VJOB is an interactive online bidding system offered by Vopp Solutions Sdn Bhd via its online recruitment platform (www.vjob.com.my). It enables candidates the ability to stand out and increase their visibility of being seen by potential employers of their choice.
To get instant access to a qualified vacancies from motivated employers. Our platform gives the rare opportunity for you to highlight and showcase your talent and abilities; therefore increasing your chances of being hired.
There’s a broad range of employers across a wide range of sectors and industries available.
You would need to have a registered VJob account in order to utilize the function.
Fill out all required particulars and info correctly. Photo uploading is compulsory. It is better to upload a video resume to heighten your chances of being bid upon. Then, select the bidding session which you wish to participate in. Once you have made your selection, your resume is available to be viewed by verified employers during the bidding session that you opted for.
Jobseekers who are interested being bid upon can register for a new account.
On a quarterly basis starting from the first day of January, April, July and October at 12:00 AM, there shall be a bidding session. During these bid sessions, employers are given the chance to bid and invite candidates whose talent they intend to procure for their organisation.
Candidates who are being bid upon shall be then be given the choice wither to accept or decline the bid offer submitted by employers. Upon acceptance of the bid, the candidate is obligated to attend the subsequent interview with the employer.
You will need to install Flash Player 11 or higher before you are able to upload your video resume.
All jobseekers are recommended to upload video resume up to 60 seconds (i.e 1 minute).
All jobseekers can register for FREE.
Bidding shall be held on a quarterly basis starting from the first day of January, April, July and October at 12:00 AM. You may submit your video resume to be reviewed by our website administrator 7 days before the official bidding session starts.
Each bidding session shall last for 3 months, commencing on first day of January, April, July and October at 12:00 AM. and last day of March, June, September and December at 11:59 PM. The session schedule is displayed at your summary page.
As at now, there is no limit of number of bids that you can accept.
You cannot withdraw from a bid session when the bidding is still ongoing. However, you may choose to reject or not to take any action; after a certain time window of 48 hours had lapsed, the system shall automatically reject those pending bids on your behalf.
You are accorded a 48-hours window to either accept or decline a bid offer by a prospective employer. Thereafter, the system shall automatically reject those pending bids on your behalf.
Your full resume shall be made available to the employer who shall then contact you to arrange for subsequent interview.
No. Accepting a bid means that you agree for the employer to contact you and consented to be interviewed. You are obligated to attend the interview as scheduled once you have accepted a bid.
You may view the history of the bids which you have declined but you will not be able to accept any offer previously made to you.
An employer can obtain recourse by submitting a formal complaint against you and an investigation shall be carried out by VJOB. Once it is determined that you are at fault, you will be blacklisted and banned from using VJOB for a period of 1 year.
It is up to your discretion whether to accept or decline the offer made by the employer. Alternatively, you may lodge a formal complaint against such employer for breach of terms of offer made. An investigation shall be carried out by VJOB and once it is determined that the employer is at fault, such employer will be blacklisted and banned from using VJOB for a period of 1 year.