Vacancy 2012 Bank Mandiri: Head of Property Strategic Planning & Management

Lowongan Kerja Bank Mandiri: Head of Property Strategic Planning & Management. PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk - Bank Mandiri is the leading government owned banking companies in Indonesia. Bank Mandiri become the largest bank in Indonesia in terms of total assets, loans and deposits. In line with its vision, become the Indonesia's most admired and progressive financial institution, currently PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk is looking for the best candidates to join as following positions :

Head of Property Strategic Planning & Management

- Provide Strategic Plan, including utilization and development of Fixed Asset
- Develop and maintain the best procedures of providing services to customer to increase utilization of fixed asset of the Bank
- Acting as a leader or part of project teams of property utilization/ development and responsible for the realization.
- Provide monthly report to higher level management.
- Coordinate with Legal Department in handling legal issues (problems) related to Fixed Assets Management
- Maintain good relationship with related third parties .

- Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's Degree or Master's Degree / Post Graduate Degree in Engineering (Civil), Engineering (Others), Business Studies/Administration/Management, Economics, Finance/Accountancy/Banking, Architecture or equivalent.
- Maximum Age 40 years old
- At least 6 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
- Preferably having experience as head of Property Strategic Planning in Property/Real Estate or equivalent. Job role in Property Management or equivalent.
- Having deep knowledge in banking or financial industry
- Hands-on in real estate management, including well-knowledge in Building/ Real Estate Audit
- Fluency in English is a must

Should you interested and meet the minimum qualifications, please refer official source from Jobstreet on following link below. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.


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