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Original Green Tour Company Limited Nadi, Fiji
Jan 19, 2019
Full time
Original Green Tour (OGT) has an immediate vacancy for a female Sales & Marketing Officer based at Nadi Town Head Office Assist with monitoring customer/computer activity Manage a set area and achieve sales target Form Six pass How to apply To apply please submit your CV with an application letter and a passport photo by clicking "Apply Now"  or Contact on 9929164 for an interview.    
China Railway First Group Davuilevu Road, Fiji
Jan 19, 2019
Full time
China Railway First Group (Fiji) Co., Ltd, DAVUILEVU PROJECT has vacancies on the following position:- Plasterman How to apply Applications together with copies of TIN Identification, Birth Certificate, passport size photo and a valid Driver's license to be submitted by clicking "Apply Now"    Contact: 9784803 (8am to 5pm) for enquiries  
Baobab Marine Nadi, Fiji
Jan 19, 2019
Full time
We require someone to : Manage our IT needs at 2 locations Quickbooks knowledge and database inventory management necessary If you meet the above please click "Apply Now".
Fletcher Construction Denarau Island, Fiji
Jan 19, 2019
Contract
Construction Project Staff Required We are seeking to employ the following staff: Carpenters   This project is based at the Sheraton Resort, Denarau Island in Nadi All applicants must have FNPF, TIN identifications, Bank AIC, work boots and tools How to apply Written applications can be submitted online by clicking "Apply Now" or via phone during working hours to Aporosa on 9381363   All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.
Williams & Gosling - Suva Lautoka, Fiji
Jan 19, 2019
Full time
Williams 8. Gosling Limited, Fiji’s leading logistics company invites applications from suitably qualified persons for the above position with appropriate skills. capabilities and the right attitude to join our Customs & Imports Department - Lautoka. Responsibilities include: Processing customs entry in Asycuda World system Verifying documents and Classification using HS codes  Liaising with customers for clarification on documents and goods/products Cargo examination Attending to queries raised by stakeholders (FRCS, BAF, PTL) Working with Customer Service Team in ensuring timely customer service delivery Compiling of documents from stakeholders on behalf of clients Any other duties assigned by the Manager Skills and Experience: A Diploma in Business Customs with 2-3 years relevant experience Working knowledge of Customs Asycuda World system Familiar with Customs Act and regulations Have a valid driver’s Group 2 license (desirable) Ability to do shift work when required Proficient in oral and written English Proficient in general! desktop Microsoft applications Customs Agent Position The Human Resources Manager Williams & Gosling Ltd P 0 Box 79 Suva Applications close on January 21, 2019
Raffe Hotels & Resorts Nadi, Fiji
Jan 19, 2019
Full time
Raffe Hotels &. Resorts is a Fijian hotel management company that owns and operates three iconic Hotels & Resorts - Plantation Island Resort, Lomani Island Resort and Fiji Gateway Hotel. With Head Office based in Nadi, Raffe Hotels & Resorts can offer a wide range of experiences across the Group for families, couples, business travellers, transit passengers, Divers, Surfers, Weddings, Conferences & many more. FINANCE OFFICER RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist manage revenues received & dispensed including accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, audit inventories, cash book/bank reconciliations & general ledgers reporting. Assist in preparation & analyzing monthly financial statements & variance reports. Assist in financial & tax audits & year-end audit process. Facilitate follow-up billing & credit collection requirements. REQUIREMENTS: Relevant qualifications and 2 years’ experience in a similar role. Ability to work under pressure & work overnight on island properties. Good work ethics, integrity & attention to detail. Proficiency with MS Office systems &- PMS such as PayGlobal, Room master & SAGE Please submit your application. curriculum vitae & certified academic transcripts to: Director of Human Resources & Training, Raffe Hotels & Resorts PO Box 9176, Nadi Airport Or Click "Apply Now" Or deliver to the HR office, Fiji Gateway Hotel, opposite Nadi lntemational Airport Website: www.raffehotels.com Application closes: 21st  January, 2019
Satish Motormart Ltd Suva, Fiji
Jan 19, 2019
Full time
Satish Motormart Ltd is a used second-hand car importer has the below vacancy available to join our team: Sales Manager  (Suva) - New Branch Minimum requirements Minimum 3 years' experience in the motor industry Ability to work unsupervised and reach targets. Clean driving record. A good package will be offered to qualified applicants. How to apply Submit applications online by clicking "Apply Now"  Applications can be delivered to 580 Ratu Mara Road, Nabua or For Walk-in interviews, please make an appointment. Ph: 3372900 / 9922994.
Original Green Tour Company Limited Nadi, Fiji
Jan 19, 2019
Full time
Original Green Tour (OGT) has an immediate vacancy for Personal Assistant to Director based at Nadi Town Head Office Ability to travel when required Valid Driver's License Form Six pass. How to apply To apply please submit your CV with an application letter and a passport photo by clicking "Apply Now"  or Contact on 9929164 for an interview.    
Medica Pacifica South Pacific Limited Suva, Fiji
Jan 19, 2019
Full time
Medica Pacifica (South Pacific) Limited is a leading supplier of Medical and Laboratory products in Fiji and Pacific Islands. The Company has an immediate vacancy for a qualified  WAREHOUSE ASSISTANT/DRIVER to be based at the head office in Suva, Fiji. Duties Assisting with Customs Clearance, receiving goods, packing, filing dispatch documents and delivery of goods to customers. Coordinate dispatch of orders via courier services. Verifying freight forwarders’ invoice Setting the warehouse and keeping it clean Assisting with monthly stock take and inventory Checking the company vehicles daily according to checklist and verifying mileage Drop off and pick up of staff and management when requested Requirements Minimum of Year 12 Level Qualification Valid and Clean Driver's License (Manual Vehicles) Experience in Warehouse and Logistics would be an advantage Proficiency in all MS Office programs and knowledge of an accounting software Fluency in English, both written and spoken Applications for the above position along with detailed CVs are to be sent before 5.00 pm 20th January, 2019. For further inquiries, please contact Ms. Lizzie Rakai on 3310865 or 9282225
Grand Pacific Hotel Suva, Fiji
Jan 19, 2019
Full time
COME AND JOIN OUR TEAM We are looking for enthusiastic and dynamic individuals to join our iconic hotel. Experience in 4-5 star hotels is an advantage.  We offer a competitive package for the right applicant.  How to apply Interested candidates may apply by sending their application by clicking "Apply Now" and submit an application online including cover letter,  curriculum vitae, details of tertiary qualifications,  1 passport size photo and working certificates.    
Coconut Beach Resort Coconut Beach Resort Fiji, Tavewa Island,, Yasawa, Fiji
Jan 19, 2019
Full time
Pastry Chef required for Cocorut Beach Resort in Yasawa  Islands, must be experienced in all aspects of baking with creative flair.   This is an Island based position with great working conditions, meals and accommodation will be provided Interested applicants should email their CV’ along with a covering letter to the: General Manager , coconutjobs@gmail.com
Chinese Media (Fiji) Limited Suva, Fiji
Jan 18, 2019
Full time
Position Responsibilities The Coordinator will support: Advertising revenue achievement Sales support Advertising initiatives and marketing   Position Requirements Tertiary education in relevant disciplines Minimum 1-2 years of related sales & marketing experience Excellent customer relations skills Ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines How to apply If you meet all the position requirements (1-4 stated above) then submit a detailed CV and cover letter by clicking "Apply Now" Applications close 18 January 2018.  
Fletcher Construction Denarau Island, Fiji
Jan 18, 2019
Contract
Construction Project Staff Required We are seeking to employ the following staff:  Painters  This project is based at the Sheraton Resort, Denarau Island in Nadi All applicants must have FNPF, TIN identifications, Bank AIC, work boots and tools How to apply Written applications can be submitted online by clicking "Apply Now" or via phone during working hours to Aporosa on 9381363   All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.
Healthmart Chemist Suva, Fiji
Jan 18, 2019
Full time
Pharmacy Sales Assistant required. Recent school leavers are encouraged to apply. How to apply Please send these 2 documents Application letter and CV Apply by clicking "Apply Now" and submit your application online or Post your application to PO Box 3947, Samabula Application close on 20/01/19. The pharmacy is located at  Shop 15, President Plaza, 164 Ratu Mara Road, Samabula Suva, Fiji 
Technix Pacific Limited Suva, Fiji
Jan 18, 2019
Full time
Technix Pacific Limited, suppliers of bulk bitumen bitumen products to the South Pacific requires a Plant and Process Operators at its Rokobili Terminal The successful applicants will assist in the operation and maintenance of the bitumen production facility. The successful applicants will possess: A Trade certificate / Diploma in a relevant Engineering discipline. Excellent communication skills both verbal and written in English Computer knowledge would be an advantage Ability and experience working in shifts Knowledge in fixed and mobile plant and equipment Ability to work unsupervised and be punctual and reliable An understanding of the health and safety requirements in the workplace.  A forklift driving license ie. Class 9 would be an advantage A drug test and pre-medical check-up will be undertaken prior to employment. All applications must be sent either by post or email to: The Operations Manager Technix Pacific Limited Private Mail Bag GPO Suva Or click "Apply Now" Applications close on 21st January, 2019. Late applications will not be considered. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
Australia Pacific Training Coalition Suva, Fiji
Jan 18, 2019
Full time
Based in Suva, Fiji The Australia Pacific Training Coalition (APTC) is an Australian development program working in partnership with regional governments, industry and TVET training providers to develop a more skilled, inclusive and productive workforce aligned with domestic and international labour market requirements that enhance Pacific prosperity. Position Overview The Manager Strategic Communication's key responsibility is to support the development, management and evaluation of the APTC Communications Strategy and plan with a focus in public  relations in Australia. In addition, this role will further assist in managing the development, quality assurance and strategic circulation of impact case studies to key stakeholders. Remuneration - FJ$85,471 per annum, inclusive of 10% superannuation. For further enquiries, please contact jobs@aptc.edu.au   Applications close 11:59pm Fiji Time, Sunday 20 January 2019. APTC is committed to diversity and inclusion and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities to apply.
MaxVal-u Supermart Suva, Fiji
Jan 18, 2019
Full time
MaxVaI-u Supermarket is the fastest growing supermarket chain in Fiji with exceptional opportunities for fun loving people.  We are now inviting applications for the following vacant positions to be based in our Central Stores. Requirements: Flexible in approach to working hours Honest and reliable individual Relevant work experience with good understanding of  supermarket/retail operations Remuneration: Competitive market salary will be offered to successful incumbents based on experience and caliber. How to Apply: Interested candidates are to submit their written Application and CV to our Head Office (Up-stairs City Maxval-U), Rodwell Road, Suva or click "Apply Now" Applications can also be sent to: Manager Human Resources MaxVal-U GPO Box 295 Suva Applications close at 4.00 pm on Monday 21st January 2019.

Team Talk

So what makes you more valuable than the others.....in your organisation ? Here are three simple things... 1. Trust  Specifically building trust. Trust comes from two things - integrity and being capable of doing your job. Honesty is a highly valued trait and is often is part of what defines your integrity. Speak your mind appropriately when asked and if you are unsure be honest. It is perfectly "Ok" to not know all the answers or to put your hand up and admit/own your weaknesses. Trust also flows from your capabilities. You were hired for your role because the organisation that hired you had the faith in your technical and interpersonal skills.  2. Go the extra mile... Think outside the square and do not turn a blind eye to things as they are not in your position description. Managers/owners treasure people who are creative and are problem solvers. Don't throw your hands up in the air and declare "too hard". Find a way forward by brainstorming, discussing and researching the issues. If there is a tap leaking water...."tighten the tap properly" or wash the dishes in the sink. It is not in anyone's  job description to tighten leaky taps! Small things get noticed...go with the saying "be the standard that you walk past".  3. Enthusiasm Be excited to be rolling out of bed to go to work!  When an issue or problem is given to you -  show that you have a 'can do attitude".  Be positive at work and when asked "how are you feeling?" Do not spend the next 30 minutes doing a download of the million issues you are facing in your life. That may be the last time someone asks you that question and everyone will probably avoid you in the lunch room. (Of course seek help if you genuinely have problems....but not everyone at work will be ready to hear your issues and are your friends). If it is too painful thinking about work.....you are not in the right job.There are two options available:  a.change the environment at work so that it is a fun environment and, b. if you can't change that environment - go somewhere else where you will be happy!  Radical right! Well we have discussed with a lot of people over the years and have also experienced this first hand. Gandhi is credited with saying "Be the change you want to see in the world"...start being that change!
HOW DO I PREPARE A CV (Curriculum Vitae or Resume) - Q&A Q1. What does a CV normally have?  A. Your CV is a document that tells about your goals, education, experience, referees. Q2. Do I need to prepare a CV? A. Some employers prefer you to have a CV so it’s best to have one. Q3. How do I create or make a CV? A. We will have some templates on our job site that you can use as a guide. You will need a computer with word processing program like Word. Q4. How long should be my CV? A. The CV should not be any more than 5 pages long. It depends on your qualifications and experiences that you include. It should have important items that are relevant to the position that you are applying for. Most roles will have a two page (maximum) CV. Q5. I have been working for a long time - do I include details of every job that I have worked? A. No, if your earlier work history is not relevant then do not include in detail in the CV. Employers are human beings like us and do not have time to read items that are not relevant. Q6. What should I look out for to have a nice CV? A. Make sure the CV is factually accurate, there are no spelling mistakes and no grammatical errors. Get a friend or maybe 2 friends to read your CV and read it for any errors or things you should either add or remove. A fresh pair of eyes is always good to see the CV before you load it to the job site for job applications. Q7. Can I have more than one type of CV? A. Sure! The job site allows you to have a number of  CV’s  that you can load on the job site. You can have a CV for instance that is relevant for finance officer and another for say sales rep. Q8.  I am  interested in domestic duties? Do I need a CV? A. Umm well, a CV is really there to sell your skills to a potential employer. So it’s best to write down your skills and experience so that you stand out from the rest! Remember, a good CV helps you get the interview - it’s the first step in getting you your dream job. Download Sample CV Template here
Paradoxically, whilst we see bus driver, beverage staff, cashiers or construction jobs readvertised we also receive daily messages; “I need a job pliz [sic.] help”, “I am looking for a job as cashier” or "What is a CV?". Our conclusion is, therefore - “both”. This makes the job of employers and busy Human Resource Departments that much tougher. Whilst factors such as; labour mobility, availability to work, education and information flow are common bottlenecks we can play our part. We share some suggestions ("Tips") based on analytics from our web platform. TIP #1. Don't let the circumstances define you:  Specifically, here we refer to your hiring process but it applies to anything else. Consider Einstein’s definition of insanity -  “doing the same thing and expecting a different result.”   How many of us are guilty of doing it the way we have always done it and then when it doesn't work being surprised. Think about how many times you have readvertised - in the same medium at great cost? TIP #2. There are at least half a million Fijians with internet/email access:  What have you done to reach them over traditional (print) media ? TIP #3. Be different:  Related to Tip 1 we know but subtly different. Branding extends beyond a logo. As businesses, we have great aspirations - "To be bold" to "hire the best" ours is for example to connect Fiji together. What have you done in your own role(s) to be live by your organisation's aspirations? If you never try you never know. TIP #4. Be Bold:  In a candidate short market, candidates have a choice to join you or not or your organisation or you might not have the big name profile to attract them. How are you ensuring you are hiring the best and those who meet with your aspirations - are you killing their enthusiasm with the "usual" process or  put another way, going to the same (shallow) talent pool? Table: Our (humble) suggestions if you are looking for ideas based on observations to date from our  site  : Lastly, how are we following our own message? We have designed a platform that alleviates  some  of the issues: For candidates , we have tailored daily job alerts! The alerts match the type of work the job seekers are searching and are sent a list of matching jobs to their email each day. We are currently composing handy tips for CV preparation and cover letters. These will be sent out shortly. For employers,  we provide a database of CVs to browse for candidates, unlimited wording/description of the job and no deadline for listing the vacancy. Employers can post anytime, from anywhere and for a longer duration than 5 days (can be 60 if you wish). What is more, an employer dashboard provides analytics on the effectiveness of the job advert. The job adverts are cross-promoted across various social media forums to expand the reach. So go on .... Toso! From the team at  myjobsfiji.com      
 HOW DO I APPLY IN  MYJOBS   FIJI ? - Q&A Q1. How do I apply for jobs that I see on www.myjobsfiji.com? A. You will need to sign up on this job site. It’s quite easy to do. If you need help email us info@myjobsfiji.com Q2. Do I need to have an employer’s email address when applying for a job? A. There is a button “apply now “ next to each job listing - you click on this and apply for any role that interests you. The employer’s email is hidden out of sight in the background and when you click apply it goes to them.   . Q3. How many jobs can I apply for? A. You can apply for as many jobs as you wish! But, you should apply for roles that interest you and for which you have the skills, experience and qualifications. Q4. Can I get notified about new jobs on the site? A. MyJobsFiji is a smart job site with lots of features. It basically works for you - so, you can set up alerts when setting up your profile Q5. For what jobs  are alerts  possible? A. You can set as many different alerts as possible. For instance, you can set up an alert to get notified of jobs posted:      a. by your favourite  employer     b . for a role e.g.. barman,     c. that are in a particular geographical area eg. jobs in Labasa or  Suva     d . daily or weekly Q6. Where and when are the job alerts sent? A. Alerts are sent to your email... so  do  keep an eye on them. Every time a job that meets your alert criteria is posted on our job site - you will be notified. It's like it carrying a personal assistant in your pocket! So all you need is a smartphone that has your email and you can relax...wait for job alerts to keep you update. Never miss a job opportunity! Q7. Do I have to complete a new profile every time I apply for a job? A. No, that’s the smart thing about this job site. Once a profile is created and you have fully signed up - you can happily apply for jobs without much effort! Q8. How do I know that the jobs listed are not expired? A. All the jobs that we list have an automatic expiry date based on when the company to define as a deadline. So if you can see the job on the website - it’s still not yet expired Q9. Will I see jobs for office type only? What about work such as electrician, plumber or housekeeper? A. We designed MyJobsFiji as a  one-stop  shop for all types of jobs. You might need to wait for newspapers to look for jobs - but we have to educate the employers to post all types of jobs on this website. So go and spread the word.!!  
We all have mission and values statements incorporating us, our customers and employees. But, what about potential employees? It is easy in our busy day to day HR and recruiting work, to fail our marketing colleagues in "living the brand". To state another way, we are privileged to be working in our roles so what are we doing to make sure it is that much easier for the next person coming in? 1. Candidates are the "H" in HR  In a self-absorbed commoditised world where it seems everything is a product - we can be guilty of forgetting that candidates are human and, like us - humans. This detachment is not unique to recruiting - it has become an acquired habit to discharge indeed, mentally survive your daily duties. Professionals in medicine are the perfect example of those who stay necessarily detached. In our case though, we carry the title of " human " " resources " and we carry the job of looking after what is supposedly the largest asset in the business. REMINDER:   each application is a person filled with hope and dreams that go beyond their name and personal details. Details requested by you as employers that extend to birth certificates, photos, Tax details and referees.  A level of detail dare we say we ask for  and might only possess for our nearest and dearest at best.   2. Do Unto Others... It is part of our universal human values so why have we forgotten this?  We don't need to say more. As Gandhi summarised this best:  "Be the change you want to see in the world" REMINDER: Respect, politeness and humility go a long way to helping someone who is trying to earn a living.  The Top 4 things that candidates want - Wouldn't you if you were one? 1. Communication - tell them whether they were successful or not (not leave them hanging and in the dark). We aren't that busy and a glib statement stating "we will only contact shortlisted candidates" might pass but does it past the standards we want for ourselves?.  2. Honest feedback - why they did not get an interview. It only takes a small amount of time to do this. Imagine someone rejected a dozen times and they get a note from you explaining why they didn't get the job - they will remember that about your organisation forever. 3. Adequate time to apply for the vacancy - or be prepared to change your expectations about the application standard. Imagine a person juggling their current job, home life and other aspects having to think about responding to a job application and dealing with PC or internet problems and being given 3 days to apply. Yes, some candidates might deal with such "adversity" and overcome this to apply -great. But, do you even get to see what adversity they overcame to apply? In which case - why have such deadlines? 4. Clear Job description  -  a clear document that sets out expectations of the role makes it easy for you to reject, hire and of course provide feedback. Take time to create one and with it some weightings for each of the task . As you get applications weigh up the application against this. Voila, you can then use this document in 2. above to provide feedback. Let's put the "H' back in Human Resources.  As always, we look forward to your feedback!
Below is general advice we gave someone asking for comments on their CV.  We publish this here for the benefit of others who may find applicable.  Hi XXXX Firstly, we aren't experts at this but have the benefit of experience. A CV is a personal document and its purpose is to get you through the door for an interview.  So, your CV should end up in the "call for interview" rather than the "reject" pile.  You need to get into the mind of the person hiring by putting yourself in their shoes. Think about what are they looking for in terms of skills, experience, and personality.  So here goes: A. Comments on your CV ( examples relate to the person's own CV ) 1. Much better than most people's we have seen. Good job on trying to get into one page but maybe create more "white space". CV's can be up to 5 pages. 2. Suggest you expand to make it two pages. 3. Look at all spelling and Grammar - "vitae" should be a capital "V", "Ability to multitask and (be flexible)". It demonstrates your attention to detail that you say is your skill.  4. A CV should be aligned to line up with the job you applying for - if you applying for a sales job say then you try and match your tasks and achievements to that. Remember our first paragraph about CV's being personal. 5. Related to 4. above it might be hard to get a job in the Food Tech. industry based on your degree (we don't know) but you could expand out your search and/or define some things that might be applicable to your studies.   B. What we suggest:  a. Expand to two pages and perhaps use a different template - we have attached two samples. b. Experiences can be "volunteer" and unpaid positions as well. Expand and explain your experience with responsibilities and achievements. For example, as utility hand, I helped service XYZ and did not miss a single day of work (if you don't have anything else that is of significance) but we are sure you have some.  c. The External exams results etc. you can be included But only if you got great marks put that otherwise remove it out to just 7th form to make space - you couldn't have got to 7th form without getting past FSLC for instance. d. Expand your interests - Duke of Edinburgh - did you get a Bronze or Silver or something? Describe what that was; Safety Training,  Cadets Training - redefine these so your employer can apply for the role they have advertised. e. Similarly, your Referees are good and prominent - an employer needs to see that you are well regarded for them to be your referee.  f. Your career objective can be changed to describe who you are rather than a broad statement which takes up space: For example; I am an honest, hardworking, detail focused person. I would like to join a working environment that shares these values"  (this is just an example and not based on you specifically). g. Expand your skills listed here - "Computer literate" is one thing but if you have MYOB, Microsoft Excel etc. spell it out - an employer doesn't have to guess. h. Try and get your most important attributes to catch the eye of the hiring person (skills is probably more important than which school you went to but again remember para 1). i. Put down your hobbies -shows something personal about you and perhaps how well rounded you are. j. Don't leave gaps such as unaccounted years of service. And if there are gaps - explain it. For instance, you may have time out to study, work in the family business or went overseas. Attached are two examples of CVs (we said it was personal) but it should give you a flavour of what employers expect.  Last bit of advice, looking for a job is a job. So be dedicated to it. Good luck friend and you know where we are.   Yours Sincerely        DOWNLOAD SAMPLE CV TEMPLATES HERE
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