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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Job Vacancies at Lembaga Minyak Sawit Malaysia (MPOB)


Job Vacancies at Lembaga Minyak Sawit Malaysia (MPOB)

Vacancy :
- Clerk (Kerani)

How To Apply?
- Apply online at JobsMalaysia Portal :

* Click "Carian Segera"

Closing Date : 30/01/2015

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Job Vacancy Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad (BIMB) - Closing Date : 31 Oct 2013


Job Vacancy Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad (BIMB)

1. Relationship Manager
2. Product Manager / Senior Manager
3. Automobile Financing Centre Manager
4. Head
5. Assistant General Manager
6. Senior Manager
7. Manager


Closing Date : 31 Oct 2013


Job Vacancy Therapy Assitance (Kuala Terengganu) - Sep 2013

Job Vacancy Therapy Assitance (Kuala Terengganu) - Sep 2013

Therapy assitance (female)
-Kuala Terengganu only
-Minumum SPM
-No need experience
-Salary RM 700 - RM 1000
-Send your resume to email
-Interview will be call as soon as posible.
* Any questions call Zamri 0179810917

Pusat Terapi Zazen Wish
Phone number: 0179810917
Lot 5103, Tingkat 1
Area: Kuala Terengganu
Postcode: 20300

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Job Vacancy at Lembaga Lada Malaysia (MPB) - Closing Date : 28 February 2013

Job Vacancy at Lembaga Lada Malaysia (MPB) - Closing Date : 28 February 2013

1. Penolong Akauntan (W27)
2. Pembantu Tadbir (Perkeranian/Operasi) (N17)




Closing Date : 28 February 2013

Job Vacancy at Perbadanan Memajukan Iktisad Negeri Terengganu (PMINT) - Closing Date : 28 February 2013

Job Vacancy at Perbadanan Memajukan Iktisad Negeri Terengganu (PMINT) - Closing Date : 28 February 2013

1. Pegawai Tadbir Gred N41
2. Pegawai Perancang Bandar Dan Desa Gred J41
3. Pegawai Teknologi Maklumat Gred F41
4. Pegawai Undang-Undang Gred L41




Closing Date : 28 February 2013

Friday, February 1, 2013

Curriculum Vitae (CV) Tips

Content of Curriculum Vitae 
Personal Particulars

  1. Full Name
  2. NRIC Number (old & new)
  3. Nationality
  4. Residential/Mailing Address
  5. Tel. No. (house & office)
  6. Age
  7. Date & Place of Birth
  8. Sex
  9. Marital Status
  10. Health Status
  11. Height & Weight
  12. Language Proficiency
(spoken & written)
Educational Background

  1. Tertiary (years - university/college - degree)
  2. Secondary (years - schools - grade)
  3. Primary (years - school)
Training Experiences
  1. Practical and/or Industrial Training
(duration - company - job description in detail - reference)

  1. Full-time & Part-time Jobs
(only those relevant to this application)

  1. Personal Traits (public relations, creativity, marketing skills, problem-solving, decision-making)
  2. Involvement in Extra Curriculum Activities
  3. Contribution in Social Services
  4. Non Academic Achievements
  5. Hobbies
  6. Talents or Special Interests
  7. Career Ambition
  8. Date Available for Employment 

How To Work Smart?

1. Laughter

Make it a point to share (appropriate) jokes with your colleagues or watch a funny video clip every once in a while, as laughter helps us to ease tension. By having a cheerful environment in the workplace, it enables you to have a great day at work.

2. Clothing

Classy and formal clothes will help to boost the confidence in you. When you look nice and neat, you tend to feel good about yourself and become confident in whatever you are doing, including talking to other people.

3. Think positive

Tell yourself that today is going to be a great day and don’t let anything stop you. Whenever something that you dislike occurs, always try to look at the bright side. For example, “things may get worse if it’s not for this” or “there is always a reason for everything.” You can also give an excuse to yourself - for example, if on the way to work, someone tries to cut into your lane, instead of getting mad, just tell yourself “maybe he is in a rush because his wife is in labour” or “maybe she needs to go to the toilet.”

4. Sleep

“Early to bed, early to rise, makes you healthy, wealthy and wise.” Always make sure you have enough sleep of at least seven to eight hours a day, to help you stay fresh and awake for longer. Not having enough sleep can affect your mood and brain. Thus, we may not function well when we are at work.

5. Exercise

Wake up 30 minutes earlier and do a short exercise before getting ready to go to work. Exercising helps our mind and body get ready for a long day at work as our muscles will start warming up and we are able to release the tension from within us.

6. Planning

Always plan ahead. Prepare your own list one day before the actual day, and list down all the things that you have to complete within the day. This is to prevent you from forgetting any important tasks that you need to do.

7. Time management

When things are not organised, you will tend to get stressed with loads of work. Plan and set a time limit to complete what you need to do at work.

8. Encouraging quotes

Having quotes pasted up on the wall in your workplace can encourage you to have a better day at work. Quotes like, “Very little is needed to make a happy life; it’s all within yourself, in your own way of thinking,” “All is well” or “Life knocks us down but we can choose whether or not to get back up” can really make a difference.

9. Praise yourself

Look in the mirror before you go to work every once in a while. Don’t be shy to praise yourself by telling yourself how good looking you are today or telling yourself that your hair looks wonderful. However, do not over exaggerate and be too proud of yourself, because people do not like individuals who are narcissistic!

10. Breakfast

As the saying goes, “eat breakfast like a king”. Having a healthy breakfast helps to jump start your day as it prepares your body and mind for a busy day at work. Having a nice meal for breakfast can brighten up your day. This is because things that you do and eat first thing in the morning can affect your mood.


Job Vacancies Search Tips

1. Think Positive

All the things you learned in these courses mean something to some employers out there. Think hard, surf the net to see who are in need of your skills. When you get ideas you won't feel so lost. You will begin to see hints of answers to what job suits you.

What if you don’t have a degree? Look at what qualifications you have. Think hard about those. What if you do not have any qualifications? Then think about what quality courses you can take, no matter how short it is, even if it is a certificate course. These will usually build into more skills and knowledge and start opening doors.

What if you have no money? Then, start low. Take an entry-level job to save up money. Tell yourself, this is but a step to finding the answer to what job suits me. The world conspires to help you achieve your dreams only if you are willing to sacrifice. How much commitment do you have in finding the answer to the question of “What job suits me?”

2. Think Interest, Feel The Passion

Grab a job that closest reflects what interests you and your knowledge. Do you like working in an office? If it is an office setting, what industry could it be? List it down and give yourself some criteria that helps you short-list the choices. It can be as simple as distance, size of company, type of industry, reasonable expected salary and so on and so forth.

Interest and passion is what will eventually guide you in your quest for the answer to "what job suits me". It’s tough to start but once you start, the small answers will eventually accumulate into a big answer.

3. Start Somewhere

Ideally, you have a list of criteria, but experience tells me more often than not, that there will still be people who are too lazy to do that. Even after reading this, you are still looking for hints of a short cut. Let me remind you that there are no short cuts to "what job suits me".

What I can say is start somewhere. Shrink your ego and swallow your pride. Get an entry-level job. So what if you have to start at the very bottom? Do it, it may not be what you want but it will give you some sense of self-awareness – what you like and don’t like.

4. Career Building Is A Journey

There is no need to rush. Yes, easier said than done but sometimes what seems to you as fumbling around is actually opportunities presenting itself.

There are lessons to be learned everywhere and everyone we come in contact with can teach us a lesson or two. We just have to be conscious of it and learn from it.

Get into a temporary job that interests you. As you start, you will get to know people and soon one thing will lead to another. You will discover new strengths and interests and the opportunity will present itself. Therein may lie the answer "to what job suits me". Don't be afraid of being slow, worry only when you stop. Always keep walking.

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