Job Vacancy 2009 at Lembaga Kemajuan Perindustrian (MIDA)
Nama Jawatan : Pegawai Khidmat pelanggan (N17)
Syarat-syarat Kekosongan :
i) Warganegara Malaysia
ii) Berumur tidak kurang 18 tahun pada tarikh tutup iklan
iii) Memiliki SPM
iv) Kepujian Bahasa Malaysia dan lulus ujian lisan (SPM)
v) Keutamaan kepada calon yang boleh bertutur Bahasa Inggeris dan menggunakan komputer
Status Kekosongan Jawatan : > 12 bulan
Bilangan Kekosongan Jawatan : 2
Kemudahan : Perubatan
Kelulusan Akademik Yang Diperlukan :
1 – SPM/SPMV/MCE/O-LEVEL ANY
CARA MEMOHON :
Permohonan hendaklah dibuat secara ONLINE di jobsmalaysia.gov.my
Tarikh Tutup Permohonan : 15 Oktober 2009
So if you see these type of ads and headlines as mentioned above, posted on online forums and countless free classifieds, please don’t classify these as real home jobs. They are nothing more than a scam opportunity that will run far away with your money.
A “real” job online is where you work for an online employer or company and are paid a set wage for the specific work performed. Simple concept: you work hard to get the job done, you get paid.
Outlined below are 3 number one tips for a legitimate work at home job search
1) Determine the difference between a home job and a home business. Many people confuse the two. As stated above, a work at home job is where you are hired from an employer and are paid a wage for the job completed. A home business is where you are paid for selling your products and/or services. There are usually fees involved to get a home business up and running.
2) Do you have the required skills for the job you are looking for? For most home jobs you are required to have specific skills. However, some companies will train you on the job and charge no fees for this. In fact for most companies that offer this, you are paid while training. These type of paid training companies are rare, but there are some listed on job boards and message forums. Please read carefully and always do your own research before applying.
3) Do you have to pay any fees to get started? For a legitimate home job, there should not be any start up or registration fees involved. If they are, they are scams. Having said that, there are some normal fees for specific jobs.
For example: For a customer service job, you normally have to purchase a headset. For a transcription job, you will most likely have to purchase a foot pedal. Also for a job that handles security issues, there may be a background check which involves a minimal fee.
With the economy’s current state, more work at home jobs are becoming available today. Brick and mortar employers are looking to decrease overhead costs for their businesses, and thus hiring homeworkers. These home workers are typically labeled as “telecommuters.”