The Team That Powers This Organisation

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THE ONE AND ONLY REQUIREMENT: GREAT ENGLISH SKILLS!

What We Are Looking For:

Being a human resources (HR) manager can be an extremely rewarding job as it is challenging and dynamic and you play a vital role within any organisation.

You will be charged with finding the best people for the job in the organisation’s different sections.

Once these individuals are hired, you will be responsible for making sure they are well trained and capable of high performance.

A good human resources employee develops and manages the company’s culture. They recruit new hires, maintain benefits and payroll, mediate conflict and engage in training and development. Their role is at the core of a company’s success.

A great talking skill would mean a lot!

What You Will Be Doing:

As an HR manager, you will be developing, advising and acting upon policies relating to the most effective use of a staff. You will be responsible for ensuring our company employs the right team members in terms of experience and skill while also making sure that there are plenty of growth opportunities available to employees seeking to further their career at the organisation.

While the nature of the work depends on the situation, typical duties include:

  • Recruiting staff; this will include creating job descriptions and person specifications, checking applications,  shortlisting and interviewing & selecting candidates.
  • Negotiating with employees and their representatives on issues relating to pay and working conditions.
  • Advising on pay and remuneration issues such as benefits and promotions.
  • Advising your company on employment law.
  • Regularly reviewing staff salaries.
  • Carrying out disciplinary procedures and handling grievances.

Creating and implementing policies on issues such as performance management, working conditions and equal opportunities.

It is important for a HR manager to have a clear understanding of what their company’s objectives are in order to create and implement successful policies. You will deal with staff welfare, strategy and planning so it is a high pressure role.

Is It The Right Job For Me?

If you wish to succeed as a HR manager, you need to be tenacious and thick-skinned. Here are some other skills that successful HR managers usually have:

* Excellent interpersonal, organisational and diplomatic skills.
* Good IT and budgeting skills.
* An ability to keep up to date with local and international employment law.
* The capacity to make tough decisions without allowing emotions to cloud your judgment.
* An interest in helping employees with career development.

What We Are Looking For:

Administrators are crucial to effective and efficient day-to-day operations of any company.

Those working in this position will usually be responsible for supporting the organisation in a variety of ways including bookkeeping, communications, scheduling, data entry, secretarial services and much more.

If you have a love of organising and enjoy putting everything in place, you may be the perfect fit for the role of administrator.

What You Will Be Doing:

The role of administrator involves a great deal of multitasking. You will work with teams, oversee the operations within your company, manage groups, coordinate with management and engage in planning according to the needs of your company. If there are office resource or administrative issues, you will be the person expected to deal with them.

Here is a quick list of typical administrator duties:

  • Management of office equipment
  • Maintaining a clean and enjoyable working environment
  • Handling external or internal communication or management systems
  • Managing clerical or other administrative staff
  • Organizing, arranging and coordinating meetings
  • Sorting and distributing incoming and outgoing post
  • Assists in identifying, maintaining and arranging the records of the company for risk management and legal purposes.

Much of the work involves oral and written communication, word processing and dealing with email and telephone enquiries. Many people fail to acknowledge the importance of a good administrator within an organisation as this individual has a demanding job that is integral to the success of the business.

Is It The Right Job For Me?

If you can’t do more than one or two things at a time without being distracted or allowing your concentration to waver, perhaps you should consider another role. However, if you are proficient at multi-tasking and enjoy the challenge of performing disparate tasks at the same time, it is a role you should definitely consider. You also need to have great interpersonal skills as you have to communicate with various staff levels within the organisation ranging from executives to junior office workers.

Here is a list of other skills that will stand you in good stead as an administrator:

  • Great attention to detail.
  • An ability to remain calm under extreme pressure.
  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • Being a team player.
  • Willing to show initiative.
  • A thorough and methodical approach to your work.

What We Are Looking For:

If you are interested in giving people what they want, a career in sales may be your dream role. The primary goal of anyone in the sales arena is to meet customer needs by providing the products/services they desire.

Those who enter the sales realm love the ‘buzz’ they get from closing a sale and enjoy the back and forth that usually takes place with customers. It is a career for someone with charisma, confidence and an earnest desire to help people. If this sounds like you, read on to learn more about sales.

What You WIll Be Doing:

This depends on the sales role you work in but no matter what, your overall goal is to sell as great a quantity of our company’s products/services to customers as possible. However, you must also ensure you maintain a good relationship with clients. It is a high-pressure role where you will be expected to meet certain targets; here is a list of your likely duties:

  • Recommending changes in products/services and company policy by evaluating results.
  • Maintain records on customer sales.
  • Deal with customer complaints by investigating issues and come up with solutions.
  • Prepare reports and make recommendations to management.
  • Keep management informed by submitting activity and sales reports along with monthly and annual territory analyses.
  • Attend educational workshops, establish professional and personal networks and read relevant industry publications in order to keep up to date.
  • Identify new markets and opportunities.

For most candidates, their career in sales will begin with a job as a trainee. At this stage, emphasis will be placed on creating long-term relationships with customers instead of looking for quick sales. As you progress, your role will involve becoming an all-round business consultant to help making the businesses more profitable.

Is This The Right Job For Me?

It goes without saying that you need exceptional sales skills and a keen interest in business. Here is a list of other qualities that suggest a suitable candidate:

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • A confident and determined mindset.
  • A high level of drive and self-motivation.
  • The ability to grow in a competitive environment.
  • The capacity to cope with rejection.
  • IT & numeracy skills.
  • Commercial awareness.

If you meet all of the above criteria and have lots of energy and enthusiasm, you could forge an extremely successful career in sales.

What We Are Looking For:

Marketing is an enormous industry with any number of openings just waiting to be filled by talented employees. If you are seeking excitement in your work, you are probably suited to a career in the world of marketing. Below, we provide an overview of the field while also briefly looking at a variety of different jobs available.

What You Will Be Doing:

Naturally, this depends on the role you chose within the marketing industry. For example, as a marketing executive you will be responsible for managing and controlling the relationship between what our company has to offer and the audience. Your goal is to match the service/product with the needs and desires of your target audience in order to increase sales. It is a job where new challenges emerge every day as you continually perform market research. Here is an overview of what you will be doing as a marketing executive:

  • Liaising and networking with consumers, suppliers and colleagues.
  • Finding advertising opportunities and different mediums for adverts including the Internet, radio and television.
  • Managing marketing material production including posters, flyers, e-newsletters and more.
  • Evaluating existing marketing campaigns to see what improvements are needed.
  • Monitoring the activities of rival marketing teams.

As a marketing manager, you will be in charge of market research, promotions and product development in order to increase a campaign’s chances of success. In this role you have the opportunity to work within a variety of sectors including fast moving consumer goods, the public sector, industrial products and consumer durables. Here is a quick list of things you will be doing as a marketing manager:

  • Creating marketing presentations and promotional briefs.
  • Giving presentations to clients.
  • Monitoring the progress of marketing campaigns.
  • Communicating with marketing executives during the aforementioned campaigns.
  • Developing marketing strategies.

Is It The Right Job For Me?

If you want to be a success in this field you need the following:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Good negotiating and skills.
  • The ability to work by yourself or as part of a team.
  • A deep knowledge and understanding of statistics.
  • A creative approach to new marketing campaigns.
  • An immense amount of drive and determination.

If you liked the information provided in this, then a career in marketing might be right for you.

What We Are Looking For:

If you enjoy helping others and are a good communicator, a job in customer service could be ideal. It is a crucial role in any organisation as you deal with customer queries and complaints.

You are usually the first contact with the company so it is important to be friendly and amiable either on the phone or face-to-face.

If you are known as a people person, enjoy having variety in your day-to-day activities and relish the opportunity to solve problems, a job in customer service could be your dream role.

What You Will Be Doing:

One of the great things about customer service is the variety of roles on offer. At entry-level, you can expect to be employed as a customer service assistant and your job involves ensuring customers end the discussion happier than when they started.

You will answer customer queries, deal with complaints and provide information on the products and services offered by our company. The modes of communication include email, phone, web chat and face-to-face. Other tasks may include:

  • Selling products/services & taking customer orders.
  • Answering queries or passing customers to another department.
  • Arranging services for customers.
  • Entering customer information on to a computer database.
  • Handling complaints or passing the customer to a manager.

In customer service, it is highly unlikely that two days will be the same as your daily routine can vary depending on where you work. If you work in our retail department for example, you will be expected to remain up-to-date with the latest company offers and promotions which you then explain to customers.

Is It The Right Job For Me?

If you are still interested in becoming a member of our company’s customer service team after reading all of the above, you need to discover if it is a role that fits your skills and personality. If you are:

  • A ‘people person’
  • Someone who likes being part of a team
  • A problem solver
  • A great communicator
  • Polite, pleasant and patient
  • Capable of dealing with complaints calmly
  • Naturally talkative

Then you’re a perfect fit for a customer service role!

What We Are Looking For:

As the job title suggests, the role of Project Manager involves ensuring a project is completed on time and within budget. If you go down this career path, you could participate in projects in a wide variety of industries. This might include managing the creating of an extensive building development or introducing a new computer system. Keep reading to determine whether the job of Project Manager is suitable for you.

What You Will Be Doing:

As a Project Manager, you must be vigilant and energetic to ensure everyone is performing their task correctly. You’ll work on one project at a time and oversee a group of people to ensure a particular set of objectives are met. Day-to-day activities include:

  • Representing the interests of your client/organisation.
  • Conducting risk assessment.
  • Keeping track of employees and progress with IT systems.
  • Recruiting sub-contractors and specialists.
  • Careful monitoring of sub-contractors to ensure guidelines are properly maintained.
  • Agreeing timescales, costs, and resources.
  • Overseeing billing, costs, and accounting.
  • Ensuring the aims of the project are achieved and quality standards are met.

Is It The Right Job For Me?

Successful Project Managers must possess the following traits:

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Strong organisational skills including the ability to multitask, and attention to detail.
  • Budget planning skills.
  • Leadership and negotiation skills.
  • The capacity to motivate a team.
  • The ability to work under extreme pressure and strict deadlines.

If you like the information provided here, then a career as a Project Manager might be a good fit for you.

What We Are Looking For:

In this role, you will collect and analyse data and present it to us. This data typically revolves around what consumers or organisations purchase, need or think and outlines the reasons why these actions are taken. It is used for assessing consumer preferences, evaluating rivals, and new product testing.

If you enjoy collecting data and excel when it comes to clearly and concisely communicating massive amounts of information, keep reading to see if the role of market researcher is right for you.

What You Will Be Doing:

As a market researcher, you will specialise in one of the following:

  • Qualitative Research: You will analyse options and provide the reasons behind data. This is a lengthy process and could potentially last several years.
  • Quantitative Research: You will work with percentages and statistics with the goal being to provide us with data that we can quickly use.

The type of work you’ll carry out depends on your sector, but day-to-day activities might include the following:

  • Consulting about the objectives and requirements of the project.
  • Carrying out quantitative or qualitative research.
  • Formulating a plan and presenting it to senior management or a client.
  • Designing specific research methods such as questionnaires.
  • Managing and organising information with statistical software.
  • Monitoring research report progress.
  • Analysing and interpreting the data, you find to identify patterns and find solutions.
  • Advise your clients or senior management on the best ways to use the information.

If these sounds interesting to you, you might be a good fit for market researcher!

What We Are Looking For:

In this role you’ll be responsible for the lay out, design and coding of a website. You can expect to be involved in the graphical and technical elements of the design process and you could work with small businesses or large corporations.

It’s important to note that a web developer is very different to a web designer yet these two roles are often confused with one another. In reality, developers perform a more specialist role in the design of a website. Still interested in a Web Designer job role? Read on to determine if this Web Designer job description is right for you.

What You Will Be Doing:

As a web designer you need to be up to date with the rapid changes in the field. It has changed significantly within the last few years thanks to the rise of Smartphones and other mobile technology. Now it’s necessary to ensure your clients’ websites are created with responsive design. This means the website can be properly viewed on a screen of any size and it should load quickly on any device.

Although your role varies depending on the technical level of the site and the clients you work for, typical duties include:

  • Creating website designs and producing samples for clients.
  • Meeting with clients to discuss their requirements or to receive feedback.
  • Developing a high level of expertise in programming languages such as CSS, JavaScript and HTML.
  • Maintaining and updating websites you have already designed.
  • Testing the website for problems and uploading it on a server before registering it with a host of search engines such as Google, Yahoo! and Bing.
  • Ensuring the site is properly optimised for the search engines.
  • Keeping up to date with new software developments.

Is It The Right Job For Me?

In order to become a successful web designer, you’ll need to display the following traits:

  • Outstanding attention to detail.
  • Excellent creative skills.
  • The ability to solve complex problems.
  • An understanding of each client’s business in order to determine their target audience.
  • The capacity to teach yourself new technical skills.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Leadership capabilities.

If you liked the description provided here, then a career as Web Designer might be right for you.

What We Are Looking For:

A Web Developer is responsible for creating and implementing an array of Web-based products using languages such as PHP, MySQL, Ajax, and JavaScript. You develop back-end components, connect the application with other web services, and assist front-end developers by ensuring their work integrates with the application. Also, you might be asked to develop and integrate plug-ins for popular frameworks.

What You Will Be Doing:

Web Developers have the following responsibilities:

Code Analysis
You must conduct a rigorous analysis of the website or webpage requirements. This involves a brainstorming session with a development team to either come up with ideas for a new site/page or a complete revamp of an existing one. Then you’ll need to determine the feasibility of each idea before identifying the best way to proceed. You’re also expected to offer details on the site’s features and functionalities.

Development & Database Optimisation
The next step is to use your technical knowledge to develop the site/page as per the final plan. What you create must be dynamic and include the advantages of Ruby or PHP Script. A Web Developer is expected to develop a portal with an optimised database.

Testing
You have to test the site/page for every conceivable error and get feedback from the client. Once you have located errors, debug them and finalise the site/page. After receiving approval, implement the webpage or host the site online.

Maintenance
A Web Developer’s job is not done when the website/webpage has been published! You must update it continuously and alter functionalities from time to time to improve visibility and user experience.

Is It The Right Job For Me?

To become a successful Web Developer, you must possess the following:

  • Excellent knowledge of the basic PHP, Ruby, UNIX or web server exploits along with their solutions.
  • Total understanding of programming languages’ fully synchronous behaviour.
  • The ability to integrate a variety of data sources and databases into a single system.
  • Knowledge of SQL/NoSQL databases.
  • The capacity to understand accessibility and security compliance.
  • Proficiency when it comes to code versioning tools.

If these sounds like you, a web developer might be the perfect job for you.

What We Are Looking For:

In this role you’ll use text and images to communicate ideas and information. The graphics you design will be used in advertising, signage and labels and can appear in print media or online.

You are expected to meet clients and gain an understanding of their needs before making any design decisions. Once you have agreed upon the appropriate media and style, the next step is to come up with designs that are ‘on brand’. Still interested in a Graphic Designer job role? If you enjoy keeping up to date with industry software and have genuine creative flair, read on to find a Graphic Designer job description.

What You Will Be Doing:

Be prepared to work on several projects at the same time! Typical duties include:

  • Meeting with clients to learn about their budget and project requirements.
  • Managing client proposals from start to finish including during the design, print and production processes.
  • Developing design briefs that meet the demands and expectations of clients.
  • Thinking creatively to produce new design ideas that appeal to the target audiences of your clients.
  • Providing account managers or clients with finalised concepts and ideas.
  • Keeping up to date with new technologies and working with Computer Aided Design (CAD).
  • Working with other creative individuals such as copywriters, web developers and photographers.

Is It The Right Job For Me?

In order to become a successful graphic designer, you’ll need to display the following traits:

  • Creative flair and a real enthusiasm for design.
  • Outstanding IT skills with special emphasis on photo-editing and design software.
  • Good organisational and time management skills.
  • The ability to work as part of a team.
  • Detailed knowledge of the latest technological updates and trends and an understanding of how to use them to assist your clients.
  • Excellent presentation skills and the confidence to sell your ideas to clients.
  • The ability to work on several projects to a high standard at the same time.

Sounds interesting? You might just be a good fit for graphic designer!

What We Are Looking For:

The role of budget analyst is crucial in the running of any company as it involves preparing the annual budget, comparing it to the real results and reporting anything that differs from the original budget. You will be responsible for analysing budgeting and accounting reports to ensure they are compliant with financial rules and regulations.

What You Will Be Doing:

The allocation of financial resources is of paramount importance to the health of any organisation. As a budget analyst, you will help our company by enabling us to reach our objectives through the formulation, designing, testing and defining of business process requirements, information systems and policies.

Here is an overview of some of your likely duties:

  • Overseeing the preparation of regular and special monthly budgets.
  • Analysis of monthly department accounting and budgeting reports to ensure that expenditure controls are maintained.
  • Development and implementation of budgets.
  • Forecasting a company’s financial needs.
  • Process, load and validate the data that flows through a company’s budget information systems.
  • Resolution of any discrepancies in data that you find.

If you reach the role of senior budget analyst, you will be required to improve the processes and profitability. This means you will need to conduct research and analyses while reviewing financial statements, budgets and statistics to find any issues.

Is It The Right Job For Me?

In order to become a successful budget analyst, you will need high standards of integrity and confidentiality as well as possessing strong statistical and mathematical abilities. Other essential skills include excellent verbal and written communication and the ability to understand and use financial software packages. Here is a quick look at some of the necessary capabilities required in order to become a budget analyst:

  • Analytical Skills: You need to be able to process large amounts of varied information while solving complex problems and evaluating costs and benefits.
  • Mathematics: Strong maths skills are a requirement along with the ability to use software such as spreadsheets, financial analysis programs and database functions.
  • Writing Skills: You will be required to present technical information in a format that makes it easy to understand for the layperson.
  • Attention to Detail: Every item must be carefully analysed in order to create an efficient budget.
  • Communication: You will be asked to defend your recommendations and analyses in meetings which means you need the ability to communicate clearly.
If you enjoy responsibility and love number crunching, budget analyst is likely to be the right job for you.

What We Are Looking For:

As a records officer you will be responsible for the creation & storage of our company’s recorded information; you are also in charge of retrieving and disposing of this data. This information can come in a number of formats including photos, film, paper or digital.

It is a crucial role in any company because without this data, the organisation will be unable to function properly. Still interested in Records Officer job role? Read on for detailed Records Officer job description.

What You Will Be Doing:

Your typical duties as a records officer will generally include the following:

  • Creating & maintaining company databases to ensure quick retrieval of information.
  • Developing record distribution and storage policies.
  • Auditing the information that is created and stored within the company.
  • Analysing our company’s information needs and developing procedures to ensure these requirements are met.
  • Referring to policy & legislative requirements in order to determine the length of time company records are kept.
  • Potentially overseeing the transition from paper to electronic management systems.
  • Providing the necessary support to ensure the accountability, transparency and regulatory requirements of the company are met.

As a records officer you will be required to work closely with all company staff to ensure the organisation’s existing information systems provides them with the data they need to perform their duties.

Is It The Right Job For Me?

If you wish to be hired as a records officer, you need to show evidence of the following:

  • Meticulous attention to detail.
  • Good written and oral communication skills.
  • Analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Strong negotiation skills.
  • Familiarity with information systems and archives.
  • A high level of confidence as you will need to talk with all members of a company ranging from entry level to executive.
  • The capacity to get a clear overview of your company’s activities.
  • Outstanding organisation skills.

What We Are Looking For:

If you decide to become an accountant, you will be getting involved in an industry that essentially runs the world of business and commerce. All financial transactions must be accounted for and/or reported which means accountancy is an occupation with many forms.

If you love numbers and want to become a crucial part of the finance world, read on because accountancy could be the ideal profession for you.

What You Will Be Doing:

If you are a certified accountant (don’t worry, training is available), you will be responsible for improving an organisation’s efficiency and maximising its profitability. Typical duties of certified accountants include:

  • Risk analysis and financial forecasting.
  • Administering the company’s payroll.
  • Preparing business plans, financial statements, budgets and reports.
  • Controlling an organisation’s income and expenditure.
  • Liaising with colleagues, clients and managerial staff.
  • Analysis and investigation of monthly and annual financial reports.
  • Development and management of financial systems and policies.

You get the opportunity to show your gift for numbers and help keep our company’s financial engine operating smoothly.

Is this a good job for me?

Accountancy needs to meet ever-changing laws and procedures of a complex nature so you must be someone who is willing to learn new things. As well as providing balance sheets, audit & budget reports and accounts, you must also play the role of business advisor. Technical abilities are essential as you will be expected to take a more strategic role in the future and you are also expected to be honest and trustworthy. Here is a list of other key skills we look for in prospective candidates:

  • Integrity & creativity.
  • Analytical ability.
  • Excellent numerical and IT skills.
  • Communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills.
  • An interest in business and top notch commercial sense.
  • Self-motivation.
  • The ability to work as a member of a team.

Accountancy is a career where dedication and a willingness to seek personal growth will yield significant rewards. There are plenty of promotion opportunities available and a host of different roles to choose from.

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About Us

International Group of Anthony is an awe-inspiring invention company. We believe in a fun working environment with flexible work hours. We played computer games together and uses 2 hours shift instead of the regular 8 hours. We are constantly seeking for awesome ideas, and we reward people for hard work by offering lots of activities!

Having fun is the only objective! We’re always looking for high achieving members to help us create awesome products, services, strong relationships, and the best company in the world. If you think you've got what it takes, apply right now! We promise it’ll be a career like no other.

The Team

What we do at IGA is to make working fun. In order to do so, we look for the best people to help us shape our company. IGA employees are high achievers, efficient workers, team players, and overall awesome people! At IGA, it's all about attitude and fit. Are you ready to do what it takes to create the best invention in the world? Are you willing to put the team's needs above your own? If your answer is yes, then we encourage you to apply.

Our Objective

At IGA, we are not just here to make money. We are here to revolutionise the world! The job is simple, making new and awesome stuff that surprises the public.

1. Make beneficial inventions to all living things.
2. To prevent interference in the internal and/or natural development of a civilisation.
3. To protect and maintain the public health and well-being.

Our Workplace

IGA's headquarters are located at Gaoshu Airfield in Taiwan. The 70,000 square metres of empty grass runway includes plenty of outdoor spaces, a large hanger, and plenty of space designed to encourage creativity and innovation. We are proud to call this vast land our home. After all, not everybody can work in an airfield riding an ATV!

Besides the awesome headquarters, we also have outposts located in China and Malaysia. Soon, there will be another one at Singapore!