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Monroe Indonesia’s 10 Hottest Industrial Jobs Available Now

  • Publish Date: Posted almost 9 years ago

A General Manager responsible for finance and accounting is the leading job available in the industrial sector in Indonesia today, leading executive recruitment company Monroe Consulting Group Indonesia says. The job opening, which offers an attractive salary of Rp70 million (US$4,860) per month, excluding generous benefits, is followed by a Sales Director with a coating manufacturer (Rp50 million) and Head of Sales for a chemical trading company (Rp60 million).

Here is the Top 10 list of jobs available at Monroe Consulting Group Indonesia’s specialised Industrial Division:

General Manager, Finance and Accounting, Plantation Company (Rp70 million)

Sales Director, Coating Manufacturer (Rp50 million)

Head of Sales, Chemical Trading Raw Materials (Rp60 million)

Marketing Director, Property Developer (Rp60 million)

Branch Manager, Machinery Supplier (Rp50 million)

General Manager, Finance and Accounting, General Contractors (Rp45 million)

Personal Care Business Line Manager, Chemical Trading Raw Materials (Rp40 million)

Supply Chain Manager, Chemical Trading Raw Material (Rp70 million)

Field Service Representative, Aerospace (Rp50 million)

Costing Manager, Plantation (Rp50 million)

Dhika Ciputra, head of Monroe Indonesia’s Industrial Division, said the General Manager Finance and Accounting job was with a major player in the plantation industry in Indonesia. “Candidates with a strong background in palm oil plantations with strong costing, funding and strategic financing ability will be crucial in seizing this job opportunity,” Dhika said. “Fluent English, good communication skills and strong leadership is also a must.”

Dhika said the coating manufacturing company looking for a Sales Director was a respected multinational client that operated in more than 50 countries and had recently established operations in Indonesia. “The company is looking for a dynamic Sales Director with a strong sales demeanour and good exposure in the coating business to expand and grow the business in Indonesia,” he said. “A candidate with an engineering degree and an MBA degree would be preferable, along with solid business acumen, good presentation skills and experience in managing a sales organization.”

The Head of Sales position with a multinational chemical trading company would be responsible for managing several business lines, Dhika said. “The winning candidate will have authority over the sales force, Indonesia-wide, and hold responsibility for the company’s sales and profit,” he said. “A candidate with more than 25 years of experience in the chemical distribution industry, along with strong managerial skills and a strategic business acumen to achieve mid- and long-term growth will be the right person to fill this job.”

Speaking generally about the industrial sector in Indonesia, Dhika, an experienced recruitment consultant, said despite a slow-down in the Indonesian economy, particularly in oil and gas and mining, positive trends were continuing in the logistics (shipping) and construction industries, including in the supporting manufacturing sector. Bright spots included Indonesia’s focus on the infrastructure, energy (including alternative renewable energy sources) and maritime sectors, including the development of Tanjung Priok Port in Jakarta, he said.

“Monroe Indonesia’s Industrial Division focuses on staying on top of all of the industry trends by engaging with key executives and thought leaders in our field,” Dhika said. “Continuous training sessions for our recruitment consultants has been one of the key factors in our proven ability to provide the best recruitment solutions to leading industry players looking to hire the best talent available in Indonesia today.”