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Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True
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Oscar Batucan - Make Your Dreams Come True

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Make your dreams come true. Watch this presentation to find out how.

Make your dreams come true. Watch this presentation to find out how.

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  • 1.
  • 2. Oscar Batucan
    Work History Profile
    Government and Private sector employment services
    District Manager - Inland Revenue Department New Zealand
    Senior Legal & Technical Officer – Inland Revenue Dept. New Zealand
    Senior Executive officer - Social Welfare Department New Zealand
    Project Development & Employment Manager
    - Ames Information Technology Academy
    - Cornell Institute of Business and Technology
    Executive Director – Batucan Consulting International
    Project Managers:
    - Filipinas Mabuhay 104.6 FM Radio
    - Philippine Trade & Tourism Centre Ltd.
    - New Zealand Trade & Tourism Centre Ltd. - Allied Employment Generation Services
  • 3. RESEARCHING FOR
    JOB OPPORTUNITIES
  • 4. Low rate of unemployment in NZ
    What are the skills needed in New Zealand?
    Even during the economic down turn, lots of different skills are needed
    Economic Down Turn
    Still Many Jobs Available
    NZ Skills Shortage List
    Encouraging skilled workers from overseas to work in these jobs.
    Overseas Workers
    Overseas Workers
    NZ
    Overseas Workers
    Overseas Workers
  • 5. How to explore the job market?
    PLAN what jobs you can do in different areas
    FIND OUTthe best part of New Zealand for you to live
    RESEARCHa region of New Zealand
    FIND OUT how hard it will be to find a job in a certain region
  • 6. Consider and understand
    employment conditions
    • Cover
    Health and safety
    Membership of worker unions
    Employment agreements
    Holiday and leave
    Disputes
    • Negotiate flexible arrangements
    • It’s important to know the system!
    Employment Laws and Procedures
    • Contact Department of Labor -Rights and Benefits.
    • Should be written into your employment agreement.
    Remember to find out about
    Income Tax
    Kiwi Saver
    Voluntary Retirement Savings Scheme
  • 7. 4
    3
    1
    PLAN AND ACT
    MAKE A DECISION
    KNOW YOURSELF
    2
    RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES
    ALLIED EMPLOYMENT GENERATION SERVICES
    How will I get there?
    Doesn’t have to be complicated
    • who you are
    • what you want
    PLAN YOUR CAREER
    • Career Options
    • Suitable Training
    • Right Employer
  • 8. 8 Steps to find a JOB!
    BEGIN WORK
    Negotiate
    Get a job Offer
    Attend Interview
    Prepare for the Interview
    Search & Apply
    Write / Update CV
    Research
  • 9. Step1
    FINDING A JOB!
    RESEARCH
    • Will my job be the same in New Zealand?
    • Talk with someone already in the job.
    • What job opportunities in different areas of New Zealand?
    BEGIN WORK
    Negotiate
    Get a job Offer
    Attend Interview
    Prepare for the Interview
    Search & Apply
    Write / Update CV
    Research
  • 10. Step2
    REFEREE?• Employer• Voluntary work coordinator• Church minister or priest • Justice of the Peace
    • Personal friend in NZ
    FINDING A JOB!
    WRITE / UPDATE CV
    • Gather information
    • Write down your skills (how/ when you used these skills?)
    • Bring copies of any awards and certificate
    • Bring written references and contact details
    TIPS FOR CV
    1. Ask referees before you put their details
    2. Check your Grammar (English)
    3. NZQA can assess your qualifications
    4. Use (CV4Me) to make your CV
    5. Use seek.co.nz - CV preparations
    BEGIN WORK
    Negotiate
    Get a job Offer
    Attend Interview
    Prepare for the Interview
    Search & Apply
    Write / Update CV
    Research
  • 11. Step3
    Find out Average salary range
    Keep a list of Jobs you have applied for
    Always a cover letter with your CV.
    Check your English.
    Using a template for your Cover Letter
    FINDING A JOB!
    SEARCH AND APPLY
    • Talking to family and friends
    • Looking in local newspapers
    • Signing up to job websites
    • Contact Employers directly
    BEGIN WORK
    Negotiate
    Get a job Offer
    Attend Interview
    Prepare for the Interview
    Search & Apply
    Write / Update CV
    Research
  • 12. Step4
    PREPARE FOR THE INTERVIEW
    • What questions will be asked?
    • What questions can you ask?
    • Practice with friends
    • Be ready to answer any questions
    (study about the company)
    • Read supplements (Interview questions and answers)
    FINDING A JOB!
    BEGIN WORK
    Negotiate
    Get a job Offer
    Attend Interview
    Prepare for the Interview
    Search & Apply
    Write / Update CV
    Research
  • 13. Step5
    ATTEND INTERVIEW
    INTERVIEW TIPS!
    • Arrive early
    • Carry a notepad with your questions on
    • Take notes
    • Realistic idea about your salary
    • Dress appropriately
    • Dress for success website & WINZ Financial support
    FINDING A JOB!
    BEGIN WORK
    Negotiate
    Get a job Offer
    Attend Interview
    Prepare for the Interview
    Search & Apply
    Write / Update CV
    Research
  • 14. Step6
    CHECK!
    Staring dates
    Working hours
    Part Time or Full Time?
    Period of employment
    Pay, Holiday, Training
    Employees Benefits
    FINDING A JOB!
    GET A JOB OFFER
    REMEMBER
    • Negotiate your pay and conditions
    • 2 job offers? Compare!
    • Use salary pay range data
    BEGIN WORK
    Negotiate
    Get a job Offer
    Attend Interview
    Prepare for the Interview
    Search & Apply
    Write / Update CV
    Research
  • 15. Step7
    Your
    Contract
    will include:• Wages or
    Salary rates • Work hours • Sick, Annual,
    Parental leave • Performance
    Review, * Statutory
    holidays
    FINDING A JOB!
    NEGOTIATE
    • RIGHT to negotiate the agreement
    • READ the agreement before signing
    • Unsure? Then ask
    • WRITTEN offer to you
    • Negotiate workings conditions
    • Can ask the details in your 1st language
    BEGIN WORK
    Negotiate
    Get a job Offer
    Attend Interview
    Prepare for the Interview
    Search & Apply
    Write / Update CV
    Research
  • 16. Step8
    FINDING A JOB!
    Your
    Contract
    will include:• Wages or
    Salary rates • Work hours • Sick, Annual,
    Parental leave • Performance
    Review, * Statutory
    holidays
    BEGIN WORK
    CHECK!!!
    • Public transport schedules /Driving time to work
    • Who you will be reporting to?
    • Who is your workplace buddy?
    BEGIN WORK
    Negotiate
    Get a job Offer
    Attend Interview
    * Take a notebook with you to write down things you need to remember & ask if you don’t understand something
    Prepare for the Interview
    Search & Apply
    Write / Update CV
    Research
  • 17. CV WRITING
    • First Impression of YOU
    • Sell Yourself in 15 seconds
    ALLIED EMPLOYMENT GENERATION SERVICES
  • 18. New Zealand Style CV
    • Keep your CV up to Date
    • Give examples of your skills
    • Keep it short
    • Get it Checked
    • Sell yourself
    • Referees – who knows you
    • Write a cover letter
  • 19. • Keep your CV up to Date
    New Zealand Style CV #1
    If you don’t have a phone at home, think about buying a cell phone so that Employers can contact you.
    1. Updated contact details
    2. Email details
  • 20. • Examples of your skills
    New Zealand Style CV #2
    > Public speaking
    “Gave a presentation to the company on my marketing project”
    > Identify what you did
  • 21. • Keep it short
    x
    Don’t…
    write about every job you
    have done.
    x
    write every course that
    you have ever been on.
    • Two to three pages long.
    New Zealand Style CV #3
    • Relevant experience to the job?
    • Write about workforce experience
  • 22. • Get it Checked
    New Zealand Style CV #4
    Sometimes CVs don’t translate directly!!!
    1. Check with English speaker2. Use Free Translation ServicesDepartment of Ethnic affairs website -information on language
  • 23. • Sell yourself
    New Zealand Style CV #5
    1. What you can do well (Your Strength)2. Why they should Employ You!
  • 24. • Referees who knows you
    New Zealand Style CV #6
    Consider getting an Entry level
    job or Voluntary
    work
    1. Written reference from your last Job
    2. At least two referees
    3. Their Phone numbers/email addresses
    4. New Zealand work experience would be better
  • 25. • Write a Cover Letter
    New Zealand Style CV #7
    What You Should Include,
    1. Why you want the job
    2. Relevant Skills
    3. Relevant Qualifications
    4. Relevant Experience
  • 26. • ATTRACT • INFORM• PERSUADE • SELL
    GOOD CV
  • 27. A CV or
    a Resume is …
    A condense information document.
    Seductive.
    An important document.
    Answers the Question “WHY”
    Interesting and easy to read.
    A list of benefits for the Employer.
    As much for the employers as about you
  • 28. Why you
    need a good
    Covering Letter?
    1. Sell your CV
    2. Employers look at Cover
    Letter before CV
    3. Bad Covering Letter:
    Your CV in a bin
    4. Good Covering Letter:
    Open your CV.
  • 29. A CV or
    a Resume NOT…
    not a book.not an obstacle.not a tombstone.not boring or difficult to read.not your life story or autobiography.not a Catalogue of your personal opinions.not a list of problems with past Employers.
  • 30. Your Covering Letter
    Your Sales Letter
    It Should be,
    Easy to read
    Short
    Concise
    Relevant
    Not too formal
    Not complicated
    Should include,
    Confirmation of the job application
    Where you got the job information
    Why you want the Job
    Why you would be good to them
    Request an interview
    Employers are BUSY!
  • 31. Format of Covering Letter
    1. Your Address Telephone Fax Email2. Date3. The Advertiser’s name His/her job title The company name Address4. Reference5. Salutation6. Subject7. Body8. Ending9. your signature10. Your name11. Your Title12. Enclosures
    At the top centre or at the right.
    Any reference number or code given by the employer in their advertisement
    Dear…
    Normally the job title. for example “Sales Manager”
    3 to 6 paragraphs
    Your sincerely, yours faithfully, Yours Truly
    Your first name and surname
    Using company headed paper: write your job title here.
    Using personal paper : write nothing
    “Enc 2”
  • 32. Format of Covering Letter
    1. Personal detail
    Name, address, email, Telephone #
    • Nationality, age, birth and marital status not
    required due to the Privacy Act
    Summarizes the job opportunity
    2. Objective
    Previous employment from the most recent
    3. Work experience
    Secondary and University education including establishment and qualification
    4. Education
    5. Personal interest
    Demonstrating that you are a balanced, responsible member of society with an interesting life outside work
  • 33. CV Format
    Word processed
    Easier to update and modify
    Scan CVs for transmittal to prospective
    employers
    Maximum of 2-3
    pages
    A4 (297x210 mm)
    Standard New Roman / Arial.
    Do not use all capital letters as it is difficult to read and considered impolite
    Quality & fairly
    heavy paper
    Easy to read
    typeface
  • 34. CV Format
    SIMPLICITY AND CLARITY
    Short words &
    sentences
    Do not use
    Technical
    vocabulary
    O: I increased sales by 50%
    X: I was responsible for a considerable
    improvement in our market position
    Talk about
    concrete facts/ not abstract
    Use verbs in
    the active voice/ Not passive
    O: I organized this exhibition
    X: This exhibition was organized by me
  • 35. ALLIED EMPLOYMENT GENERATION SERVICES
    MAKE YOUR
    DREAMS COME TRUE
    Thank You!
    OSCAR PIOQUINTO BATUCAN
    Phone 09 570 1139
    Cell 027 570 1139
    Batucan.oscar@yahoo.co.nz

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