We are highly recognized for our valued added products and services that we provide to our customers. Our philosophy to “Do it right the first time, on time and every time” embodies the professionalism that drives us to be a premier IT distributor and solutions provider in the region.
Due to our rapid expansion, we are now seeking qualified, highly motivated and dynamic individuals to assist in our growth strategic plans:
- Responsible for the preparation of statutory accounts and annual reports.
- Ensure accurate and smooth month-end closing of the subsidiaries under stringent deadline.
- Involved in group financial consolidation, reporting and analysis
- To administer annual budget and forecast activities, coordinate and support local and foreign subsidiaries in all finance related matter.
- Assist in the review and formulation of financial and accounting policies, procedures and internal controls. Ensure compliance of corporate policies and procedures.
- Management reporting including Cashflow planning.
- Ensure compliance with the latest accounting standards and practices
- Liaise with the auditors and tax agents for year-end audit and compliance.
- Participate in projects undertaken by the department
- Bachelor in Accountancy, ACCA equivalent, CPA Singapore with a minimum of 3-5 years working experience in MNC and with some exposure in auditing.
- Good knowledge of Microsoft Office and computerized accounting Software
- Sound knowledge of Financial accounting standards, taxation standards and relevant statutory requirements
- Strong analytical and problem solving skill
- Effectively bilingual in English and Mandarin
- Accessible location in the Central Area.
- 5 days work week.
- Comprehensive medical benefits.
- Attractive annual remuneration package.
- Extensive learning and development opportunities.
The Human Resource Manager
AsiaPac Distribution Pte Ltd
Blk 219 Henderson Road
#05-03 Henderson Industrial Park
We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
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Wawancara memberikan Anda kesempatan untuk menunjukkan kualifikasi Anda untuk majikan, sehingga untuk membayar akan berpengaruh. Informasi berikut membantu menyediakan beberapa petunjuk.
- Pelajari tentang organisasi.
- Apakah pekerjaan tertentu atau pekerjaan di pikiran.
- Review Anda kualifikasi untuk pekerjaan.
- Berhati-siap untuk sebentar menjelaskan pengalaman Anda, menunjukkan bagaimana ia berhubungan dengan pekerjaan.
- Berhati-siap untuk menjawab pertanyaan umum, seperti "Mengapa saya harus menyewa Anda?" "Mengapa Anda ingin pekerjaan ini?" "Apakah kekuatan dan kelemahan Anda?"
- Praktek wawancara dengan teman atau saudara.
- Berhati-baik rapi.
- Pakaian yang sesuai.
- Jangan mengunyah karet atau asap.
- Pelajari nama pewawancara dan menyapa dia dengan perusahaan jabat tangan.
- Gunakan bahasa Anda bertemu dengan semua orang.
- Santai dan menjawab setiap pertanyaan singkat.
- Gunakan Bahasa Inggris-benar menghindari gaul.
- Jadilah antusias dan koperasi.
- Gunakan bahasa tubuh untuk menunjukkan minat menggunakan mata-kontak dan tidak turun.
- Ajukan pertanyaan tentang posisi dan organisasi, tetapi menghindari pertanyaan jawaban yang dapat dengan mudah ditemukan di situs Web perusahaan.
- Juga menghindari menanyakan pertanyaan tentang gaji dan manfaat kecuali yang menawarkan pekerjaan dibuat.
- Terima kasih pada pewawancara ketika Anda meninggalkan dan berjabat tangan.
- Mengirim catatan singkat terima kasih.
Informasi untuk dibawa ke sebuah wawancara:
- Jaminan Sosial kartu.
- Dikeluarkan Pemerintah-identifikasi (SIM).
- Lanjutkan atau aplikasi. Meskipun tidak semua majikan memerlukan melanjutkan, Anda harus dapat memberikan informasi yang pewawancara tentang pendidikan, pelatihan, dan kerja sebelumnya.
- Referensi. Pengusaha biasanya memerlukan tiga referensi. Mendapatkan izin sebelum menggunakan siapa saja sebagai referensi. Pastikan bahwa mereka akan memberikan referensi bagus. Cobalah untuk menghindari menggunakan saudara sebagai referensi.
- Transkrip. Pengusaha resmi mungkin memerlukan salinan transkrip nilai untuk memverifikasi, coursework, tanggal dari kehadiran, dan tertinggi kelas selesai atau gelar diberikan.
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What is a Bachelor's Degree?
Also known as Baccalaureate degrees, bachelors' degrees are four-year degrees awarded by colleges or universities. This undergraduate degree allows students to select both an area of study (referred to as a 'major') and an area of concentration (referred to as a 'minor.') Traditionally, bachelor degrees must be completed before embarking on a master's or doctoral degree.
Traditionally, students enter a bachelor's program either directly from high school or by transferring credits from previous coursework (for example, an associate degree). As the workforce becomes more educated, many industry professionals with work experience are also returning to school to begin or complete a degree.
Why take a bachelor's degree?
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that 96% of the 50 highest paying occupations require college degrees and salaries for bachelor's degree holders are projected to be 60 percent higher than for those with associate degrees.
Less than a decade ago, non-graduates still anticipated a fair chance at climbing the career ladder. Today, a college degree is almost a prerequisite for employment and certainly for promotion into management.
Increased technology in the workplace and rapidly changing demands forces companies to seek well-trained or seasoned staff. For many positions, a bachelor's degree has become the minimum expectation. A survey conducted by the Information Technology Association of America and Virginia Polytechnic and State University revealed that 83 percent of respondents required a four-year degree for all or most programming positions. Job growth for bachelor's degree holders is expected to exceed 21.9% by 2008.
Types of degrees
Bachelor's degree programs and program titles vary by educational institution. The two primary bachelor's degree qualification types are:
Bachelor of Arts (BA). This type of degree type usually requires a majority of coursework be taken in the arts; areas such as social science, humanities, music or fine arts. Bachelor of Science (BS). This type of degree usually requires a majority of coursework be taken in the sciences; areas such as life sciences, physical sciences, or mathematical sciences
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To put your best foot forward, browse through our top 19 job interview tips. This information will give you an advantage when applying for jobs and going through the job interview process in today's competitive markets.
We also suggest you review our sample Sample Job Interview Questions and Panel Interview Tips.
Job Interview Tips No. 1
- Come prepared
Know yourself - your strengths, weaknesses and accomplishments. A job interview is not the time to wing it! Prepare as much as you would for a presentation to the Board of Directors at your company.
Job Interview Tips No. 2
- Research the company
Find out as much as you can about the company through annual reports, Newspapers, Value Line," S&P, etc. Your effort will show in the job interview, and you’ll be seen as proactive, hardworking and astute.
Job Interview Tips No. 3
- Dress appropriately to match the company culture
Many companies have gone to corporate casual. Check with your contact to see what they require. When in doubt, always err on the side of formal business attire.
Job Interview Tips No. 4
- Arrive 15 to 30 minutes early
Punctuality is a subtle clue about attitude and behaviour. Tardiness, no matter the excuse, is a major blunder. Research in advance what your parking options are and allow plenty of time.
Job Interview Tips No. 5
- Exhibit enthusiasm
First impressions, positive or negative, dramatically affect the ultimate evaluation. You can make or break an job interview within the first five minutes.
Job Interview Tips No. 6
- Appear friendly and outgoing
Smile and say hello to everyone. A positive reaction from the support staff is an important factor in the evaluation. Many hires have been heavily influenced by an Administrative assistant.
Job Interview Tips No. 7
- Be self-confident
High self-esteem and self-confidence are the hallmarks of the successful individual. With confidence, be able to demonstrate how you have overcome obstacles. There’s nothing wrong with feeling good about yourself.
Job Interview Tips No. 8
- Come prepared for key questions
Practice your responses to all the typical questions, such as "tell me about yourself" and "why are you looking for a new position?" How well you speak will have a bigger impact than what you say.
Job Interview Tips No. 9
- Remain involved
The most effective job interviews are those where an active two-way conversation takes place. Not the typical question and answer type. Begin early in the interview to interject your own relevant insight. Remember, don’t interrupt your interviewer.
Job Interview Tips No. 10
- Establish your worth
Discuss your specific accomplishments that demonstrate a proactive attitude. Such as: have you installed systems, done something not required, trained someone, etc. It’s always important to demonstrate how you either created revenue or saved expenses, and be specific with the amounts and how you accomplished that goal.
Job Interview Tips No. 11
- Know your six key strengths
Be prepared to discuss in detail and with examples your five or six main attributes. These should be the ultimate reason you get the job over someone else. Assuming you have done the proper homework on the company, these strengths should also be closely aligned to the key traits the employer is looking for in a person to fill their position.
Job Interview Tips No. 12
- Give 1 to 2 minute responses
Communication is the key to successful interviewing. A minimum of one to two minutes of well-prepared discussion gives the interviewer insight into your intellect and supports your contentions.
Job Interview Tips No. 13
- Provide examples/details
Support statements about yourself with specific examples. These will provide legitimacy to your claims. Without them, the interviewer won’t accept them as valid.
Job Interview Tips No. 14
- Remain attentive
Stay alert during the job interview. Maintain good eye contact. Sit forward in your chair. Be animated. Show high levels of interest and stay enthused. These actions can maintain or generate momentum during the interview. This is especially important when you are doing multiple interviews on the same day. The energy level must be as high for the last as it is for the first.
Job Interview Tips No. 15
- Don’t be arrogant
A presumptuous, overbearing attitude will offset the finest abilities. There’s a fine line between being too confident and cocky. Don’t cross that line.
Job Interview Tips No. 16
- Ask probing questions
A few strategic questions can demonstrate your intelligence, analytical skills and assertiveness. Have these prepared from your research. Avoid superficial small talk.
Job Interview Tips No. 17
- Be positive about co-workers
Don’t bad mouth previous positions, companies or employers. No matter how well founded, this implies a negative attitude, typical of those who don’t take personal responsibility for their actions.
Job Interview Tips No. 18
- Clearly state your interest
By the conclusion of the interview, state that you are definitely interested in the position and would like to know when the next step will take place. It’s best to demonstrate this interest throughout the session. Be careful not to go overboard.
Job Interview Tips No. 19
- Know your objective and end with it
Establish your objective before the job interview, like a second interview or an offer. Ask for it if you have not achieved it. Ask a question such as, "do you think my skills match your needs?" This gets straight to the point and, at worse, reveals other obstacles to overcome.
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Compiled by Joy Guy, AACC Member, Career Information Centre Newcastle
Apprenticeships and traineeships (now known collectively as wordn Apprenticeships), combine practical work with structured training to give you a nationally recognised qualification and experience needed to get the job you want. wordn Apprenticeships are now available in over 500 occupations in an increasing range of industries.
The methods used to seek an wordn Apprenticeship may not differ greatly from strategies used to seek any kind of employment. However, there may be one or two extra things that you could try to give yourself an edge when it comes to your job search.
1. Be focused on the type of apprenticeship or traineeship you are seeking
There are literally hundreds of apprenticeships and traineeships from which to choose. Check out the details on JobSearch or wordn Apprenticeships. You’ll find lists of apprenticeship and traineeship titles and lots of other useful information.
2. Get your documentation in order
Make sure your resume is up-to-date, professionally presented and geared towards the type of wordn Apprenticeship you wish to obtain. Compile a targeted covering letter to go with your resume. This could be either in response to an advertised vacancy, or a canvassing (enquiry) letter. Assemble your resume, references and supporting documentation in a presentation folder.
3. Consider the strategies for your job search
You could use any or all of these ideas in your search for an wordn Apprenticeship:
* Check the newspapers for advertised jobs. Many employers begin to advertise about August for employees to commence work the following year; however, employers can advertise at any time during the year.
* Use the Job Network. Phone 136 268 to get information on your local Job Network member/s or search on the wordn JobSearch website.
* Register with Group Training Companies. Group Training Companies often act as recruitment agencies for employers seeking to employ an wordn Apprentice. Contacts for Group training Companies can be found on the Group Training word website.
* Register with other private agencies or labour hire companies. These are listed in the Yellow Pages under “Employment Services”.
* Search appropriate online job boards or vacancy websites, in particular sites that are likely to recruit for these types of entry level positions.
* Seek advice from potential employers seeking advice on wordn Apprenticeships in their industry and the likelihood of job vacancies.
4. Don’t be afraid to ask for advice
Much has been written and said about the importance of the “hidden job market”. Many job vacancies are never advertised, so “selling” yourself to a potential employer has become a key skill in the job search process. Asking the advice of those already in the industry will equip you with the background information needed for a successful “sale”.
5. Know what to offer the employer
Some employers are not aware of the financial incentives paid to them for taking on an wordn Apprentice. Your local wordn Apprenticeship Centre (AAC) can inform you of the employer’s financial entitlements plus the benefits of using the wordn Apprenticeship system. AAC contact details can be found on the wordn Apprenticeships website.
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Waving hands or twitching face muscles might not be the first things you think about when preparing for a job interview, but with body language counting for a large part of how people perceive us, actions really do speak louder than words.
According to Michael Kelly of Kelly Speech Communications, any gesture or mannerism we use to express a non-verbal message can be considered body language. Chin jutting, shoulder shrugging, arm-swinging, head tilting, even eye blinking - they all fit the profile. Body language is used to express our conscious or subconscious thoughts, and can be as subtle as a sidewards glance - or as obvious as a slap in the face.
So how can you fine-tune your body language for success?
Before your next job interview, ask a friend to identify any potentially distracting habits you may have such as playing with your hair or drumming your fingers. You may be surprised to learn about behaviour you weren’t aware of.
Next, stage a mock job interview with a friend and video it. “Viewing your body language as other people do is a valuable experience,” says Kelly. “But if you want to gain more self-awareness, an intense questioning session with a friend is useful for noting any negative body language that occurs under pressure, such as foot-bouncing or lip-biting.”
And if that’s not enough to give you an air of self-assurance, Kelly says that observing confident people and modelling their open, friendly and accepting cues can also help you create a winning perception. Additionally, learning by example increases the likelihood that your actions will be read as you intend them to be, and decreases your risk of sending mixed messages.
When it comes to the job interview itself, Kelly recommends creating instant rapport with the interviewer by being sensitive to their body position or pose, and adapting your movements, breathing patterns and expressions accordingly. But if you find yourself forgetting your words, concentrate more on yourself. Maintaining good eye contact will also help impart trust and understanding: a steady gaze that conveys alertness, interest and confidence, without too little or too much focus, is a great choice.
Bear in mind that swaying, fiddling, and face touching can all threaten job interview success, so place one hand on your waist and gesture with the other to control any nervousness. And keep your spare hand free, as playing with unneeded pens or papers will only betray your jitters.
Finally, the perfect handshake, like most body language, is all about finding a happy medium that you’re comfortable with. “A cool hand, firm grasp, two palm-to-palm pumps and good eye contact will create just the right impression,” says Kelly.
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