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Another Coal Mine Victim Dies - <b>Sarawak</b> Update

Posted: 02 Apr 2012 03:10 AM PDT


Another worker from the Lucky Hill Coal mine at Abok, Sri Aman passed away this morning. The number of death now stand at four.

Pan Chun Fa, 35 died on the operation table this morning at 9.30 am in the Sarawak General hospital. He suffered from head injuries, two broken arms, right broken legs, spinal cord injuries and other internal injuries.

Pan was one of the two critically injured who were send from Timberland hospital to Sarawak General hospital last Friday after there were two explosion in the coal mine.

The other patient at the SGH is still critical in the intensive care unit. Eight others are at the Timberland.

Sri Aman OCPD DSP Mat Jusoh Mohd had said the first explosion was at 8 am when 23 workers were working in the tunnel.

Eight of them were injured but not serious. In the afternoon at about 2.30 pm, five workers including a supervisor went in to check the condition of the tunnel as workers waited for the green light to go back to work.

At 3 pm, there was an explosion and workers went into the tunnel to help their colleagues out but the roof collapsed.

One of them, Ean Jan Huan died on the way to Serian hospital. Two others, Huang Jin Hua and Teng Chien Hua died when they were brought in to Timberland. Two seriously including Pan were transferred to Sarawak General hospital.

Eight others are still warded at Timberland that Friday and a number were given outpatient treatment. All the workers numbering 208 at the mine were from the People's Republic of China.

When contacted by SU, Mat Jusoh said the mine was closed for investigation. He said the injured were too weak to give statements.

MuluView - Technical education provides <b>...</b> - <b>Sarawak</b> Update

Posted: 01 Apr 2012 06:40 PM PDT


Technical education provides opportunities for rural youth to become technical workers

As Sarawak moves to a higher level of industrial development, through the development of SCORE, it will create a new pattern of employment that will be biased toward those with technical training, skills and expertise from next year onward, more so towards the year 2030.
 It is projected that more than 1 millions jobs will be created and 52% of them will be semi-skilled technical workers upwards. The State's transformation from the medium income to high income economy will requires at least 32% of the workers to be semi-skilled ones in order to earn high incomes for the State and country.
It is projected that the development of SCORE area will create more than 1 million jobs, 55% of them in SCORE development area. The others will be in Betong, Sri Aman, Kuching and Samarahan in the South and Miri in the North. In other words, the development of SCORE will create new opportunities for all surrounding areas and not only the mid region of Sarawak. Kuching will also benefit from the spin off of the development of green energy. The hi-tech projects will go to Kuching while the tourism industry will be centred in Miri, which has set itself to specialize in the activities as a resort city.

The SCORE development area stretches from Tanjung Manis all the way to Samalaju, down south to Kapit and Baram.  The development will create a lot of opportunities in terms of real property development, which may contribute to a big shift in the population towards the year 2020 and beyond.  

The education sector will benefit the most in industrial development with the necessity to produce conservatively 60% of technical workers, about 25% as semi skilled workers and about 15%, managerial and professional workers. A clearer picture will emerge shortly to show the State's actual need for technical workers.
Generally, Sarawak will produce things not only for the country but for the world.  It will import raw materials and process them as semi or fully manufactured goods. More job opportunities will be created in the process. More and more investors have indicated their interests to invest in Sarawak, which will be able to offer reasonably priced electricity and trainable manpower for the operations and maintenance of industries. 
Hence, the development of SCORE emphasizes on technical and management or business education as it provides two channels in education to enable the new generations with management and technical skills to work in a more organised manner.  For example, those who can operate machines, use computers and get access to the Internet should be able to do their jobs with greater efficiency and productivity. 
Hence, the planning and implementation of SCORE take in consideration the necessity to train people to acquire skills and expertise in handling machines to do their jobs in plants or factories in Samalaju or any other places.  In this respect, human development is being made an important component in the overall preparations to attract more investors to Sarawak, SCORE development area in particular.
Chief Minister, Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud, in his recent speech during a gathering to mark the 10th Anniversary of Betong division, says the State has a program   to produce hundreds of thousands of engineers, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers at degree and of diploma levels. A quarter million young people will be trained at vocational schools and polytechnics to become welders, wiremen and other technical workers. Hence, the new generation must focus their preparations on the kinds of jobs that will come up in future.
He says the setting up of Tabung Ekonomi Gagasan Anak Sarawak (TEGAS) is to explain to young people in rural areas not only Bumiputras but also non Bumiputras, to develop interests on technical education to become technical workers in future. The campaign will emphasise on Bumiputeras as they must know that technical education does not involve difficult academic studies like before.
He believes there will be more technical jobs coming up in future with industrial development that will bring about tremendous changes in employment patterns. For example, the setting up of industrial plants or factories in Samalaju will require people with technical training and skills.  
He believes technical education can be done just like routine jobs provided the people have proper teachings and guidance in following them.  For example, in the 70s when Penang started to develop electronic factories, most companies gave nine months to the people to be trained as technical or electronic workers. However, most of them could do the jobs only after three months of training.  
Generally, young people must be trained to operate machines and use computers and other tools to do their jobs faster and more productive in the era of massive industrial development.  In this regard, the people in rural areas should not be worried on ways to run them. The more qualified ones can be trained to become engineers while others can be trained to do something specific and earn high income.
It is anticipated that technical workers will be needed not only in Sarawak but the whole world, which will be in shortage of them in the next 20 years.  By then the State will be competing with Australia, Singapore and probably other fast developing countries like Thailand.  For this reason, young people must realise that technical education is to prepare them for jobs in plants or factories that can give them good income. Factories will be set based on the requirements and demands of the   world market.
Pehin Sri Abdul Taib says the State's policy and programs for economic development have the objectives to minimise the socio-economic gap so that the towns can continue to develop but will not become places for the people who do not do anything and people who are jobless to gather together and hamper efforts in development with social problems.
The SCORE development program is divided into three main categories.  The first, the  development of heavy industries, the second to turn natural resources like forest, palm oil  into a more integrated development. In the case of timber industry, it will go all the way to the production of quality timber, which necessitates the upgrading of factories all the way to mechanical pulp and paper.
The current policy is to convert 20% of forests areas of 6.4 million hectares on sustainable basis to double the outputs to 20 million cubic metres of wood. Thus, the State will be able to have a good spread of the mechanical pulp and paper industries in rural areas probably in Ulu Baram, Ulu Rejang and some parts of Betong division.
The experiments on planting of quick growing species of trees indicate that Sarawak  can get at least five times more woods  over a period of eight to 10 years.  Such a development will put the development of forestry in a different light. Sarawak will be playing a different ball game that it was used to play in the old timber trade. 
The development of the agricultural sector with the concept of Halal hub will use a ladder technology namely biotechnology to produce food that will be totally organic, and free from chemical and antibiotics. The food from Halal hub can command premium in the world market because they are being produced in accordance with the requirements of the Islamic law that emphasises on cleaner and more hygienic food production.
The process of production using bio –technology will be subject to more close supervision to ensure they will adhere strictly to Halal law and regulations.  The development of Halal Industry will benefit not only Tanjung Manis but new areas like Tunoh highland, Betong and Sri Aman divisions. 
The economic development program, if successfully carried out should be able to bring about a more balanced development between urban and rural areas, which are   generally still under - developed.    They lack infrastructure and still lose people with qualifications moving to towns. As a result they do not have the support in a situation, which lacks everything.  The people, with some qualifications, have to migrate to towns or cities as they cannot find jobs that can give them good salaries in their own places.
Therefore, the people regardless of whether they are Malays, Ibans, Bidayuhs, Melanaus, Orang Ulu or any others, must endeavour to change their ways of doing things in order to get high incomes from what ever they do.    In this respect, young people, who are still in schools, must ask how they can adjust to the new situation that produces more things with less effort by using brains and more tools or equipments.
Basically our children must be able to see employment opportunities that can give them  high salaries through technical education.  Therefore, parents and teachers and school going children must know that SCORE represents a new form of economy that differs greater from those previously being carried out. 
They must prepare themselves for new jobs that will be able in high demands towards achieving the objective of vision 2030.  It will not be a surprise that Sarawak will attain the high income economy earlier than other parts of Malaysia.
As Sarawak moves to a higher level of industrial development, through the development of SCORE, it will create a new pattern of employment that will be biased toward those with technical training, skills and expertise from next year onward, more so towards the year 2030.
 It is projected that more than 1 millions jobs will be created and 52% of them will be semi-skilled technical workers upwards. The State's transformation from the medium income to high income economy will requires at least 32% of the workers to be semi-skilled ones in order to earn high incomes for the State and country.
It is projected that the development of SCORE area will create more than 1 million jobs, 55% of them in SCORE development area. The others will be in Betong, Sri Aman, Kuching and Samarahan in the South and Miri in the North. In other words, the development of SCORE will create new opportunities for all surrounding areas and not only the mid region of Sarawak. Kuching will also benefit from the spin off of the development of green energy. The hi-tech projects will go to Kuching while the tourism industry will be centred in Miri, which has set itself to specialize in the activities as a resort city.

The SCORE development area stretches from Tanjung Manis all the way to Samalaju, down south to Kapit and Baram.  The development will create a lot of opportunities in terms of real property development, which may contribute to a big shift in the population towards the year 2020 and beyond.  

The education sector will benefit the most in industrial development with the necessity to produce conservatively 60% of technical workers, about 25% as semi skilled workers and about 15%, managerial and professional workers. A clearer picture will emerge shortly to show the State's actual need for technical workers.
Generally, Sarawak will produce things not only for the country but for the world.  It will import raw materials and process them as semi or fully manufactured goods. More job opportunities will be created in the process. More and more investors have indicated their interests to invest in Sarawak, which will be able to offer reasonably priced electricity and trainable manpower for the operations and maintenance of industries. 
Hence, the development of SCORE emphasizes on technical and management or business education as it provides two channels in education to enable the new generations with management and technical skills to work in a more organised manner.  For example, those who can operate machines, use computers and get access to the Internet should be able to do their jobs with greater efficiency and productivity. 
Hence, the planning and implementation of SCORE take in consideration the necessity to train people to acquire skills and expertise in handling machines to do their jobs in plants or factories in Samalaju or any other places.  In this respect, human development is being made an important component in the overall preparations to attract more investors to Sarawak, SCORE development area in particular.
Chief Minister, Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud, in his recent speech during a gathering to mark the 10th Anniversary of Betong division, says the State has a program   to produce hundreds of thousands of engineers, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers at degree and of diploma levels. A quarter million young people will be trained at vocational schools and polytechnics to become welders, wiremen and other technical workers. Hence, the new generation must focus their preparations on the kinds of jobs that will come up in future.
He says the setting up of Tabung Ekonomi Gagasan Anak Sarawak (TEGAS) is to explain to young people in rural areas not only Bumiputras but also non Bumiputras, to develop interests on technical education to become technical workers in future. The campaign will emphasise on Bumiputeras as they must know that technical education does not involve difficult academic studies like before.
He believes there will be more technical jobs coming up in future with industrial development that will bring about tremendous changes in employment patterns. For example, the setting up of industrial plants or factories in Samalaju will require people with technical training and skills.  
He believes technical education can be done just like routine jobs provided the people have proper teachings and guidance in following them.  For example, in the 70s when Penang started to develop electronic factories, most companies gave nine months to the people to be trained as technical or electronic workers. However, most of them could do the jobs only after three months of training.  
Generally, young people must be trained to operate machines and use computers and other tools to do their jobs faster and more productive in the era of massive industrial development.  In this regard, the people in rural areas should not be worried on ways to run them. The more qualified ones can be trained to become engineers while others can be trained to do something specific and earn high income.
It is anticipated that technical workers will be needed not only in Sarawak but the whole world, which will be in shortage of them in the next 20 years.  By then the State will be competing with Australia, Singapore and probably other fast developing countries like Thailand.  For this reason, young people must realise that technical education is to prepare them for jobs in plants or factories that can give them good income. Factories will be set based on the requirements and demands of the   world market.
Pehin Sri Abdul Taib says the State's policy and programs for economic development have the objectives to minimise the socio-economic gap so that the towns can continue to develop but will not become places for the people who do not do anything and people who are jobless to gather together and hamper efforts in development with social problems.
The SCORE development program is divided into three main categories.  The first, the  development of heavy industries, the second to turn natural resources like forest, palm oil  into a more integrated development. In the case of timber industry, it will go all the way to the production of quality timber, which necessitates the upgrading of factories all the way to mechanical pulp and paper.
The current policy is to convert 20% of forests areas of 6.4 million hectares on sustainable basis to double the outputs to 20 million cubic metres of wood. Thus, the State will be able to have a good spread of the mechanical pulp and paper industries in rural areas probably in Ulu Baram, Ulu Rejang and some parts of Betong division.
The experiments on planting of quick growing species of trees indicate that Sarawak  can get at least five times more woods  over a period of eight to 10 years.  Such a development will put the development of forestry in a different light. Sarawak will be playing a different ball game that it was used to play in the old timber trade. 
The development of the agricultural sector with the concept of Halal hub will use a ladder technology namely biotechnology to produce food that will be totally organic, and free from chemical and antibiotics. The food from Halal hub can command premium in the world market because they are being produced in accordance with the requirements of the Islamic law that emphasises on cleaner and more hygienic food production.
The process of production using bio –technology will be subject to more close supervision to ensure they will adhere strictly to Halal law and regulations.  The development of Halal Industry will benefit not only Tanjung Manis but new areas like Tunoh highland, Betong and Sri Aman divisions. 
The economic development program, if successfully carried out should be able to bring about a more balanced development between urban and rural areas, which are   generally still under - developed.    They lack infrastructure and still lose people with qualifications moving to towns. As a result they do not have the support in a situation, which lacks everything.  The people, with some qualifications, have to migrate to towns or cities as they cannot find jobs that can give them good salaries in their own places.
Therefore, the people regardless of whether they are Malays, Ibans, Bidayuhs, Melanaus, Orang Ulu or any others, must endeavour to change their ways of doing things in order to get high incomes from what ever they do.    In this respect, young people, who are still in schools, must ask how they can adjust to the new situation that produces more things with less effort by using brains and more tools or equipments.
Basically our children must be able to see employment opportunities that can give them  high salaries through technical education.  Therefore, parents and teachers and school going children must know that SCORE represents a new form of economy that differs greater from those previously being carried out. 
They must prepare themselves for new jobs that will be able in high demands towards achieving the objective of vision 2030.  It will not be a surprise that Sarawak will attain the high income economy earlier than other parts of Malaysia.

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saragigibesi: Kembali pulang dari <b>Miri</b>, <b>Sarawak</b>

Posted: 13 Feb 2012 01:01 AM PST


Alhamdulillah, saya sudah selamat sampai di Bintulu. Setelah tiga hari berada di Miri, Sarawak.
First day dekat Sekolah Miri
One word - SMV Miri is the best lah! Rindunya dekat bebudak sana :')
Saya buat kali pertamanya menjadi fasilitator. Phewww scary gila. Memang tak biasa kalau korang nak tahu.
Apamacam? Omeyy tak saya pakai vest UPM? Ehehehe. Jangan jello ;D
Banyak benda saya dapat dekat sana. Dapat bunga, dapat bb pin, dapat nombor telefon dan yang penting dapat kenal dengan budak-budak sana. Sayang gilaa dekat adik-adik semua :'D

Bunga yang diberikan oleh salah satu adik di sekolah tersebut. Masa nyanyi lagu jiwang, dia turun pentas dan terus bagi dekat saya. Awwww so sweet kan :)

Siapa conteng muka saya? Hurmm budak-budak nakal yang conteng.
Bak kata fasilitator lain, Sara, sporting sikit. Adoi so, terpaksa lah terima contengan dari diorang -,-

Adik-adik dekat Sekolah Miri.

Semasa penutupan. Pakai baju asrama.Ohh rindu gila dekat asrama Durah :')



Kumpulan satu - Hebat yeahhh ;D

Budak-budak lelaki memang suka tangkap gambar dengan facilitator perempuan. Ahahaa comel.

These are my two fav boys. Ahahaha dengan budak kecik pun bolehlah Sara Joe ;p
This is me with my new gay friend. Eh guy friend. Ahaha tersilap.
Aku suka kawan dengan kau Kimi. Kau the best. Kau suka perempuan ni eh sampai suruh aku temankan kau? Ahaha mengadakan kau ;D
Saya dengan kawan saya, Yen. Nama nak glamor je kau kan.Meh aku terbalikkan nama kau *Ney
Ahahaha comel jugak kan nama kau *Ney :)



He is so handsome! Siapa setuju dia ni handsome? Ehehehe
Tapi malangnya dia bukan sama agama dengan saya. Macam nak couple je ngen dia hihi kgedik ;p
Masa ni nak pergi  makan, then sempat ada satu group perempuan ni ajak saya bergambar.
Dah lah panggil saya akak kecik. Malu akak dibuatnya adik-adik ni :')
Cuba cari sayaaaa kalau jumpa ;p
Sangat sedih tinggalkan diaorang semua. Hurmmm papepun time still goes on. Masa tak berhenti untuk sesiapapun. Walaupun untuk Perdana Menteri.Ahaha ktetiba jeww ;D

I love you guyssss so so so much. Muahhh ;*


Kbai semua and Assalamualaikum

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KELAB SETIA SMK <b>MARUDI</b>: KHEMAH KERJA KELAB SETIA <b>...</b>

Posted: 23 Mar 2012 04:01 AM PDT

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Khemah Kerja Kelab Setia 1Malaysia Peringkat Negeri Sarawak 2012 ini telah dadakan bertempat di Taman Negara Similajau, Bintulu pada 10-13 Mac 2012 yang lepas. Seramai 6 orang pelajar dari SMK Marudi telah menyertai program ini ...

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PAS Kawasan Miri: Penduduk <b>Di</b> Sungai Niah Terancam?

Posted: 27 Mar 2012 10:40 AM PDT

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Jofri Jaraiee PAS Miri, Sarawak English version. Jetty in the Niah River Not Safe for Users! Niah - Niah town located in the district of Subis, there are several villages in the area, such as Kpg Sepupok, Kpg Masjid, Kpg Dagang ...

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Penternakan Burung Walet <b>di</b> Mukah hingga ke <b>Daro</b>, <b>Sarawak</b> telah

Posted: 13 Feb 2012 04:56 AM PST

Assalamualaikum dan salam 1Malaysia....kepada usahawan-usahawan dan bakal usahawan yang baru menceburi mahupun yang telah menceburi dalam dunia industri penternakan burung walet Malaysia....hari demi hari berlalu banyak rumah burung yang dibina "bagai cendawan tumbuh selepas hujan"...
Dikawasan Mukah hingga ke Daro, banyak rumah burung yang dibina kerana di kawasan ini terdapat berjuta ekor burung walet dan merupakan laluan mereka pergi balik serta sarang yang dihasilkan burung walet di kawasan ini dikatakan mempunyai gred yang tinggi yang menyebabkan ramai usahawan yang membinanya rumah burung tersebut....jom kita layan zzZZzzzZ....




lihatlah di sebuah premis nie...
tingkat bawah tempat berniaga manakala di tingkat sebelah atas pula dijadikan tempat penternakan burung walet....lihatlah tu banyak burung walet terbang diatasnya...
tadi dari luaran saja kan dan sekarang di bahagian dalam BH nie pula...
banyak betul burung walet didalam BH ini....mesti cepat mereka membuat sarang kalau dah macam nie ha...
Gambar-Gambar BH yang diambil ini merupakan yang terdapat di sekitar perjalanan dari Mukah ke Daro, Sarawak....

Ini merupakan sebuah BH yang terdapat di jalan pantai Kampung Sungai Alo, Mukah...pemilihan kawasan yang baik kerana dikelilingi hutan tempat burung walet untuk mendapatkan makanan....



Sebuah BH yang terdapat di Kampung Petian, Mukah...
nampak kecil je kan tapi dalamnya betul2 holiow..
Sebuah lagi BH yang ideal kerana berdekatan dengan hutan punca sumber makanan walet...
BH ini terdapat di Kampung Judan, Mukah...
Mukah swiftlets eko-park yang terdapat di Kampung Penat, Oya/Dalat...
Disini menempatkan belasan buah BH dan ada lagi yang dalam proses pembinaan....
ini pon sama juga Mukah swiftlets eko-park....
ini merupakan BH dalam proses pembinaan...yang pertama sudah siap manakala dua lagi dalam perjalanan pembinaan....
bila di pandang dari jauh nampak macam sekolah je....tapi bukan sekolah sebenarnya rumah burung lh...
idea yang kreatif dan BH ini dibina berdekatan dengan hutan...senang lh walet mencari makanannya...
BH ini terdapat di Daro, Sarawak...
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Jawatan Kosong <b>di</b> PUSTAKA <b>Negeri Sarawak</b>

Posted: 01 Apr 2012 01:54 PM PDT

[KLIK] KONGSIKAN KEPADA RAKAN ANDA DI FACEBOOK

Pustaka Negeri Sarawak merupakan pusat sumber maklumat yang utama dan sebagai pembekal perkhidmatan maklumat kepada sektor awam dan swasta. Pustaka akan mengadakan rangkaian ke perpustakaan, pusat arkib dan pusat maklumat di seluruh Sarawak dan juga Malaysia. Pustaka juga menyediakan laluan untuk mengakses pusat maklumat antarabangsa. Pustaka berperanan sebagai pusat maklumat dan pusat budaya masyarakat.

Permohonan adalah dipelawa daripada warga negara Malaysia yang bermastautin di Sarawak bagi mengisi kekosongan jawatan seperti berikut:

1. Pembantu Perpustakaan

2. Pembantu Tadbir

KLIK SINI UNTUK IKLAN JAWATAN DAN CARA MEMOHON

Tarikh Tutup Permohonan: 9 April 2012

Jawatan Kosong <b>di</b> Kementerian Kesihatan <b>Negeri Sarawak</b> - April <b>...</b>

Posted: 01 Apr 2012 12:56 PM PDT

IKLAN JAWATAN KOSONG : Klik sini

JAWATAN KUMPULAN SOKONGAN 2

1. PEMBANTU PERAWATAN KESIHATAN GRED U3

2. PEMANDU KENDERAAN R3

3. PEKERJA AWAM KHAS (OTOKLEB) GRED R3

4. PEKERJA AWAM KHAS (PEMANDU MOTOBOT)
GRED R3

5. PEKERJA AWAM GRED R1

6. PEMANDU AM PEJABAT GRED N1

Permohonan adalah dipelawa daripada warganegara Malaysia yang berkelayakan
bagi mengisi kekosongan jawatan-jawatan berkenaan di Jabatan Kesihatan Negeri 1
Sarawak.

JAWATAN

Pembantu Perawatan Kesihatan U3

KUMPULAN PERKHIDMATAN

Sokongan

DESKRIPSI TUGAS

Bertanggungjawab melaksanakan tugas pembersihan dan membantu
melaksanakan tugas-tugas asas berkaitan penjagaan pesakit, penyediaan
peralatan, mengambil dan merekod data pesakit dan tugas-tugas lain yang
seumpamanya.

GRED DAN JADUAL GAJI

Gred U3

P1T1 RM 709.59 - P1T18 RM 1452.85

P1T1 RM 752.06 - P1T18 RM 1531.25

P1T1 RM 796.16 - P1T18 RM 1611.23

SYARAT LANTIKAN

Calon-calon yang memohon hendaklah memenuhi kriteria-kriteria berikut:

(a) Warganegara Malaysia;

(b) Berumur tidak kurang dari 25 tahun dan tidak melebihi 45 tahun pada tarikh
tutup iklan jawatan;

(c) Memiliki Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia atau kelayakan yang diiktiraf setaraf
dengannya oleh Kerajaan dan;

(d) Boleh bertutur, membaca dan menulis dalam Bahasa Malaysia dengan
memuaskan

JAWATAN

Pemandu Kenderaan Gred R3

KUMPULAN PERKHIDMATAN

Sokongan

DESKRIPSI TUGAS

Memandu kenderaan jabatan seperti ambulan, bas, lori dan lain-lain dengan
berdisplin serta mematuhi peraturan jalanraya. Memeriksa dan memastikan
keadaan kenderaan seperti tayar, minyak, minyak pelincir, air dan bateri berada
dalam keadaan memuaskan dan melaporkan sebarang kerosakan atau
kemalangan kepada Ketua Jabatan dengan segera.

GRED DAN JADUAL GAJI

Gred R3

P1T1 RM 701.42- P1T17 RM 1354.86

P1T1 RM 743.89- P1T17 RM 1423.41

P1T1 RM 787.99- P1T17 RM 1493.59

SYARAT LANTIKAN

Calon-calon yang memohon hendaklah memenuhi kriteria-kriteria berikut:

(a) Warganegara Malaysia;

(b) Berumur tidak kurang dari 25 tahun dan tidak melebihi 45 tahun pada tarikh
tutup iklan jawatan;

(c) Memiliki kelayakan Penilaian Rendah Menengah (PMR) atau kelayakan yang
diiktiraf setaraf dengannya oleh Kerajaan dan;

(d) memiliki Lesen Memandu Kelas D/E/E1/E2/F/G/H/I mana berkenaan yang
dikeluarkan oleh Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan (JPJ); [Kecuali Lesen
Memandu Dalam Tempoh Percubaan (P)]; dan

(e) berkebolehan memandu, mengendali dan menyelenggara kenderaan
bermotor berkenaan yang diliputi oleh skim perkhidmatan ini; dan

(f) Boleh bertutur, membaca dan menulis dalam Bahasa Malaysia dengan
memuaskan

JAWATAN

Pekerja Awam Khas (Otokleb) Gred R3

KUMPULAN PERKHIDMATAN

Sokongan

DESKRIPSI TUGAS

Mempastikan autoclave berada dalam keadaan baik, mengawasi perjalanan
pensterilan serta memastikan ianya diproses mengikut peraturan yang
ditetapkan dan menjaga kebersihan autoclave dan kawasan sekitarnya serta
tugas-tugas lain yang seumpama dengannya.

GRED DAN JADUAL GAJI

Gred R3

P1T1 RM 701.42- P1T17 RM 1354.86

P1T1 RM 743.89- P1T17 RM 1423.41

P1T1 RM 787.99- P1T17 RM 1493.59

SYARAT LANTIKAN

Calon-calon yang memohon hendaklah memenuhi kriteria-kriteria berikut:

(a) Warganegara Malaysia;

(b) Berumur tidak kurang dari 18 tahun dan tidak melebihi 45 tahun pada tarikh
tutup iklan jawatan;

(c) Memiliki kelayakan Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) atau kelayakan yang
diiktiraf setaraf dengannya oleh Kerajaan dan;

(d) Boleh bertutur, membaca dan menulis dalam Bahasa Malaysia dengan
memuaskan

JAWATAN

Pekerja Awam Gred R1

KUMPULAN PERKHIDMATAN

Sokongan

DESKRIPSI TUGAS

Membersihkan kawasan persekitaran pejabat, memotong rumput, mengutip
sampah, menanam dan menjaga pokok-pokok bunga, mengangkat barang-
barang dan lain-lain tugas yang seumpama dengannya.

GRED DAN JADUAL GAJI

Gred R1

P1T1 RM 647.51- P1T14 RM 1178.43

P1T1 RM 689.98 - P1T14 RM 1242.09

P1T1 RM 734.08 - P1T14 RM 1307.38

SYARAT LANTIKAN

Calon-calon yang memohon hendaklah memenuhi kriteria-kriteria berikut:

(a) Warganegara Malaysia;

(b) Berumur tidak kurang dari 18 tahun dan tidak melebihi 45 tahun pada tarikh
tutup iklan jawatan;

(c) Memiliki kelayakan Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) atau kelayakan yang
diiktiraf setaraf dengannya oleh Kerajaan dan;

(d) Boleh bertutur, membaca dan menulis dalam Bahasa Malaysia dengan
memuaskan

Permohonan hendaklah dibuat di laman web Sistem Pengurusan Pengambilan
Atas Talian (SPAT), Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia berikut:
http://jobkkm.moh.gov.my

Tiada borang manual atau penghantaran surat kepada Jabatan Kesihatan Negeri
Sarawak yang akan dilayan. Semua permohonan jawatan harus melalui laman
web di atas. Pemohon bertanggungjawab untuk mengisi maklumat yang lengkap
dan benar ke dalam laman web di atas.

Permohonan perlu dilakukan sebelum pukul 11.59 malam pada 2 April 2012.

Panggilan Temuduga

Hanya calon yang layak selepas asas untuk penapisan Kementerian
Kesihatan Malaysia sahaja yang akan dipanggil temuduga.

Segala perbelanjaan untuk menghadiri temuduga adalah di bawah
tanggungan sendiri

Pemilihan Calon Yang Berjaya

Adalah dimaklumkan bahawa pemilihan calon yang berjaya untuk temuduga
adalah dilakukan oleh Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia dan bukannya Jabatan
Kesihatan Negeri Sarawak berdasarkan calon-calon yang mengisi laman web
http://jobkkm.moh.gov.my.

Penempatan/Kekosongan

Tertakluk kepada kekosongan jawatan di seluruh Sarawak.

 

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