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Wednesday, July 23rd, 2008
Telecommunications is one of the huge and growing industries especially in India. Opportunities of Telecom Jobs are great in a wide variety of companies that make hardware and software and provide products and services that enable communication.
It is predicted that Employment growth in the telecommunications industry is expected to increase by 7% every year. Indian engineers witness a huge demand in the International Telecommunication Industry, as they are considered to be icons of high-tech executives, telecomm technicians, mechanical engineers, installers, telecomm marketers and desk top support people in Telecomm companies all around the world.
Career Opportunities in Telecommunications
From cable television to telephone service to the Internet, we depend daily on the reliability and stability of our telecommunications network, and those who make careers in the industry can look forward to strong, steady growth. The various career options available in Telecom field are:
Engineers of various types are in great demand in Indian Telecom industry. Although the specifics of different assignments vary e.g. network engineers will plan network needs and field engineers will install equipment at a customer site.
The test engineers make sure the product works. These kinds of Telecom Jobs hold a lot of potential, since, the test cycle is often as long as the development cycle.
Software or Applications Engineers
These kind of engineers concentrate on writing codes. Most IT based companies require code to be written on Unix-based machines.
Customer Support Staff
Customer support answers customer e-mails or phone calls, helping to solve problems. This includes everything from identifying to fixing bugs. This is often a good place to start a career in Telecommunication Jobs, particularly if one lacks an engineering background.
There are many professions that are closely connected with the Telecom Jobs. These include career options as, Communication Equipment Mechanics, Repairers, installer, Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Installers and Repairers, Power Reactor Operators, Frame Wirers, Power Distributors and Dispatchers, Radio Mechanics, Signal and Track Switch Repairers.
Thursday, July 17th, 2008
Paralegals must be familiar with computers and have technical knowledge about how to use software data effectively. The Internet and software programs are now essential in legal research. Paralegals use computer databases frequently in their research. Many paralegals work to update corporate databases with scanned images, maps, bills or other documents. If paralegals have not acquired these skills or this knowledge through experience or their previous education, they should ask their employers about additional training to keep abreast of recent advancements in information technology and database systems.
Some Paralegal Jobs require a bachelor’s degree, while some require an associate’s degree. As the duties of paralegals increase in the coming years, paralegals with more education and training will have a better chance at receiving of this position. An education is needed to work as a paralegal due to the complexity and experience needed to perform the following tasks, all of which may be required of the job. Here are some of the tasks required of paralegals to perform Paralegal Jobs;
- Coordinate the activities of law office employees and maintain financial office records.
- Help lawyers prepare for closings, trials, hearing and meetings.
- Identify relevant laws, legal articles judicial decisions and any other materials that relate to cases.
- Prepare written reports for attorneys about work.
- Assist lawyers in preparing legal arguments, motions and draft pleadings.
- Draft contracts, separation agreements, mortgages, and instruments of trust.
- Prepare estates and tax returns.
- Work in many different areas of the law, including litigation, corporate law, personal injury, criminal law, employee benefits, intellectual property, labor law, bankruptcy, immigration, family law and real estate.
- Assist attorneys with employee contracts, stock-option plans, shareholder agreements and employee benefit plans.
- Prepare and file annual financial reports, prepare forms to secure loans for the corporation and maintain corporate minutes’ record resolutions.
- Monitor and review government regulations to ensure that a corporation is aware of new requirements and is operating within the laws.
- Oversee projects and serve as a communication link between the team and the corporation.
- Analyze legal material for internal use, conduct research for attorneys, maintain reference files, and collect and analyze evidence for agency hearings.
- Prepare informative or explanatory material on laws, agency policy, agency regulations for general use by the agency and the public.
Help the aged, the poor, and others who are in need of legal assistance.
Thursday, July 10th, 2008
It is very easy to find Customer Service Jobs in almost each and every field in the Job market. All types of offices, companies (small or big), professional’s etc. require customer service people to assist their customers and provide good services to maintain their businesses. Although Customer Service Jobs are easy to find but full of complications for people who lacks in patience and gets frustrated very fast. The disadvantage of Customer Service Jobs is that you have to serve the customers, which is not that easy as it seems to be.
Customer Service isn’t rocket science and isn’t a department. It is a simple philosophy that should be practiced by everyone in an organization, regardless of their position, and it can be broken down into four basic parts; these four points could be considered the starting point – the basics of Customer Service Jobs. By understanding these very simple techniques, you will be well on your way to creating more moments of magic for your customers.
Common sense means doing the obvious. It is a little more than treating your respected customers like you would want to be treated. It is simply treating your customers the way they want to be treated by an agent or organization. Understand that what you would expect might be different than what your customer might expect from you. Common sense is a basic technique of Customer Service Jobs.
Don’t let “company policies” stand in the way of making a customer happy. However there is possibly a point where you have to take a stand. In spite of what you may have heard, the customer is not always a right side. Let them be wrong with dignity, if they are wrong. Do what you can, within that kind of reason, to see that your customer is always happy.
There are two types of problems to solve – business and non-business problems. Business problems include taking care of meeting and complaint a customer’s needs. Non-business problems that have nothing to do with what you and your company do on the daily basis. These customers are coming to you to either satisfy a complaint or have you help them with a problem, and you should always need to be there to help them.
This is probably one of the most important techniques in Customer Service Jobs. You can have a long-term satisfied respected customer for years. You have to recover, as soon as something bad happens; it is the recovery that will be on customer’s final judgment on just how good you really are.
Tuesday, July 1st, 2008
Customers may not be impressed with your company, without a first-rate receptionist greeting walk-in customers, answering phones, and directing traffic. A receptionist is often the first voice a caller hears, and that first impression goes a long way to determining how a customer responds to any sales presentations or business opportunities your company offers. Depending upon the position, a Receptionist Job can be considered a low ranking, dead end or servile position, or it could be perceived as having a certain veneer of glamour with opportunities for networking in order to other positions within a specific field. Some people may use Receptions Jobs as a way to familiarize oneself with office work, or to learn of other functions or positions within a corporation.
Personal Qualities and Skills:
There are various important requirements and qualities that a Receptionist Jobs description asks to be fulfilled from those that apply to such jobs.
- A polite manner, clear speach and a high standard of personal appearance are important qualities in a receptionist. A receptionist must be calm and well organised, even when working under pressure.
- The receptionist is usually the first person to receive a customer complaint, so you must have excellent customer service skills, tact, and know when to refer a case to the upper management
- Receptionist work requires accuracy and attention to detail.
- Receptionists must be familiar with handling cash, cheques, credit cards, and foreign currency.
- The ability to speak a foreign and national language can be useful.
- Receptionist should be able to operate standard office equipment, such as computers, photocopiers and fax machines.
- Other tasks include word processing and general clerical work,
- Personality means: friendliness professionalism, attention to detail and efficiency. These are the traits employer should look for when interviewing potential receptionists.
The receptionist needs to be able to perform a lot of duties, including keeping an eye on who comes and goes at the same time an eye on the guest rooms and reception area.