Station Head - M.H Del Pilar, Valenzuela

Station Head - M.H Del Pilar, Valenzuela
Company:

Seaoil Philippines, Inc.


Station Head - M.H Del Pilar, Valenzuela

Details of the offer

Job Summary:
1. Ensures the proper administration of activities related to the operations of the station.
2. Coordinates with the station Operator/ROO regarding operations-related concerns
.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Compliance to Company Standards (SCI/GUI/SPI)
2. Inventory Management
3. Cash Management
4. Station Performance Reporting
5. Personnel and Customer Management
6. Performs other tasks necessary to ensure the proper operations of the assigned station.
Job Qualifications:Must be a graduate of any Business Course or any four-year course
Willing to be assigned at SEAOIL Station
Must have proficiency in various Microsoft Office applications
Experience in related work is an advantage, fresh graduates are welcome
Must be physically fit


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