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Monday, April 30, 2007

Lulusan Bulan Mei 2007

Sekedar Informasi , dari data yang didapat sampai saat ini teman teman kita yang akan wisuda bulan Mei 2007 adalah : Dwi "gendut" ; Aryo W ; Indra 'jreng' ; Albert 'bear'
kemungkinan semua angkatan eti04 akan lulus semua dibulan agustus 2007. saya ucapkan provisiat buat yang lulus bulan mei 2007.. terus semangat bagi teman2 yang sedang skripsi...Ganbate

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Friday, April 6, 2007

How to write a Curriculum Vitae (CV)

The CV (resume, in American English) is meant to introduce you and your background to somebody who does not know you and barely has time to get to know you. It should present you in the best possible light, in a concise and well-structured manner. There are plenty of resume-writing guides out there, that can teach you to the smallest details how to write one. Their regular problem is that they do not agree with each other when it comes to details. This is why we have put here together a number of generally agreed guide-lines, plus some specific details that could help EE students.

A regular CV for business purposes should definitely not go over one A4 page. If you intend to use it for academic purposes and not for a job, the CV can pass that limit, on the condition that you use the extra space to describe academic activities, like conferences, publications list, etc. A well-written CV shows first what is most important, but contains all relevant information. To this goal, we advise you to adapt it to your target (specific type of job or scholarship). Cut information from your CV only as a solution of last resort, but pay attention to the order in which you present it in your CV.

Print the CV on plain-white A4 paper, save some of the same type for the cover letter - did we say that you should never, but never! send a CV without a cover letter - and find matching A4 envelopes. If the announcement does not say anything about a cover letter, you still should send one. It introduces your CV to the reader, attracts attention to certain parts of it that you want to bring to light, or mentions aspects that for some reason could not be listed in your CV.

To make it look neat, we suggest you use one of the Word pre-made formats, unless you are a computer-savvy and feel confident that you can produce an even better-structured and easier-to-read format. You will be able to introduce you own headers in that format; below we have a word of advice for those most-often met in a CV.

Personal details - here you should include your birth date, contact address, email, telephone number and nationality. In case you have both a permanent and study address, include both, with the dates when you can be contacted at each of them. Personal details can be written with smaller fonts than the rest of your CV, if you want to save space. They do not have to jump in the readerç—´ attention - you will never convince somebody to hire you because you have a nice email alias! If your CV managed to awaken the reader's interest, he or she will look after contact details - it is important that they be there, but not that they are the first thing somebody reads in your CV. You should write your name with a bigger font than the rest of the text, so that the reader knows easily whose CV is he or she reading. If you need to save space, you can delete the Curriculum Vitae line on the top of your CV. After all, if you have done a good job writing it, it should be obvious that that piece of paper is a CV, no need to spell it out loud.

Objective - this is a concise statement of what you actually want to do. It's not bad if it matches the thing you are applying for. Don't restrict it too much "to get this scholarship", but rather "to develop a career in... " the thing that you're going to study if you get the scholarship. If you apply for a job, you can be even more specific - " to obtain a position in... , where I can use my skills in・. You can use a few lines to describes that specifically, but keep in mind that you should show what you can do for the company more than what the company can do for you. Writing a good objective can be tough; take some time to think about what exactly are you going to write there.

If you, the visitor of our site, are who we think we are - a young student, or a person who has just graduated, you should start your CV with your education. Very probably, at this age it is your most important asset. We suggest you use the reverse chronological order, since it is more important what masterç—´ degree you have rather than that, very probably, you went to high school in your native town. No matter for which order you decide - chronological or reverse - you should keep it the same throughout the rest of your CV. Try to give an exact account of your accomplishments in school: grades (do not forget to write the scale if it may differ from the one the reader of your CV is used to), standing in class (in percent), title of your dissertation, expected graduation date if you think this is an important aspect. There is no need to write all of the above, but only those that put you in the best light. Are you not in the best 20% of your class? Better not to mention ranking then, maybe you still have good grades, or your school is a renowned one. In any case, do not make your results better than in reality - you cannot know how this information may be checked and the whole application will lose credibility. Cheating is a very serious offense in Western schools.

Awards received - you should introduce this header right after the education, in order to outline all the scholarly or otherwise distinctions you have received. Another solution is to include these awards in the education section, but this might make the lecture difficult - the reader wants to get from that section an impression about the schools you went to and the overall results, not about every distinction you were awarded. Still, these are important! Therefore, here is the place to mention them - scholarships, stages abroad you had to compete for, prizes in contests, any kind of distinction. Here, same as everywhere in your CV, write a detailed account of what happened: do not just mention the year and "Prize in Physics", but rather give the exact date (month), place, name and organiser of the competition. For a scholarship abroad, write the time frame, name of the University, Department, the subject of classes there - e.g. managerial economics - name of the award-giving institution, if different from that of the host-university.

Practical experience - here you should include internships as well. Don't feel ashamed with what you did, don't try to diminish your accomplishments! Nobody really expects you to have started a million dollar business if you're still a student - even better if you did, though! Accountability is an important criterion for what you write in this section. The account should show what you improved, where, by how much, what your responsibilities were. The idea is that when you apply for a job you have to show growth-potential. That is, that you proved some kind of progress from one job to another and that especially at the last one you were so good, you could obviously do something that involves more responsibility - like the job you are applying for now. The overall result should portray you as a leader, a person with initiative and creativity - don't forget you have to convince the reader of your CV that you are the best pick for that job.

Extracurricular activities - if you're writing a professional, and not an academic CV, this is the place to mention conferences or any other activities outside the school that for some reason did not fit in the CV so far. A good section here can help a lot towards that goal of portraying you as a leader, a person with initiative, not just a nerd with good grades.

Languages - list here all the languages you speak, with a one-word description of your knowledge of that language. We suggest the following scale: conversational, intermediate, advanced, and fluent. List any certificates and/or results like TOEFL scores, with date.

Computer skills - write everything you know, including Internet browsers and text editing skills. There is no absolute need to know C++ unless you wanna be a programmer or something. List certificates and specialty studies as well.

Hobbies - list them if space is left on the page. They look fine in a CV, showing you are not a no-life workaholic, but a normal person. There is no need to have a 20,000 pieces stamp collection, you can mention reading or mountain tracking as well.

You can introduce other headers that suit your needs. Some CV's, for example, have a summary heading, that brings in front what the author considers to be the most important stuff in his/her CV. A references section, where you can list with contact details persons ready to recommend you can be added as well. If it misses, the recruiters will assume they are available on request.


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PT McDermott Indonesia; Cost Control Engineer

PT McDermott Indonesia; Cost Control Engineer
Posting date : Monday, April 02, 2007 Expiry date : Sunday, April 15, 2007


The biggest offshore fabricator in Indonesia and one of the largest offshore construction companies in the world requires proficient, efficient, and highly motivated individuals for the following positions :

Essential job duties :
• Project progress and productivity monitoring and reporting
• Maintain productivity trend analysis and scope change control
• Assist on going development of systems and procedures
• Set up and maintain the project specific control systems
• Ensure timely and accurate progress measurement and reporting
• Assist with the preparation of project monthly / weekly / periodic reports
• Assist with the preparation of conceptual and control estimates
• Project cost control and man hour forecasting
• As project cost controls engineer you will be involved in all aspect of project controls, scheduling, cost control, progress measurement and productivity calculation / monitoring

Requirements :
• Degree in Engineering from a reputable university
• 5+ years experience in project cost control in the engineering and construction industry, preferably marine fabrication & installation projects
• Extensive background in developing project Cost Breakdown Structures, budgets, scope changes, forecasts, etc
• Strong knowledge of cost control applications

If your vision of a work environment includes the challenges which can lead to personal growth, respect for ideas, & colleagues who rank with the best, then please send your application & resume in English, quoting job code, with copy of qualification certificates and recent photograph (4x6 cm) no later than April 15, 2007 to :

Human Resources Department
Jl. Bawal - Batu Ampar, Batam Island Indonesia
Or email to :

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ALSTOM : 5 Position

PT. ALSTOM Power Energy Systems Indonesia; 5 Positions
Posting date : Thursday, April 05, 2007 Expiry date : Tuesday, April 17, 2007

PT. ALSTOM Power Energy Systems Indonesia
ALSTOM is a global leader in Power and Transport with 60.000 employees in 62 countries. PT. ALSTOM Power Energy Systems Indonesia, being part of ALSTOM Power is one of the biggest and most comprehensive supplier of power generation equipment and services in the world. We are now seeking highly qualified professionals who can work in team and willing to be stationed in ALSTOM Surabaya office to fill following positions for:

1. Project Engineer (Code: PJ - PIII)
• Bachelor’s degree (S-1) in Engineering, preference in Mechanical & Marine Engineering
• Min. 2 years experience as Project Engineer on Power Plant, Boiler Project
• Strong knowledge in ASME B&PV Code, Steel Mat’l selection and Industrial Processes
• Familiar with Manufacturing and Design Process of Power Plant, Boiler, or Heat Exchanger

2. Performance Design Engineer (Code : PDE - PIII)
• Bachelor’s degree (S-1) Mechanical Engineering, Physic Engineering, and Chemical Engineering
• Strong knowledge on Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanic , Thermodynamic, and Control & Instrumentation
• Min. 2 years experience in Power Plant design and its Auxiliary Equipment (i.e. pump, burner, FDFan, etc.)
• Familiar in programming especially Visual Basic Application

3. Development Engineer (Code: DEV - PIII)
• Bachelor degree (S-1) in Engineering, preference in Mechanical Engineering, Physics Engineering
• Computer Literate and must have experience in Visual Basic programming
• At least one year experience in Computer 3D-Modeling (AutoCAD/SolidWorks/SolidEdge/PDMS)
• Good knowledge in heat transfer, fluid mechanic and thermodynamic is an advantage

4. Mechanical Design Engineer (Code: MD - PIII)
• Bachelor Degree (S-1) in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering or Structure Engineering
• Min. 2 years experience in Boiler Design or working in Steel Structure
• Familiarity in Engineering Application Programs for Steel Structure and Pipe Stress Analysis
• Experience in using AutoCAD 14/2000

5. CAD Drafter (Code : CAD - PIII)
• D-3 diploma in Mechanical Engineer, Naval Architect or Marine Engineer. STM graduates with sufficient applicable experience will also be considered
• Min. 3 years experience in using AutoCAD 14/2000 and having experience with 3D CAD Modelling is an advantage
• Experience in Boiler, Power Piping, Steel Structure, or Pressure Vessel detailing

Please send your application enclosing your CV (Description of work experience must be stated), and a recent photograph not more than April 17, 2007. Write the position code on the upper left side of the envelope, to:
Human Resources Department
PT. ALSTOM Power Energy Systems Indonesia
PO BOX. 1655 SB 60016
Jawa Timur – Indonesia
or send email with position code on subject to:

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AMEC BERCA INDONESIA : Various position

Posting date : Monday, April 02, 2007 Expiry date : Monday, April 16, 2007

We are multi-national company engaged in Engineering and Asset Management Services to the Oil and Gas sector. We design, deliver and support infrastructure from local technical services to international landmark projects ABI is seeking to offer "long-term" career opportunities to qualified personnel to fill positions:

• Senior Structural Engineer
• Structural Engineer
• Structural Designer
• Senior Technical Safety Engineer
• Senior Electrical Engineer
• Electrical Designer
• Senior Process Engineer
• Senior Instrument Engineer
• Senior Piping Stress Engineer
• Piping Stress Engineer
• Senior Planning Engineer
• PDMS Designer (Piping, Electrical, Structural & Instrument)
• PDMS Administrator

General Requirement:
• Experience in Oil & Gas industry minimum 7 years for Senior Engineer, 4 years experience for Engineer and 10 years for Designer.
• A qualification to BSc in following engineering fields: Offshore Marine, Physic, Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical from reputable universities for Engineer and Technical High School Graduated or equivalent for Designer
• Able to communicate in both written and spoken English

Specific Requirement:
• Familiar with design computer system, such as HYSYS, PIPEPHASE for Process Engineer, CAESAR II, AUTO PIPE for Piping Stress Engineer, In Tools for Instrument Engineer, ETAP for Electrical Engineer, SACS for Structural Engineer and Primavera for Planning Engineer.
• Familiar with PDMS and Auto Cad for Designers

Those who are interested to apply and meet the requirements, kindly send your application and resume (in word format) to:
and quoting job title in the subject of your email
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for further interview.

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Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Laptop for DPR member VS 1 laptop for 1 Child

Last day we heard that our DPR member will bought a new Laptop $2100.. wow do you know what I thought ?? will DPR change their job from minister to a designer or hacker who need high tech laptop which the price almost like ACER Ferrari .... Why do they think about their people who still poor, rice still too expensive for them.

Whether another country try to create 1 laptop $100 for 1 children....because they relied technology wil lead the world.... Don't U know in Malaysia now their farmers could use U will surprised that in farm they use laptop... what for? well they use the big library in the world ( internet), they could use for search what they need like , how to use pesticide, how to plow their farm...etc.. Indonesia ??? hhhm let me think... bad.. .... for use internet still expensive, slower ( lemots) unless at JOgyakarta internet still cheap and easy to get connected to internet (a lot of warnet)
Hidup Jogya !!!!

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Monday, April 2, 2007


test teman ni masih dalam tahap pembangunan, nanti bangun pelan pelan yah hehehe..kalo masih ada link yang ngaco yah maap deh......silahkan isi daftar hadir disamping kiri...dan kalo ada yang mau komentar demi kebaikan blog ini monggo..silahkan gitu...

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