Tasks & Responsibilities
  • 01
    Conducting research and analysis of metals, metal source, clay, rocks, minerals and related main elements, coordinating quality control on the design for rock materials and minerals industries and training laboratory assistants;
  • 02
    Carrying out geological research and investigation, mapping and geological engineering studies and water sources as well as providing consultancy on the use and development of land;
  • 03
    Administering and conducting enforcement of the mines;
  • 04
    Studying the composition and structure of the earth's crust, examining rocks, minerals, fossil remains, etc to determine processes affecting the development of the earth, tracing evolution and establishing the nature and chronology of geological formations;
  • 05
    Interpreting research data and preparing geological reports, maps, charts and diagrams;
  • 06
    Applying results of research to assess development potential of mineral, gas and oil deposits and underground water resources;
  • 07
    Applying geological knowledge to problems encountered in civil engineering projects such as the construction of dams, bridges, tunnels and large buildings;
  • 08
    Investigating and measuring seismic, gravitational, electrical, thermal and magnetic forces affecting the earth;
  • 09
    Investigating and measuring optical and acoustic phenomena in the atmosphere;
  • 10
    Charting the earth's magnetic field and applying this and other collected data for purposes of broadcast and navigation;
  • 11
    Studying and measuring the physical properties of the sea and atmosphere and their inter-relationship such as the exchange of thermal energy;
  • 12
    Locating and determining the nature and extent of oil, gas and mineral deposits and of ground water resources using seismological, gravimetric, magnetic, electrical or radiometric methods;
  • 13
    Preparing laboratory reports and scientific papers;
  • 14
    Enhancing knowledge and coordinating work performance; and
  • 15
    Performing related tasks

What are the skills required?

Skills, knowledege and abilities that are essential to carry out a task with determined results. Skills can often be divided into domain-general and domain-specific skills.

Soft Skill
English
Able to speak English
Soft Skill
Bahasa Malaysia
Able to speak Bahasa Malaysia
Hard Skill
Analysis
The ability to collect and analyze information, problem-solve, and make decisions
Soft Skill
Communication
The ability to communicate effectively with superiors, colleagues, and staff is essential, no matter what industry you work in.
Hard Skill
Mandarin
Able to speak Mandarin
Soft Skill
Problem Solving
Problem solving consists of using generic or ad hoc methods, in an orderly manner, for finding solutions to problems.
Soft Skill
Speaking
ability to communicate effectively. These skills allow the speaker, to convey his message in a passionate, thoughtful, and convincing manner
Soft Skill
Planning
Planning (also called forethought) is the process of thinking about and organizing the activities required to achieve a desired goal.
Soft Skill
Research
Experience performing creative and systematic work to understand a product, market, or customer, either before building a new solution, or to troubleshoot an existing issue
Hard Skill
Statistical Analysis
Working experience of Statistical Analysis, which is the collection, examination, summarization, manipulation, and interpretation of quantitative data to discover its underlying causes, patterns, relationships, and trends.
Hard Skill
Tableau
Tableau Software ( tab-LOH) is a software company headquartered in Seattle, Washington, United States which produces interactive data visualization products focused on business intelligence.
Soft Skill
Writing
Experience expressing business messages effectively in written form. This may include planning drafting and revising as necessary.
Field of Study Required
Field of study consists of a broad area of academic and skills qualifications that come under a similar branch of subject knowledge. In addition, courses offered under each field of study require similar academic entry requirements.
Physics
Physics is the study of properties and interactions and interactions of matter and energy. It includes the study of astronomy and space science.
671
Graduates

(2019)

Earth science
Earth science is the study of the composition and structure of earth including the hydrosphere and the atmosphere.
624
Graduates

(2019)

Engineering & Engineering Trades (Broad Programme)
Engineering and engineering trades (broad programmes) is the study of engineering and engineering trades without specialising in any of the detailed fields.
925
Graduates

(2019)

Electricity and energy
Electricity is the study of installing, maintaining, repairing and diagnosing faults in electrical wiring and related equipment in domestic, commercial and industrial establishments. Installation and maintenance of overhead and underground electrical power distribution networks is included. Energy is the study of energy generation.
5,948
Graduates

(2019)


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