Hi my name is Prakash (30 years old - Indian). Right now i am working in Kuwait as Facilities Manager. I am living here with my family. I am a DEEE holder and i am having very good experience (9 Years) in Total Facilities / Property Management. I am planning to move and settle in singapore.
Can you please guide me how i can get job in singapore? i tried online job search. But no positive outcome.
Please help me.
Awaiting for your replies.
I was to start a new position as a Facilities Assistant. The Facilities Manager makes sure the facility is running correctly and efficiently and does purchases for construction/upgrades to and around the building. I know nothing of construction and now my boss is taking a new job and I am to fill his duties. I am scared since I am being thrown into this position with no construction/facility experience and I have no choice. What do I need to learn? Construction classes? Books? Any advice is greatly appreciated!
My friend had worked for a company as Facility Manager for a long 5 years. The company didn't provide him any joining letter or appointment letter where notice period is mentioned. However they provide salary slips. They used to change their rules & regulations every now and then. Now, my friend wants to leave the job and join a new company within 3 days. He has worked already for 20 days this month for the existing employer but he doesn't seem to pay for these days. What should he do to get this 20 days salary? Please suggest ASAP.
I have heard how they are not well trained and will hire almost anyone. Schedulers rarely have jobs (stable posts) for Officers and do LESS work than Human Resources Personnel meaning they pretend to work but are lazy. Sergeants do the work of Lieutenants and Captains without the pay just the responsibilities. That Human Resources Managers and Low-Level Security Officers are under-trained, Under-Employed, Under-Paid with almost no opportunity fro promotion and rarely get a pay-raise even after passing the probationary period. Also get no over-time pay; they begin early and go home late. They equipment is not in the best conditions. People who make money are from Contract/Facility Managers and up the ladder of management.
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All companies offer retirement packages for management only and not all managers get a bonus.
Pay raises are almost non-existent.
In the uk a the roll of "Facilities Manager" is wide and varied and includes health & safety, premises security, cleaning, canteens, general maintainance-all known as Soft Services, then there are Hard Services would include space utilization, mechanical and electrical functions,and re-development. What is the correct title for this in Canada please?
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In many cases, workers take on starter jobs as they prepare for their targeted career. For example, one might work as a chef at a restaurant while saving up to take advanced culinary classes, while a business person might start as an intern at a corporate business as he or she saves up for grad school in business. What is the equivalent for someone going into Clinical Psychology? Because volunteering does not generate money, I'm wondering what type of paid experience is relevant to the job.
I am thinking of going to either UMICH, Georgia Tech, or University of Illionis at Urbana Champaign as a Industrial Engineering major and an economics minor.
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The question explains it, i am thinking of going to an engineering high school but of course it will focus on other stuff too but still. What kind of jobs can you get because i dont want to be a mechanic(no offence to any) but please help me!
I know of Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman. I want to know of jobs that are mechanical and/or automotive engineering related?
My Norwegian fiance and I are in our early 40's and currently in Ireland but want to move back to my country, America. We want to move to an area of the country, preferably the southwest, where he can find a job as a manager - facilities, operation, security. He has extensive experience in this field and is multilingual.
There is so many opinions out there about what the difference is between these two and which one has more oppurtunities and so on. I would love to know what the most direct difference is between these two fields, they seem so similar. Obviously the name Operations Manager hints at managing, but to me it seems like it is a more business-like approach to industrial engineering.
I am applying for a night shift job at a local PetSmart. They are asking me what I think the minimum I should be payed is. I am only 18 and have not had experience at a night job so I don't know how much I should suggest. The work is stocking supplies and all that jazz. I need money to pay my college tuition and I am a night owl so I figured since 3rd shift makes more then normal shifts I'd go for it. Your help is greatly appriciated.
I'm 38, have 11 yrs of experience as a Facility Manager with Engineering background with additional IT skill and dedicated to job. I've sent many resumes to many vacant positions but got 0 selected for an interview. Is it because of my age? I did mentioned my birth of date in the resume.
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There are 2 positions at Titlemax that sound very alike a General Manager and a Store Manager. Does anyone know the difference?
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I'm thinking of going to grad school for a Community Health - Health Care Policy and Administration M.P.H. What does this job entail? I know it has to do with managing the money of the hospital, but what, more specficially, does this employee do? What is the job title? What would be a typical day in the life? This is considered a pretty high powered job, no? Tell me what you know. Thanks!
Military, Estate, Hotel, Doctor, Architect?
What I'm saying is that a job that only needs at least a Bachelor's degree.
I want to know whether I have to attend a 3d school inorder to get a job as a 3d artist in a film studio. I also want to know what are the other qualifications needed to get such a job.
I want to study hospitality management, and events management is part of the things we can do after studying the course. But how is facility management different? or is it the same thing?