World Vision Armenia

About the Employer

World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization working to create lasting change in the lives of children, families and communities living in poverty. World Vision serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender.

World Vision came to Armenia 20 years ago providing emergency aid to the victims of December 1988 devastating earthquake. During the next twenty years WV’s projects have gone beyond meeting the demands of crisis situations to changing the quality of life in entire communities and helping Armenians to restore their country.
World Vision Armenia works in 150 communities in six marzes of Armenia and in Yerevan supporting 22 000 children and their families. The Organization fulfills advocacy, health care, economic development, child protection and spiritual growth activities.

American Exchange Organization
“American Exchange Organization” – is an organization that is officially accredited with the U.S. Department of State program of student exchange with the U.S. For almost 10 years of activity in AmerEx Org formed and continue to shape the wonderful and very productive partnerships with more than 70 countries and organizations! We will never stop in every way to expand the territory AmerEx Org and invite your organization to join! If you decide that you want to build one / some / all of our programs in their own region, we are happy to tell you what it will mean in regard to action taken by you.

An Interview Strategy

A Job Interview Is Not an Interrogation. If you read many books on job interviews, you’ll notice that some feed you lists of interview questions that you should learn answers to. But an interview is not an interrogation; it’s a conversation. Thus, the best way to prepare for an interview is to come armed with a small stories about both your business and personal life. In a traditional interview, the interviewer will ask you questions focused on whether you have the skills and knowledge needed to do the job.

But now interview goes further by asking you additional questions about your character and personal attributes that can better determine whether you fit their corporate culture. The Interviewer’s Priorities. An employer wants to find out: will you either make money or save money for the company? Are you a team player? Will you fit into the company culture? Your Story Strategy. You should start by developing your stories around these areas: • A crisis in your job and how you responded or recovered from it. • A time where you functioned as part of a team and what your contribution was. Your stories will give the interviewer sense of your individuality.

Need work, Career Direction

For a new graduate there can be many daunting aspects to the period between finishing university and finding and starting your first full-time job. But there’s no need to lose heart. Read on for some helpful advice about:

The job-hunting period:

For the first-time job hunter the period between finishing your studies and that first job offer can be a nervous and stressful time but it’s important to stay positive and focused. Click on the link for some helpful advice on how to keep yourself motivated and maximize your job-hunting success while minimizing stress levels!

Your job application:

A graduate employer provides some invaluable advice about how to maximize the effectiveness of your job applications, and avoid some of the more common mistakes. Also read about some tips for submitting applications for government jobs.

How best to tackle interviews:

Job interviews can be very nerve-racking experiences, especially for new graduates who might not be that familiar with the whole process. But there is no reason to fear interviews, with the right preparation and plenty of practice you’ll be well on your way to a job offer.  the link above for a few useful tips to help you prepare for a successful interview.

The value of volunteer work:

Very often when starting their careers, new graduates come up against that bewildering catch-22: they need experience before many employers will consider them, but they need a job in order to get that experience. Or do they?

Professional development:

The benefits of lifelong learning and professional development can be enormous. Be proactive about your professional development and give your career a boost.

What employers look for in employees:

Employers recruit many thousands of new graduates each year. Many employers look for very specific skills and attributes in the potential employees they screen. Find out what employers are looking for in their graduate employees, and discover how well you measure up.

Insights into graduate recruitment:

Graduate Careers Australia’s Graduate Outlook Survey provides an interesting insight into the graduate recruitment market and the likely future trends in Australia and New Zealand. Click on the link above to learn more.

Career Change Advice

Whether you want to return to work, get your dream job, achieve a better work-life balance or simply need the challenge, this 7 step career decision making advice will help you think through your midlife career change.
Let’s get started…
1. What skills and experience do you possess?
List exactly your skills and experience, focussing on what you can do, not on what you can’t. These are commonly called “transferable skills” because no matter what line of work you’re in, they are useful.
You’ve probably got unique talents or knowledge – go ahead and list that too. These may end up differentiating you from the rest, and land your dream job. (If you have problems identifying these, ask a friend, or consider some email coating.)

Okay, so there may be some gaps between you and your dream job, but if you could do it all already, why bother with a midlife career change? It’s highly likely you can close those gaps without going back to school full-time.
Sound unlikely? Well, have you heard of secondments, job shadowing, or learning on the job? And what about taking a sabbatical to work in the voluntary sector to test things out? All of these enable a mid life career change without going back to school.

(If you would like more help closing skills gaps, take a look at my free personal development plan guide.)

2. What field would you like to work in?
So now we know what you can do. Maybe you want to stay doing what you do, but in a different field? My uncle moved from a high flying banking job to become a financial director of a large theatre, fulfilling his love of the arts whilst still getting his “fix” of numbers.
Science, medicine, government, working from home, military…. There are so many choices it can be overwhelming. Luckily the next step will help narrow it down.
3. What lifestyle do you want?
Your lifestyle aspirations change as your circumstances change. What suited you as a footloose fancy-free twenty something may no longer hold water as a thirty something with 2.4 children, dog and pet rabbit. What is your ideal day? Who do you see? What kind of people are around you?
4. Where do you want to live?
Choosing to live in a remote community may be tough going if you have super niche skills. Maybe you can market those skills online – just check out if you can get broadband before you move :>)
Travelling is another consideration, be it the daily commute or international globe-trotting. Does this figure in your dream job? If so, you need to consider the dull reality of trains, planes and automobiles.
5. What salary fits your lifestyle?
Let’s talk money. How much money do you need to live your life – now and when you retire? It’s a sorry truth that most of us have to work to get bread on the table.
Don’t let dollar signs cloud your vision of your dream job though. My sister-in-law took a massive pay cut to move from corporate life to the public sector but one year later is earning more than her corporate salary.
6. What career progression exists?
Are you painting yourself into a corner career-wise? Does your dream job have a finite life span or are there opportunities to grow and develop? Lack of career progression may be why you are looking to change careers now! I certainly moved from one job as the glass ceiling was firmly fixed above my head.
7. How will you progress this?
Right, here’s the really difficult bit. I never said it was going to be easy ;>) In fact, I’ll spill the beans now. Making a midlife career change can be slow, hard work, and requires you to do some tough thinking. But consider the alternative – wasting your life in a dead end job, unfulfilled and embarrassed about how your obituary will read. (Besides, if you make the right decision, your enthusiasm will carry you through the trickier bits).
So come on, how will you progress this?
I’m not going to let you off the hook here! How are you going to land that dream job? Who do you need to speak to? What research needs done? Who can help? Just like fishing, you can only catch a fish when you have a line in the water. Your dream job is out there waiting to be caught.
Giving midlife career change advice is easy – it’s up to you to make it happen. But whenever you find the going getting tough, remember Van Gogh! Pull together an action plan and do it, no excuses.
By Lyndsay Swinton
Owner, Management for the Rest of Us

How to Write a Resume That Gets Interviews

Recruiters want resumes that are simple to understand, especially when it comes to the skills needed to perform the job and employment history. Use the job description to tailor your resume to the position. Think about instances where you went above and beyond the call of duty. Look at past performance reviews to refresh your memory. Employers want the best employees, and your resume should reflect your value.Your resume should show how you can benefit an employer — not just list your features and skills. when it comes to job searching, you have to have done what you claim on your resume.

It’s Your Turn: What to Ask an Interviewer
Asking questions shows that you’re interested in the job. It also gives you a chance to show how knowledgeable you are about the position. Most important, it lets you highlight why you’re the perfect candidate. You should direct specific questions about the job, its responsibilities and its challenges to them. You may also want to ask what kind of candidate they’re seeking. What are the most important skills for the job? How would you describe your ideal candidate?

Marketing Specialist

Work Time:
Full Time
Work experience required:
1-3 years
Suggested salary:

Job Description: Marketing Specialist is a sales position responsible for attraction of new Customers. A Candidate must display strong initiative, motivation and resourcefulness.

Job Responsibilities
1. Investigation of the market;
2. Conduct research and report on market demand and customer requirements;
3. Develop and manage client relations;
4. Represent our Company to the potential Customer;
5. Establish contacts with Customer, arrange meetings with them;
6. Attraction of new Customers, sale of our services
7. Achieve monthly and quarterly revenue, load count, and profit objectives.
8. Handles all other assigned duties as required.
Required Qualifications
Required qualifications:
1. Work experience preferred
2. Higher education on the required field
3. Fluency in English and Russian
4. Perfect Computer skills
Personal qualifications:
1. Superior interpersonal and communication skills. Cultivate relationships with partners
2. Stress-resistant
3. Ability to work under pressure

Make Yourself a More Attractive Candidate

Developing your writing, speaking, planning and organizational skills can make you a stronger candidate and help you find a job. Plus, these skills can make your job search go more smoothly. There are many ways to improve your writing skills: Read more. Take a writing courses. The instructors will also critique your work and help sharpen your skills. Strong presentation skills can help you interview and network more effectively. Here are some ways to improve your presentation and public speaking skills: Try to speak in front of a group as often as possible. Like all skills, public speaking takes practice. Learn to use the time you have. Effective time management makes you a more productive person, period. Honing this skill can help speed your job search and make it go more smoothly. It’ll also show an employer that you’ll be a productive worker who can prioritize projects and accomplish tasks.

Documenting Your Job Search

An integral part of any successful job search is keeping track of the details. How often are you sending out resumes? Can you even remember how many jobs you’ve applied to? Intense job hunting can feel chaotic at times.
Most of the tracking is already done in job portal.
You’re sending out tons of resumes, making lots of contacts, attending networking events and going out on interviews. Then, the phone rings and you have no idea who’s on the other end of the line.Diligently documenting your search gives you a quick reference guide you can use to refresh your memory when you need it most. Instead of stammering, you can instantly refer to your documents, Keep a list of contacts with detailed information about each individual and the dates you connected with them. Keep a list of the companies to which you’ve sent resumes. After an interview write down your thoughts. Pinpoint positive and negative aspects. These questions and their answers are key in analyzing your search.More About to make yourself to make a strong candidate

Find Search Part Time Job (earn extra income) | Work in Amenia

Be Prepared. First thing: create good resume. you can find many resume related articles on Job portal
Also you can create as many resume as you wish (in different languages).
Have a telephone answering machine or voice mail system, emails so potential employers can get in touch with you. Also be prepared to interview on-the-spot and even to get a job offer immediately.

Job Search Engines. Search the Job Portal Artmenia job sites for part time or remote job. Even if you haven’t find vacancy matching your criteria you still can apply for full time job. Some of the companies are ready to consider part time job if you have good profile.
Apply Direct Online. Many major employers of part-time workers, accept online applications. Job Portal is created Career Center tool where you can manage your career. Once you created your resume you can apply to as many vacancy as you want.
What You Need to Apply Online. The online applications I reviewed asked for your contact information, educational background and employment history. You will need to know when you worked and what are your skills like etc. All this information you can provide to employer via online application from Job portal. You may also be asked what days and hours you are available to work.
Be Alert. If you are interested in retail employment, keep you eye out for help wanted signs in store windows when you’re at the mall or in town. Ask the Manager if the store is hiring if you don’t see a sign.
Check the Ads. Review the Help Wanted ads in your local newspaper and pennysaver regularly. Many small employers advertise in the paper, rather than listing online.
Apply In Person. Applying in person is often the best mechanism for finding a part-time job. When you apply, your attire should be neat and tidy, hair and fingernails well groomed and your shoes moderate.
What to Bring. Bring the information you’ll need to fill out an application, including n ames and addresses of previous employers, dates of employment, references, and a resume if you have one. If you’re a teen, bring your working papers. Be prepared for a brief on-the-spot interview. prepared many interview related articles that you can look trough. Know when you are available to start the job and what hours you can work each week.

Have References Ready. Have a list of three references including name and phone number and email address ready to give to interviewers. If you don’t have employment references use other people, like people you have babysat for or neighbors, who can vouch for you.
Keep Track. Make a list of the companies you have applied to. If you are using Job Portal you’ll have this information and many more once you log in. After an interview, jot down the name of the person you spoke to. It’s easy to forgot or get mixed up when you are applying for several jobs. This way you will be prepared if you get a follow-up phone call.
Get Help. Utilize free and inexpensive services that provide and job search assistance and career services.
Use Your Network. Be aware of the fact that many, if not most, job openings aren’t advertised. Tell everyone you know that you are looking for work. Ask if they can help. Just recently, I have heard about someone getting hired for a position that her dentist told her about. Someone else got an internship because he mentioned he was looking at a birthday party. While an acquaintance was offered a job over the phone by an employer his friend had given his resume to. Networking really does work!

Portfolio Enterprise

Realizing the increasing demand for various complex services, our company initiated providing some of them.

If you have a new-born baby or kid in your family, but lack of experience for dealing with kids, or you just need some assistance in taking care, feeding or educating the child, do not hesitate to apply for a mature babysitter or nanny or governess. They will ease your concerns, and their support will allow you to enjoy more the communication with your kid.

cleaning1“Portfolio Enterprise” offers you complex cleaning services for your houses, apartments and office areas, as well as separate cleaning of windows and carpets with special cleaning supplies. You can order a one-time cleaning of your premises or sign a contract with us for a long-time cooperation. Our candidates are dressed properly in uniforms and have all necessary equipment, materials and chemical supplies for the job.
Our manager will contact you to get a better understanding of the venue’s cleaning requirements and your cleaning needs.

The contracts can be arranged on short -term or long-term basis.

We ensure:
• Qualified and experienced employees
• Flexible schedule
• Payment of all employees” taxes & insurance
• Providing supplies and equipment
Our offers are as follows:
• General cleaning
• Cleaning after construction
• Cleaning of apartments
• Cleaning of villas
• Cleaning of offices
• Washing of windows
• Washing stained-glass windows
• Daily cleaning
• Weekly or monthly scheduled cleaning

Main duties for house cleaning:
• Cleaning dust from boards, walls, furniture, lighting devices
• Washing of doors, plinths
• Washing windows and rubbing frames
• Vacuuming all floors, carpets, rugs and stairs
• Cleaning and disinfection of bowls, toilet bowls, baths
• Making up and straightening linen
• Emptying wastebaskets
• Cleaning stove drip pans

Main duties for office cleaning:
• Cleaning of floor coverings, walls and doors
• Cleaning of mirror and glass surfaces and elements of design
• Cleaning of the equipments and furniture (tables, chairs, PC monitors, office equipment, armchairs, sofas)
• Emptying wastebaskets
• Cleaning in sanitary and hygienic rooms
*Other duties by your wish.

*Consultation with our manager and his arrival to the site to study the volumes of work will be executed free of charge

*For regular clients discounts will be provided starting from 5%

Integral Design ev Engineering LLC

Work Time:
Full Time
Work experience required:
1-3 years
Suggested salary:

Installation and Service
Job Description: To work out design and draw up specifications for HVAC (Heating, ventilation, air conditioning) projects, to control, to manage and to monitor installation and commissioning works in accordance with local codes, standards as well as technical, quality and safety requirements.

Job Responsibilities
To provide high standard, innovative engineering solution for the project/cases and implementation of the solutions in the practice
To provide written brief summary of suggested engineering solution
To visit sites, to provide pilot analysis and draw up exposure drafts
Working out detailed design of HVAC systems on the basis of the pilot analysis as well as to provide shop-drawings, relevant specifications with use of contemporary AutoCAD based professional software
To provide detailed specifications of the designed HVAC systems in compliance with the company’s local standards
To coordinate and to supervise works carried out to ensure they meet design documents and shop-drawings as well as necessary standards
To provide commissioning and start-up of installed equipment in compliance with relevant manuals and instructions
To control all service works carried out by installers and technicians
To examine drawings, manuals, instructions that will be used by customers’ personal
Ensuring the accuracy and availability of all supporting documentation, procedures and manuals
Reviewing the quality of the services provided by Contractors and making recommendations where improvements are identified
Preparing and distributing reports to site management as required for HVAC systems.
Required Qualifications
• Diploma / Qualification in technical discipline
At least 2 year experience in HVAC Systems activities
Experience in electrical-mechanical, hydraulic devices
Proven experience in operation of HVAC plants
Knowledge of local codes and regulations regarding HVAC
Computer literate including AutoCAD
Fluent written and spoken of Armenian, English and Russian Languages