Project manager assistant wanted

Discussion in 'Services & Employment' started by Harrispmi, Jan 5, 2012.

  1. Harrispmi
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    Harrispmi New Member

    Dear Friends from yacht industries.

    We are seeking for a project manager assitant who can be stationed in our office and shipyard located in the South Korea.

    Our company has 5 affiliate companies in Korean maritime industry and 2 of them are IPO sized coporatoins.

    There are several projects going on in our company this year and brief descriptions of expert we would like to work with as follow;

    1. Minimum 5years experiances in ship or yacht building industries.
    2. Person who has a bachelor's degree
    3. Person who has both experiances in the GRP and Aluminum yacht buildings.
    4. Person who has good performances in cost anylize, business plannings
    5. Person who has good strength to manage the given team.
    6. Person who can perform the global business and promotions.

    The position can be either Project manager or Project management assitant depends on the career and experiences.

    Work conditions.

    1. Accomodations: Company provides
    2. Transportations: Company provides with a mid sized car.
    3. Insurance: Company provides
    4. Airfare: Round trip fare paid
    5. Meal: Company provides

    8hr per day/ 5days per week.
    Work period: 1year minimum with signed contract.

    Brief work description.
    - Global business strategies building (Global Sales and promotions.)
    ** Commision also can be paid
    - Yacht building solutions and managent
    ** Bill of material, process control, cost analyze etc.,
    - Project management
    ** Super yacht ( on going project now)
    GRP Luxury yacht ( on going project now )
    Gov business ( on going project now )

    For those whome may concern, please do not hesitate to send your inquiries to us.

    For those whome may interested in working with us, please send your resume with salary terms and conditoins indicated on it.

    morucraft@gmail.com

    Thanks.

    Harri
     
  2. watchkeeper

    watchkeeper Previous Member

    A genuine offer or scam - no company email only gmail and a colleague in Dubai sent in his CV (against my advice) never received a reply.
     
  3. goldeneye73
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    goldeneye73 Yacht Designer

    Dear Harri, i have submitted my work samples and CV. what is the condition of it? hope it got your interest?
     
  4. goldeneye73
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    goldeneye73 Yacht Designer

    can you give me your company web address please? i want to check you out.
     
  5. watchkeeper

    watchkeeper Previous Member

    FYI: murocraft is not Korean but it is a Swedish computer game and no company listed in SK with murocraft
     
  6. goldeneye73
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    goldeneye73 Yacht Designer

    i think it will be a scam then :( , they replied to me asking with how much salary i want . why they are doing this?
     
  7. watchkeeper

    watchkeeper Previous Member

    If its a genuine/serious position and offer, the recruiter or company should provide details of the package, if its a company HR they wouldn't be shy about stating the details.

    Asking for your salary expectations before revealing the package helps them if your expectation is less than they are prepared to pay for the right guy, remember this is min 12m project maybe only 12m max contract worth more salary than perment contract.

    From where I am Koreans don't have the best reputation and most here avoid doing biz with them. They don't need a corkscrew to open a wine bottle, a nail will do just as well they're so....
     
  8. goldeneye73
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    goldeneye73 Yacht Designer

    thank you for your information, will keep this in mind .
     
  9. mastcolin
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    mastcolin Senior Member

    Are you serious? Quite apart from pathetic stereotyping I find this comment extremely hard to believe (and I know people who work and have worked in Korea). Your location is down as "china". Perhaps the chinese don't like many other asians..but that is based either on war experience or now just plain jealousy. (I worked in china for almost 18months).

    Korean manufacturing quite apart from being one of the most efficient in the world is full of european/american subsiduaries.

    There are many reason why a company offer like stated above may be dubious. The nationality is normally not the reason for worry. You get rotten companies everywhere. Criminality and dodgy contracts are not the preserve of any nation. Me and colleagues are currently involved in labour dispute with my dutch boss who has been less than honest.

    It perhaps isn't so odd not to name company in initial mail out. Korea isn't known for yacht building. A company is obviously wanting a new venture by the sounds of it. They maybe don't want the opposition to know. Just my optimistic/positive take on it. If I had the skills, I'd reply. What have you got to lose? (unless you don't like pickled cabbage morning noon and night :))
     
  10. watchkeeper

    watchkeeper Previous Member

    We'll I guess the difference between your opinion and mine is yours is based on a second hand opinions/experience from afar whereas mine experience of business dealings with Koreans is first hand and up close and personal.

    They certainly are progressive and modernizing and they also cheat, lie, fail to honor agreements or a warrantee and will try to screw theie supplier or client at every opportunity and are no different to most Chinese businessmen in that regard. This is not a part of the world were business ethics takes a shine or one can live with ones head up one's arse.

    Stereotyping: abso*******lutely, pathetic: no, realistic: yes.
     
  11. BPL
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    BPL Senior Member

    Sounds like you've had a really bad time over there watchkeeper. Stereotyping a whole country based on dealing with a few dozen people is short sighted however. I find it distasteful.

    Now I wouldn't be sending any personal information to a gmail account either without first asking to see a company website; the first email I'd send would be "tell me about your company."
     
  12. oi oi
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    oi oi Junior Member

    morucraft@gmail.com ----- FYI: murocraft is not Korean. Watchkeeper, something is diffrent in the spelling!!!!
     
  13. watchkeeper

    watchkeeper Previous Member

    Actually I'm fortunately having a very good time in China, but our company had a couple of issues with our neighbours as have several other Chinese and foreign JV have also experienced.

    Typical issue in China: I purchased a 5000rmb magnetic exercise bike, 2 weeks later the 16 level programing monitor went pear shaped on several programes. I contacted the dealer, sent him the unit, it was returned with nada working.
    I contact the dealer, he avoids, lies, said it must be my fault etc etc.
    I contact the manufacturer, their service section said contact warrantee, warrantee section said contact dealer, dealer said contact area serviceman, serviceman said I don't come to your area and so the ******** goes round & round and the pity of it is the shortsighted attitude is what will keep 'made in China' just exactly that!.
     
  14. watchkeeper

    watchkeeper Previous Member

    I've already stated murocraft is not Korean but a Swedish PC game name
     

  15. Submarine Tom

    Submarine Tom Previous Member

    I'll tell you what, if they promise to send me $5000 by cheque in the mail to cover my first month pay then I'll send them a $2000 money order (cashiers cheque, whatever you want to call guaranteed funds - cash) to cover my start up expenses, you know, lawyers fees, licenses, etc.

    Sound good? Money's in the mail. I can't wait to start!

    -Tom
     
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