Finance Staff



    • Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's Degree, Economics, Finance/Accountancy/Banking or equivalent.
    • At least 5 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
    • Preferably in Banking experience
    • Preferably Staff (non-management & non-supervisor)s specializing in Finance - General/Cost Accounting or equivalent.
    • Full-Time position(s) available.
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    Deskripsi Perusahaan

    As Indonesia is positioning  the geothermal  energy as its strategic  power source, the country  holds the world's largest amount of potential  geother- mal resources around 40%. The enhancement  of geothermal  power pro- jects  is one of the  strategic  and environmental   friendly  energy sources, which also becomes the priority  of the Government  of Indonesia in securing alternative  energy sources.
    This is in line with  the Government's  poll-cies in energy diversification,  fuel oil (Bahan Bakar Minyak =   BBM)  con-sumption  reduction and anticipating  the  rise in electricity  demands in ln- donesia, especially in North Sumatera.
    Sarulla Geothermal  Project is a core part of the Indonesian government's electricity  development  program (the FastTrack Program II) and a private- sector  financed  geothermal  project  to successfully conclude power  pur- chase arrangements  under  that  program.Anticipating   the  electricity   de- mands in North Sumatera, Sarulla Operation  ltd  ("SOL") will build the larg- est single-contract  geothermal  power plants in the world with the capacity of 3 x 110 MW ("Project").   The location  of the Project is Pahae Julu and
    Pahae Jae Districts, North Tapanuli Regency, North Sumatra Province. The commercial operation of the first unit is scheduled to be started in 2016 followed by the other two units in 2017 and 2018 respectively.
    The Project will be fueled by steam and brine from two production  and in- jection  facilities  at Silangkitang ("SIL") and Namora-I-langit   ("NIL") reser- voirs. The plants of the Project will apply Geothermal Combined Cycle Units ("GCCU") which are more efficient than conventional flash type geothermal power plants. The plants will capture the steam and brine from the wells and produce energy throughout  the day and is intended for base load op- eration. The condensate steam and the brine water will be re-injected  into underground  via wells to maintain  sustainable geothermal  resources. The Project will also include approximately  20 km transmission line from plants to the 150/275 KV substation, which will be constructed  by PLN