Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam, Kedah – SPA Kedah has been approved by the State Council New South Wales (Legislative Assembly) on August 24, 1959 in the ‘State Public Service Commission Enactment 1959’ or the State Services Commission Enactment Year 1959. Enactment has attained the support of His Majesty the Sultan of Kedah in October 20, 1959 and was signed on October 29, 1959.
The Commission is composed of a ‘Chairman’ and three ‘Members’ and assisted by the Secretariat of the Commission consists of a ‘secretary’, five of the Administrative Assistant, two Administrative Assistant (Typist) and two General Workers.
Under Section 8 (1), Enactment of Kedah State Public Service Commission 1959, the Commission is responsible for the appointment, confirmation, pension status, promotion, change and exercise disciplinary control of public service personnel under its jurisdiction. Responsibilities change as the above does not include changes that do not change position in a government department.
The power of promotion and disciplinary control is exercised by the Promotion Board and the Disciplinary Board established under the regulations of the board of both the KPU as Volume 38 No. 15. 22 in 1995 and KPU Volume 40 No. 15. 19 of 1997 but the Commission is still functioning as a Board of Appeal for both.
Public Service Commission, Kedah is the Disciplinary Authority in respect of the officer holding or acting executive secretary of the Government and the State Financial Officer and the power to dismiss or downgrade the officers in the Senior Management and the Management and Professional. Promotion to Grade C and above were also conducted by this Commission.
Qualified Malaysian citizens are invited to apply to fill vacancies in the service of State of Government (preference will be given to the people of Kedah Darul Aman) as set out below:
PEGAWAI TADBIR N41
PEGAWAI HAL EHWAL ISLAM S41
PEGAWAI SHARIAH LS41
PENOLONG PEGAWAI VETERINAR G29
PENOLONG PEGAWAI PERTANIAN G29
PENOLONG JURUTERA (KEJURUTERAAN AWAM) JA29
PENOLONG PEGAWAI PERANCANG BANDAR DAN DESA JA29
PEMBANTU PEMBANGUNAN MASYARAKAT S19
PEMBANTU TADBIR (PERKERANIAN / OPERASI) N19
PENGHANTAR NOTIS N11
How to apply
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Perbadanan Perpustakaan Awam Pulau Pinang – PPAPP or The Penang Public Library Corporation (PPLC) started its services in January 1973 after it took over the management of Penang Library, the first subscription library in Malaysia since its services started in 1817. Enactment PPAPP 1972 that was passed by the Penang State Legislative Assembly on the 7th August 1972 specifies that PPLC is the Corporation to provide library services and facilities to the public in Penang and to further increase the use of information and library materials in the state.
The Penang Public Library Corporation now has a network of electronic libraries that is able to cater to the needs of the Penang public and at the same time manages to narrow the gap between the information rich and the information poor where all libraries are connected on line. Presently the corporation has one (1) central library in Seberang Jaya, five (5) branches that are in George Town, Balik Pulau, Bukit Mertajam, Jawi and a Children’s Library in Scotland Road, George Town. There are two (2) town libraries, each in Bagan Ajam and Simpang Ampat and Three (3) more ini shopping complexes that is in KOMTAR, Mayang Mall in Bayan Baru and AEON Seberang Perai City. The Corporation also has a network of cyber village libraries spread all over Penang totaling fourty eight (48) and another thirty three (33) village libraries funded and built by the National Library Malaysia.
Alongside these static libraries, the corporation has twelve (12) mobile libraries making stops at places without a village library. Two (2) of these mobiles libraries have been renovated and modified to the needs of disabled persons. Compared to the other mobile libraries. these two mobile libraries have some differences in terms of its collection and games. This is one of the way the corporation hopes to service the public with due regard to the disabled so that this special user group will not be left behind in getting information and knowledge.
PPAPP responsibility to provide good library service, high quality and comprehensive for all people in Penang.
Ensure collection of PPAPP upgradeable to 70 000 books and 6000 material’s media.
Ensure 60% of PPAPP collection are in malay which is intended to make PPAPP as language centre of excellence.
Period to ensure that the use of media meterials within 10 minutes maintained.
All enquiries to ensure that simple and no need more research completed within 15 minutes, where as the tough questions and need more research completed within 1 day.
Ensure that the membership for each member registration completed within 15 minutes.
Ensure that the loan and return services completed for each member within 5 minutes.
Contact Perbadanan Perpustakaan Awam Pulau Pinang
JKR 2118 Jalan Perpustakaan, Seberang Jaya, 13700 Prai, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia 13700 Malaysia Phone: +604-3902387 (kaunter) +604-3971058 (Pejabat) Fax: +604-3970226 www.penanglib.gov.my
Majlis Perbandaran Ampang Jaya – MPAJ or Ampang Jaya Municipal Council is a local authority which administers Ampang, Ulu Klang and other areas. This agency is under the Selangor state government. MPAJ is responsible for public health and sanitation, waste removal and management, town planning, environmental protection and building control, social and economic development and general maintenance of urban infrastructure. The MPAJ main headquarters is located at Pandan Indah.
Origin of name ‘Ampang’
Ampang name is derived from the construction of dams being built in Bukit Belacan to urban areas Ampang (currently known as Ampang Point) by Chinese miners to work the tin mines.
Kepelatan among Chinese pronunciation cause the word ‘dam’ to ‘ampang.
History Ampang Kuala Lumpur is related to history as developed by the same people of Yap Ah Loy (Chinese mine operators). The original inhabitants of the Malays in Ampang area are descendants of Bugis from Indonesia.
Mukim Ampang is the smallest county in the district. Is 3,859 hectares in area. There are 12 villages in Mukim Ampang, among which are: –
Kampung Melayu Ampang
Permai Lake Village
Lake Village Extension
Ampang Village Mixed
Kampung Ampang Indah
Kampung Cheras New
Pre Ampang Merdeka
King Abdullah was the first King of the Klang District has opened the tin mines in Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.
King Abdullah has led a total of 87 Chinese workers from Boro and live in the Klang River. While he and his followers reached the crossroads of the Klang River and Gombak Rivers he has named the place as’ Lumpor.
After Japan’s defeat in the Second World War and the defeat of the transition between the reign of the British government, Malaya, was dominated by communists or so-called Three Stars (within fourteen days of communist rule Malaya).
Pursuant to this rule, Bukit Belacan located in Ampang has been made of the Japanese followers beheaded by the communists.
During the May 13 incident that occurred in 1969, Ampang is not involved in any arguments, fights or bloodshed due to strict controls that are arranged by the government at the time as well as the wisdom of the leaders of the community take care of the Malays and Chinese sentiments.
Contact MAJLIS PERBANDARAN AMPANG JAYA, Menara MPAJ Jalan Pandan Utama, Pandan Indah, Selangor 55100 Kuala Lumpur Talian Utama : 03-4296 8000 Faksimili: 03-4296 8050 Talian Bebas Tol Aduan: 1800-22-8100
About Majlis Agama Islam dan Adat Istiadat Melayu Kelantan (MAIK)
Majlis Agama Islam Dan Adat Istiadat Melayu Kelantan – MAIK was established on 17 Safar 1334 H corresponding December 24, 1915. establishment is aimed at advising Down Majesty the Sultan as the Head of the Religion of State relating to the affairs of religion and Malay customs Bihar.
Its establishment was opened by the late Sultan Muhammad IV who ruled Bihar at that time. The Council was originally located in Building Land and District Office in front of the palace of Kota Bharu Central.
Later on August 19, 1917, the building was moved to its own building which is in a wooden building in the adjoint Masjid Muhammadi. Council eventually moved to New Building on February 16, 1990
Contact MAIK – Majlis Agama Islam Dan Adat Istiadat Melayu Kelantan Kompleks Balai Islam Lundang,15200 Kota Bharu, Kelantan Talian Bebas Tol : 1-800-88-6060 No Telefon : 09-7481512 No Faks : 09-7485512
Lembaga Kemajuan Ikan Malaysia – LKIM or Fisheries Development Authority of Malaysia (LKIM) is an authorized body under the Ministry of Agriculture and Agriculture Base Industry that was incorporated under Act 49, Malaysia Fisheries Development Board Act 1971. This act took effect on all states within Peninsular Malaysia on November 1st 1971; in Sarawak on July 1st 1973; and in Sabah on August 1st 1995.
Pioneer in National Fishermen and Fisheries Industry Development.
Creating a developed, independent and progressive fishermen community
Increase production and ensure the national fish supply is sufficient and complying with standards
Provide modern and integrated fishery infrastructure facilities
Create competent human resources
Establish a progressive fishermen’s community by 2015
Increase the national fishery harvesting sector productivity to 1.7% annually
Facilitate the increase of aquaculture production up to 10% by 2015
Support the Agro-based Industry development
Increase marketing efficiency and marketing pathway
Transform the national fishery infrastructure by 2015
Increase competency of officers and staff-members effective as of 2011
Establish a permanent communication system by 2015.
Contact Fisheries Development Authority of Malaysia Wisma LKIM, Jalan Desaria, Pulau Meranti, 47120 Puchong, Selangor. Phone: 03-8064 9000 Faks: 03-8060 3726 (Director General Office) Email: [email protected]
Jawatan Kosong Lembaga Kemajuan Ikan Malaysia (LKIM)
Lembaga Kemajuan Ikan Malaysia (LKIM) invites qualified Malaysians to fill the positions as below: –
PENOLONG JURUTERA JA29
PEMBANTU TADBIR (PERKERANIAN/OPERASI) N17 (P/O)
PEMBANTU TADBIR (KEWANGAN) W17(K)
PEMBANTU AKAUNTAN W17
PEMBANTU AKAUNTAN W17
PEMBANTU JURUAUDIT W17(A)
PEMBANTU OPERASI N11
PEMANDU KENDERAAN H11
Further information and how to apply, please follow :
Pos Malaysia Berhad is the exclusive provider of mail services in Malaysia. With more than 175 years of existence in the country, its vast experience forms a strong backbone, supporting the massive restructuring it underwent when it became a corporate entity in 1992. The blend of its solid market strength and market freedom enables Pos Malaysia Berhad to explore and adapt to new business opportunities beyond the ‘traditional postal services’ and thus, stay ahead of its competitors.
In 2003 Pos Malaysia Berhad restructured its entire operation unit into three Strategic Business Units. Determine to be more focused on its various customers and marketplace, Pos Malaysia Berhad now consists of:
Managing an average of 4 million mail items every day, PosMel is focused in providing day-to-day mailing services both general public and retail customers
Being the sole national courier provider, Pos Laju aggressively aims to be the preferred courier service among its foreign competitors.
This unit is responsible in heightening the accessibility of the national’s postal services via its extensive network of over 700 outlets and Pos Malaysia’s transaction portal to reach Malaysians in every corner of the country.
At Pos Malaysia Berhad, discovered that the secret to business survival lies in human relationships. Thus, Pos Malaysia Berhad constantly invests in identifying, evaluating and maximising the human capital that drives the organisation and innovating solutions to improve its products and services to fulfill the increasing demands of its customers.
Pos Malaysia Berhad continues to reinvent itself to stay focused, competitive and continues to connect Malaysians with the world. Postcode by postcode.
KOPERASI PERMODALAN FELDA MALAYSIA BERHAD or FELDA Investment Co-operative was established on July 1, 1980 under the Cooperative Ordinance 1948. Aiming to make KPF as a means of saving and investment Felda members. The establishment of this KPF has highlighted FELDA wishes to give a fair chance to join its settlers to own equity in Felda companies through KPF also a vision and concern for the advancement of its settlers Felda.
Intent to establish KPF as a storage container & investment settlers were triggered in the Board Meeting FELDA to 102 on January 15, 1980 The chaired by YM Raja Tan Sri Muhammad Alias??. With a strong commitment of management time, then operative FELDA Capital Malaysia Berhad was incorporated on July 1, 1980 Under the Cooperative Ordinance 1948 (Replaced by the Societies Act 1993).
The establishment of this KPF has highlighted FELDA wishes to give a fair chance to join its settlers to own equity in Felda companies by KPF. KPF has become the platform of its settlers savings and investment center. Inception is also a vision and concern for the advancement of its settlers Felda.
Candidates must possess at least a Diploma in Finance / Accountancy / Banking or equivalent.
Experience in auditing is an advantage
Ability to work independently within a team context.
Required language is Bahasa Malaysia and English
2. Pembantu Eksekutif IT
Candidates must possess at least a Diploma in IT.
Required skill(s): Experience with Web and Window applications development using ASP.Net and VB.Net.
Experience with SAP interface programming.
Experience with SQL Server reporting and integrations.
Ability to work independently within a team context.
Required language(s): Bahasa Malaysia and English
At least 2 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
3. Investment Executive and Account Executive
Candidate must possess at least a Degree in Economics, Finance/Accountancy/Banking or equivalent.
Required skill(s): financial modeling, analytical capacity, excellent communicator – verbal and written, resourceful and strong time management skills, and ability to work independently within a team context.
Required language(s): Bahasa Malaysia and English.
At least 1-2 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
Further information and how to apply, please follow :
Lembaga Koko Malaysia or The Malaysian Cocoa Board (MCB) is a federal statutory research and development agency under the Ministry of Plantation Industries and Comodities (previously called Ministry of Primary Industries Malaysia). It was established under the Act of Parliament 343(incorporated) in 1988 and has been in operation since 1989. The main objective is to develop the cocoa industry in Malaysia to be well integrated and competitive in the global market. Emphasis is given to increasing productivity and efficiency in cocoa bean production and increasing downstream activities.
The main functions of MCB cover:-
To conduct and promote research on production, processing, storage and consumption;
To conduct and coordinate activities and policies on research;
To improve quality;
To regulate marketing activities;
To collect and disseminate information;
To supervise and coordinate cocoa related activities that cover processing, storage, regulatory and marketing.
Research and Development Research and Development (R&D) is the major activities of MCB. Research programmes and projects are carried out to address the various problems and needs of the cocoa planting and downstream industry. The objectives are to acquire knowhow and to develop technologies and planting materials that could lead to increase in productivity, reduction in production cost and labour requirement, improvement in the quality of cocoa beans and cocoa products, development of new range of cocoa products and new uses as well as enhancement in competitive edge of Malaysian cocoa beans and cocoa products.
Market Development and Techno-Economy The objective of market development is to increase market share of Malaysian cocoa beans and cocoa products in the international and domestic market. The activities include international and domestic promotion. International promotion is carried out through trade and technical missions, and international expositions. Domestic promotion is undertaken through cocoa fairs, school promotion programme and exhibitions. Goodness of cocoa is the main theme for promotion. Whereas, the techno-economy programme is to look at the economics of production from raw cocoa beans up to the final cocoa products through R&D and census. Information on cocoa prices, market situation and other related statistics are made available for use by the industry.
Regulatory and Quality Control Licensing and grading is carried out to ensure the quality of Malaysian cocoa beans to meet the required Malaysian standards. MCB undertakes to license wet cocoa bean processors, cocoa traders, cocoa grinders and cocoa graders. It is also the responsibility of MCB to set guidelines and standards for cocoa beans and cocoa products, and regulatory.
Target Groups Development MCB will continue to implement the programme for target groups development which include cocoa smallholders and handmade chocolate entrepreneurs. The target groups development programme is an integrated part of the extension and development programme of MCB. The main objective of the smallholder development programme is to increase the productivity of the cocoa smallholders from less than 0.5 tonne/ha/year to 1.5 tonne/ha/year. The activities include visits, meetings, supply of planting materials and incentives, and training on planting technology and quality management. Whereas the objective of handmade chocolate entrepreneurs development programme is to establish Malaysian entrepreneurs that involve in handmade chocolate industry. The activities are transfer of technology, development of products and machinery, center of chocolate couverture supply, marketing and promotions, and technical and advisory services.
Extension and Transfer of Technology Workshops, seminars, field visits, demonstrations and training courses on cocoa planting technology, chocolate making and product development among others are the activities for extension and transfer of technology undertaken by MCB.
Technical and Advisory Services MCB offers technical and advisory services to the cocoa planting and downstream industry. The laboratory and pilot plant at the Cocoa Downstream Research Centre, Bandar Baru Bangi of MCB are equipped to provide services on physical, chemical and microbiological analyses of cocoa beans and cocoa products and used for research on cocoa processing and product development respectively.
Malaysian Cocoa Board, 5th,6th & 7th Floor, Wisma SEDCO, Locked Bag 211, 88999 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. Tel : (6 088-234 472/273/474/477) Faks : (6 088 239 575/253 037)