JAWATAN KOSONG KRAFTANGAN MALAYSIA
Written By MR Network on Monday, September 20, 2010 | 6:00 PM
Permohonan adalah dipelawa daripada warganegara Malaysia yang berkelayakan dan berumur tidak kurang dari 18 tahun pada tarikh lantikan untuk mengisi kekosongan jawatan berikut di Perbadanan Kemajuan Kraftangan Malaysia:-
1. PEGAWAI EHWAL EKONOMI E41
2. PEGAWAI TEKNOLOGI MAKLUMAT F41
3. JURUAUDIT W41
4. PEMBANTU MAKMAL C17
5. PEMBANTU EHWAL EKONOMI E17
6. PELUKIS PELAN J17
7. PEGAWAI KHIDMAT PELANGGAN N17
8. PEMBANTU MUZIUM S17
9. PEMBANTU AKAUNTAN W17
10. PENGAWAL KESELAMATAN KP11
11. PEKERJA AWAM R1
12. TUKANG K3 R9
TARAF JAWATAN : TETAP
Sebarang pertanyaan, sila hubungi Unit Pengurusan Sumber Manusia, Bahagian Khidmat Pengurusan di talian 03-2162 7459.
Tarikh Tutup Permohonan: 2 Oktober 2010
There are several classes of job interview questions:
Skills based questions
These job interview questions are related to specific job skills outlined in essential criteria. Candidates are asked to give examples of their work, or outline their duties and performance in key roles.
Knowledge based questions
Many jobs have a required knowledge base. Interview questions are used to find
out the depth of knowledge, and to check and confirm candidates have the essential
information required to do the work involved.
These are a different type of knowledge based job interview questions, and they
relate to the technical issues of the position. In some job interviews, a person
on the interview panel is appointed to ask these questions, and give expert
evaluation of answers to the panel.
• The problem solving job interview questions are now standard practice.
Problem solving questions are used to define skill levels and the ability to
deal with difficulties.
• Experience related questions This is a range of job interview questions
designed to test prior experience across the range of job skills contained in
the position. They include additional questions to clarify the scope of candidates?
experience. They also deal with issues related to the job, particularly where
levels of experience relate directly to the complexity of the work.
These are job interview questions which explore workplace relationships, team
roles, leadership, and other personal characteristics of candidates. Questions
can range from dealing with stress to contributing to a team.
job interview questions
Interview assessments use the merit principle to decide successful applicants
based on their answers to the job interview questions. A panel discussion and
consensus, or a formal evaluation process using an 'evaluation grid', (a step
by step analysis of answers) is conducted.
7.The selection process Interviewers select the candidate who meets all job criteria to an acceptable standard. The panel then makes a recommendation for appointment to management.