Multi Discipline Contractor - seeking for qualified professional Engineers and Managers  

Balfour Beatty Sakti Indonesia is an Indonesian multi discipline contractor with the experience and resources to provide the best possible services in many diversified fields of engineering and construction.

We are seeking for qualified professional Engineers and Managers to assist the future growth of the company.

1. Planning Engineer For Building Division
Requirements:

  • Applicants should be Civil Engineering graduates (S1) from reputable university (local or overseas)
  • With minimum of 5 years of experience in the field of: High Rise Building, and Overhead Transmission Line
  • Possess the ability to work with strong motivational and leadership skills
  • Willing to be allocated at project sites anywhere within Indonesia

2. Project Engineer For Building Division
Requirements:

  • Applicants should be Civil Engineering or Architect graduates (S1) from reputable university (local or overseas)
  • With minimum of 5 years of experience in the field of: High Rise Building, and Overhead Transmission Line
  • Possess the ability to work with strong motivational and leadership skills
  • Willing to be allocated at project sites anywhere within Indonesia

3. Material Control Engineer For Power Division (OHTL)
Requirements:
  • Applicants should be Civil Engineering graduates (S1) from reputable university (local or overseas)
  • With minimum of 5 years of experience in the field of: High Rise Building, and Overhead Transmission Line
  • Possess the ability to work with strong motivational and leadership skills
  • Good knowledge of Steel Fabrication
  • Willing to be allocated at project sites anywhere within Indonesia

4. Drafter For Building Division
Requirements:
  • Applicants should be Civil or Mechanical Engineering graduates (S1) from reputable university (local or overseas)
  • With minimum of 5 years of experience in the field of: High Rise Building, and Overhead Transmission Line
  • Possess the ability to work with strong motivational and leadership skills
  • Willing to be allocated at project sites anywhere within Indonesia
  • Familiar with AutoCAD

5. Project Manager For Power Division (OHTL)
Requirements:
  • Applicants should be Civil Engineering graduates (S1) from reputable university (local or overseas)
  • With minimum of 7 years of experience in the field of: High Rise Building, and Overhead Transmission Line
  • Possess the ability to work with strong motivational and leadership skills
  • Willing to be allocated at project sites anywhere within Indonesia

PT Balfour Beatty Sakti Indonesia
Jl. RC Veteran No.4 Bintaro
Jakarta 12330
WebSite: http://www.bbsi.co.id

Dateline: September 13, 2007

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DesignStream Indonesia - Business Intelligence Consultant (Hyperion)  

DesignStream Indonesia is currently seeking for highly motivated and potential candidate to take fill in the challenging position as:

Business Intelligence Consultant (Hyperion)

Requirements:

  1. Accredited degree in Information Technology
  2. Experience with relational databases such as MS SQL Server and Oracle
  3. Experience administering Windows Servers, Unix, or Linux
  4. Solid IT skills in java server installation, hardware configuration, and security
  5. Willing to travel and work anywhere in SE Asia
  6. Project management skills
  7. Very fluent in English
  8. Professional communication skills
  9. Initiative to learn on your own
  10. Able to work independently

Preferred skills:
  1. Prior experience in software consulting
  2. Prior experience with Hyperion Products or other BI software
  3. Experience administering web servers such as WebLogic, Oracle, or Web Sphere
  4. Programming skills in either C++, SQL, JAVA, or visual basic
  5. Background or exposure in IT finance and financial terms
  6. Experience in training

Job description:

The consultant’s daily responsibilities can change considerably depending on what services are required. The software consultant is expected to be a resource of product knowledge. Most of a consultant’s time is spent at various customer sites doing everything from complicated application design, installations, or project management. Long term projects may include defining customer requirements, design, implementation, testing, and support. When not on-site, the consultant may support other consultants in the field, teach classes, or provide telephone support to customers.

Your primary responsibility will be to design and support Hyperion System 9 products. Ideally, you will have prior Hyperion product experience and/or a strong aptitude to learn multidimensional databases, finance applications, and Business Intelligence applications. Strong project management and accountability skills are essential.

Please review the following products at http://www.hyperion.com/. DesignStream is seeking consultants who will support these products.

Application:
Interested applicants, please submit your cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to jobs@designstream.com.sg. Applicants must currently reside in Singapore, Indonesia, or Malaysia.

Dateline: September 9, 2007

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A Resume that Works (from Susan Ireland)  

If your resume has been circulating in the job market for more than a month and you haven't gotten requests for job interviews, the problem could be your resume. Here's a quick quiz to identify if your resume needs to be improved to produce results:

  1. Is your resume a generic, one-size-fits-all document that focuses on your past?
  2. Is your resume composed of job descriptions instead of achievement statements?
  3. Have you used a resume format that highlights your weaknesses and downplays your strengths?
  4. Are there any red flags (such as employment gaps, age discrimination, job hopping, or appearing overqualified) in your resume that would make an employer think twice about inviting you to an interview?

If you answered Yes to even one of these questions, read on to learn how you can remedy your resume problem.

Hit the Target
A targeted resume can get you considered by a hiring manager or search committee, while a general resume is apt to get lost in the pile of competing resumes. The key concept in writing a winning resume is to keep the focus on your job objective, which means you may need to tailor your resume each time you apply for a different job. Don't groan… revising your resume isn't that much work, and it's well worth your energy when you consider how much more effective your document will be in today's tough job market.

Triple the Value
Think of your resume as a piece of high-end real estate where every pixel counts. You can triple the value of your real estate by stating your experience as achievements instead of boring job descriptions. Here's how: In the one or two lines it would take to describe a task you performed, you can talk about an accomplishment that resulted when you performed that task. For example, contract negotiator Pearl Hancock wrote on her resume: "Successfully met strategic licensing agreements within timeframe and budget" instead of a job description such as "Oversaw completion of strategic licensing agreements."

A job description says only what you did. An achievement statement says 1) what you did; 2) that you're good at performing that task; and 3) that you're proud of the skills you used and enjoy using them. That's triple the value for the same experience.

To figure out what achievements are appropriate for your resume, ask yourself the following questions:

  • How does my potential employer define success for the job I'm applying for? How do I measure up?
    Example: Juanita Garcia knows that as a real estate appraiser, her success will be determined partially by how well she understands state real estate law. To assure the employer that she excels at this, she wrote this achievement statement: "Developed a five-page guide on state appraising regulations, which became a standard reference at Carlson Real Estate."
  • What project am I proud of that demonstrates I have the skills for my job objective?
    Example: When Louis Pulski was looking for a research position, he found a job posting that required candidates to be "Skilled at providing accurate and prompt reference service through print and online services." To address this requirement, Louis wrote the following achievement statement: "Performed timely, in-depth searches for print and online information at the request of faculty, students, and the general public."
  • What is my prospective employer's bottom line (for example: money, attendance, retention, clean data), and when have I shown that I know how to address that bottom line?
    Example: Salesman Paul Crome knows that his prospective employer's bottom line is money. Therefore, he created strong achievement statements such as "Generated over $1 million in new business annually."
  • What technical or management skills do I have that indicate the level at which I perform?
    Example: Knowing that the employer wants a candidate with basic computer skills, Sheila Fromer exceeded the requirement by writing: "Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook; Netscape and Internet Explorer; SPSS for Windows, basic HTML coding." Is there any doubt that Sheila's a whiz on the computer?
  • What problem did I solve, how did I solve it, and what were the results?Example: On his resume, lawyer Chris Pathens referred to a problem he solved: "Drafted legal notices necessary to merge operations without jeopardizing company's multimillion-dollar distribution."

Format Does Matter
Chronological? Functional? What difference does it make which format you use for your resume? It's all about timing. With the right format, you can grab an employer's interest during his or her initial eight-second scan of your resume.

An employer gives only about eight seconds to a resume in the initial scan. During those few seconds he or she wants to see 1) who the job seeker is; 2) what the job seeker wants; and 3) why the job seeker should get an interview. If the employer can't grasp that information in a quick scan, he or she is apt to set the resume aside or, even worse, discard it.

The right resume format (either chronological or functional) organizes your information so that it passes an employer's eight-second test. So which format should you use? It depends on what type of career transition you're making. Here are guidelines for when to use each format.

Chronological Format
The most traditional format is the chronological resume. This format highlights your dates, places of employment, and job titles, presenting them as headings under which your accomplishments are written.

The chronological format can be most effective when:

  • You wish to remain in the same field or industry.
  • Your work history shows lateral or vertical career growth or an increase in job responsibility, making your job objective the next obvious step in your career path.
  • Your current or most recent position is one you are proud of and enjoy.
  • There are no gaps in your employment history.

The Functional Resume
The functional resume presents your work experience under skill headings, which gives you the freedom to prioritize your achievements by their relevance and impact rather than by chronology. The dates, names of employers, and job titles in your work history are listed concisely in a separate section, usually at the bottom of your resume.

The functional format can be most effective when:

  • You are changing to a new career.
  • You are preparing to re-enter the job market.
  • You need to focus on experience or skills from an earlier time in your work history.
  • Your unpaid or volunteer work is more relevant to your objective and should therefore be highlighted.
  • Your most recently held position is not impressive.
  • Your job titles do not accurately describe the level of responsibility you held.

Red Flags
Most employers don't like to take hiring risks, especially in today's litigious society where employment laws are loosely interpreted. Any one of the following red flags on a resume spells "risk" for an employer and could cause him or her to toss a resume:

  • Gaps in employment
  • Dates that trigger age discrimination
  • Job hopping
  • Appearing overqualified

The solutions to these problems vary, depending on the situation. Here are some suggestions for resolving your red flag.

Gaps in Employment
All employment gaps must be filled so as not to make the prospective employer wonder if you had or have a serious problem such as substance abuse, incarceration, chronic illness, or just plain laziness. In the Work History section of your resume, explain any employment gaps by inserting a "job title" (full-time parent, volunteer, student, independent study, travel abroad) that is relevant to your job objective, or at least says something positive about your character. For example, aspiring receptionist Sophia Ricardo was unemployed for 15 years while she raised a family. In her Work History section, she listed the relevant volunteer positions she held during that time.

Dates that Trigger Age Discrimination
Here's a great way to understand how the dates on your resume create an impression of your age. It's called the EPT formula (Experience Plus Twenty): Subtract the earliest work history date on your resume from today's date (years only, not months). Add that number of years to 20 (used as a ballpark figure for how old you probably were when you started working) to get a total of "x," meaning that you are at least x years old. For example, a resume written in 2004 with a work history that starts in 1990 tells the reader that the job seeker is at least 34 years old (14 years of experience + 20 = 34).

A well-crafted resume uses dates to lead the employer to deduce that you are within the ideal age range for the position you are seeking, regardless of your actual age. For example, Lillian Smith is older than the "ideal" candidate the employer is hoping to hire for an administrative assistant position. Knowing that, she did not put dates next to her degrees under Education and she went back only 15 years in her Work History, indicating that she is at least 35 years old, an age she believes the employer will deem appropriate.

Job Hopping
On average, workers change jobs once every two to three years. In many industries, employers find this rate of job change acceptable. Less than two years between jobs raises the question, "If I hire this person, how quickly will he leave me for his next opportunity?"

If you have short terms of employment in your history, here are some ways to put a prospective employer's mind at ease. One or more of these suggestions might work for you:

  • Use a functional format. This format takes the spotlight off your Work History section by placing it at the bottom of the resume, thereby shining the light on the skill headings in the body of the resume.
  • Present similar short-term jobs under one job title, such as:
    Information Analyst assignments: XYZ Inc., ABC Corp., and JFK Co., 2002-2004

This technique works in both the chronological and functional formats.

  • If you're a new grad, include wording such as "concurrent with education" in the heading of your Employment section. This technique may be used in either a chronological or functional format.
  • If you worked as a temp, state the employment agency as your employer, or call yourself a contractor and create a list of selected companies where you worked. For example:
    Information Analyst, ABC Temp Agency, 2001-2003
    or Information Analyst Contractor, 2001-2003
    Selected clients: DEF Corp., HIJ Inc., and KLM Co.

Overqualified
If you're worried that something on your resume might make you look overqualified for your job objective, consider placing that information in an inconspicuous place on your resume, or leave it off completely. For instance, if you're applying for an entry-level job as a pastry chef, you might not put your Ph.D. in Chemistry on your resume for fear that the employer would assume you want too much salary or would become bored in an entry-level position.

The Wrap-Up
Now that you've targeted your resume for your job objective, filled it with achievement statements, and resolved any red flags that might have caused a hiring manager to toss your resume, you're ready to give your document the ultimate test: sending it to an employer. If you're snail-mailing your hardcopy resume, take the following steps:

  1. Put your resume and cover letter in a 9x11 envelope. Sending it flat in a large envelope will allow it to arrive without creases that sometimes crack the print.
  2. Don't staple your documents-you can paper-clip them together if you wish. Unstapled sheets are easy for the recipient to slip into a copy machine.
  3. Neatly hand-address the envelope or create a sticky label for the envelope.

Drop your packet in the mailbox, go home, and put your feet up-you've done a great job and deserve a rest! Your next step is to plan what you'll wear to your job interview.

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Jobs Esco  

Founded in 1978, Esco is a rapidly-growing leader in controlled environment laboratory equipment solutions. Esco manages an international sales and marketing organization through offices in 8 countries and distributors in 100 nations. Our customers are the world leading life science, biomedical and pharmaceutical research institutions, including Harvard, Pfizer, Glaxo Smith Kline (GSK) and Stanford.

1. Trainer
Requirements:

  • Diploma III/University Degree in any related discipline
  • Familiar with 5S, ISO 9001 & 14001, Kaizen, JIT, 6 Sigma and Toyota System
  • Good teamwork and able to work under pressure
  • Computer proficiency (MS Office)
  • Good command in written/ spoken English
  • Willing to relocate to Bintan Island

2. Facilities Engineer - Power Engineering
Requirements:

  • Hold Degree in Power Engineering
  • Having experience in facilities maintenance in a manufacturing plant
  • Familiar with electrical layout, construction drawing and single line drawing
  • Computer proficiency (MS Office)
  • Good command in written/ spoken English
  • Willing to relocate to Bintan Island

3. Mechanical Design Engineer
Requirements:
  • Mechanical Engineering Graduates
  • Must have more than 3 years in Design Engineering.
  • Having experience in working in Japanese MNCs is an advantage.
  • Familiar with 3D modeling software such as Vertex.
  • Good command in written and spoken English
  • Ability to speak and write any of the other following languages is a good advantage: Japanese, Chinese (Putonghua)
  • Highly self motivated, strong initiative, and effective communicative person.
  • Past experience in project, design and/or manufacture of the following industry is an advantage: Refrigeration system, Energy conversion, Sheet Metal Processing Industry
  • Willing to relocate to Bintan Island

PT Esco Bintan Indonesia
Jalan Aster SD 21-25 Bintan Industrial Estate
Lobam, Bintan, Kepulauan Riau Indonesia 29154
Website : http://www.escoindonesia.com
Email : jobs@escoindonesia.com

Dateline: September 18, 2007

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Process Engineering Jobs PT Trimitra Chitrahasta  

PT Trimitra Chitrahasta, looking for:

1. Process Engineering Manager

Requirements:

  • Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineer from reputable university
  • Having min 5 years experience in similar position in otomotif component manufacturing
  • Fluently in english both oral and written
  • Male, age group 35 ~ 40 years old
  • Hard working
  • Domicilied in Cikarang - Bekasi will be prioritized

2. Process Engineering Staff

Requirements:

  • Min Diploma ( D-3) in Mechanical Engineer from reputable university
  • Having minimum 2 years experience in similar company
  • English pasif
  • Age group 23 ~ 30 years old
  • Male / Female and hard working
  • Domicilied in Cikarang - Bekasi will be prioritized

Please send your application letter, CV & photograph to: harsono@pttrimitra.com

PT Trimitra Chitrahasta
Jl. Jababeka VI Blok J6N Jababeka
Cikarang Bekasi 17530

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Writing Job Application Letters  

The job application letter's sole purpose is to get the recipient to read your CV. It should be clear, concise and straight to the point. Here you are simply telling the employer that you are worth having a look at.

The application letter should be brief, no more than one page in length. It should be easy to read and flow through. It should include only the absolute necessary information. Like most other things, there is a formula that works extremely well for preparing job application letters. Following we discuss each paragraph and give you some guidelines.

Addressing job application letters:
The style you choose is not important, there are many different styles of job applications and professional letters, this comes down to personal preference. However somewhere on the top, whether it is on the right or left hand sides, there should be your address and the date. Following this, on the left hand side you should address it. Ensure you include the name of the person, their title, company name, address and any position reference number. This is probably obvious, but ensure that you spell their name correctly, nothing worse than receiving a letter incorrectly addressed or misspelled. It gives a poor first impression.

The Introductory Paragraph:
The first paragraph should simply state why you are writing to them. If it is an advertised position, mention the position title and where it was advertised. If you are "cold calling" a company then you should specify that you are applying for any current or future employment opportunities.

An easy way to start this paragraph is with the following statement: " Please find enclosed my CV, which I am forwarding to you as an application for the position of......."

The main body of job application letters:
The main body of the letter should be two to three paragraphs at the most. Here is where you tell them what you have to offer and why they should read your CV. This is a good time to read the job advertisement again. In one paragraph (two at the most) you need to summarise your experience and skills, at the same time, you need to respond to the position requirements as per the advertisement.

Analyse your career and summarise it in a few sentences, highlight what you specialise in, or how many years in the industry you might have, or even the level that you have reached. This paragraph should direct the reader to your CV and should sell you on some unique points that you might have.

A good way to start this paragraph is with a statement like this: "You will see from my enclosed CV...." then go ahead and tell them something about your career which will immediately get their interest.

The next part of the body of the letter should be a brief description of your personal skills. Again read the advertisement and respond to their needs. If they are asking for someone with good co-ordination skills, then ensure you mention something to that effect. If it is communication or perhaps leadership skills they value, then tell them that you have these. Use adjectives like "demonstrated ability", "well developed", "strong".

Job Application Letters Closing Paragraph:
The closing paragraph should ask for some action from the recipient. This is where you ask for an interview. It should also state where and how they can reach you, and it should thank the recipient for giving you the opportunity to apply. You can include things like "should you require further information....." .

Finish the letter by adding a closing remark, either "yours sincerely", "yours faithfully' or whatever you feel comfortable with and obeying general letter writing etiquette. Leave a few spaces for your signature and then place your full name.

Before you mail the application letter, read it over again, making sure that it is perfect. Special attention should be placed to ensure the letter:

  • It is not too long.
  • There are no grammar or spelling errors.
  • That you have answered the job requirements.
  • The application letter flows and is easy to read.

You might have to type and edit the letter many times before you are happy with it, but just remember that the job application letter is just as important as the CV itself. The letter should invite the recipient to read the resume, in turn the resume should raise enough interest for them to want to interview you. The Interview is where you will demonstrate your skills and abilities.

source: engineers-international.com

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Information and Communication Technology Consultant  

PT Suria Solusi Indonesia are a PMA company, present in Indonesia as an Authorized Advanced Partner from Ericsson (the only one in Indonesia), to sell and maintain Enterprise solution in Indonesia Market, and as an Authorized distributor for Samsung Video Security System (the only one in Indonesia), looking for a dynamic new talent to joint our company in the following role:

Information and Communication Technology Consultant (Code : ICT)

Responsibilities:

  • The main responsibilities as pre-sales team to support the sales team
  • As a consultant especially in Information and Communication Technology
  • Designing the solution proposal and presenting the solution to the end user
  • Clarifying the integration between different communication platforms
  • Introduce the technologies and services/solutions to new prospective customers


Requirements:
  • Male/Female
  • Maximum age 28 years old
  • Bachelor Degree in Electrical or Telecommunication or Information Technology with a Grade Point Average of minimum 2.75 scale 4.00
  • Having 2 (two) year working experience, Fresh Graduates with GPA > 3.0 are encourages to apply
  • Communication skills, both verbally and written
  • Fluent in English Oral and Written
  • Willing to travel to customer sites all over Indonesia
  • Under pressure and able to handle multi tasking and manage variety of works/ services.
  • Independent, self motivated, dynamic and confident
  • Good knowledge in telecommunication system, specially in IP PBX, IP telephony, Wireless, and Call Center
  • Good knowledge in Data infrastructure (LAN / WAN), Cisco Certified will be an advantage.
  • Have experiences as a pre-sales, especially in designing telecommunication and IT solutions will be an advantage
  • Good Knowledge in designing Video Security System

Please send your application letter together with your CV and a recent photograph and clearly state the code position that you apply on the top left of the envelope or as subject of you email, to this address:

PT SURIA SOLUSI INDONESIA
Gd. Bina Mulia 3
Jl. HR. Rasuna Said Kav. 03/04
Jakarta 12940
Or
E-mail : dewi@suria.co.id


Dateline: August 28, 2007

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Cover Letter Strategies  

Cover Letter Strategies
Use six strategies recommended by a career expert to improve the effectiveness of your resume cover letters.
Cover Letter Strategies

by Kevin Donlin

In a nutshell, your cover letter should say, "I'm the right person for the job. I have unique skills and experience that will help your company right away. I hope you're as excited about this as I am." The accompanying resume should then prove your case.

Put another way, the cover letter is the advertisement for your resume.

To get your resume read, and to get that job interview, your cover letter must do the following six things.

  1. Focus on the needs of employers and how you would solve their problems. Employers have problems. That's why they're hiring! Your cover letter should say (although not in so many words): "I'm the answer to your problems."
  2. Display knowledge of the company. With the glut of information available on the Internet and most public libraries, you should be able to drop one or two facts/names into your cover letter to show you've done your homework on the company and its products, needs, challenges, etc. If you offer well-researched suggestions that will work right away for a company, they WILL call you.
  3. Briefly state your best qualifications AND achievements. Don't spend a lot of time rehashing your resume. But do include enough tidbits to generate interest in the mind of the reader.
  4. Show your enthusiasm about the job. Avoid sounding like 90% of applicants, who say (not in so many words): "Give me a job where I can advance and make more money." Instead, convey this: "I'm excited about the possibility of bringing my skills to work for you."
  5. State that you will follow up to schedule an interview. If you politely inform the reader that you'll be calling within a few days to answer any questions and schedule an in-person interview, you set yourself apart from the crowd with your determination and confidence.
  6. Keep your letter short and focused. Most letters ramble on in excruciating detail for one or even two full pages. Show respect for the limited time your reader has and limit yourself to four, five or six paragraphs at most.

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10 Basic Principles of Writing Cover Letter  

10 Basic principles of writing cover letter:

  1. Take the time to research each employer's organization and personalize each letter. Indicating that you know something about the company shows that you are careful and interested in the employer. This approach is much more effective than sending out hundreds of identical form letters.
  2. Highlight one or two of your most significant accomplishments or abilities to show you are an above average candidate. Selecting only one or two special attributes helps your chances of being remembered. Be brief; demonstrate that you understand the value of the reader's time.
  3. Use a polite, formal style that strikes a balance between confidence in yourself and respect for the employer. Be clear, objective, and persuasive rather than simply describing your background.
  4. Be positive in tone, content, and expectations. Do not add details about yourself, your past experience, or your preparation that may call attention to your weaknesses or raise questions about your confidence or ability to do the job.


  5. Use active voice and powerful action verbs in your writing to hold the reader's interest and convey a sense of energy.
  6. Group similar items together in a paragraph; then organize paragraphs so that they relate to each other logically. Avoid writing that lumps together unrelated information without a strong topic sentence to tie the information together. Remember it is your responsibility to organize the information for the reader.
  7. Always back up general statements with specific facts or examples. Documentation creates credibility and reduces uncertainty and abstraction for the reader.
  8. Avoid jargon and cliches. It is tempting to use ready made phrases such as "self-starter," "proven leadership skills," "excellent interpersonal skills," etc., but using today's buzz words can suggest parroted formulas rather than original thought.
  9. Check the spelling and grammar in all correspondence. If you are not confident of your ability to detect grammatical, punctuation, or English usage errors or if you need help in organizing your letters, bring your correspondence to a professional for assistance.
  10. Never misrepresent yourself by overstating your experience or skills. Even if you do not have every qualification sought by the employer, stick to the facts and tell the truth by emphasizing your strengths.

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Resume Editing: Make Your Resume More Valuable  

Gain helpful tips on how to edit your resume to clearly state your career goals and job objectives.

The Future is Now
by Kevin Donlin

Are you a slave to your past?
You may be ... if your resume focuses only on the duties you've held, instead of the results you can produce.
Doing so will limit your career progress.
Let's fix that.

Let's write a resume that makes employers pick up the phone, call you for an interview and ask: "Can you do that for me, too?"
Here's how, using "before" and "after" examples from actual resumes.


1) Start with the right opening statement.

Focus on what you can DO for an employer, not on what you want from that employer.
This "before" example misses badly:

OBJECTIVE

My objective is to find a job that is challenging, and a job that will utilize my four year degree.
Wrong. Employers don't really care if you're challenged or if you picked the right major in college.
Here's how I rewrote that opening:

OBJECTIVE

Seeking inside sales/support position where sales, client service and technical skills will add value.
See the difference? Make it bold and obvious what you want to do in your next job.


2) Most important information goes first.


As a rule, the more relevant the information is to the job you want, the closer it should be to the top of your resume.
Example: if you're a recent college grad with an MIS degree, who wants a job in computer programming, your resume could follow this order:

OBJECTIVE
COMPUTER SKILLS
EDUCATION
RELEVANT EXPERIENCE
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

If you're a retail manager with 10 years of experience and a degree not related to retail, you could follow this order on your resume:

OBJECTIVE
MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
EDUCATION
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Shoot your big guns first. Never assume busy employers will read every word of your resume.


3) Make your value obvious to employers.

Here's where almost everybody could use a little help. To stand out from the hundreds of resumes most employers see every week, you MUST turn duties and responsibilities into specific results on your resume.
It's a major shift in thinking that will pay huge dividends in your job search.
Done right, employers reading your resume will think: "This person can do just what I'm looking for!"

This "before" example comes from a client who wanted a job in sales. Here's how he described his latest position, in customer service:

"This job gave me a good look at the financial aspect of customer service. I learned how to deal with volatile customers, and mastered the art of defusing a hot customer."

But what does this have to do with sales? Nothing, really.

Since all sales managers want sales reps who are competitive and beat goals, I rewrote that description with his desired sales job in mind, like this:

"Regularly exceeded goals by providing service during 80% of available time, ranking in top 10% of employees for efficient handling of inquiries."

(He left his bank teller job and got a great position in sales last month, by the way.)

You can do this, too.

By focusing on what you can do, putting the elements in relevant order, and proving your value with specific achievements, your next resume could be your ticket to a new and better job.

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PT. Visijobs: Marketing - Web Programmer - Sr. Wealth Manager  

PT Visijobs, looking for:

1. Marketing Executive
Requirements:

  • Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor’s Degree in any field.
  • required skill(s): marketing, futures.
  • Preferred skill(s): supel, penampilan menarik.
  • At least 1 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
  • Applicants must be willing to work in Jakarta Selatan.
  • Applicants should be Indonesian citizens or hold relevant residence status.
  • Preferably Senior Staffs specializing in Marketing/Business Development or equivalent.
  • Full-Time positions available.

2. Web Programmer
Requirements:

  • Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science/Information Technology or equivalent.
  • Required skill(s): PHP, Java, My SQL.
  • Preferred skill(s): C++.
  • At least 2 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
  • Applicants must be willing to work in Jakarta Selatan.
  • Applicants should be Indonesian citizens or hold relevant residence status.
  • Preferably Senior Staffs specializing in IT/Computer - Network/System/Database Admin or equivalent.
  • Full-Time positions available.

3. Senior Wealth Manager
Requirements:

  • Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor’s Degree in any field.
  • Required skill(s): finance, insurance, marketing.
  • At least 1 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
  • Applicants must be willing to work in Jakarta Selatan.
  • Applicants should be Indonesian, others citizens or hold relevant residence status.
  • Preferably Managers specializing in Sales-Insurance or equivalent.
  • Full-Time positions available.


PT. Visijobs
Gedung Ariobimo Sentral Lt.6
Jl. HR Rasuna Said Kav. X-2 No. 5
Jakarta Selatan 1000


Dateline: September 5, 2007

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Architect & Engineering Consulting firm: PT Indo Swissatama  

A reputable Architect & Engineering Consulting firm is looking for dedicated and high motivated candidates for:

1. Drafters CAD
Requirements:

  • Male/Female
  • Education background min SMK Bangunan Gedung
  • Familiar with Auto Cad minimum release 2004
  • Experience in drafting details
  • Have a willingness to work in the consulting industry
  • Have excellent knowledge in his / her field in industrial and high rise buildings with minimum 3 years experience
  • Good command in English

2. Design Structural Engineers
Requirements:



  • Male/Female
  • Civil-Structural Engineer / a bachelor degree from a reputable University with minimum 3,0 GPA
  • Familiar with SAP/ETAB/STAAD
  • Experience in structural design of concrete & steel structures
  • Have a willingness to work in the consulting industry
  • Have excellent knowledge in his / her field in industrial and high rise buildings with minimum 3 years experience
  • Good command in English

Send application letter, detailed CV & recent photograph to:
PT Indo Swissatama Isa-hrd@cbn.net.id





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IT Solution Provider: PT Niaga Prima Paramitra  

One of the growing fast IT solutions provider in Indonesia located in South of Jakarta, looking for:

1. Technical Consultant
Requirements:

  • Female
  • Age between 24-32 years old
  • Bachelor degre in TI / computer science / electro preferably in reputable University
  • Minimum GPA 2.75 of 4.00.
  • Have a good skill in Administering Windows, Linux or UNIX Platform
  • Have a good knowledge in Networking Concepts such as TCP/IP, LAN, WAN, Cisco Router, etc
  • Have a good knowledge in one of RDBMS such as MS SQL, Oracle, IBM DB2 or MY SQL
  • Have a good knowledge in one of scripting such as Perl, Shell, Java Script, etc
  • Have a good communication in English both oral and written
  • Have any IT Certification is a plus point
  • Smart and Fast Learner, Creative and Proactive
  • Hardworking person, Honest, Loyal
  • Ability to work under time pressures while maintaining a customer services attitude
  • Flexible, reliable and adapt with a strong work
  • Willing to do project / training in outside Jakarta / other country

2. Sales IT Software / Account Manager
Requirements:

  • Female
  • Age between 24-32 years old
  • Minimum 2 years good experiences in the same position
  • Strong analytical skills identifying customer, strong in sales process to closing deal in medium or large account
  • Ability to work under time pressures in getting target
  • Have a good knowledge in Tivoli / IBM software is a plus point
  • Have any account / client is a plus point
  • Have a good communication in English both oral and written
  • Have any IT Certification is a plus point
  • Smart and Fast Learner, Creative and Proactive
  • Hardworking person, Honest, Loyal
  • Ability to work under time pressures while maintaining a customer services attitude
  • Flexible, reliable and adapt with a strong work
  • Willing to do project / training in outside Jakarta / other country

3. Admin (Cileungsi Based)
Requirements:




  • Male
  • Maximum age 30 years old
  • Hold min Diploma Degree (D3)
  • Able to operate Computer at least Ms Office (Word, Exel, PowerPoint)
  • Work place in Cileungsi

4. Web Designer include Programmer
Requirements:

  • Male/Female
  • Age between 24-32 years old
  • Background in TI / Computer Science / Electro
  • Minimum GPA 2.75 of 4.00
  • Have a good skill in PHP, Java script, HTML, one of Macro Media, Photoshop, VB, C#
  • Have a good communication in English both oral and written
  • Have any IT Certification is a plus point
  • Smart and Fast Learner, Creative and Proactive
  • Hardworking person, Honest, Loyal
  • Ability to work under time pressures while maintaining a customer services attitude
  • Flexible, reliable and adapt with a strong work
  • Willing to do project / training in outside Jakarta / other country

Please send your CV & latest photograph ASAP to: elly@niagaprima.com

PT Niaga Prima Paramitra
Jl Pinang Emas I Bl UT/23
Jakarta 12310


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