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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

400 Job vacancies for Filipinos in Germany


Employers in the healthcare sector in Germany are looking to hire more Filipinos, it has been announced. The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) said that at least 400 nurses from the Philippines are now being recruited, and qualified candidates can expect to receive a minimum salary of approximately €1,900 (Dh8,000) per month.

The positions are available through Germany’s Triple Win Project, a programme that seeks to hire suitable candidates for vacant positions in Germany on behalf of employers.According to a statement from POEA, the visa and airfare of hired applicants will be shouldered by the employer.

Who can apply

Applicants must be a Filipino citizen with Bachelor of Science in Nursing, active Philippine Nursing license and at least two years related professional experience (bedside) in hospitals, rehabilitation centres and/ or care institutions.

Those with German language proficiency, or B1 or B2 language proficiency level, are preferred. However, applicants can also opt to undergo a German language training in the Philippines to attain Level B1 proficiency, to be paid by the employer. The language training classes will be held in October and November 2018.

How to apply

Jobseekers are required to register online at www.eregister.poea.gov and also personally submit the required documents at the German Federal Employment Agency office (formerly POEA building) in Mandaluyong City, Philippines.

Applications can also be submitted to the POEA central office in Cebu by August 17, 2018, or other POEA regional offices by August 14, 2018.

Germany’s Triple Win Project is run jointly by ZAV, the Federal Employment Agency’s International Placement Services division, and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.

Only last month, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health was looking to hire 1,000 specialist nurses from the Philippines.

Monday, July 16, 2018

Seven Things Never, Ever To Say In A Job Interview

While it is difficult to find a job, the tougher task is to crack the interview. Interviews can be a nerve-racking experience for most of the job seekers. The very thought of facing a panel of professionals throwing up one question after another can give jitters to some.

While it is important to know what to say in an interview, equally essential is to know the statements that can be the ultimate deal-breakers.

1) Overconfidence is a big no-no
Overconfidence is a big no-no during the course of an interview. While exhibiting confidence is very important, you should also know when and where to draw the line as showing overconfidence will only annoy your interviewer. Experts say one must not seem arrogant during an interview.

2) Don't bad-mouth about the people you have worked with
There is no harm in expressing your thoughts, but do think once before making negative comments about the people you have worked with previously. There might be a need to refer to a person in various contexts, in pleasant or unpleasant ways, but make sure to not sound negative in your actions words. Bad-mouthing will only ruin your chances at the interview.

3) Say no to distraction
While appearing for a job interview, make sure you look sincere. Getting distracted by answering calls or texts will not leave a good impression on the interviewer. Distraction makes a candidate appear uninterested in the job.

4) Beware of a negative attitude
Complaining is never considered worthy. A job seeker should never talk negatively about their previous organisation. It is regarded as unprofessional and sets off an alarm bell in the mind of the next employer, prompting them to wonder whether the candidate may have difficulty in workplace relationships.

Candidate should only focus on what they have learned in their previous organisations without painting the employer in a negative light.

5) Do not mark a false impression
Remember the saying 'the first impression is the last impression'. This holds true in a job interview too. Experts believe that few companies' heads still believe in first impressions.

Candidates generally end up answering the questions thrown at them, what matters to the employer is your passion for work, details, skills and experience. Market yourself better to get the best deal.

6) Don't slip into altered behaviour
Those who put in an extra effort during the interview to please and appease the interviewer may end up modifying their responses and not being who they are.
The stress of not having a job in hand can cause this altered behaviour. This is a major mistake because this way you are trying to be someone else and ultimately end up losing the job to someone else.

7) Don't try to retrofit yourself to the role
One thing people do is ask for the role and declare themselves as the right fit for the role. Many people tend to do this across functions and levels, usually because of their anxiety. It is not for the candidate to ask about the role and then prove they are the right person for the job.

The expectation from the candidate is to present a clear picture of their adaptability and core competency. Do not try to retrofit your previous experience with that of the role you are interviewing for. Roles and their execution change from organisation to organisation.

Focus on the skills and competencies you bring to the table and leave it to the interviewer to assess whether it is the right competency for the role.

Sunday, July 15, 2018

The Reserve Bank of India Open New Job vacancies

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has issued a notification seeking applications for 166 Grade B posts. Here's all you need to know about the job opportunity.

Age limit: 21- 30 years; age relaxation for those with M.Phil/PhD degrees (Candidates aged between 32-34 years can apply for the posts)

Education Qualifications

For Grade 'B' (DR) General: A minimum of 60% marks (50% in case of SC/ST/PwBD) or an equivalent grade in Bachelor's degree as well as in 12th (or Diploma or equivalent) and 10th Standard examinations. The minimum qualifying percentage or an equivalent grade for the Bachelor's degree will be in aggregate for all semesters/years.

For Grade 'B' (DR) DEPR: Candidates applying for the post need to have an MA qualification, to begin with. The Master's degree should be in Economics/Econometrics /Quantitative Economics /Mathematical Economics /Integrated Economics Course/Finance and the candidate should have a minimum of 55% marks or an equivalent grade in aggregate of all semesters/years.

For Grade 'B' (DR) DSIM: A Master's degree in Statistics/ Mathematical Statistics/ Mathematical Economics/Econometrics/Statistics & Informatics from IIT-Kharagpur/Applied Statistics & Informatics from IIT-Bombay with a minimum of 55% marks or equivalent grade in aggregate of all semesters/years; OR

Master's Degree in Mathematics with a minimum of 55% marks or an equivalent grade in aggregate of all semesters/years and a one-year postgraduate diploma in Statistics or related subjects from an institute of repute; OR M. Stat. The degree of Indian Statistical Institute with a minimum of 55% marks in aggregate of all semesters/years OR

Post Graduate Diploma in Business Analytics (PGDBA) jointly offered by ISI Kolkata, IIT Kharagpur and IIM Calcutta with a minimum of 55% marks or equivalent grade in aggregate of all semesters/years.


Last date to apply: July 23

Important Dates

The tentative date for Phase-1 online exams for Grade B (DR) General: August 16
The tentative date for Phase-2 online exams for Grade B (DR) General: September 7

The tentative date for Phase-1 online exams for Grade B (DR) DEPR: August 16
The tentative date for Phase-2 online exams for Grade B (DR) DEPR: September 6/7

The tentative date for Phase-1 online exams for Grade B (DR) DSIM: August 16
The tentative date for Phase-2 online exams for Grade B (DR) DSIM: September 6/7

Thursday, July 12, 2018

India Infoline Finance Create 4,000 Jobs in India

India Infoline Finance, backed by the UK-based CDC group, has embarked on a mega hiring plan as it aims to grow loans about 25% a year as more citizens step on to the consumption ladder in the world’s fastest-expanding economy.

IIF has poached ace banker Sumit Bali from Kotak Mahindra Bank to head the non-banking unit as its chief executive officer (CEO): The company will also recruit 4,000 people this financial year. Total staff strength would reach 14,000 by March-end next year.

“ IIFL Finance may also enter into new businesses like construction finance, two wheeler and car finance where we will use Bali’s expertise,” said a senior executive, who is not authorised to talk to the media. A major recruitment drive will support such expansion plans, the person said.

The company’s board would meet in a day or two to approve such a recruitment plan. The company, a subsidiary of IIFL group, aims to attain a loan book size of over Rs 50,000 crore in the next three years from Rs 31,000 crore as on March 31.

Earlier, Bali, an IIM Ahmedabad alumnus, was leading the Kotak Mahindra Bank’s lending businesses, including home loans, loan against property (LAP), business loans, credit cards and personal loans for the salaried individuals.

He also donned the role of the CEO of Kotak Mahindra Prime. He spent more than 12 years in the new-generation private sector bank. The company is also on a branch expansion spree at a time when some lenders are going digital, offering loans.

“We see huge potential in smaller towns where personal interaction is key to gaining business,” said the person cited above.IIFL Finance looks to expand its branch strength to 1800 from about 1200 branches currently to rapidly expand across smaller cities and towns in India.

Four years ago, IIFL group appointed Rajashree Nambiar as its CEO from Standard Chartered Bank. A few months ago, she left to pursue another career opportunity.
This week, IIFL group’s wealth management firm raised Rs 750 crore from investors, including HDFC Standard Life, Amansa Capital and General Atlantic.


“We raise capital as and when there is a need for funds. Since inception, promoters have never sold any stake but always diluted to get funds into the company,” Nirmal Jain, chairman IIFL group, told ET a few days ago.

In the past one year, IIFL Holdings shares surged about 17%, outpacing the broader Sensex that rose 14% during the same period.