How was your experience of hiring a Filipino through onlinejobs.ph or any other medium for Web design? What are the “do”s and “dont”s?

Answer by Julia Jasmine Madrazo-Sta Romana:

When hiring web designers or other Filipino workers through Onlinejobs. ph, here are a few things that you need to remember

DO:

  • Check the jobseeker’s IDProof score. IDProof is their way of making sure that the account is created by a legitimate jobseeker. This minimizes your risk of hiring a scammer or having your work outsourced to a less skilled worker.
  • Ask for a portfolio. It’s hard to assess their skill based on their account alone. A portfolio should give you a better idea of what they can do
  • Ask for work/character references.
  • Be realistic about your expectations. If you’re looking for a web designer, look for an amazing web designer. Don’t expect that awesome web designer to also be an SEO expert, a master copywriter, a rockstar VA, etc. It’s just not something most people can do and most of the people who claim to do this are lying through their teeth.
  • Write a good job post. You want to attract the best talent possible so be clear about what you expect from your workers and what they can expect from you.
  • Be patient. Finding the right worker is a lot like dating. Sometimes you have to kiss a few frogs to find your prince.
  • Read this to learn more: Establishing Trust with Your Filipino VA

DON’T

  • Be cheap. Pay them according to their skill and experience.
  • Post your contact details on your job post, you’ll risk exposing yourself to scammers or fake workers.
  • Pre-pay for work. Protect yourself and pay after work has been delivered, not before.

How was your experience of hiring a Filipino through onlinejobs.ph or any other medium for Web design? What are the “do”s and “dont”s?

Human Resource Manager – August 26, 2014

Infinisys Pty Ltd is looking for a Human Resource Manager to support the Executive team with recruitment and HR systems development for the business. The role will require a person with amazing communication skills, a strong solution-orientation to problems and be self-directed, working in a fully autonomous role. The position will require a logical systems-based approach to the development of our ongoing HR systems around talent acquisition, recruiting, retention, training, performance management and more.

The Human Resource
The Human Resource (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Applicants will be responsible for:
• Recruitment
• Induction and review processes
• HR systems development
• Communication of HR policies through intranet & training sessions
• Compliance with local legal employment frame works
• Manage and direct HR team (in time)

Requirements:

  • Perfect English language proficiency in speaking and writing
  •  Minimum of five years experience in a similar role
  • Certification in HR or similar area with demonstrable experience
  • Ability to deal with people from varied backgrounds and cultures
  • Knowledgeable about government policy and regulations
  • Team-player with outstanding communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong time management skills with excellent attention to detail
  • Understanding of HR Information Systems would be highly advantageous.
  • Reliable internet connection
  • A reliable PC or laptop
  • A reliable and quiet work environment

If this sounds like something you’d be interested to learn more about then please email us with “I’m the HR Manager you’ve been looking for” in the subject area to show that you’ve read to the end of this advertisement before applying. Can you also please tell us in 50 words or less why you think you’d be the best person in the world at this role?

This is a full-time position. Salary is $750/month.

Online Photography Tutor – August 22, 2014

Acadsoc Ltd is looking for experienced photographers who can teach online and help develop a curriculum for student photographers.

This image shows a Canon EOS 350D digital sing...
This image shows a Canon EOS 350D digital single-lens reflex camera with a Tamron 18-200 f/3.5-6.3 XR Di II LD lens. Thanks to Andreas Böttger for allowing me to make this photo. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Applicants must be knowledgeable and experienced in the latest trend in photography, particularly Digital Photography, Studio and Location lighting, Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom along with Traditional Silver based Photography .

The accepted applicant will be asked to help develop the following courses:

  1. Fundamentals of Photography
  2. Digital Photography
  3. Lighting and Exposure
  4. Human Image
  5. Nature Image
  6. Wedding Photography
  7. Sport Photography
  8. Composition
  9. Camera + Gear Course
  10. Photoshop

This is a part-time, home-based job. Salary: PHP15000 to 20000 depending on knowledge and experience.

Please send CV with photo, application letter to jazz@acadsoc.com

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