct by the end of 2009 -- in line with market forecasts -- in order to keep inflation within the 2.0 pct target.

When the first cut will be delivered is now the matter of speculation.

'Given near-term inflationary pressures from the surge in oil prices as well as signs that the economy remains resilient, we believe the BoE is unlikely to ease rates next month already,' said Matthew Sharratt at Bank of America (nyse: BAC - news - people ), who forecasts the first cut in February.

Despite the downside risks to growth, inflationary pressures linger in the economy as oil prices remain near record highs, suggesting more weak UK economic data will be required before the BoE kicks off its monetary easing cycle.



London 1605 GMT London 1340 GMT


US dollar

yen 111.39 down from 111.51

sfr 1.1214 up from 1.1209


Euro

usd 1.4685 down from 1.4694

stg 0.7110 up from 0.7098

sfr 1.6301 down from 1.6470

yen 163.57 down from 163.83


Sterling

usd 2.0652 down from 2.0704

yen 230.04 down from 230.67

sfr 2.3159 down from 2.3186


Australian dollar

usd 0.9009 down from 0.9038

stg 0.4362 down from 0.4363

yen 100.36 down from 100.67


New Zealand dollar

usd 0.7648 down from 0.7658


carlo.piovano@thomson.com