This is such an awesome initiative from AEON Malaysia!
If you or anyone you know have lost their source of income due to the restrictions of the Movement Control Order (MCO), AEON has got a 1 year contractual rider job to help unemployed Malaysians out there during this trying times.
The best part about this contract job is that AEON will not only provide you with a motorcyle, but also give it for free to you after the 1 year contract is over!
Sounds like a very impressive offer for a contractual appointment!
Here are all the requirements for the position as listed in AEON’s website:
- Contract duration of 1 year.
- Working hours from 11am until 6pm including weekends and public holidays.
- 1 day off every week.
- Age 25 to 40 years old.
- Malaysian citizen.
- Have lost income or employment due to Covid-19 pandemic (must show prove).
- Have a valid B/B2 driving license.
- Do not own any types of vehicle (car or motorcyle).
- Possesses no past criminal records.
- Have a positive working attitude.
- Training will be provided.
- Other terms and conditions applies.
Know of any other employment opportunities for our fellow Malaysians that have lost their source of income during this Covid-19 pandemic? Share it in the comments section to keep the #KitaJagaKita spirit alive!
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