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Argon Group Targets Outstanding Candidates

Argon Group, in collaboration with Satya Wacana Christian University (UKSW) Salatiga, is offering career opportunities to over 1,300 participants at the Job Fair. Argon Group is opening up opportunities for more than 12 positions across various business lines, including the Supervisor Development Program (SDP), Officer Development Program (ODP), Finance & Accounting Officer, Fullstack Developer, Field Force, and other strategic positions.

The Talent Acquisition team of Argon Group set up a booth at the UKSW Job Fair on June 15-16 in Salatiga and successfully recruited 100 candidates who passed the CV qualification process. Subsequently, the candidates underwent psychometric tests and interviews on June 17, 2023. Candidates visiting the Argon Group booth also had the opportunity to win attractive souvenirs by playing the mini-game spin wheel.

In addition to recruitment efforts, the Talent Acquisition team of Argon Group provides training for job seekers to succeed in the professional world. The training is delivered directly by Mrs. Sylvana Uli Basa Evi Dame, Talent Acquisition & Company Branding Manager. Mrs. Sylvana provides tips on how to enhance the value of candidates by building an appealing personal brand through CVs and LinkedIn profiles. This training also serves as an introduction to Argon Group for the candidates.

The HR Director of Argon Group, Mrs. Nancy Kartika, stated that Argon Group offers more than just jobs but meaningful careers. Mrs. Nancy Kartika further added that building a meaningful career aligns with one of our core values: Act Professionally, where Argon Group provides continuous professional development, comprehensive training, and a supportive work environment that encourages innovation and collaboration.

"With our company's core value of Act Professionally, we are seeking candidates who possess technical skills in their respective fields, demonstrate leadership qualities, and have the willingness to learn and grow together," expressed Mrs. Nancy Kartika.


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