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Job Vacancy at SPA - Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam Malaysia

* Senarai Penuh Jawatan Kosong Yang Telah Dikemaskini (KLIK SINI)

Jawatan Kerja Kosong SPA - Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam Malaysia logo www.ohjob.info februari 2017
Applications are invited to qualified Malaysian citizens to fill the following position: -

1. Pembantu Tadbir P/O N19 - 33 Kekosongan
2. Pembantu Tadbir (Kewangan) W19 - 17 Kekosongan
3. Pelukis Pelan JA19 - 18 Kekosongan
4. Pembantu Kemahiran H19 - 121 Kekosongan


All applications must be made through the office of SPA Online system via the links above. For the first application, the applicant must register first before filling the required information in the system.

Applicants are advised to update the latest information needed in this system. Only shortlisted candidates will be called for interview.

Public Service Commission was established on August 31, 1957, which corresponds with the day of Independence of Malaya at that time. At first, during the English occupation, the Civil Service of the States of the Federated Malay when it was under British administration. Malaya's independence on August 31, 1957 was in itself form a new government Federation of Malaya independent and sovereign state. Officially, the Public Service Commission has been established as embodied in Article 144 (1) of the Federal Constitution

Article 144 (1) of the Constitution: - "Subject to the provisions of any law and to the provisions of this Constitution, shall be the duty of a Commission to which this Part appoint, confirm, enter into the permanent or pensionable , promote change and exercise disciplinary control over members of the services covered by its jurisdiction. "


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