Warganegara Malaysia yang berkelayakan adalah dipelawa untuk mengisi jawatan di Universiti Malaysia Pahang :-
- PUSTAKAWAN GRED S41 (KONTRAK : KEKOSONGAN 1)
- PEMBANTU AM PEJABAT GRED N1 (KONTRAK : KEKOSONGAN 1)
Be Prepared! Do a little homework prior to the interview. Browse through the employers' website and learn something about the company before you attend your interview. Prepare your facts and get them right!
Once you have finished your research, begin role playing (rehearsing). Be prepared for questions that are frequently asked by employers such as "Tell me about yourself" or "Why should we hire you?" Write down answers if it helps to make your presentation more concise.
First Impression Counts!
You never get a second chance to make a first impression! Dress professionally and appropriately (according to the job you are applying for).
Be On Time!
If possible, try getting to the venue before the actual interview day to see how long it will take. They won't change the fact that your chances are reduced if you are late. Remember that first impression counts!
Don't criticise past employers, particularly within the industry. Focus on positive achievements and views. In particular, avoid negative comments about past employers,. And don't talk too much!
Encourage the interviewer to share information about his or her company. Demonstrate your interest.
Maintain eye contact with your interviewer. Show that you want the job with interest.
Adapt and relate
Listen and adapt. Be sensitive to the style of the interviewer. Try to relate your answers to the interviewer and his or her company.
Interviewers like to know how you felt about a particular success. Some will ask for specific examples of things you've done that you're particularly proud of; how you solved problems; how you learned - and improved - from difficult situations.
There really is no point lying about your background and/or skills.
And finally, don't give up!
The fact is that you will not be offered every job you applied for, however perfect you think you may be for it. Feedback from interviews where you have been turned down can be invaluable for improving future results.