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Tusaidiane kwenye CV na barua za kuomba kazi

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Sipo, Jun 13, 2009.

  1. Sipo

    Sipo JF-Expert Member

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    Ni kweli wadau wamekuwa wanaweka kazi mbalimbali hapa, lakini mimi naamini kuna tatizo hili hapa
    1. Kutengeneza CV nzuri mbele ya macho ya mwajiri
    2. Kuandika barua nzuri mbele ya macho ya mwajiri

    NB: Tukumbushane mambo ya muhimu kwenye masuala hayo mawili hapo juu ili hizi kazi zipatikane kwa urahisi zaidi.
     
  2. Buchanan

    Buchanan JF Diamond Member

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    Usiweke irrelevant info kwenye CV ie iendane na kazi unayoomba. Usi-copy and paste CV ya kazi uliyoomba siku za nyuma na kutopata kazi.
     
  3. Nyani Ngabu

    Nyani Ngabu Platinum Member

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    Ingekuwa vizuri kama shule zetu zingeanza kufundisha jinsi ya kuandika hivyo vitu.
     
  4. Swahilian

    Swahilian JF-Expert Member

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    ebwanae siyo kifupi hivo bucha, enh! 2pe format mzuri je m2 anaanza na ki2 gani na anaishia na wapi, mf. m2 kasoma hadi 4m6, anataka kazi ya customer care/sales aanzeje, aoanishe exp.zake wapi, contakts wapi na n.k! 2peni vile nyie mlfanya ili 2sije kabana kitaa man! 2peni dili tusake bucks! enh! ndo njia pekee ya kizalendo ya kugawana POVERTY! Mfumo 2liopo sio ndugu zangu enh! 2taja lana nyama masiku yanokoja, aliye na kazi asiringe kisa ashapat
     
  5. Sipo

    Sipo JF-Expert Member

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    Utakuwa mtaala mzuri sana kwa sababu watu wanamaliza vyuo vikuu hawajui kuformart haya mambo ya msingi kwenye maisha
     
  6. Sipo

    Sipo JF-Expert Member

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    Juzi JK (Obama Wa Bongo) katuambia watu 48,000 wameshapoteza ajira. Sijui itakuwaje uko mbleni. Tutapona na hawa vibaka kweli wanajamii. Na taasisi za kidini tulipokuwa tunaenda kugawana umasikini ndio hivyo zimebanwa mbavu.
     
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    Sinkala JF-Expert Member

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    Kwenye CV na barua, hutakiwi kufupisha maneno kuunda lugha unayoielewa peke yako, na mwajiri angependa uandike CV au barua inayoeleweka. Baadhi tu ya maneno yasiyoeleweka ni kama: 2pe, m2, ki2, 4m6, 2sije, 2peni, 2liopo, 2taja. Vinginevyo watu wataendelea kutembea na bahasha za kaki tena chafu, ofisi hadi ofisi huku wakiapply bila hata kuwa short-listed mbali na kutopata kazi. Hizi lugha ziishiie huko huko kwenye sms na sio JF wala kwa mwajiri !!
     
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    WomanOfSubstance JF-Expert Member

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    Vidokezo vichache:
    1.Ukiwa unatafuta kazi, lazima ujipime kuona kama una uwezo kielimu na kiuzoefu kwenye kazi unayoomba
    2. Ukisharidhika kuwa unavyo vyote hivyo, angalia mwajiri alipotangaza kazi nataka nini.
    3. Anza kuchonga CV( tailor) iendane na kile mwajiri anachotaka.
    4. Hakikisha vile vigezo muhimu alivyoviainisha mwajiri kwenye tangazo lake unaviweka bayana toka mwanzo ( mf.elimu yako... usijifagilie sana kwa elimu au kazi ulizokwisha fanya ambazo wala haziendani na matakwa ya mwajiri mtarajiwa) utakuwa unampotezea ladha mwajiri toka mwanzo na chances are utawekwa pembeni hutawekwa kwenye short list!
    5.Unapoandika barua yako kadhalika hakikisha unailengesha katika kujinadi kwa kifupi na kumwonyesha mwajiri kwanini wewe ndiyo unafaa na utawaletea nini endapo watakuchukua wewe.
     
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    Six Serious Résumé Blunders
    Résumés are tricky: If done well, they can put you in the running for a job; if done poorly, they end up in the hiring manager's recycling bin. They should be easy since you're just talking about yourself. No one knows your work history, qualifications and skills better than you. Unfortunately, they are hard work.

    Making years of experience fit on one or two pages is no easy task. Yet, while there is no one way to craft the perfect résumé, there are some moves guaranteed to hurt your job hunt.

    Here are some résumé blunders you should avoid at all cost.

    1. Forgetting the employer
    Although the résumé is about you, it's not for you. After all, if you were the intended audience, you wouldn't bother sending it out. The résumé is meant to show prospective employers why you're the perfect match for the job. They want to see the skills, experience and qualifications mentioned in their job postings. If you have skills that don't line up exactly with the position but you know are transferrable, make that clear in the résumé. Don't assume they'll infer what you mean, because if they don't, you won't be considered for the job.


    2. Not using keywords
    Keywords, like career summaries, are signs of the time. Today, many employers use software to scan submitted résumés for keywords that suggest an applicant is a good match for the job. Although you won't know which exact words the software is looking for, a job posting can give you a good idea. Incorporate phrases and terms from the posting, and see what words reappear in several industry ads. Concrete terms such as "infrastructure development" and "strategic planning" will fare better than generic phrases like "hard worker" and "team player."


    3. Using an objective instead of a career summary
    An advantage of updating your résumé regularly is that you can not only update your skills and accomplishments but also its format. For example, just five or 10 years ago most résumés included an objective at the top. These days, the career summary has taken its place. Like an objective, the summary should give the employer an idea of who you are, except it allows you to focus more on your experience than on your goals. You can briefly mention your career highlights, including past roles and your strongest skills.


    4. Not proofreading
    Typos and grammatical errors on a résumé are the textual equivalent of showing up at an interview chewing gum and wearing tennis shoes. A résumé full of mistakes suggests you care neither about the quality of your work nor the impression it makes. An employer wants someone who produces exemplary work and will be an excellent representative of the company.


    5. Lying
    Embellishing is a common practice that rarely impresses hiring mangers because they've seen it all. They know "childcare leadership executive" means "baby-sitter." Outright lies, however, have no place on a résumé. For one thing, it's not hard to verify any information you put down, so you could get caught at any point between submitting your résumé and getting a job offer. Plus, it's a small world, and the truth has a way of coming out when business associates bump into one another at conferences. If your boss mentions your name to your supposed former supervisor only to be told you never worked there, you could get fired.


    6. Not keeping up appearances
    Before an employer even reads your résumé, he or she forms an impression based on how it looks. It's a snap judgment that can't be avoided -- after all, don't you immediately zone out when you receive an e-mail that's one huge block of text? Make your résumé visually appealing by using bulleted lists, plenty of white space and subheadings. Also, avoid fonts that are full of distracting swirls and colors. It doesn't matter how well-written your résumé is if no one wants to read it.

     
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    The Farmer JF-Expert Member

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    Mimi naona ni vizuri mtu ukangalia resposibilities za hiyo kazi. kama una-qualify basi una-edit CV yako kulingana na kazi hiyo.
     
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    Does Your CV Answer These Key Questions??
    Most people, no matter what job they seek or how long they've been part of the working world, make the same mistake when it comes to the résumé-writing process. They forget -- or simply don't know how -- to develop their résumé from the employer's point of view.
    "Employers want to know several things about you within seconds of glancing at your résumé. Your job, then, is to be hit-them-over-the-head obvious about who you are, what job you're seeking and what you have to offer them,"
    When sifting through résumés, most employers and recruiters know exactly what they're looking for. According to most recruitment managers, résumés that meet their expectations are ones that respond to all nine of the following questions:

    Who are you?
    To determine how well your résumé addresses this, it is suggested to have friends or colleagues read it. Within five seconds of them looking at the résumé, snatch it back from them and quiz them on what they know about you as a job seeker based on what they read. If they can't offer a quick answer that truly describes you, your résumé's summary needs some work.

    What can you do for me?
    The most effective way to show employers the value you offer is to show them how you've contributed to an employer's success elsewhere. Try to be truly compelling; these examples must be specific, measurable accomplishments that cite numbers and other details.

    Do you have the skills I'm looking for?
    Scan job ads and job descriptions to discover which skills are most relevant to the employers and recruiters receiving your résumé. Then strategically place them throughout your résumé to ensure it makes it past computer scans and into the hands of employers and recruiters.

    Where have you worked before?
    This one should be simple. Employers want to know where you worked, for how long and which job titles you've held that may indicate how prepared you are for a role at their organization.

    Is your experience relevant to my needs?
    Sometimes it's necessary to expand upon a job title or job description to truly demonstrate that you have experience that applies to the job you're seeking. Consider using bullets to present brief and interesting information that is relevant to the employer.

    Do you have the right education and credentials?
    If you have the education, credentials and training needed to qualify for the job, be sure to say so! Use commonly accepted terminology and keywords in this section to ensure your information isn't misinterpreted or overlooked by employers or résumé scanners

    What kind of person are you?
    Adding insightful information about what makes you special can be a definite plus on your résumé and help decision-makers discriminate between you and another candidate, even before you've met in person," It is suggested to include
     
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    Pretty JF-Expert Member

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    Shule zetu mbona wanafundisha jinsi ya kuandika barua ya kuomba kazi. Tena wanafundisha ktk somo la english, kuna topic kwenye somo la english form 3 & 4 inafundisha jinsi ya kuandika barua ya kuomba kazi na mpangilio wa CV.
     
  13. Nyani Ngabu

    Nyani Ngabu Platinum Member

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    Mmmhh...labda wameanza siku hizi ila mimi sikumbuki kufundishwa jinsi ya kuandika resume nilipokuwa sekondari. Kuhusu barua, nakumbuka tulikuwa tunafundishwa jinsi ya kuandika barua mbalimbali lakini sidhani kama walikuwa wanaenda kiundani zaidi. Ilikuwa ni sort of the ABCs of letter writing.

    Pia sijui kama chuo kikuu wanafundisha lakini ingekuwa vizuri kama wangefundisha jinsi ya kuandika hivi vitu kwenye capstone classes...
     
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    Tiba JF-Expert Member

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    Kwa nini hatusisitizi watu kufundishwa jinsi ya kujiajiri kuliko kufundishwa barua za kuomba kazi!!!!!!Nafikiri kufundishwa kujiajiri ni bora zaidi ya kufundishwa kuandika barua za kuomba kazi. Tubadilike!!!!

    Tiba
     
  15. Robweme

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    Asante kwa mada;

    Kwakifupi CV inayafuatayo:-

    (a) Personal Particulars-Yaani maelezo yako kwa kifupi,profesional yako ni nini?,kampuni unayofanyia kazi kwa sasa,jina lako,tarehe ya kuzaliwa,uzalendo wako,na nafasi yako ktk kampuni uliyopo kwa sasa, au uliyokuwepo hapo nyuma.

    (b) Address yako,simu yako,mahali unakaa mji au mkoa,email address n.k.

    (c) Elimu yako tangia shule ya msingi au vidudu hadi ulipoishia.

    (d) Membership (uanachama) kwenye taasisi mbalimbali kama zipo.

    (e)Traininig mbalimbali kama zipo.

    (f)Language(lugha) ambazo unafahamu kwa ufasaha.

    (g)Employment record( record yako ya kuajiliwa tangia ulipoanza kazi hadi sasa.

    (i)Referee wako(wadhamini).

    (J) kiapo na sahii kuonyesha kuwa ulichoandika ni wewe na si mwingine.

    Ni hayo tu wakuu natumaini kidogo yatasaidia.
     
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    Dah, jamani mnatoa maoni mazuri, safi sana. Namna hiyo na taratibu tu tatafika, kwani hata mbuyu wakati ukichipua ulikua mdogo kama mchicha.
     
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    The Farmer JF-Expert Member

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    Ni rahisi zaidi kujiajiri kama na wewe utakuwa umewahi kuajiriwa, zile obstacles na stess zitokanazo na kazi zinaweza kukufanya ufanikiwe zaidi wakati umejiajiri mwenyewe.
     
  18. CHIKIRA MTABARI

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    Siku hizi wanafundisha hata kama ni ngazi ya kuanza masomo ya chuo iwe diploma au degree ya kwanza kama kuna somo la communication skills wanafundisha.

    Ila kwa msaada zaidi unaweza kununua kitabu cha communication skills ambacho mtunzi wake ni mhadhiri wa Chuo Kikuu Cha DSM anaitwa Michael Kadeghe kusema kweli hiki kitabu kina mambo mengi sana ya msingi.
     
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    CHIKIRA MTABARI Verified User

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    Mbona kuna elimu ya ujasiriamali kila pembe ya nchi yetu!!! (enterpreneurship)
     
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    chuku Member

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    Nitumie Email yako nikoforward cv yangu na barua ya kuombea kazi.