Recruitment BUMN : Kereta Api

The first railway line in Indonesia began operations on August 10, 1867 in Central Java. By May 21, 1873, the line had connected three main cities in the region, i.e. [Semarang], Solo and Yogyakarta. This line was operated by a private company, Nederlandsch-Indische Spoorweg Maatschappij (NIS: Netherlands East Indies Railway Company).
The liberal Dutch government of the era was then reluctant to build its own railway, preferring to give a free rein to private enterprises. However, private railways could not provide the expected return of investment (even NIS required some financial assistance from the government), and the Dutch Ministry of Colonies finally approved a state railway system, the Staatsspoorwegen (State Railway), extending from Buitenzorg (now Bogor) in the west, to Surabaya in the east. Construction began from both ends, the first line (from Surabaya) being opened on May 16, 1878, and both cities were connected by 1894.
Private enterprises did not completely get out of the picture, and at least 15 light railway companies operated in Java. These companies operated as "steam tram companies", but despite the name, were better described as regional secondary lines.

As befits a colonial enterprise, most railway lines in Indonesia had a dual purpose: economic and strategic. In fact, a condition for the financial assistance for the NIS was that the company build a railway line to Ambarawa, which had an important fort named Willem I for the Dutch king. The first state railway line was built through the mountains on the southern part of Java, instead of the flat regions on the north, for a similar strategic reason. The state railway in Java connected Anyer on the western coast of the island, to Banyuwangi on the eastern coast.
In Sumatra, railways were first used for military purposes, with a railway line connecting Banda Aceh and its port of Uleelhee in 1876. The line, first built to a 1067 mm gauge was later regauged to 750 mm and extended south. This line was only transferred to the Ministry of Colonies from the Ministry of War on January 1, 1916, following the relative pacification of Aceh.
Other state railway lines in Sumatra were located in the Minangkabau area (built between 1891–1894) and the Lampung-South Sumatra region (1914–1932). Both lines were mainly used for conveyance of coal from inland mines to ports.
Another important private railway line was the Deli Spoorweg Maatschappij (Deli Railway Company). This line served the important rubber- and tobacco-producing regions in Deli.
Between July 1922 and 1930, a 47 km-long railway line operated in South Sulawesi. This line was to be extended to North Sulawesi, as part of a massive project of railway construction in Borneo and Sulawesi, connection of separate railway systems in Sumatra and electrification of the main lines in Java. The Great Depression of 1929 put paid to these plans.
During the Japanese occupation between 1942 and 1945, the different railway lines in Java were managed as one entity. The Sumatra systems, being under the administration of a different branch of the Japanese armed forces, remained separate.
The occupiers also converted the standard gauge (1,435 mm) lines in Java into 1,067 mm, thereby resolving the dual gauge issue. This was not an actual "problem" as there was not much transfer of materials between the systems, and much of the 1435 mm system had been fitted with a third rail by 1940, creating a mixed-gauge railway.

During the war for independence between 1945 and 1949, freedom fighters took over the railways, creating the first direct predecessor to today's PT Kereta Api, the Djawatan Kereta Api Repoeblik Indonesia (Railway Bureau of the Republic of Indonesia), on September 28, 1945. This date, not the 1867 one, is regarded as the birth date of Indonesian railways and commemorated as Railway Day every year.
In Sumatra, the separate systems were similarly taken over, named Kereta Api Soematera Oetara Negara Repoeblik Indonesia in North Sumatra and Kereta Api Negara Repoeblik Indonesia in South and West Sumatra.
On the other hand, the Dutch created its own combined railway system to manage the lines located on its occupied territory, the Verenigd Spoorwegbedrijf (Combined Railways). By the time of Dutch recognition of Indonesian independence, the VS had most railway lines under its management, though not all were in operation.
With Indonesia's full independence in 1949, the separate systems (except the Deli Railway) were combined into the Djawatan Kereta Api. Non-state railway systems in Java retained their paper existence until 1958, when all railway lines in Indonesia were nationalized, including the Deli Railway, thereby creating the Perusahaan Negara Kereta Api (PNKA: State Railway Corporation).
On September 15, 1971, PNKA was reorganised into Perusahaan Jawatan Kereta Api (Railway Bureau Corporation), in turn reorganised into Perumka (Perusahaan Umum Kereta Api: Public Railway Corporation) on January 2, 1991. Perumka was transformed into PT Kereta Api (Persero) on June 1, 1999.
The headquarters of the state railway system, since Dutch colonial days, had been located in Bandung, West Java. Private railway companies were headquartered elsewhere, in Semarang, Tegal, Surabaya and Medan.

PT. Kereta Api Indonesia (Persero) is a company engaged in the largest transportation services in Indonesia, which prioritizes professionalism and performance, currently require experienced personnel to be placed as an expert level of Staff Associate degree in Accounting and Taxation with the following qualifications:

Accounting requires 30 people
S1/S2 Accounting Education
Have a Certificate Register Accountant (Passed PPAk)

Applicants criteria:

  • Indonesian Citizen (WNI)
  • Maximum age of 40 years per January 31, 2012
  • S1/S2 education in Accounting from community college / private accredited "A"
  • GPA as low as 3.00
  • Have work experience in accounting for at least 5 (five) years from the date of graduation at state, national private company or the National Guild scale or Expert Company International / Global / Department of State Institutions / Non-Departmental
  • Have a TOEFL Internet Based Test (IBT) with a score of 80
  • Both behave
  • Physically and mentally healthy
  • Willing to be placed around the working area of ​​the company
  • Pass in each stage of selection.

General requirements cover:

  • S1/S2 diploma which has been legalized
  • Transcripts that have legalized S1/S2
  • Identity Card (KTP) is still valid
  • Certificate of TOEFL Internet Based Test (IBT) with a score of 80
  • Recent color photograph size 4 x 6 cm
  • Certificate of good conduct from the police is still valid
  • Health Certificate from the Doctor
  • Statement Willing in place throughout the company sealed Rp. 6000.00
  • Certificate Register Accountant (Passed PPAk)
  • Curiculum Vitae, to include experience of working up to this time
  • Certificates of expertise / other vocational owned
If you interested please apply at following link:



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