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Job vacancy Mining: Bumi Resources Indonesia

17 Apr

deadline: two weeks from publish

The demand for thermal coal both domestically and internationally has, in line with the increase in the global capacity for steam power plants, continued to grow for the last several years. The Company constantly strives to play a significant role as a producer both domestically and internationally. An increase in production to 111 million tonnes per year that will be achieved in 2012 and the expansion to non-coal mining will continue to be implemented as a part of the Company’s strategy to enhance business to provide maximum returns to the investors.


Market Conditions and Corporate Strategies
As the most widely-utilized energy resource apart from oil, the ever-increasing demand for coal is due to its utilization in power plants. The International Energy Agency (IEA) affirms that between 2006–2030, world coal consumption is predicted to increase by 49% from 127.5 billion tonnes in 2006 to 190.2 billion in 2030. IEA also forecasts a growth trend in coal consumption between 2005–2015, with an average rate of 2.6% per annum, after which the growth will decelerate to 1.7% per annum between 2015–2030.

By the end of 2009, the USA, China and India have become the world’s largest coal consuming nations with a trend that will still progress for the next several years. In 2006, the USA consumed 22.5 billion tonnes of coal or equivalent to 48% of the total world’s coal consumption. To meet the power plants’ needs, the total coal demand (both thermal and coking) for the USA is forecast to increase to 26.6 billion tonnes by the end of 2030.

China’s Coal Market
In order to boost the production of steel and power plants, from 2006 – 2008, China’s total consumption for coal (both thermal and coking) had increased to 6.8% or 1.4 billion tonnes – equivalent to 42.6% of the world’s total coal consumption. This need exceeds the production capacity which has forced China to import both types of coal. In 2009, China increased imports of thermal coal and coking coal by 167% and 400% respectively, in contrast to the previous year, 2008.

As an outline, in the nine months from September 2008, China exported just 5.9 million tonnes of thermal coal. Due to the decline in production capacity and the pressure from the high demand by power plants, by September 2009, China had become the world’s largest thermal coal importer at 46.4 billion tonnes. As coal production increased in 2010, China’s demand from the world’s coal market has been forecasted to downsize to approximately 45 million tonnes. However, in the following years it is forecasted to recuperate at relatively stable rate, and China’s demand will be 50 million tonnes in 2011 and 60 million tonnes in 2015.
Opportunity exists for capable and highly motivated professionals to join the Company for the positions of:

Superintendent – Business System Analysis (BSA)
(Jakarta Raya)

Responsibilities:
Reporting to Manager – Application Support

MAIN PURPOSE OF POSITION:
Manage the requirements from business users and translate these in to business application solutions, and maximize the use of available business applications to meet the requirements of business users.
Manage the operation and maintenance of application database to ensure their reliable performance and availability to support business operations.

Requirements:

  • Possess extensive experience and proven skills in IT management, preferably in the mining or oil and gas industry
  • Use experience accumulated in the current or similar roles to demonstrate a capability to work across Bumi Resources divisions and its business units, at Superintendent Level
  • As a guide, possess 10 (ten) to 12 (twelve) years plus of post graduate experience. at least 5 (five) years of which has been relevant mining or oil and gas industry at management level
  • Possess extensive experience in Business Application (ERP, CRM), Business Intelligent, company Intranet Portal
  • Possess a tertiary qualification in an Information Technology based business discipline (such as Commerce or Information Technology) from reputable Indonesian or International University or another tertiary qualification with extensive experience and proven skills in Information Technology
  • Posses the skills in developing and implementing of Information Technology business user relationship and requirement gathering
  • Posses the skills in developing requirement programming specifications
  • Familiar with internationally recognized standards in Information Technology fields

Receptionist (REC)
(Jakarta Raya)

Responsibilities:
Reporting to Superintendent – GA & Compliances

MAIN PURPOSE OF POSITION:
This person will handle all incoming calls, accept guests, and maintain incoming and outgoing documents.
Requirements:

  • Minimum D-3 secretary or related discipline.
  • Good personality, excellent communication skills and have 2 years’ experiences in the same position.
  • Proficient in both written and spoken English.
  • Proficient in Ms. Office, Filling, and Documentation.

Secretary (SEC)
(Jakarta Raya)

Responsibilities:
Reporting to Division Head – IT

MAIN PURPOSE OF POSITION:
Provide general administration support to the operation Technology Division, and facilitate the work of VP and Managers in the areas of daily administrative support, office, management, event organization, customer services, presentation material preparation, meeting arrangement, HSE, cost control, and business process improvement.

Requirements:

  • Possess a tertiary qualification (Diploma or S1 in a Secretarial School, discipline) from a reputable University or Academy
  • Extensive (minimum 2 years) and proven skills as an Executive Secretary in a multi national, mining or oil and gas industry
  • Good communication skills in both English and Indonesian
  • Good writing skills to take meeting minutes in both English and Indonesian.
  • Ability to use MS Visio and MS PowerPoint to produce experience.

Specialist PP & IT Risk (PPR)
(Jakarta Raya)

Responsibilities:
Reporting to IT Policies & Procedure Superintendent – IT Policies & Procedure

MAIN PURPOSE OF POSITION:
Support Policies & Procedures Superintendent to manage Information Technology risks, policies & procedures development and implementation.
Support Policies & Procedures Superintendent to manage IT standards to ensure they are still appropriately applicable for the current environment of corporate systems and in line with corporate business strategy, considering the international best practices.
Support Policies & Procedures Superintendent to manage centralized IT Help Desk as the front line function of IT Division to control the implementation of IT Policies & Procedures in handling problems and users’ requests, and to inform current policies to users.

Requirements:

  • Possess a tertiary qualification in an information Technology based business discipline (such as Commerce or Information Technology) from reputable Indonesian or International University or another tertiary qualification with extensive experience and proven skills in Information Technology
  • Possess the skills in developing and implementing Information Technology Policies & Procedures
  • Experience in Information Security, specifically risk analysis and assessment skills, IT Policy and Security standard implementation.
  • Familiar with internationally recognized standards in Information Technology fields, such as ITIL, COBIT and relevant international standards will be an advantage.
  • Have at least 2 – 3 years’ experience in the similar area.

For further information please check our web:
www.bumiresources.com

Should your background meet the above requirements, forward your resume (including details of present position & remuneration, along with your latest color photograph) to the following email address:
admin@bumiresources.com

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The demand for thermal coal both domestically and internationally has, in line with the increase in the global capacity for steam power plants, continued to grow for the last several years. The Company constantly strives to play a significant role as a producer both domestically and internationally. An increase in production to 111 million tonnes per year that will be achieved in 2012 and the expansion to non-coal mining will continue to be implemented as a part of the Company’s strategy to enhance business to provide maximum returns to the investors.

Market Conditions and Corporate Strategies
As the most widely-utilized energy resource apart from oil, the ever-increasing demand for coal is due to its utilization in power plants. The International Energy Agency (IEA) affirms that between 2006–2030, world coal consumption is predicted to increase by 49% from 127.5 billion tonnes in 2006 to 190.2 billion in 2030. IEA also forecasts a growth trend in coal consumption between 2005–2015, with an average rate of 2.6% per annum, after which the growth will decelerate to 1.7% per annum between 2015–2030.

By the end of 2009, the USA, China and India have become the world’s largest coal consuming nations with a trend that will still progress for the next several years. In 2006, the USA consumed 22.5 billion tonnes of coal or equivalent to 48% of the total world’s coal consumption. To meet the power plants’ needs, the total coal demand (both thermal and coking) for the USA is forecast to increase to 26.6 billion tonnes by the end of 2030.

China’s Coal Market
In order to boost the production of steel and power plants, from 2006 – 2008, China’s total consumption for coal (both thermal and coking) had increased to 6.8% or 1.4 billion tonnes – equivalent to 42.6% of the world’s total coal consumption. This need exceeds the production capacity which has forced China to import both types of coal. In 2009, China increased imports of thermal coal and coking coal by 167% and 400% respectively, in contrast to the previous year, 2008.

As an outline, in the nine months from September 2008, China exported just 5.9 million tonnes of thermal coal. Due to the decline in production capacity and the pressure from the high demand by power plants, by September 2009, China had become the world’s largest thermal coal importer at 46.4 billion tonnes. As coal production increased in 2010, China’s demand from the world’s coal market has been forecasted to downsize to approximately 45 million tonnes. However, in the following years it is forecasted to recuperate at relatively stable rate, and China’s demand will be 50 million tonnes in 2011 and 60 million tonnes in 2015.
Opportunity exists for capable and highly motivated professionals to join the Company for the positions of:

Superintendent – Business System Analysis (BSA)
(Jakarta Raya)
Responsibilities:
Reporting to Manager – Application Support

MAIN PURPOSE OF POSITION:
Manage the requirements from business users and translate these in to business application solutions, and maximize the use of available business applications to meet the requirements of business users.
Manage the operation and maintenance of application database to ensure their reliable performance and availability to support business operations.

Requirements:

  • Possess extensive experience and proven skills in IT management, preferably in the mining or oil and gas industry
  • Use experience accumulated in the current or similar roles to demonstrate a capability to work across Bumi Resources divisions and its business units, at Superintendent Level
  • As a guide, possess 10 (ten) to 12 (twelve) years plus of post graduate experience. at least 5 (five) years of which has been relevant mining or oil and gas industry at management level
  • Possess extensive experience in Business Application (ERP, CRM), Business Intelligent, company Intranet Portal
  • Possess a tertiary qualification in an Information Technology based business discipline (such as Commerce or Information Technology) from reputable Indonesian or International University or another tertiary qualification with extensive experience and proven skills in Information Technology
  • Posses the skills in developing and implementing of Information Technology business user relationship and requirement gathering
  • Posses the skills in developing requirement programming specifications
  • Familiar with internationally recognized standards in Information Technology fields

Receptionist (REC)
(Jakarta Raya)
Responsibilities:
Reporting to Superintendent – GA & Compliances

MAIN PURPOSE OF POSITION:
This person will handle all incoming calls, accept guests, and maintain incoming and outgoing documents.
Requirements:

  • Minimum D-3 secretary or related discipline.
  • Good personality, excellent communication skills and have 2 years’ experiences in the same position.
  • Proficient in both written and spoken English.
  • Proficient in Ms. Office, Filling, and Documentation.

Secretary (SEC)
(Jakarta Raya)
Responsibilities:
Reporting to Division Head – IT

MAIN PURPOSE OF POSITION:
Provide general administration support to the operation Technology Division, and facilitate the work of VP and Managers in the areas of daily administrative support, office, management, event organization, customer services, presentation material preparation, meeting arrangement, HSE, cost control, and business process improvement.

Requirements:

  • Possess a tertiary qualification (Diploma or S1 in a Secretarial School, discipline) from a reputable University or Academy
  • Extensive (minimum 2 years) and proven skills as an Executive Secretary in a multi national, mining or oil and gas industry
  • Good communication skills in both English and Indonesian
  • Good writing skills to take meeting minutes in both English and Indonesian.
  • Ability to use MS Visio and MS PowerPoint to produce experience.

 

Specialist PP & IT Risk (PPR)
(Jakarta Raya)
Responsibilities:
Reporting to IT Policies & Procedure Superintendent – IT Policies & Procedure

MAIN PURPOSE OF POSITION:
Support Policies & Procedures Superintendent to manage Information Technology risks, policies & procedures development and implementation.
Support Policies & Procedures Superintendent to manage IT standards to ensure they are still appropriately applicable for the current environment of corporate systems and in line with corporate business strategy, considering the international best practices.
Support Policies & Procedures Superintendent to manage centralized IT Help Desk as the front line function of IT Division to control the implementation of IT Policies & Procedures in handling problems and users’ requests, and to inform current policies to users.

Requirements:

  • Possess a tertiary qualification in an information Technology based business discipline (such as Commerce or Information Technology) from reputable Indonesian or International University or another tertiary qualification with extensive experience and proven skills in Information Technology
  • Possess the skills in developing and implementing Information Technology Policies & Procedures
  • Experience in Information Security, specifically risk analysis and assessment skills, IT Policy and Security standard implementation.
  • Familiar with internationally recognized standards in Information Technology fields, such as ITIL, COBIT and relevant international standards will be an advantage.
  • Have at least 2 – 3 years’ experience in the similar area.

For further information please check our web:
www.bumiresources.com

 

Should your background meet the above requirements, forward your resume (including details of present position & remuneration, along with your latest color photograph) to the following email address:
admin@bumiresources.com

 

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