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Tuesday, April 03, 2012
Senarai Iklan Kerja Kerajaan


Agensi Kerajaan & Tarikh Tutup

Tentera Laut DiRaja Malaysia (TLDM) ------ 5/04/2012 hingga 23/05/2012
Kementerian Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri (MITI) ------ 20/04/2012
Majlis Daerah Kubang Pasu, Kedah ------- 17/04/2012
Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri
--------- 15/04/2012
Perbadanan Pengurusan Sisa Pepejal dan Pembersihan Awam
----- 14/04/2012
Maktab Koperasi Malaysia
-------- 13/04/2012
UiTM Terengganu
------- 12/04/2012
Pusat Perubatan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
------ 11/04/2012
Lembaga Lebuhraya Malaysia
------- 10/04/2012
Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam Negeri Perak ------- 09/04/2012
Perbadanan Labuan ------------- 09/04/2012
Lembaga Penduduk dan Pembangunan Keluarga Negara (LPPKN) ----- 09/04/2012
UiTM Sabah --------------- 07/04/2012
Lembaga Kemajuan Perusahaan Pertanian ---- 06/04/2012
Jabatan Kemajuan Orang Asli ------ 06/04/2012





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Tuesday, October 04, 2011
Laman rasmi ; www.achemm.net
Assalamua'alaikum & salam sejahtera

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dan juga sebgai pelajar separuh masa.

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Insya'Allah dgn adanya laman web/domain  achemm sdiri, blog achemm tidak akan mengalami masalah kena block seperti dulu


segala info terkini akan di siarkan di laman tersebut dan insya'Allah aktif seperti dulu



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Thursday, August 18, 2011
Jawatan Kosong di Credit Guarantee Corporation Malaysia Berhad (CGC)




Credit Guarantee Corporation Malaysia
Berhad (CGC) adalah pemberi jaminan yang ditubuhkan yang dimiliki oleh Bank Negara Malaysia. Peranan nilai tambah kami adalah untuk memberi kemudahan jaminan kredit kepada Usahawan Kecil dan Sederhana (PKS) untuk memudahkan akses kepada pembiayaan dari Institusi Kewangan.

Selaras dengan peranan sebagai Enhancer Kredit kepada semua PKS, kami menjemput bakat yang sesuai berwibawa untuk mengisi jawatan-jawatan yang dilampirkan.

KLIK SINI - LIHAT SENARAI JAWATAN

GC menawarkan kemajuan kerjaya dan peluang pembelajaran serta manfaat kakitangan yang kompetitif seperti perumahan / kereta / komputer / kemudahan pinjaman peribadi, perlindungan perubatan dan pergigian untuk diri dan ahli keluarga dan ganjaran berasaskan prestasi menarik.

Pemohon yang berminat dikehendaki untuk menghantar borang permohonan yang lengkap bersama-sama dengan resume, dengan menyatakan gaji semasa dan dijangka bersama-sama dengan gambar berukuran pasport dan nombor telefon kepada:

recruitment@cgc.com.my

ATAU

OR

HUMAN CAPITAL DEPARTMENT
CREDIT GUARANTEE CORPORATION MALAYSIA BERHAD
Level 13, Bangunan CGC, Kelana Business Centre,
97, Jalan SS 7/2, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

All applications will be treated in strict confidence. Only short-listed candidates will be notified


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Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Artikel ; Fasih bahasa Inggeris bukan jaminan dapat kerja
BAHASA KOMUNIKASI...kepentingan bahasa sebagai medium komunikasi Melayu memang tidak dapat dinafikan.
BAHASA KOMUNIKASI...kepentingan bahasa sebagai medium komunikasi Melayu memang tidak dapat dinafikan.

ANTARA isu hangat masih terus diperkatakan ialah keupayaan pelajar me�nguasai bahasa Inggeris yang dianggap berada di takuk lama dan tidak memberangsangkan.

Kegagalan menguasai bahasa itu dianggap bukan saja merencatkan masa depan, malah meletakkan mereka dalam kelompok kelas kedua yang bakal ketinggalan dalam persaingan dunia global.

Tidak mahu terus dibelenggu kecaman, pelbagai usaha dilakukan semata-mata mahu memastikan golongan terbabit berjaya menguasai bahasa antarabangsa itu biarpun secara asasnya, penguasaan bahasa Inggeris yang baik bukan jaminan total memperoleh pekerjaan.

Bagaimanapun, di tengah kerancakan itu, masyarakat seolah-olah terlupa kepenti�ngan menguasai bahasa Melayu yang turut sama berperanan dalam pembangunan akademik, sahsiah serta profesionalisme bangsa.


Meskipun mendapat pengiktirafan dunia, hakikatnya masih ramai malu mahu menuturkannya dengan alasan ‘takut jatuh standard’ sehingga bahasa itu seolah-olah menjadi asing di kalangan masyarakat.



Persoalannya, apakah bahasa Melayu tidak berperanan besar membantu pelajar memasarkan diri dalam arena pekerjaan, sekali gus gagal menawan hati majikan?

Atau sebenarnya, pelajar sendiri malu menutur dan memartabatkannya hingga ia menjadi ‘bahasa diskriminasi’ serta dianggap bahasa kelas bawahan bagi mereka yang mampu menguasai bahasa Inggeris dengan baik?

Ketua Jabatan Bahasa dan Kesusasteraan Melayu Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI), Prof Madya Datuk Paduka Dr Mohd Rosli Saludin berkata, tanggapan mengaitkan bahasa Melayu sebagai bahasa picisan lahir daripada ketaksuban mengagungkan bahasa asing.

Beliau berkata, keadaan bertambah kritikal apabila wujud tanggapan dangkal mengenai kepentingan bahasa Inggeris di pasaran semasa hingga meng�akibatkan kelestarian bahasa Melayu sebagai bahasa ibunda semakin terpinggir.

“Hakikatnya, fungsi bahasa bukan saja mencerminkan perpaduan atau konsep jati diri secara individu, malah mengimbangi semua keperluan semasa. Ia medium interaksi menyampaikan maksud dan melaksanakan tanggungjawab.

“Peranan bahasa sama ada Melayu atau Inggeris bukan fokus utama namun bertukar menjadi kepentingan apabila dipraktikkan dalam sudut tertentu hingga akhirnya menjejaskan fungsi bahasa lain.

“Keperluan dan kehendak persekitaran menjadikan bahasa Inggeris lebih mendominasi kerana masyarakat sendiri mengiktirafnya sebagai bahasa global hingga meneng�gelamkan bahasa lain termasuk bahasa Melayu,” katanya.

Tidak menolak kepentingan menguasai bahasa Inggeris sebagai bahasa komunikasi dunia, namun meminggirkan bahasa Melayu dalam konteks pendidikan atau sebagai
bahasa picisan tidak boleh dilakukan terutama di kalangan warga berpendidikan institusi pengajian tinggi.

Menurutnya, ia bukan saja menimbulkan ketaksuban terhadap bahasa luar, malah memecah-belahkan pelajar kepada dua kelompok iaitu mereka yang fasih dianggap terbaik manakala tidak sebagai golongan bertaraf kelas kedua.

“Ini sekali gus mewujudkan jurang dan ketidakadilan dalam penilaian pelajar. Bayangkan, hanya kerana tidak fasih berbahasa Inggeris, mereka dianggap tidak layak atau kurang berkemampuan.

“Walaupun diakui, pelajar yang fasih berbahasa Inggeris lebih menonjol, tiada siapa dapat memberi jaminan mereka boleh melaksanakan tanggung�jawab dengan baik.

“Ini bukan prejudis namun sebagai contoh perbandingan, bahasa tidak boleh dijadikan penilaian untuk memberi kredit kepada pelajar,” katanya meng�akui pelajar yang cemerlang menguasai bahasa Melayu boleh melakukannya untuk bahasa Inggeris namun belum tentu sebaliknya.

“Bahasa Melayu sangat kompleks kerana mempunyai banyak keindahan bahasa yang tersembunyi, berbentuk kiasan, puitis dan indah. Berbanding bahasa Inggeris, ia lebih mudah dan tidak memerlukan penghayatan mendalam.

“Pelajar yang boleh menguasai bahasa Melayu, selalunya boleh menguasai bahasa Inggeris namun keadaan menjadi sukar sebaliknya,” katanya.

Tambah memburukkan keadaan, keengganan sebahagian majikan yang terlalu mementingkan kefasihan bahasa asing menyebabkan pelajar terpaksa berhempas-pulas mempelajari bahasa lain sehingga menyebabkan bahasa Melayu terpinggir.

“Bayangkan ada majikan langsung tidak memandang keperluan bahasa Melayu sewaktu menemu duga calon.

“Kita faham, bidang kerjaya memang mementingkan bahasa Inggeris, namun biarlah berpada dan mengikut kesesuaian.

“Apa salahnya menggunakan bahasa Melayu, adakah jatuh standard atau lekeh?

“Seharusnya bahasa Melayu mendapat tempat utama dan istimewa di kalangan semua dan perlu dimartabatkan tanpa mengira bangsa, latar belakang dan sebagainya,” katanya.

Beliau juga menafikan bahasa Melayu tidak boleh memberi impak hebat seperti bahasa lain kerana masyarakat antarabangsa sudah berlumba-lumba mempelajarinya.

“Jika bangsa luar menyokong, mengapa tidak kita sedangkan ia sudah dimartabatkan sebagai bahasa dunia,” katanya.

Sumber ; Harian Metro


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Thursday, July 14, 2011
10 Companies with the Toughest Interview Questions

Some companies ask candidates to describe their strengths and weaknesses during a job interview, while others like global consulting firm Bain & Company, ask applicants to figure out how many ping pong balls can fit into the overhead compartment of a 747 plane.

In recent years, tech companies like Google have developed a reputation for conducting tough interviews, but according to a recent survey by Glassdoor.com, a job search engine, it's really consulting groups like Bain & Company that ask candidates the most difficult questions.

Glassdoor analyzed employee reviews for dozens of companies on its site to pinpoint the organizations with the most daunting interviews and found consulting firms dominated the very top of the list, while Google ranked down at No. 21, just behind fellow tech giants eBay and Amazon.

So what is it that makes interviewing at a consulting company so difficult?

"With consulting companies, the questions aren't just about your resume. It's also situational problems that job candidates have to reason through to find a solution," said Samantha Zupan, a spokesperson for Glassdoor. "And we all know it's really stressful to have to go deep into those questions and try to shine while coming up with an answer."

Just because these companies have tough interviews doesn't make them bad places to work. In fact, just the opposite seems to be true. Glassdoor's reviews found that employees were generally satisfied with most of the companies on this list, despite the difficult interview process. As Zupan points out, these tough interview questions arguably help companies find the most suitable workers, and help workers determine if the company is right for them so that both are more satisfied in the long run.

Here are the 10 companies with the hardest interview questions, ranked on a scale of one to five, with five being the hardest, along with some sample questions from each company, as provided to Glassdoor by their employees. Start preparing for the interview now.


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BP

BP may be infamous for other reasons, but it turns out the oil company is also notorious for its job interviews.

Interview Difficulty Rating: 3.5

"How many volts does it take to power an offshore rig?" -- For an engineering internship.

"If you had to change a tire how would you do it?" -- For a mechanical engineering position.

Red Ventures

This South Carolina-based marketing group boasts that it has been called the next Google, but in reality, the company has surpassed Google, at least in terms of the interview process. However, unlike some of the other companies on this list, its questions often veer toward the eccentric rather than problem solving.

Interview Difficulty Rating: 3.5

"If you were an animal, what animal would you be?" -- For a regional account representative.

"Tell me a joke." -- For a sales agent.

A.T. Kearney

A.T. Kearney is the first of several consulting firms to make the list, and focuses mainly on working with companies to be more socially responsible, perhaps most notably by improving their environmental sustainability.

Interview Difficulty Rating: 3.5

"What companies in the Polish energy sector do you know?" -- For a business analyst position.

"How big is the market size for wheelchairs in Shanghai?" -- For a business analyst position.

Teach for America

Teach for America is known for being one of the most challenging -- though rewarding -- experiences a young adult can undertake, training recent college graduates to teach in low-income public schools around the country. Given the stress that comes with the job, it should come as little surprise that the organization would have a particularly difficult interview process to weed out applicants.

Interview Difficulty Rating: 3.5

"You want to take the third graders on a field trip to the zoo, but there is no extra funding to do so. You must ask the principal to reconsider and allow your students to go on the field trip. Explain how you would persuade the principal." -- For a teaching position.

"Can you think of anything that might make you leave TFA earlier than your two-year commitment?" -- For a teaching position.

Palantir Technologies

One of the few technology companies to rank near the top of the list, Palantir specializes in putting out software to help governments and financial organizations analyze data.

Interview Difficulty Rating: 3.5

"You have a 10x10x10 rubix cube. You paint the outside. How many cubes have paint on them?" -- For an embedded analyst position.

"You are outside a room. Inside the room there are two light bulbs. One light bulb is on all the time, the other light bulb only turns on when you open the door. How do you determine which light bulb is on all the time?" -- For an engineering position.

Boston Consulting

This Boston-based consulting group often ranks as one of the best companies to work for, and indeed, Glassdoor's data show high levels of employee satisfaction here, with the average worker giving the company a four rating overall. Still, the interview questions range from quirky to brain busters and will likely make candidates sweat in their seats.

Interview Difficulty Rating: 3.6

"Estimate the market size of IVF treatment in Sweden." -- For a management consulting position.

"Why do you like singing?" -- For a consulting associate.


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Bain & Company

As we mentioned in the beginning, this is one consulting group that really knows how to ask a hard question.

Interview Difficulty Rating: 3.6

"Help me estimate how many car dealerships there are in the United States." -- For a consultant position.

"What is the revenue of an inner city Sydney gym?" -- For an associate consultant position.

Cree

Cree produces LED light fixtures and bulbs and is the only other tech company to rank high on Glassdoor's list. Its questions are particularly fascinating.

Interview Difficulty Rating: 3.7

"How is the pothole formed?" -- For a science position.

"How many barbers would you need in a city of 1 million?" -- For a process engineer.

Jane Street Capital

It's not just consulting groups and tech companies that pose difficult questions. Jane Street Capital, a trading firm with offices in New York, London and Hong Kong, knows how to grill job candidates better than most. Its questions of choice focus on math skills.

Interview Difficulty Rating: 3.7

"What's 26 times 27?" -- For a capital trader position.

"What is the expected number of flips of a coin to simulate a six-sided die?" -- For a capital assistant trader position.

McKinsey & Company

Of all the major companies, none poses a more challenging interview than McKinsey & Company, a global consulting group that helps big businesses manage customers, developer marketing strategies and handle mergers and acquisitions. Since employees at this company play such a crucial role advising other businesses, it stands to reason that they need to be highly qualified, hence the tough questions.

Interview Difficulty Rating: 3.9

"A Canadian beer manufacturer notices that when they increase the price of beer, other drinks' consumption goes up. How will you predict the change in quantity bought based on change in price?" -- For an analytics specialist.

"A mom-and-pop music shop wants to grow with stiff competition. How should they go about it? Calculate customer lifetime value." -- For a marketing professional.

This article is part of a series related to being Financially Fit



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Wednesday, July 06, 2011
Jawatan Kosong di Telekom Malaysia (TM)

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Wednesday, May 25, 2011
News@achemm : Makluman Pembekuan Jawatan Kosong di Sektor Kerajaan




Pembekuan Pengambilan/ Pengisian Jawatan Dan Pemansuhan Jawatan Kosong Di Semua Kementerian Dan Jabatan Persekutuan, Pejabat Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri, Badan Berkanun Persekutuan Dan Badan Berkanun Negeri

Muat Turun Surat Edaran: JPA.BPO(S) 71/3/4-2 Jld. 3(17)

Dimaklumkan mesyurat yg dipengerusikan oleh PM pada 6 Mei 2011 telah bersetuju supaya semua jawatan kosong di mansuhkan berkuat kuasa pada 1 Jun 2011

Walau/p jawatan2 naik pangkat & jawatan dlm proses lantikan di kecualikan.

Pihak berkuasa Melantik diminta memastikan urusan pengambilan baru dibekukan berkuat kuasa mulai tarikh surat ini ( 20 Mei 2011) dikeluarkan sehingga 31 Ogos 2011.

untuk detail boleh lah download surat edaran di atas



p/s: achemm akan membantu sedaya mungkin utk membantu sahabat2 semua utk cari info jawatan kosong tkini 

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