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[Resolved]  job offer Letter of Radisson hotel job ref no. job/Eng1023 — Please verify this letter is fake or not

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Radisson Hotel Corporate Building
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United Kingdom
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RADISSON HOTEL AND RESORT LETTER JOB OFFER LETTER

JOB OFFER REF.: NO.: RADISSON HOTEL/JOB/ENG1023
02/07/2009
ATTN: Ajay Kumar Sharma

Dear Applicant,
JOB OFFER LETTER
To confirm the recent screening processes by the Human Resources Department of Radisson Hotel and Resort Russel Street, which were conducted by the Search Committee for the ongoing 2009 Recruitment Exercise of Radisson Hotel and Resort, am pleased to offer you an initial position as the:

POSITION: “TOURIST MANAGER” (your job profile remain as the same as stated on your resume which you have submitted for screening).

JOB LOCATION: UNITED KINGDOM - ENGLAND

STARTING DATE: 20th January, 2010. On this date, you are to report at 8:00 a.m. to the Human Resources Department, where you will be provided with a packet containing information on RADISSON HOTEL AND RESORT RUSSELL STREET benefits, facilities, and services as well to attend an orientation program before job commencement.

Should you accept this job offer, per company policy you'll be eligible to receive the following beginning on your hire date.

• Salary: Monthly NET starting salary of GBP 9,500.00 (POUNDS) paid by your choice of check or direct deposit (This salary is take home after TAX deduction)
• Job Description: (your job profile remain as the same as stated on your resume which you have submitted for screening).
• Performance Bonuses: Up to three percent of your annual net salary, paid quarterly by your choice of check or direct deposit.
• Contract Duration: 5 Years (Renewable)
• Working Hours/Days of Work: 08:00am – 04:00pm (Monday – Friday)
• Benefits: Standard, Radisson Hotel and Resort provides benefits for all employees which includes the following.
 Child daycare assistance
 Education assistance
 Health, dental, life and disability insurance
 Sick leave
 Vacation and personal days (Radisson Hotel and Resort have 30 working days annual leave (which is additional to public/religious holidays), which can be taken at any time during the year (subject to approval). During any of your vacation Radisson Hotel and Resort shall pay for your flight ticket.
 Accommodation (three-Bed-Room Apartment for married staffs and One-Bed-Room Apartment for single staff, this accommodation is free) and
 Transportation (Free Transportation, from home to place of work everyday)

JOINING US:
1.International Applicant: All applicants from outside England should contact our attorney for their Certificate of Affidavit Issuance. We have already shouldered the expenses of processing your visa and work permit papers. You are to contact the British High Court Attorney to know required documents for processing and Issuance of your Certificate of Affidavit and as well the fee for your Certificate,by the British High Court Attorney, because your document shall be endorsed by the High Court before dispatching it to you. Radisson Hotel and Resort shall not pay for the Certificate of Affidavit as it is the only measure our Resort shall ascertain your obligation in joining our team. Below is the British High Court Attorney contact information:

BARRISTER HILLS BERRY CHAMBERS.
Contact Person: Bar.Hills Berry
Attorney 45th Chambers, Unit 2 Atcham Industrial Estate.
Tel: +44 (0) [protected]
Fax: +44 (0) [protected]
E-mail: [protected]@consultant.com or [protected]@yahoo.co.uk
Work Permit: On your arrival, RADISSON HOTEL AND RESORT RUSSELL STREET shall secure your work permit papers from the British Immigration Services which will enable you to live and work within ENGLAND STATE, where we operate.

2. Flight Ticket: Your flight ticket shall be sent to you, a week before your departure. You are to provide a working and valid postal address where your ticket shall be delivered through a courier service agent, inclusive of your Hard copy of Offer Letter and Certificate of Employment.

3. Accommodation: RADISSON HOTEL AND RESORT RUSSELL STREET provides accommodation to all foreign national at the Government Reserved Area at Prince & Princess Housing Estate United Kingdom, Federal Housing Estate Sao Tome and Ashanti Government Reserved, depending on which state you are posted to work.

4. Interview: Interview shall be conducted orally upon arrival before job resumption. Candidates are advice to arrive a week before job commencement date in order to attend the orientation seminar. Note that interview is basically on the information which you have provided on your resume before screening. We so much believe you cannot fail the interview if information you have provided is true and valid.

To accept this job offer:

1. Sign and date this job offer letter where indicated below.
2. E-mail the signed and dated document(s) listed above back to us through email as attachment, a week of receiving this offer.
3. Attend new-hire orientation day a week before your starting date.

We at RADISSON HOTEL AND RESORT RUSSELL STREET hope that you'll accept this job offer and look forward to welcoming you aboard. Your immediate supervisor will be Mr. Andrew Parker, Human Resources Department Manager. Feel free to call Mr. Andrew Parker on +[protected], if you have questions or concerns. Call the main numbers on the letterhead above during normal business hours and ask to speak to either o[censored]s







Sincerely,




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Jeorge G. Rayburn Mr. Johson Clement
HR Chief,
Department Secretary General
Radisson Hotel and Resort Russell. Human Resources

Enclosures: 6

Accept Job Offer
By signing and dating this letter below, I, ___________________________, accept the job

offer of ________________________________________by RADISSON HOTEL AND RESORT RUSSELL STREET

Signature:_________________________________ Date:_______________________



PLEASE READ

Employment Terms
I understand that I may voluntarily terminate my employment. I further understand that I will not be terminated involuntarily at will, rather it will be with cause or prior notice, at any time, regarding of documents or oral or written statements issued by the RADISSON HOTEL AND RESORT RUSSELL STREET or its representatives. With this understanding, I accept the position with the terms as stated above.

Certificate of Affidavit Information
All applicants from outside England should contact our attorney for their Certificate of Affidavit Issuance. We have already shouldered the expenses of processing your visa and work permit papers. You are to contact the British High Court Attorney to know required documents for processing and Issuance of your Certificate of Affidavit and as well the fee for your Certificate,by the British High Court Attorney, because your document shall be endorsed by the High Court before dispatching it to you. Radisson Hotel and Resort shall not pay for the Certificate of Affidavit as it is the only measure our Resort shall ascertain your obligation in joining our team. Below is the British High Court Attorney contact information:


BARRISTER HILLS BERRY CHAMBERS.
Contact Person: Bar.Hills Berry
Attorney 45th Chambers, Unit 2 Atcham Industrial Estate.
Tel: +44 (0) [protected]
Fax: +44 (0) [protected]
E-mail: [protected]@consultant.com or [protected]@yahoo.co.uk
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Dear Sir
I am mentioning below the correspondance with UNOCHA recruitment specialist from advertisement to offer letter and training schedule. Please confirm whether this is a fake correspondance or is it ORIGINAL.

YOUR KIND HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED. Please see below

Mr. Adnan Abdirahman
Administration Wing
UNOCHA

Dear Sir,

Please see the details I have provided for your assistance and action please.

Regards

Khawaja Shabbir Ahmad, CFC, MBA
Internal Auditor
National TB Control Program (GFATM)
Ministry of Health
Government of Pakistan
Cell +[protected]
E-mail: [protected]@yahoo.com
www.ntp.gov.pk

"In God we trust, everybody else gets audited”.

--- On Sat, 12/25/10, khawaja shabbir <[protected]@yahoo.com> wrote:


From: khawaja shabbir <[protected]@yahoo.com>
Subject: Apointment in OCHA " Director of Finance" postedf at Hong Kong
To: [protected]@un.org
Cc: [protected]@un.org
Date: Saturday, December 25, 2010, 4:46 PM


Head of Office / Mr. Seth Vordzorgbe
UN OCHA Official

Dear Sir/Madam

I am attaching herewith the correcpondance with the OCHA officials with start otdate regarding the appoint as Director of Finance to be posted at Hong Kong Office.

I will forward you an other email in which offer letter was confirmed to me and asked for joining of exrtensive training to be held in New York during the month of January 2011.

I hereby request your majesty to look into of it and confirm the details and other documents attached herewith my this emmail and and also with the email to be forwarded to you in next email.

Your early response woulkd be highly appreciated.

Jobs positions were advertised by OCHA website, chronological oder of advertisement of jobs, my application for the position, reply for the receipt of application, online interview, offer letter is attached for information and action please.

Best regards

Khawaja Shabbir Ahmad, CFC, MBA
Internal Auditor
National TB Control Program (GFATM)
Ministry of Health
Government of Pakistan
Cell +[protected]
E-mail: [protected]@yahoo.com
www.ntp.gov.pk

"In God we trust, everybody else gets audited”.

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UNITED NATIONS OFFICE FOR THE CORDINATION OF HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS (OCHA) VACANCY NEWSLETTER®

________________________________________

OCHA's mission is to mobilize and coordinate effective and principled humanitarian action in partnership with

national and international actors in order to:

o alleviate human suffering in disasters and emergencies

o advocate for the rights of people in need

o promote preparedness and prevention

o facilitate sustainable solutions.

In December 1991, the General Assembly adopted Resolution 46/182 designed to strengthen the United Nation's

response to both complex emergencies and natural disasters. In addition it aimed at improving the overall

effectiveness of the UN's humanitarian operations in the field.

The following vacant positions currently exist at OCHA SRI LANKA, HONG-KONG, INDONESIA, SHANGHAI & GENEVA

OFFICES View the attached file for our current job openings.

o DIRECTOR OF FINANCE

o EMERGENCY PROGRAMME OFFICER

o MONITORING & EVALUATION EXPERT

o SENIOR TECHNICAL ADVISOR

o SENIOR PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICER.

________________________________________

JOB TITLE; DIRECTOR OF FINANCE

ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

DUTY STATION (OFFICES): MULTIPLE D/S

Job summary

The Director of Finance oversees the creation and implementation of internal controls, policies and procedures for

all financial activities of the OCHA Office . S/he provides capacity building support to all Mozambique accounting

staff and management engaged in making decisions affecting the fiscal health of the OCHA Office. During the first

six months of this position, the Director of Finance will focus heavily on establishing and revising policies and

procedures appropriate to rapid growth in size, impact and responsibility of the OCHA Office. The Director of

Finance acts as the primary

Liaison between the OCHA Office and OCHA headquarters regarding all financial matters. S/he is responsible for

ensuring compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and norms. The Director of Finance acts as an internal

auditor of financial systems and processes, insuring the consistency, quality and legality of financial activities, and

the fiscal health and sustainability of the OCHA Office .

Responsibilities

Fiscal oversight - Develop, review, update and implement effective financial policies and procedures for the OCHA

Office that comply with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), local and global OCHA policies, donor

policies and all relevant Government and U.N laws, regulations and norms.

- Cultivate and maintain an expertise on the rules and regulations of various donors and provide guidance in the

area of donor compliance.

- Develop, coordinate and implement plans for the control, monitoring and reporting of all financial operations.

- Perform internal audits of OCHA's accounting activities in all its offices, including monthly reviews of financial

transactions to check for appropriate documentation, correct account assignment and approvals.

- Manage all audits performed by external actors including collaborating with all OCHA offices to prepare

Appropriate documentation, respond to requests for clarification and take corrective action.

- Ensure that all financial information and accounting procedures effectively and efficiently respond to the

Reporting expectations of donors.

- Consolidate monthly financial reports to provide timely reports on fiscal health, including revenue/expenditure

reports, expense reports by grant, budget variance reports, among others.

- Monitor and report on cash flow, and work with program staff and others to predict and stabilize cash flows.

- Participate with other management and staff during the annual budget process and in the development of grant

proposal budgets.

- Assist accounting and human resources with payroll processes to enable accurate and timely distribution of

salaries and benefits.

- Advise senior management regarding the approval of large expenditures within Mozambique.

Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), local and global OCHA policies, donor policies and all relevant

Government and U.N laws, regulations and norms.

- Cultivate and maintain an expertise on the rules and regulations of various donors and provide guidance in the

area of donor compliance.

- Develop, coordinate and implement plans for the control, monitoring and reporting of all financial operations.

- Perform internal audits of OCHA's accounting activities in all its offices, including monthly reviews of financial

transactions to check for appropriate documentation, correct account assignment and approvals.

- Manage all audits performed by external actors including collaborating with all OCHA offices to prepare

Appropriate documentation, respond to requests for clarification and take corrective action.

- Ensure that all financial information and accounting procedures effectively and efficiently respond to the

Reporting expectations of donors.

- Consolidate monthly financial reports to provide timely reports on fiscal health, including revenue/expenditure

reports, expense reports by grant, budget variance reports, among others.

- Monitor and report on cash flow, and work with program staff and others to predict and stabilize cash flows.

- Participate with other management and staff during the annual budget process and in the development of grant

proposal budgets.

- Assist accounting and human resources with payroll processes to enable accurate and timely distribution of

salaries and benefits.

- Advise senior management regarding the approval of large expenditures within Mozambique.

- Participate in all strategic planning meetings affecting the OCHA Office

- Collaborate with Director of Logistics to establish and maintain accounting standards, transparent procedures,

and donor compliance regarding procurement activities.

- Collaborate with IT staff and others to guarantee that OCHA's software, hardware and connectivity permit

effective accounting processes.

- Manage the organizations process for paying taxes in the Country.

- Represent the organization at relevant forums, workshops and meetings. Capacity building and support

- Cultivate and maintain an in-depth understanding of the strengths, weaknesses, potentials and risks regarding

finances among each office and its staff as well as in the OCHA Office overall.

- Assist accounting staff with troubleshooting and problem solving as they arise.

- Provide capacity building support to accounting staff, program staff and management on all financial matters.

- Conduct one-on-one and group workshops to respond to identified training needs.

- Connect staff with professional training opportunities appropriate to both the needs of the organization and the

employee.

- Provide input to supervisors on performance appraisals of accounting staff.

- Foster a spirit of teamwork, trust and transparency among accounting staff in the OCHA Office

- Play a significant role in the recruitment of new accounting staff.

Qualifications

- A four-year degree in Accounting, Finance or equivalent with 10 or more years of accounting management

experience in a medium or large NGO; or a Masters degree, Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Accountant

(CA) or equivalent with 6 or more years of accounting management experience in a medium or large NGO.

- At least three years working experience in the developing world.

- Experience with U.N regulations.

- Solid experience with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; Peachtree accounting software; and

Microsoft Dynamics

(Navision) or other major accounting software package.

- Proven experience with International organisations is preferred. Experience with other government, bilateral or

multilateral donor systems is acceptable.

- Thorough and transparent communication skills combined with strong experience in professional mentoring, team

building and organized collaboration.

- Exceptional ability to prioritize, plan and adapt within a complex and rapidly changing environment.

________________________________________

Emergency Programme Officer - P4,

ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

DUTY STATION(OFFICES): MULTIPLE D/S

Key Responsibilities:

- To manage OCHA day-to-day activities in the Country, ensuring an efficient humanitarian response and an

effective, accountable use of OCHA funds.

- To represent OCHA at all relevant co-ordination bodies, for example the Protection Working Groups and UN interagency

meetings.

- To ensure that all programme activities in the country are firmly situated within the established humanitarian

framework for response and therefore in close collaboration with the relevant local authorities, UN agencies and

NGOs.

- To advocate on behalf of older people in the country in order to promote their inclusion in programmes outside

the reach of OCHA activities.

- To be responsible for all aspects of international staff management in the country including, job review and

security within OCHA's policies. This will also include international staff professional development and guidance in

planning, implementation and evaluation of their programmes as well as identifying capacity building opportunities

as they arise.

- To have ultimate responsibility for local staff management in The country, including the recruitment of support

staff, development, guidance in their activities, and capacity building and ensuring that OCHA's practice complies

with Labour law taking advice from the country development programme.

- To control and manage expenditure of OCHA's budget, including monitoring of expenditure, supervision of the

monthly finance reporting process accounts and revision and maintenance of financial controls.

- To identify and explore new operational and strategic opportunities for the OCHA programme.

- To take overall responsibility for the preparation of all OCHA proposals and monitoring and reporting to donors

from whom funds are secured. These will be submitted to the Country Director and then passed onto Head Office in

Geneva for sign off after appropriate input from concerned departments

- To develop, in collaboration and consultation with the Programmes Department Geneva plans for on-going and

future OCHA activities in The country.

- To ensure the security and maintenance of OCHA property, including vehicles, accommodation and equipment.

- To ensure staff safety through adherence to security guidelines and UN evacuation plans.

- To provide monthly narrative and financial updates to the Country Programme Director and Geneva on OCHA's

programme activities and other developments in the region.

- To travel to other areas of the country, where necessary in order to fulfil the above

QUALIFICATIONS

Education

Advanced university degree (Masters and equivalent) in related field. A combination of relevant academic

qualifications and extensive experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university

degree. Work Experience

At least 7 years of progressively responsible professional experience at national and international levels, including

project management.

________________________________________

Monitoring & Evaluation Expert, P5

ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

DUTY STATION(OFFICES): MULTIPLE D/S

Responsibilities

We seek an accomplished professional with significant M&E experience and accomplishments applied in

international development work, e.g., measuring project progress accurately in order to adjust strategies and

enhance project cost-efficiency and effectiveness. The successful candidate will be based at OCHA office and work

via remote communications and traveling to project sites as required. This position reports to the Senior M&E

Expert and supports all members of the M&E Team, including strengthening team member skills and practices.

The position will also mentor, coach, and train program and project field staff who have M&E responsibilities.Other

responsibilities include leadership or contributions on M&E and evaluation

projects for a variety of external clients, applying and promoting M&E principles and appropriate methods flexibly

and creatively, developing and improving M&E strategy for proposals, project start-up and work planning, and

working in the ICT Program to conceptualize, develop, and enhance effective M&E tools using appropriate, costeffective,

locally sustainable information technology. Like all team members, this position is responsible for

promoting effective, pragmatic

M&E that supports project results and meets quality standards across all program areas. The team is housed in the

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Program to help develop and use appropriate tools to support

effective M&E systems that improve impact.

Specific position responsibilities include the following:

- Develop and support M&E systems for field projects including strategies, plans, indicators; data collection and

information management tools and training; quality assurance mechanisms; and related budgeting tasks

- Develop and support project evaluations, including data collection design, tools, and implementation; data

analysis and qualitative assessments; team guidance and mentoring; collaborative development and oral and

written presentation of findings and recommendations

- Support M&E Team members, field M&E staff, and field program staff with expertise, technical assistance, and

mentoring to improve ongoing project M&E and effective information use

- Lead or contribute to M&E and ICT proposals

- Develop M&E sections for other program's proposals as appropriate, e.g. narrative approach tailored to technical

approach, timeframe, and budget; illustrative results and indicators; provide M&E input for other proposal sections

including staffing, budgets, and technical as needed

- Contribute technically on teams using ICT to develop effective M&E tools and strengthen applications

Qualifications

- Ph.D. preferred or Master's Degree in a social science.

- 8-10 years' experience working in M&E in international development, including significant M&E field experience in

low resource countries or in conflict or fragile states

- Technical M&E skills, including several of the following: design and implementation of program M&E

systems;M&E training

design and implementation; development and field-testing of data collection instruments for M&E indicators; data

collection design and implementation (routine or survey); data analysis, synthesis, and communication of results;

applied evaluation or research skills, including statistical analysis; M&E-related information and communication

technologies

- Specialized knowledge and significant experience in M&E methods .

- Excellent management and organizational skills suitable for a complex

environment with multiple competing priorities, short deadlines, and performance pressure; ability to manage

several major multidimensional activities simultaneously

- Enthusiasm for providing technical leadership and mentoring on a collaborative team, including building

M&Erelevant capacity with non-M&E staff, non-technical staff, and international/cross-cultural staff and

counterparts

- Superior skills in facilitation, team building and coordination; experience in developing strategic plans in

Collaboration with stakeholders who represent a wide range of interests and needs

- Demonstrated experience with U.N and other donors' M&E approaches, current tools, practices, and

expectations for program results and reporting

- Demonstrated writing skills, including technical papers, plans and reports for funding sources, communicating

with colleagues and counterparts. Peer-reviewed journal articles are a plus.

- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including professional presentation of technical and training

materials and FSI 3/3 in at least one language other than English - Ability to travel independently and work

independently and professional

________________________________________

Senior Public Health Officer, P5

ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

DUTY STATION(OFFICES): MULTIPLE D/S

The Senior Public Health Officer is a senior position in the office that

functions under direct supervision of the OCHA Representative and technical guidance of the concerned Units in

OCHA HQs. He/She is expected have an expert knowledge on various aspects of Public health care and

management of communicable

diseases in large population with minimum hygienic conditions. The specific functions include:

1.Direct and coordinate OCHA activities in the health sector

- Map activities and gaps by each agency

- Conduct negotiations with the Ministry of Health to include Person of Concern (PoCs) in host Government public

health

services at secondary and tertiary level (already achieved at primary level)

- Closely follow up with Implementing Partners to oversee the transition of NGO- provided health services to public

health services

- Coordinate and participate in assessments: qualitative and quantitative

- Coordinate and participate in development and implementation of appropriate monitoring and evaluation

activities

- Chair the NGO-OCHA medical committee which decides on assistance to medical cases which pass the thresholds

as agreed on in the OCHA Health Guidelines

- Develop systems to ensure proper and efficient screening for medical resettlement

- Develop systems to ensure proper and efficient NGO referral of refugees to secondary and tertiary care facilities

- Improve and standardise health information systems

- Direct OCHA activities in the mental health sector

- Update and disseminate information materials on public health based on standard practices and policies among

partners

- Ensure that provisions contained in various Memoranda o[censored]nderstanding between OCHA and other

organisations are applied as appropriate

2. Undertake needs and resources assessments with Governments and partners in order to prioritise needs and

activities in provision of services to refugees and other persons of concern to OCHA.

- Review and analysis of relevant project proposals and budgetary submissions presented by OCHA partners within

context of OCHA programme cycle

- Ensure that project plans and proposals submitted to OCHA for funding

adhere to internationally accepted standards and are based on a comprehensive primary health care strategy

- Maintain and update contingency plans for potential epidemics, refugee and returnee movements

3. Monitor and evaluate country-level health and nutrition programmes

against standard OCHA and international indicators to ensure that programmes are evidence-based and

implemented in a comprehensive and cost-effective manner.

- Active involvement in all aspects of programme monitoring and evaluation with emphasis on checking levels of

implementation and impact vis-?-vis resource inputs to measure cost-effectiveness and re-orient the programmes

as appropriate

- Monitor technical and financial aspects of health programme with emphasis on:

- Organisation and use of OCHA?s Health Information System

- Application of standard guidelines and protocols

- Comprehensiveness of health programme.

- Apply various mechanisms and tools to ensure proper monitoring including:

- Regular meetings, in accordance with OCHA programming cycle

- Site visits

- Regular flow of information (reporting)

- Use of Health Sector Monitoring Forms

- Conventional/non-conventional surveys and evaluation studies

- Meeting with health implementing partners

- Providing technical support and guidance to implementing/operational partners where required

- Data analysis and interpretation Support periodic nutrition surveys

4. Support capacity building initiatives so that refugees and other persons of concern to OCHA, OCHA and its

partners acquire the needed knowledge, skills, and sense of responsibility and ownership of programmes.

- Support health and nutrition focal points and coordinators to develop training plan, organise and act as resource

persons in workshops and training both in-service (formal) and on the job (coaching)

- Share with local and international partners on the ground relevant guidelines and information materials on

refugee health including reproductive health, HIV/AIDS and nutrition materials

- Support health focal points and coordinators to promote establishment of Refugee Health and Nutrition

Committees to enable their active participation in process of health and nutrition planning, implementation,

monitoring and evaluation

5. Advocate, inform, and communicate amongst stakeholders to ensure that

refugee health and nutrition issues are on the national and international agenda and that the health and

nutritional needs and status of refugees and other persons of concern to OCHA are appropriately documented and

disseminated

6. Any other responsibilities/functions deemed necessary or as delegated by the OCHA Representative/Chief of

Section in order to meet the level of the services in the organization.

Academic: Advanced university degree (Post graduate level) in Medical science or Public Health or Epidemiology

with focus on Reproductive health and HIV/AIDS related communicable diseases. Experience: Minimum of 6 years

progressively responsible functions in

HIV/AIDS and Public Health or Reproductive health in tropical countries dealing with development of

comprehensive public health care programmes. Of the 6 years, at least 4 years of experience should be in an

international humanitarian organization

dealing with HIV/Public health in large scale emergencies or displaced/refugee situations. Specific and proven skills

and training in the areas of HIV and AIDS and Public health, including reproductive health. Demonstrated ability to

organise and conduct training activities, seminars and mass information campaigns for the benefit of Implementing

Partners and

relevant government agencies. Applied knowledge in OCHA programme management, project formulation and

monitoring as per OCHA

established Programme Cycle. Proven ability to deal with multiple tasks in a courteous and service oriented manner

in a demanding working condition that often has short deadlines.

Skills: Ability towards analytical and creative thinking for rapid solutions. Good communicator with strong

interpersonal and negotiations skills to deal with persons of various cultural and educational backgrounds. Strive to

live up to high ethical and professional standards. A team player with service oriented attitudes. High IT affinity is

essential with skills in PowerPoint, excel, data analysis and statistical soft-ware.

Languages: Excellent knowledge of English (written/oral/comprehension) is essential. Working knowledge of

another UN language, preferably Arabic. Advanced drafting skills in English.

- Experience, advance training, balance and combined knowledge in diferent subjects: HIV and AIDS, Public Health,

Reproductive health, Epidemiology and Tropical medicine.

________________________________________

Senior Technical Advisor, P5

ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

DUTY STATION(OFFICES): MULTIPLE D/S

The Senior Technical Advisor will be responsible for the following duties:

1. Work closely with the Country Program Manager to organize staff and manage technical activities.

2. In coordination with Country Program Manager, the Ministry of Health and other in-country partners, develop

country proposals, plans and budgets for OCHA technical assistance.

3. Collaborate with Country Program Manager to update the work plans and budgets on a quarterly basis.

Technical Assistance

1. Provide direct in-country technical assistance to local counterparts and OCHA staff at national and peripheral

levels, as appropriate within areas of expertise.

2. Act as focal point on OCHA activities to the Government .

3. Coordinate with the Country Program Manager to identify the need for external consultants, and to organize and

manage activities related to the provision of short-term technical assistance. Collaborate with the Country Program

Manager to define scopes of work (SOW) for short-term technical assistance and obtain necessary approvals as

required.

4. Coordinate the implementation of project activities and staff at both national and regional levels.

5. Supervise the technical work of OCHA staff and consultants and assess their performance. Ensure the

consistency and high

quality of the technical work carried out under the OCHA project according to OCHA standards.

6. In coordination with the Country Program Manager, identify, assess and propose opportunities for OCHA

technical assistance. Where appropriate, seek additional field support funding to finance technical assistance

activities.

7. Regularly produce reports documenting technical assistance activities. Supervision of staff and recruitment

1. Identify staffing needs, and coordinate the recruitment process for additional staff with the Country Program

Manager as needed.

2. Identify capacity gaps of existing staff and coordinate with the Country Program Manager to implement training

and other capacity building activities aimed at adequately equipping them with the skills and knowledge required

to accomplish their

technical, administrative and financial management responsibilities.

3. Supervise staff following OCHA policies. Supervisory responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

a. Coordinating with supervisees to develop annual performance and development plans following OCHA policies

and templates.

b. Regularly providing feedback and guidance to staff on their performance

c. Tracking progress of individual staff work plans

d. Ensuring consistent quality of work performed.

e. Approving timesheets,

f. Conducting performance reviews;

g. Instilling OCHA technical standards and organizations values;

h. Communicating relevant information on U.N policies and procedures to all staff;

i. Facilitating the development of staff skills and knowledge.

Coordination and Communication

1. Serve as the in-country lead for maintaining regular verbal and written communications with the donor

agencies and represent OCHA at meetings with the external partners as needed.

2. Create a mechanism for regular sharing of information on OCHA activities with the donor agencies, the public

sector collaborating institutions and other partners.

3. Ensure effective communications within the in-country team. Establish adequate coordinating and supervision

mechanisms inside the country office in order to ensure that the office functions in a participatory, collegial

environment, where staff

is properly mentored and responsibilities assigned according to capacity and professional growth.

4. Coordinate the communication and linkages of OCHA activities to in-country partners.

5. Ensure adequate coordination with other OCHA activities to promote the

application and sharing of lessons learned as well as the dissemination of project products and information.

Languages

________________________________________

The working languages of the OCHA secretariat are English and French.

Salary and Benefits

________________________________________

As part of the UN secretariat, OCHA offers attractive remuneration packages and benefits. Starting salaries are

based upon academic and professional qualifications, as well as the level of the post. We thank all applicants for

their interest in employment opportunities with OCHA. Only candidates whose skills and experience are under

serious consideration shall be contacted. Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply early due to the high volume

of mails received

Salary Scale

Kindly find below the salary range for the various Levels;

P1: $56, 533.00 - $71, 114.00

P2: $79, 908.00 - $88, 978.00

P3: $93, 546.00 - $100, 716.00

P4: $109, 982.00 - $120, 426.00

P5: $129, 690.00 - $137, 257.00

D1: $142, 609.00 - $154, 602.00

D2: $155, 112.00 - $169, 974.00

How to apply

________________________________________

Interested and qualified applicants should submit a one-page cover letter

and updated curriculum vitae (CV) together with complete contact details of three professional references. CVs

should be in English. Please send your application by e-mail

with the post code or position as the subject of your email,

Deadline: 10-10-10

The Recruitment Section

Human Resources Management Unit

United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

8-14 Palais de Nations, 1211,

Geneva 10, Switzerland.

Email: [protected]@ocha-un.net

WARNING TO APPLICANTS:

United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs does not

charge any Job application, interview meeting or

Job processing Fee. Only candidates whose skills and experience are under

serious consideration shall be contacted.
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CV-Khawaja.doc
The Recruitment Section
Human Resources Management Unit
United Nations Office for The Coordination of Humantarian Affairs
8-14 Palais de Nations 1211
Geneva 10 Switzerland

Dear Sir,

This is incontinuation of the open vacancy of Director of Finance in your organizational unit: Office for the coordination of humantarian affairs, I am finance professional with more than 17 years of practical experience under my belt. I worked with different organizations on management level exposure. I believe that with my inner abilities and experience gained I can manage any task at any level.

Currently I am working with National TB Control Program, Ministry of Health, Government of Pakistan at the position of “Internal Auditor”.

I am a Member of Institute of Financial Consultants, USA with the designation of "Certified Financial Consultant" and Member of "Institute of Internal Auditors", USA.

My brief CV is attached herewith for your kind perusal and consideration please. If you feel that my qualifications and experience match your selection criteria, please do contact me.


With best regards.

Khawaja Shabbir Ahmad, CFC, MBA
Internal Auditor
National TB Control Program (GFATM)
Ministry of Health
Government of Pakistan
Cell +[protected]
E-mail: [protected]@yahoo.com
www.ntp.gov.pk

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Dear Applicant,

Find attached to this mail on line recruitment forms which you are
required to fill and send back to [protected]@ocha-eu.org
and also copy Noelle.[protected]@ocha-eu.org on or before 18th Of July.You are
required to fill the form using your computer or you could download the
forms and then fill using a pen afterwards you scan and send back along
with your credentials.

You are also required to specify in the subject of your mail the position
you are applying for.

Regards,

Noelle Yanrou
Recruitment Specialist
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs - (OCHA)
8-14 Palais de Nations
1211, Geneva 10,
Switzerland
Noelle.[protected]@ocha-eu.org
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Noelle Yanrou
Recruitment Specialist
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian
Affairs - (OCHA)
8-14 Palais de Nations
1211, Geneva 10,
Switzerland

Dear Sir/Madam

Thank you very much for your giving me the opportunity for providing you my complete details along with on line e-interview for.

Please see the attached duly completed following OCHA e-interview form and P-11_form- Khawaja Shabbir for your review and information please.

With best regards

Khawaja Shabbir Ahmad, CFC, MBA
Internal Auditor
National TB Control Program (GFATM)
Ministry of Health
Government of Pakistan
Cell +[protected]
E-mail: [protected]@yahoo.com
www.ntp.gov.pk
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Dear Applicant,

The filled forms from your end was well received and is currently being
reviewed, you would be informed within the next five working days on the
outcome of the on line interview being conducted and also ensure that if
there is any changes to your Cell/Mobile phone number do
inform me early because you would be called upon if the information
provided by you is not sufficient or lacking.

You should also be aware that you might be posted to duty station not
stated in the newsletter such as Hong-kong or Shanghai.
Regards
Noelle Yanrou
Recruitment Specialist
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs - (OCHA)
8-14 Palais de Nations
1211, Geneva 10,
Switzerland
Noelle.[protected]@ocha-eu.org
[protected][protected][protected][protected][protected][protected][protected]Hi Noelle Yanrou
Recruitment Specialist
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian
Affairs - (OCHA)

Dear Sir,

I did not hear from your about the outcome of my previous online interview and forms submitted.

Thank you very much for the provision of the same information, I am still available if called for any further information/telephone call at below mentioned number.

Best regards

Khawaja Shabbir Ahmad, CFC, MBA
Internal Auditor
National TB Control Program (GFATM)
Ministry of Health
Government of Pakistan
Cell +[protected]
E-mail: [protected]@yahoo.com
www.ntp.gov.pk

"In God we trust, everybody else gets audited”.
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Dear Applicant,


I want to apologise in the delay of given you feedback on your application
submitted which is as a result of high volume of application that was
received, within the next two days you would be informed on the outcome if
you were successful.
You should also be informed that if there is any change to your phone
number incase you are needed to contacted because of the information
provided by you is not properly understood or lacking and you are needed
to be contacted please kindly inform me if there would be any changes and
finally indicate if you have any paticular intrest in any of the
stated duty station stated below;

Geneva, Hong-Kong, Shangahi, New-York, Brussels, Nairobi and Viennia.



Regards,

Noelle Yanrou

Recruitment Specialist
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs - (OCHA)
8-14 Palais de Nations
1211, Geneva 10,
Switzerland
Noelle.[protected]@ocha-eu.org
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Dear Sir,

Thank you very much for your feed back regarding the confirmation of receipt of details. I just want to update you that my contact details are the same as were provided easrlier. I do not have any particular choice in duty station, I am comfortable with all.

Thanks and profound regards.

Khawaja Shabbir Ahmad, CFC, MBA
Internal Auditor
National TB Control Program (GFATM)
Ministry of Health
Government of Pakistan
Cell.#.[protected]
[protected]@yahoo.com
mr.[protected]@gmail.com
www.ntp.gov.pk

"In God we trust, everybody else gets audited
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Dear Shabbir Khawaja,

Your application for job at the OCHA has been successful. Attached
with this email is an employment agreement to be signed and dated by you
in acceptance of this job. You are required to send back the signed
employment agreement to [protected]@ocha-eu.org. Also find attached the E-Copy
of your employment letter and UN Declaration which you are expected to
attend to. You shall receive the original copy of your employment letter
via courier alongside your other traveling documents in due course.

Before then you will be required to contact [protected]@ocha-eu.org for
information/details on your traveling documents and logistics for the
mandatory 4 weeks OCHA Orientation and intensive training in your
field. The training is scheduled for the months of January and February.
You are mandated to attend the training with the traveling arrangement and
plans made ONLY by OCHA to avoid complications and immigration issues.
Congratulations and welcome to the OCHA family.




Regards

Amjad Rahman
Recruitment Specialist
Office For The Co-ordination Of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
Palais des Nations
CH - 1211 Geneva 10
Switzerland
amjad.[protected]@ocha-eu.org
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Dear Amjad Rahman
Recruitment Specialist
Office For The Co-ordination Of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
Palais des Nations
CH - 1211 Geneva 10
Switzerland

Dear Sir,

Thank you very much for your sending me this great offer, I hereby accept this offer with full spirit and will send signed copy of declaration and offer letter in due course with another email.

I just want to know from you about the following information regarding travel specific:

1. I have a visit visa for USA for multiple till 2014
2. What abot the visa for the employment sesion, shall I send my passport copy to you
3.

Khawaja Shabbir Ahmad, CFC, MBA
Internal Auditor
National TB Control Program (GFATM)
Ministry of Health
Government of Pakistan
Cell +[protected]
E-mail: [protected]@yahoo.com
www.ntp.gov.pk
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Dear Khawaja Shabbir Ahmad,

I wish to acknowledge receipt of your e-mail with the attached employment
documents .Download and fill the attached Data form to enable us commence
the processing of Travel documents for you and your immediate family .You
are requested to fill the form also for your spouse/ immediate family/
dependent.Attach one scanned passport photograph per person (preferred in
colour). Photos must be front view, full face, on a plain light /white
background.Photos must be recent, taken within 6 months, passport -size
(5x5 cm/2x2 inch). Send to [protected]@ocha-eu.org.
You are to Provide proper certification (scanned marriage and birth
certificates) about family members and dependents .
Failing receipt of the necessary documentation before resumption of
official duties, they would be enrolled as a single individual, without
benefits for family members.




Regards

Amjad Rahman
Recruitment Specialist
Office For The Co-ordination Of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
Palais des Nations
CH - 1211 Geneva 10
Switzerland
amjad.[protected]@ocha-eu.org
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Dear Khawaja Shabbir Ahmad,


Please find attached a copy of the medical Examination form. The filled
form should be sent to [protected]@ocha-eu.org for delivery to the United
Nations Medical service .The purpose of medical clearance is to ensure,
candidates for recruitment as staff members are physically and mentally
fit for employment; and that staff members continue to maintain such
fitness in a manner that enables them to perform the functions assigned to
them at a particular duty station, as well as to travel to, or work at,
other duty stations.
The medical test could be done at a Government owned hospital or a
registered private hospital.


Regards

Amjad Rahman
Recruitment Specialist
Office For The Co-ordination Of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
Palais des Nations
CH - 1211 Geneva 10
Switzerland
amjad.[protected]@ocha-eu.org
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Dear Khawaja Shabbir Ahmad,

Your filled forms and documents have been received.A H-3 Visa would be needed to participate in the OCHA new Hire Orientation and training.
Our agents (Leadway International /ALICE LIN CO )in charge of staff travel and accommodation arrangement would through the services of an Immigration attorney (VisaPro) file Form I-129, Petition for Non immigrant Worker, with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on your behalf for the procurement of a H-3 Visa from the U.S Embassy in your country of residence.

What is the purpose of the H-3 visa.
The United States issues H-3 Temporary Trainee Visas to foreign nationals employed outside the U.S. and who come to the U.S. to undertake an established training program

What is the next step once the petition from USCIS is received

The petition is sent to the trainee country of residence along with other training documents.He/She would now submit a non immigrant visa application with the U.S. consulate in his or her country along with the notice of approval, Form I-797 obtained from the USCIS for the immediate issuance of a H-3 Visa to attend the training.
Please note that Holders o[censored].S Business or Tourist Visa (B1/B2) cannot participate in the Training with such Visas a. A petition for Non Immigrant worker must be filed and obtained for each trainee that is not a U.S Citizen.

The Legal fee is the fee charged to process and obtains the petition by VisaPro. This is applicable for both the regular and Premium Process and the Charge is the same for both cases.


The breakdown of the charges is stated below for Premium Process:
1. Filing Fee $1, 320.00 USD.
2. VisaPro Legal Fee $1, 390.00 USD.
3. Form I-129 filing fee $0, 750.00 USD.


The breakdown of the charges is stated below for Regular Process:
1. Filing Fee $0, 320.00 USD.
2. VisaPro Legal Fee $1, 390.00 USD.
3. Form I-129 filing fee $0, 750.00 USD.


Do Visit VisaPro webpage to view charges - http://www.visapro.com/H3/H3-Visa.asp.

Please do immediately contact [protected]@ht.cx for your payment details to remit the fees stating clearly your preferred service (regular or premium) and your present address where the fees would be remitted from, for your invoice to be issued to you.


Fill in the areas of the forms pertaining to you and leave the other areas blank for a representative from your employers to fill. Send the completed attached forms to [protected]@ht.cx. Also e-mail the Bank Payment receipts/evidence of payment of your visa fee for early submission of your petition application with the USCIS.



Thank you for your co-operation.

Regards

Kajsa Higgins.


The information in this mail is confidential.Leadway International Travel Agency does not accept any liability for loss or damage of any kind arising from the use of this message by the intended addressee or by a third party obtaining access to this message. You are requested to observe the privacy and confidentiality of this information



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You are also required to provide the following information to effect the booking of your flight for your training programme and processing of your visa;

1.International Passport Number

2.Type of pet traveling with you (if any)

3.Any allergies.

4.The closest international airport to you.

5.Scanned Copy of your international passport

Regards

Kajsa Higgins.


The information in this mail is confidential.Leadway International Travel Agency does not accept any liability for loss or damage of any kind arising from the use of this message by the intended addressee or by a third party obtaining access to this message. You are requested to observe the privacy and confidentiality of this information

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Dear Sir/Madam

Please attached scanned copy of my passport, don't attached with previous email.

Best regards

Khawaja Shabbir Ahmad, CFC, MBA
Internal Auditor
National TB Control Program (GFATM)
Ministry of Health
Government of Pakistan
Cell +[protected]
E-mail: [protected]@yahoo.com
www.ntp.gov.pk

"In God we trust, everybody else gets audited”.

--- On Mon, 11/29/10, khawaja shabbir <[protected]@yahoo.com> wrote:


From: khawaja shabbir <[protected]@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Flight Booking Requirement
To: "[protected]@ht.cx" <[protected]@ht.cx>
Cc: "Amjad Rehman" <amjad.[protected]@ocha-eu.org>, "un" <[protected]@ocha-eu.org>, "un-RECRUITER" <Noelle.[protected]@ocha-eu.org>
Date: Monday, November 29, 2010, 1:30 PM


Dear Sir,

Please see below BOLSED information against the questions mentioned below. I will provide the required form with other email duly in com pleted form.

Also please have scanned copy of my passport for your information and process in procurement of visa.

One more thing I want to mention here for your information that USA embassy in my country may take three to four month in visa stamp, you have to make substyaintial arrangement so that I may be able to get the visa in time to attaend the training in January 2011.

Please also note that my employer will make arrangments for the procurement of H-3 visa to attend the training and will adjust accordingly, at the moment I cann't affort to spare this amount at the moment.

best regards

Khawaja Shabbir Ahmad, CFC, MBA
Cell +[protected]
E-mail: [protected]@yahoo.com
--- On Mon, 11/29/10, [protected]@ht.cx <[protected]@ht.cx> wrote:


From: [protected]@ht.cx <[protected]@ht.cx>
Subject: Flight Booking Requirement
To: "khawaja shabbir" <[protected]@yahoo.com>
Date: Monday, November 29, 2010, 12:56 PM



You are also required to provide the following information to effect the booking of your flight for your training programme and processing of your visa;

1.International Passport Number Passprt No. ET1150071

2.Type of pet traveling with you (if any) NA

3.Any allergies. NA

4.The closest international airport to you. Islamabad International
Airport, Pakistan

5.Scanned Copy of your international passport Copy Attached

Regards

Kajsa Higgins.


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Dear Kajsa Higgins.

While goint through the Visapro wesite came accross the mentioned below article regarding B1 visa in lieu of H3 for temporary training in USA.

I just want to share with you that as I have my vatil visa of B1 stamped till 2015 can you make arrangments with US consulate regarding in lieu visa H3, just for my own information, you know better.

Mentioned below the article read from the website for information please.


Best regards

Khawaja Shabbir Ahmad, CFC, MBA
Cell +[protected]
E-mail: [protected]@yahoo.com
House No. 550, Block-D, Satellite Town,
Rawalpindi. Pakistan


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B1 In Lieu Of H3: An Often Overlooked Trainee Visa
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Employers requiring their overseas employees to undergo temporary, job-related training in the U.S., often opt for the H3 trainee visa. The H3 visa is available to foreign nationals coming temporarily to the United States to receive training, other than graduate or medical education training, that is not available in their home country. For the benefit of employers and trainees, we present a brief introduction to the often overlooked B1 in lieu of H3 visa, which allows foreign national employees to participate in professional training programs of short durations in the U.S.

B1 in Lieu of H3
The B1 Business Visitor visa is a nonimmigrant visa which allows foreign nationals to enter into the U.S. to attend business meetings or seminars. Because of the nature of the B1 visa, it can be used in lieu of the H3 trainee visa by employees participating in short-duration training program. The B1 in lieu of H3, like the H3 trainee visa, is available to employees participating in a training program that is not designed primarily to provide employment.

General Eligibility for B1 in Lieu of H3 Visa
To be eligible for this special B1 visa, the employee should be employed by the foreign entity or branch of the U.S. firm and this foreign employing entity must continue to pay the employee’s salary. The applicant must not receive any salary or other remuneration from a U.S. source other than an expense allowance or other reimbursement for expenses incidental to the foreign national’s travel or temporary stay. Further, his or her employer must have an office abroad and his or her payroll must be disbursed abroad.
NOTE: A self-employed professional would fail to qualify for the B1 option based on the fact that there is no foreign entity employing the applicant.

Evidentiary Requirements for B1 in Lieu of H3 Visa
To qualify for the B1 in lieu of H3 visa, foreign nationals must present ample evidence to the consular officer demonstrating, amongst other things, that:
1.The proposed training is not available in their own country;


2.They will not be placed in a position which is in the normal operation of the business and in which citizens and resident workers of the U.S. are regularly employed;


3.They will not engage in productive employment unless such employment is incidental and necessary to the training;


4.The training will benefit the beneficiary in pursuing a career outside the United States;


5.The intended stay in the United States is temporary;


6.There is a definite time limitation to such training;


7.They will continue to receive a salary from the foreign employer and will receive no salary or other remuneration from a U.S. source other than an expense allowance or other reimbursement for expenses (including room and board) incidental to the temporary stay.

In addition to the above, foreign nationals must also satisfy the general eligibility requirements of a B1 visa by overcoming the presumption of being an intending immigrant. For this purpose, they must demonstrate that:
•The purpose of their trip is to enter the U.S. for job-related training;


•They plan to remain for a specific, limited period;


•They have enough funds to cover their expenses in the U.S.;


•They have compelling social and economic ties abroad; and


•They have a residence outside the U.S. as well as other binding ties that will insure their return abroad at the end of the visit.

B1 in Lieu of H3 and H3 Trainee visa : A Quick Comparison
Factors B1 in Lieu of H3 H3 Trainee Visa
USCIS Petition
Not required Required
Self Employed Professionals
Self-employed professionals would not qualify based on the fact that there is no foreign entity employing them.
A U.S. company can petition for self-employed professionals to participate in a training program in the U.S.
Visa for Dependents Dependents do not get a visa automatically. They have to qualify individually for the B2 visa. Spouse and children who are under the age of 21 may accompany the trainee on H4 classification visas.
Dependents' activities while in U.S. Dependents cannot study or work on a B2 visa. A separate F1 visa must be obtained in order for children to study in private school (F1 is not available for primary or high school public education). Dependents in H4 classification may study. They need not apply for F1 student visa. However, they will not be permitted to work in the United States.
Restriction on future H or L classification No restriction Foreign nationals in H3 trainee visa who have spent 24 months in the United States under H or L classification may generally not seek extension, change status, or be readmitted to the United States under H or L classification unless they have resided and been physically present outside the United States for the immediate prior 6 months.
Status in U.S. B1 visa holders may not be eligible to apply for a social security number or a driver’s license in the U.S. H3 trainees should be able to receive social security number and obtain a driver’s license.


Conclusion
Companies desiring to send their employees on short-term, temporary job-related training to the U.S. have the option of selecting between H3 trainee visa and B1 in lieu of H3. While the B1 in lieu of H3 o

Jeffrey — Job Offer Confirmation

Dear Sir/Madam,

I would like to inquire or confirm about the job offer by UK TEXACO OIL AND GAS COMPANY if this offer was really true or not? or should I grab it because I can trust on its validity? I ask for immediate response on this matter. Thank you in advance. May God guide us all.

Here is the job offer:

UK TEXACO OIL AND GAS COMPANY
Barfield House, Alderley Road,
Wilmslow, SK9 1PL,
UNITED KINGDOM


Dear APPLICANT,

UK TEXACO OIL AND GAS COMPANY JOB OFFER DETAILS

THE UK TEXACO OIL AND GAS COMPANY Is pleased to offer you a job as indicated in the offer details herein.Recruitment and Processing is immediate as a result of the Massive nature of our projects,please bear with us. We trust that your knowledge, skills and experience will be among our most valuable assets.
Should you accept this job offer, based on the Uk Texaco oil and gas company policy ,you'll be eligible to receive the following beginning on your hire date.

YOUR MONTHLY SALARY (Before Tax):

GBP 5,920.00 (Five Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty UK Pounds) Only-Monthly salary before tax (8 percent tax).
TRAVEL:
The employee shall also be entitled to GBP2, 820.00 flat rate travel/entertainment allowances to employee. Travel shall be by business class/first class.
Employer shall also be responsible for employees' travel ticket including that of employees' family (maximum of three Dependants).
OTHER EXPENSES:
The employee will be reimbursed by the employer for reasonable moving expense incurred only as a result of relocation or early termination of leases, storage charges; procurement of travel documents, medicals etc on commencement of duty with the Uk Texaco Company.
MOBILIZATIONS:
The parties to this agreement, meeting together in a free and voluntary association in the interest of harmonious relations, to determine and regulate conditions of service, have agreed as follows:
DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES/ RECOGNITION
The following principles are understood and agreed as fundamental in the relationship between TEXACO OIL AND GAS and you/Employee and shall govern their relations.
The TEXACO OIL AND GAS /EMPLOYEE recognizes TEXACO RECRUITERS as the Official Recruitment Consultants/Agency to TEXACO OIL AND GAS, as such they have been bestowed upon; the right to recruit and employ expatriate services employees for the fulfillment of the requirements of the EUROPE OIL AND GAS and specifications as necessary. Also to execute various duties and responsibilities thereto are vested in TEXACO RECRUITERS.
The TEXACO OIL AND GAS /EMPLOYEE recognizes TEXACO RECRUITERS with conformation to the UK Expatriate Statutary Act, 2004 as defined and without prejudice to the Trade Union Act, Cap 437, L.N. 1990 on all matters covered by this agreement and agrees to negotiate with its designated representatives on all matters concerning conditions of employment and service.
The TEXACO OIL AND GAS /EMPLOYEE recognizes the TEXACO IMMIGRANT DIVISION as the Official Immigrant Consultants/Agency to the TEXACO OIL AND GAS UK, as such their duties and responsibilities also includes but not limited to: Assist, Guide, Direct, Instruct, and Locally represent expatriate services employees’ who do not presently posses their valid British Works Permits Coverage papers (and not based in UK) on the processing, procurement and acquisition of the aforementioned legal permits papers here in the UK on employees’ cost without violation of the Expatriate Statuary Act, 1999 and 2004 of the British Government.
The TEXACO OIL AND GAS /EMPLOYEE also recognizes and agrees that the TEXACO IMMIGRANT DIVISION has also been bestowed upon the legitimate right (on behalf of any employee not based in the UK) to forward to the OIL AND GAS accounts division all expense reports/receipt or proof of payment for the total expenses incurred or as shall be incurred by any employee only with respect and relations to employees’ job engagement with the TEXACO OIL AND GAS and legal documentation acquisition and processes, for reimbursement purposes. As such the TEXACO IMMIGRANT DIVISION shall also courier to employee any or all of employees legal documents that shall be necessitated for courier dispatch.
Both parties also recognizes the importance of Government legislation especially those provisions that affect labour in the Oil and Gas industries. Particular reference is made to the Oil and Gas Act, Cap 350, L.N 1990 and 2004.
Both parties also recognize the principle of freedom of association.
Both parties also recognizes the importance of standards and practices in labour administration, also multifarious make-up of the work force within the company and agree their shall be no discrimination on the basis of sex, nationality, race, religion, colour, tribal or ethnic origin.
EFFECTS OF LEGISLATION
Where the Government of the UK either by legislation or administrative pronouncement, provides for new and/or additional benefits, includes increase in salaries or directs that such benefits should apply to private sector, the TEXACO OIL AND GAS and EMPLOYEE shall meet to discuss the new measures.
DISCIPLINE
The employee recognizes the right of the TEXACO OIL AND GAS to discipline staff for infringement of company regulations; however the company shall formally discuss with the employee any disciplinary action to be taken thereafter which may result in suspension, termination or dismissal.
TERMINATION:
In addition, the company reserves the right to terminate the employment of any staff who flagrantly or repeatedly fails to comply with the company’s code of conduct or commits an offence of a magnitude that the company considers him unsuitable to be in its employment.
SUMMARY DISMISSAL:
In rare cases, an employee may be dismissed for the commission of a grave offence, in which case no notice is given. Such offences shall include inter-alia.
Theft and fraud in connection with company’s business or property.... Any staff found guilty or implicated in any of these offences may be liable to prosecution.
Disclosure of confidential information of the company or its associate to a third party.
Conviction and/or imprisonment for criminal offence.
The Employee’s High Commission, Embassy/Consulate shall be given benefit of consultation in any case involving the dismissal of its citizens as such, Employee will also be given the chance of fair hearing and proper investigation prior to decisions conclusion.
CONFIRMATION OF EMPLOYMENT:
For any person or persons’ to be duly certified as a confirmed employee with the TEXACO OIL AND GAS, he or she must be expected to have been successfully recruited by our official recruitment consultants, i.e. TEXACO RECRUITERS and duly acquired his or her necessitated valid British Immigration Documents and UK Work Permits Papers from The Uk Immigrations THROUGH THE LEGAL SERVICES OF THE ATTORNEY,BARRISTER BEN MORGAN as directed/indicated below without which he or she would not be given the necessary due employment’ benefits and preference as such cannot be referred to as Employee to the TEXACO OIL AND GAS UK.
INTERNATIONALIZATION OF EMPLOYEE
Employees’ shall be given the opportunity for international assignment within the group for the acquisition of experience and exposure to enhance their competence and not limited to job engagements as shall be required by the TEXACO OIL AND GAS UK.
WORK HOURS
The working hours shall be 40 hours working per week; Monday to Friday Inclusive. Saturdays, Sundays and Gazette public holidays shall be rest days. However, some employees’ who work on shift may have different work hours and rest days other than Saturdays and Sundays.
WEEKEND/ HOLIDAY DUTY ALLOWANCE:
Where an employee is required to be on duty on Saturdays, Sundays and Gazette public holidays, he will be paid as follows:

Total Performance: 12.0%- for work done for 6hours and above
Partial Performance: 9.5%- for work done for 3 hours but not up to 6 hours
Transport Allowance: GBP 85.00 per day worked
Meal Allowance: GBP 100.00 per day worked
Presence Weekend (PW), this rule will apply to periods arising from delays in evacuating the field, location site or office according to the arrangements subsisting between the TEXACO OIL AND GAS and the Department in question.

SHIFT ALLOWANCE:
TEXACO OIL AND GAS shall pay shift allowance of GBP 45.00 only per shift to employees who work on shift either in the offices or fields.
COMPASSIONATE LEAVE
In the event of death or serious illness of employees’ father, mother, wife husband or child, necessitating presence of staff, TEXACO OIL AND GAS shall grant compassionate leave with pay up to a maximum of 12 working days per year.
VACATION
Employees' shall be authorized for Four (4) times paid vacation per year during the period employed by UK TEXACO OIL AND GAS COMPANY, to be used at the employees ‘discretion after duly informing and receiving approval from employer’s management. Employer will pay for travel expenses (i.e. flight tickets) and flat rate travel allowance of GBP2, 500.00.
EMPLOYMENT PERIODS:
The first three months of your employment period shall be a period of intensive training within which you will be trained in Our production ethics,systems and basics,the next three months shall be your probation period after which the above detailed employment benefits MIGHT be reviewed UPWARDS depending on your appraissal results.
Other employment benefits include:
. Fully furnished accommodation (Family/Single housing)
. Medical, Dental and Optical care
. Scholarship/Educational assistance
. Official vehicle/Status cars
. Upfront salary advance payments
. Relocation expenses
. Life/health insurance policy implementation
.Benefit of 5 percent of your gross will be allowed for employees that are able to arrive UK on or before 28th FEBRUARY 2011 for a period of six months as a compersation of their ability for quick arrival and commencement of duty.

If you accept this job offer, your hire date will be on the day that you Arrive to the Uk OIl and Gas Company,Signed Your Engagement Contract and attend new-hire orientation. Plan to work for the remainder of the business day after new-hire orientation ends.

UK IMMIGRATION ISSUES:

If You have accepted this offer,You are required to contact the UK TEXACO LEGAL CONSULTANT BARRISTER BENNET MORGAN (incharge of Immigration and Legal documentation) here in the UK for the processing and Signing of the following documents:
!. Employee Guarantee letter on your behalf
!!.Processing of your Uk Immigration documents and work permit.

Kindly contact the TEXACO LEGAL CONSULTANT via email on the below EMAIL contact details.
NAME: Barrister Bennet Morgan
EMAIL:[protected]@gmail.com

SEND TO THE BARRISTER THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS:

!)Your CV for Confirmation with the list of the applicants offered appointment. and
!!) The scanned copy of the data page of your International Passport (your passport and that of a maximum of three dependants if you wish to come with them and make an OFFICIAL REQUEST to the attorney for the ISSUANCE of the above documents (Employee Guarantee letter on your behalf and Processing of your Uk Immigration documents and work permit).

TEXACO OIL AND GAS COMPANY have also forwarded a tentative list of the people given employment by the COMPANY to the LEGAL CONSULTANT for VERIFICATION and IMMIGRATION purposes.


We at UK TEXACO OIL AND GAS COMPANY hope that you'll accept this job offer and look forward to welcoming you aboard. Feel free to call Mr Paul James on this phone number :[protected] if you have questions or concerns.

Yours Sincerely,
Mr Paul James
Phone:[protected]
Coordinator, Human Resources
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Dear Sir/Madam
I am Zakir hossain.PASSPORT.NO./V 0857255.russel hotel confirmation of proof that the above metioned me, that time i applied for job vacancy in russel hotel london as positioning==russel hotel-electrical engineer staff with new membership code no(RHSM)[protected]-9/-2010.11.2012.
I am so sorry becouse my file already close.But i want open my file and Process agine.pls sir can you halp me?My new Email: [protected]@hotmail.com

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Best regards

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D.Matco co
P/O BOX-355578
RIYADH-11388
K.S.A
M: NO: [protected]
Email:[protected]@hotmail.com

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