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Blue Pacific Car Hire Vaitele Street, Apia, Samoa
Jun 18, 2019
Full or Part Time
Must speak fluent English & Samoan Must have a Valid Driver License Must have a clean Police Report Must have good customer service and able to learn quick Must live near or around Vaitele Tai or Lefaga area All application must include; An up to date Curriculum Vitae At least 1 reference from previous employer Copies of academic qualification and/or relevant trainings A copy of a clean Police Report Submit to: Main Office Vaitele Street, Vaitele Tai
Sefe Travel Savaii, Samoa
Jun 17, 2019
Full time
Sefe Travel is looking for drivers with their own vehicle, from Savaii to Upolu. Due date: 30th June 2019
Vicky's Motel Vaitele Street, Apia, Samoa
Jun 17, 2019
Part time
Requirements: •Must be a Female, 25-45 years of age. •Must be able to speak fluently in English & Samoan both orally and in writing. •Must have excellent communication skills. •Must live near the area of Vaitele or Vaigaga. •Able to work flexible hours. •Must be reliable & honest. Responsibilities: •Ensure the office is clean & tidy. It must look presentable everyday. •Provide mutual support to other staff. •Able to comprehend simple instructions directed by Manager. •Serve clients/guests in a professional way & perform receptionist duties. •Assist in house-keeping & grounds cleaning.  •Commits to assisting/completing office task.
Hope Dialysis Center Pago Pago, Eastern District, American Samoa
Jun 17, 2019
Position Summary Registered Nurses (RNs) care for people who are sick, injured, convalescent or disabled. Under general supervision, they deliver care to patients utilizing the nursing process of assessment, planning, intervention, implementation, and evaluation, in accordance with established philosophy. RNs collaborate with other professional disciplines to ensure effective patient care delivery and achievement of desired patient outcomes. RNs effectively interact with patient and significant others, while maintaining the standard of professional nursing. The nature of the direction and supervision required for this position varies by State and job setting. Dialysis Nurses provide care and support for patients suffering from acute and chronic renal (kidney) failure. They assist pre- and during dialysis procedures, following physician orders. Position Responsibilities Dialysis Nurses provide direct and individualized nursing care to patients based on the application of scientific nursing principles. In addition to general nursing care, responsibilities of Dialysis Nurses include (but are not limited to): ▪ Primes dialyzer and bloodlines ▪ Records patients’ medical information and vital signs ▪ Readies dialysis equipment ▪ Oversees the dialysis treatment from start to finish ▪ Cannulates accesses ▪ Demonstrates the ability to remove femoral shealths & administer medications, including thrombolytics ▪ Cleans and dresses permanent and temporary catheters ▪ Monitors patient and adjusts specialized equipment used on patients, and interprets and records information ▪ Identifies irregular dialysis reactions and notifies appropriate medical team members ▪ Secures blood works ▪ Teaches patients and significant others how to manage their illness, by explaining: post-treatment home care needs, diet/nutrition/exercise programs, self-administration of medication, if needed  ▪ Maintains medical inventory ▪ Provides pre- and post procedure care to patients within the Hemodialysis Unit ▪ Performs other position-related duties as assigned, depending on assignment setting Depending on setting, may also: ▪ Float among various clinical services, where qualified and competent Other Responsibilities ▪ Completes required orientation as directed by facility ▪ Follows facility and OSHA safety rules and procedures while on assignment ▪ Follows facility and HD Unusual Occurrence Protocol ▪ Respects cultural and religious practices of patients ▪ Upholds HIPAA regulations ▪ Punctual and dependent for assigned/confirmed shifts Position Requirements ▪ Graduate of an accredited RN/LPN program ▪ Current RN/LPN license, in good standing with the State licensing board ▪ Minimum of one (1) year Dialysis nurse experience ▪ Federal-, State- and HD-required credentials current and on file ▪ Cognitive skills as related to the position Working Conditions Because patients need round-the-clock care, working hours include days, nights, weekends and holidays. The number of patients assigned per shift will vary with facility and specialty, if applicable. RNs/LPNs spend considerable time walking, bending, stretching and standing; they assist in patient transfers. Nurses must guard against back injury because they may have to assist in patient lifts and transfers; they must follow proper body mechanics and procedures for lifting/moving patients. Nurses may face hazards from exposure to chemicals and infectious diseases. Physical Demands ▪ Ability to lift twenty (20) pounds. Moving, lifting or transferring of patients may involve lifting of up to fifty (50) pounds, as well as assist with weights of more than one-hundred (100) pounds. ▪ Ability to stand for extended periods ▪ Fine motor skills ▪ Visual acuity Hope Dialysis is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Tour Samoa Apia, Samoa
Jun 17, 2019
Full time
Qualifications : Tourism/Hospitality Must be well spoken Eng/Sam Due Date: Monday 18th June 2019
Samoa Land Corporation Apia, Samoa
Jun 14, 2019
Samoa Land Corporation invites written applications from qualified applicants for the position of Manager Lands Division of the Samoa Land Corporation. This is a contract position for three (3) years only. The Manager Lands is responsible to the General Manager for the efficient control and effective management of Lands Division of the Corporation. Applicants should have proven sound management skills and strong administrative experience at the management level. Sound knowledge and understanding of Samoa’s Land Tenure Systems and Real Estate Developments, as well as a tertiary qualification would be an advantage. TERMS OF REFERENCE DOWNLOAD ROLE PROFILE & SELECTION CRITERIA DOWNLOAD  Salary will be in accordance with existing salary package of Assistant Chief Executive officers of Government Ministries and Corporations. Applicants will need to provide the following information: Recent Curriculum Vitae (C.V) Three (3) recent professional references with detailed contact numbers (no later than 12 months). Completed Capabilities/Competency Self Evaluation Form Signed Authorization Form ( Download Form ) Covering Letter Applications should be clearly labelled: Application for the Post of MANAGER LANDS DIVISION, SAMOA LAND CORPORATION. Address and deliver to: THE GENERAL MANAGER SAMOA LAND CORPORATION P.O BOX 845 TUANAIMATO, FALEATA APIA, SAMOA. Closing date: Monday 24th June 2019 at 3pm For further information please contact Leota Oliva on telephone number 24881/24882/24883 or email
Australia Pacific Training Coalition Apia, Samoa
Jun 13, 2019
Full time
The Australia Pacific Training Coalition (APTC) is an Australian development program working in partnership with regional governments, industry and TVET training providers to develop a more skilled, inclusive and productive workforce aligned with domestic and international labour market requirements that enhance Pacific prosperity The role The Learning Support and Work Skills Facilitator will be providing support to the APTC students in Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) including development to enhance learning. This role will assist student’s development to be able to meet their educational, vocational and life goals. To be successful in this role you must have: Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116). A recognised teaching qualification (minimum duration 2 years full-time equivalent study) which includes study in Language, Literacy and Numeracy, English as a Second Language or English, OR a degree with at least two years’ study in linguistics, communication. Recent teaching experience delivering English language or Language, Literacy and Numeracy for a minimum of two years. Demonstrated experience in supporting the learning of students with different cultural backgrounds and abilities. Demonstrated high level written and oral communication skills, including the ability to negotiate learning outcomes for students. Experience with Microsoft Office programs (including Microsoft Word and Outlook) and experience in using the internet. To learn more  about this position please review the  Role Description  and  Information Kit. Contract duration : Until 30 th  June 2022 Remuneration  –  WST42,140 to WST68,175 per annum.   To start an application click on 'Apply Now ' below.    
Pala Lagoon Swimming Center Tafuna
Jun 08, 2019
Full time
P.L.S.C have the following vacant position: *6 lifeguards positions   Positions posted Posted:06/07/19 Deadline: 06/30/19 If interested click Apply Now. For more information email

Team Talk

Let’s face it, candidates are human just like us and they have feelings too. Yes,  a reminder is needed of the obvious.  The key reason often stated is because you have not “sold” the job properly. What’s in it for me? Why should a candidate join your organisation? If you can't sell the job to yourself and not passionate about the product (your organisation) then it will come out. Even more sadly, we found there are a number of organisations that get NO views (yes! that's right). Remembering that our website gets about 120,000 eyeballs on them a month. We can't be sure which one is yours - but here are 5 possible reasons ... #1.   Perceived negative reputation of your organisation.  No good just having a logo if your brand is not known or worse, negatively perceived. We can tell by the applications (or lack of) of organisations that are consistently shunned. #2 .  Candidates are switched off by your organisation.  It’s possible they applied for roles and didn’t even receive acknowledgement letters despite advertising regularly. We wrote about candidate care  here #3.   Lack of talent for the role you are looking for.  This one is obvious. If you are looking for an astronaut they are hard to find. Then again......why don't you train one? #4.   Application  process is just "too hard".  We found that generally adverts that asked "hand deliver" or " post application " or "walk up" are generally not well received by job seekers. Who will ' walk up " to you in Viria (no offence to Viria of course but you get our point!). #5.   Short expiry . Asking for a candidate to apply within three days. Candidates get the sense you are not serious and the advertisement is probably there for some other reason other than hiring the best. We hope your organisation does not fall into  anyone  of these (*). So, what is the answer to your advert performance...send us a message for the team at  MyJobsSamoa  to help you! We think we have solutions to these.
HOW DO I PREPARE A CV (Curriculum Vitae or Resume) - Q&A Q1. What does a CV normally have?  A. Your CV is a document that tells about your goals, education, experience, referees. Q2. Do I need to prepare a CV? A. Some employers prefer you to have a CV so it’s best to have one. Q3. How do I create or make a CV? A. We will have some templates on our job site that you can use as a guide. You will need a computer with word processing program like Word. Q4. How long should be my CV? A. The CV should not be any more than 5 pages long. It depends on your qualifications and experiences that you include. It should have important items that are relevant to the position that you are applying for. Most roles will have a two page (maximum) CV. Q5. I have been working for a long time - do I include details of every job that I have worked? A. No, if your earlier work history is not relevant then do not include in detail in the CV. Employers are human beings like us and do not have time to read items that are not relevant. Q6. What should I look out for to have a nice CV? A. Make sure the CV is factually accurate, there are no spelling mistakes and no grammatical errors. Get a friend or maybe 2 friends to read your CV and read it for any errors or things you should either add or remove. A fresh pair of eyes is always good to see the CV before you load it to the job site for job applications. Q7. Can I have more than one type of CV? A. Sure! The job site allows you to have a number of  CV’s  that you can load on the job site. You can have a CV for instance that is relevant for finance officer and another for say sales rep. Q8.  I am  interested in domestic duties? Do I need a CV? A. Umm well, a CV is really there to sell your skills to a potential employer. So it’s best to write down your skills and experience so that you stand out from the rest! Remember, a good CV helps you get the interview - it’s the first step in getting you your dream job. Download Sample CV Template here
So what makes you more valuable than the your organisation? Here are three simple things... 1. Trust  Specifically building trust. Trust comes from two things - integrity and being capable of doing your job. Honesty is a highly valued trait and is often is part of what defines your integrity. Speak your mind appropriately when asked and if you are unsure be honest. It is perfectly "Ok" to not know all the answers or to put your hand up and admit/own your weaknesses. Trust also flows from your capabilities. You were hired for your role because the organisation that hired you had the faith in your technical and interpersonal skills.  2. Go the extra mile... Think outside the square and do not turn a blind eye to things as they are not in your position description. Managers/owners treasure people who are creative and are problem solvers. Don't throw your hands up in the air and declare "too hard". Find a way forward by brainstorming, discussing and researching the issues. If there is a tap leaking water...."tighten the tap properly" or wash the dishes in the sink. It is not in anyone's job description to tighten leaky taps! Small things get noticed...go with the saying "be the standard that you walk past".  3. Enthusiasm Be excited to be rolling out of bed to go to work!  When an issue or problem is given to you -  show that you have a 'can do attitude".  Be positive at work and when asked "how are you feeling?" Do not spend the next 30 minutes doing a download of the million issues you are facing in your life. That may be the last time someone asks you that question and everyone will probably avoid you in the lunch room. (Of course seek help if you genuinely have problems....but not everyone at work will be ready to hear your issues and are your friends). If it is too painful thinking about are not in the right job .There are two options available:  a.change the environment at work so that it is a fun environment and, b. if you can't change that environment - go somewhere else where you will be happy!  Radical right! Well we have discussed with a lot of people over the years and have also experienced this first hand. Gandhi is credited with saying "Be the change you want to see in the world"...start being that change!
Is this you? You have job vacancies delivered to your mobile device and you think life couldn't be any better when applying for a job? The fingers tap away on "Apply Now"...and another application sent - yay!   Now all you have to do is wait for the interview call and then... a day passes by then another....followed by a week and eventually a month.  You have stuck to the same routine each day without success what are you doing wrong? First, its time to stop that routine! Life in a digital world is fun and convenient but you have to be smart. Spare a thought for the Hiring Manager, who has to read your daily applications (and not just yours...others too!)...because you have been applying relentlessly each day to every job opening from the same organisation. The person reading your emails/application is another human being just like you.   "Just match the job description to the skills of the candidate"....right! well not quite! Recruitment is an art as much as a scientific process. Only if it was that simple. We will not discuss the mind of a recruiter here.  But here are some simple things you can do to improve the chance of that interview Applying for a job follow the laws of attraction - first impressions count. So, it pays to care about the detail....and create a positive impact in the mind of the recruiter.  Seven things to help you get that interview...  1. Prepare a CV . It should cover all the salient points about you. For example, these things are a must: Education, experience, qualifications, hobbies, referees, availability and aspirations. Also, include volunteer work if any. Make it about you without quirky fonts or images.  2. Do not spam!  Be very selective when applying for roles. If you have applied once for a role with a company, there is no point in applying for an exact same role that is advertised 2 months later. Chances are, the Recruiting manager still remembers you and for a valid reason not shortlisted you. Your fresh application is probably headed for the delete folder. Also, if you applied for say as a security officer before should you now apply for housekeeping? Chances are in your desperation for a role you are blindly applying for all roles. Sit back and evaluate what really are your skills. Are you suited for an indoor job or outdoor? Do you prefer working behind a desk or being on your feet? Do you like meeting customers or enjoy working alone? These and many more questions like these should clarify the types of jobs you are suited to. if you cannot decide - talk to your friends and family who know you best. Often they can point you in the right direction. 3. Covering letter . Always have a covering letter. A covering letter should contain your reasons for applying for a job. It should reflect your personality and personal qualities that you may not have covered in your CV and why certain aspects of your skills match the job advertisement.   4. Be polite . Everyone loves to be treated with politeness and respect. So, start your letter with "Dear Sir or Madam". Always keep it formal and not as if you are talking or writing to a close friend. If you know their name,  address them by their surname. Respect and politeness go a long way. 5. Clear layout for CV. Have simple and clear headings that are easy on the eye. Heading makes it easy to read and lets the reader focus their eyes on what they wish to read. Do not clutter the CV by reducing the font size to make it "fit" into your planned number of pages. There is nothing more annoying than reading a CV where the reader needs eyeglasses when they have perfect vision in real life. 6. Adequate details. The CV should contain an adequate amount of detail to convey the message regarding your experience and who you are for THAT job you applying for. I know you love bullet points - but they alone will not give enough to the recruiter. Do not make them guess about your experience. For example, simply writing... "managed all phone calls" does not make you shine from the other applicants. But if you wrote - "managed all incoming calls in a busy environment with 70 calls an hour". This now changes the work dimension and gives it better information. 7. Complete profile . if you are using an online job board platform to apply for jobs, then make sure your profile is completed properly in the system.  The online profile can also be your electronic CV, but its best to have a "Word or PDF" version of your CV loaded along with your profile.  Also, ensure the profile details are consistent with what is on your CV. Looking for a job is a job - Good luck!  
 HOW DO I APPLY IN  MYJOBS    ? - Q&A Q1. How do I apply for jobs that I see on A. You will need to sign up on this job site. It’s quite easy to do. If you need help email us Q2. Do I need to have an employer’s email address when applying for a job? A. There is a button “apply now “ next to each job listing - you click on this and apply for any role that interests you. The employer’s email is hidden out of sight in the background and when you click apply it goes to them.   . Q3. How many jobs can I apply for? A. You can apply for as many jobs as you wish! But, you should apply for roles that interest you and for which you have the skills, experience and qualifications. Q4. Can I get notified about new jobs on the site? A. Mymyjobssamoa is a smart job site with lots of features. It basically works for you - so, you can set up alerts when setting up your profile Q5. For what jobs  are alerts  possible? A. You can set as many different alerts as possible. For instance, you can set up an alert to get notified of jobs posted:      a. by your favourite  employer     b . for a role e.g.. barman,     c. that are in a particular geographical area e.g. Upolu or American Samoa     d . daily or weekly Q6. Where and when are the job alerts sent? A. Alerts are sent to your email... so  do  keep an eye on them. Every time a job that meets your alert criteria is posted on our job site - you will be notified. It's like it carrying a personal assistant in your pocket! So all you need is a smartphone that has your email and you can relax...wait for job alerts to keep you update. Never miss a job opportunity! Q7. Do I have to complete a new profile every time I apply for a job? A. No, that’s the smart thing about this job site. Once a profile is created and you have fully signed up - you can happily apply for jobs without much effort! Q8. How do I know that the jobs listed are not expired? A. All the jobs that we list have an automatic expiry date based on when the company to define as a deadline. So if you can see the job on the website - it’s still not yet expired Q9. Will I see jobs for office type only? What about work such as electrician, plumber or housekeeper? A. We designed Myjobssamoa as a  one-stop  shop for all types of jobs. You might need to wait for newspapers to look for jobs - but we have to educate the employers to post all types of jobs on this website. So go and spread the word.!!  
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