PETROLIAM NASIONAL BERHAD (PETRONAS)
TOWER 1, PETRONAS TWIN TOWERS
KUALA LUMPUR CITY CENTRE
5328 KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA;
JOB REF: MAL.05.2012.LGEC.
JOB REF: MAL.05.2012.LOGEC.
ATTENTION : Name
We refer to your earlier forwarded application for job engagement with relations to the PETROLIAM
NASIONAL BERHAD (PETRONAS) Malaysia Company; Gas Flaring Project in Malaysia and job
Reference number: MAL.05.2012.LGEC.
On the above subject matter, the (PETRONAS) management hereby congratulates you on your
Successful emergence based on detailed recruitment by our official recruitment consultants;
(PETRONAS) RECRUITMENT SERVICES.
Further details are as follows:
JOB DESIGNATION / POSITION: QC INSPECTOR
SALARY: USD 16,320.00 (Sixteen Thousand Three Hundred and Twenty Dollars only)
Monthly/take-home (After tax),
Sterling or Euros equivalent depending on home country and currency preference.
YOUR ENTILED/ EMOLUMENTS TO BELOW
1. Five Bedroom Flat Duplex (Single and family Status)
2. Free Medical Care & Travel Insurance
3. 10 Days Leave / break/ Vacation after every 90 working days
4. Flight Fares (Air Tickets Throw and flow)
5. Free Education Scheme to expatriates children/family
6. Free Toyota Camry 2009 Model for your work.
7.100% Security both in the working place/ housing unit
JOB LOCATION: KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA
START DATE: You shall be expected to resume on site on the 7TH OF SEPTEMBER 2012.
Herein, you have been forwarded employers’ prototype of contract terms and conditions via e-mail
(Attached) for your perusal and digest; on your satisfaction and agreement with terms and response,
You shall be expected to start your job processes and will be sent hard copy of contract document
Through the DHL courier services for endorsement via the Malaysia Immigration Services after
Procession of your traveling papers.
You shall be required to furnish us with your valid Malaysia residence and work permits papers on or
Before the 1th OF SEPTEMBER 2012, as a proof of readiness to join the (PETRONAS) project team in
the due time as stipulated above for your job resumption with the (PETRONAS)in Malaysia and also to
Enable you receive your first monthly salary including your due entitlements/emoluments prior to your
Departure for services with the (PETRONAS) in Malaysia.
All employees successfully screened and recruited for the PETROLIAM NASIONAL BERHAD
(PETRONAS) MALAYSIA (And not presently possessing a valid Malaysian Residence and Work Permits
Clearance Papers) shall be expected to personally incur all expenses as shall be related to the
processing, procurement and acquisition of their necessary permits clearance papers with the
LION TRAVELING AGENCY MALAYSIA and shall be duly reimbursed and will be substantiated with
Receipts and the employer will reimburse the employee not later than Five (5) working days after
submission of employee’s expense report and receipts.
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
(flight tickets), immunizations etc. Reimbursements shall be made before employee’s embark on
journey not later than Five (5) working days after submission of employee’s expense report and
receipts, this after the acquisition of relevant traveling from the LION TRAVELING AGENCY
MALAYSIA. /Internal affairs ministry here in Malaysia.
However, for expatriate services employees who do not presently posses their valid Malaysia residence
and Work Permits papers, they are to make contact with the address given below for directives and
assistance on the acquisition and procurement of their valid residence and work permits papers with
The lion air traveling agency Malaysia here in Malaysia.
LION AIR TRAVELING AGENCY
RING ROAD P.O BOX 10241
KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA
Contact Person; Dr AHMAD NIZAR ZOAKAR
Telephone: +60 -111- 61- 7915
Tele Fax: +60-111-631-7914
Note that all Malaysian based employees' are to report personally to our office with identification
materials for signing and collection of hard copy of their contract documents. This is in line with the
expatriate statuary law of Malaysia in compliance with the U.N. Terrorism Act. Find attached for other
necessary related details of job.
Congratulations on your success,
MOHAMAD IDIS MANOR
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER,
Expatriate Technical Support Services,
SIGNED AND APPROVED BY:…
SIGNED AND ACCEPTED
TERMS OF AGREEMENT
FOR CARRYING OUT EXPATRIATE TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICESPROVISION IN THE PETROLIAM NASIONAL
BERHAD (PETRONAS): COMPANY PROJECT IN MALAYSIA.BETWEEN PETROLIAM NASIONAL BERHAD
PETRONAS): COMPANY AND EMPLOYEE EXPATRIATE TECHNICAL SERVICES PROVISION FOR THE (PETRONAS)
THIS AGREEMENT is made this 2ND AUGUST JULY 2012, between (PETRONAS) incorporated under the Laws of Malaysia (hereinafter called (PETRONAS) which expression shall where the context so admits include its successors-in-title and assigns) of the one part and (PETRONAS) RECRUITMENT SERVICES; with registered Head office at MALAYSIA (PETRONAS) Complex, Tower 1, PETRONAS Twin Towers Kuala Lumpur as first party (hereinafter referred to
(PETRONAS) desires to secure the services of a competent Employee to provide expatriate
Environmental services and others as specified to first party Employee.
1.1 Employee represents to (PETRONAS); that it has the technical competence necessary for carrying
out all the services, duties and obligations specified in this contract on the part of the Employee to be
assumed and performed and has agreed to carry out the same in accordance with the terms and
conditions hereinafter set forth.
ARTICLE 2: CONTRACT PERIOD
The contract period shall be for Contract duration: The contract shall last for duration of (24)
consecutive months; Two (2) years and could be renewed only if employer is satisfied with employee's
ARTICLE 3: FEES FOR SERVICES AND TERMS OF PAYMENTS
3.1 (PETRONAS) shall pay Employee on satisfactory performance of the services stated in Article 1,
Through 1st party Employee the sum of USD 16,320.00 (Sixteen Thousand Three Hundred and
Twenty Dollars only) monthly/take-home (After tax), Sterling or Euros equivalent depending on home
Country and currency preference.
3.2 (PETRONAS) shall pay for services rendered in Article 1 by cheque presented on a monthly basis
at the rate stated in Article 3.1.
3.3 Payments of undisputed invoices will be made by (PETRONAS) to the EMPLOYEE monthly.
3.4 (PETRONAS) shall pay all of the fees in Article 3.1 in US dollars or Euros, Pounds equivalent
Depending on employees’ home country and shall be paid; 75% to an offshore account provided by the
Employee and 25% locally here in Malaysia for the Employee domestic and daily usage.
3.4(a) All employees successfully screened and recruited for the (PETRONAS) "GAS FLARING
PROJECT" (And not presently possessing a valid Malaysian Residence and Work Permits Clearance
Papers) shall be expected to personally incur all expenses as shall be related to the processing,
Procurement and acquisition of their necessary permits clearance papers with the LION
TRAVELING AGENCY MALAYSIA. and shall be duly reimbursed and will be substantiated with
receipts and the Employer will reimburse the employee not later than Five (5) working days after
Submission of employee’s expense report and receipts.
3.4(b) 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 (flight tickets), immunizations etc. Reimbursements shall be made before employee’s
Embark on journey not later than Five (5) working days after submission of employee’s expense
Report and receipts, this after the acquisition of relevant traveling papers through LION AIR
TRAVELING AGENCY MALAYSIA Internal affairs ministry in Malaysia.
3.4(c) Employer for each intercontinental trip shall pay $3,530.00 flat rate travel/entertainment
allowance to employee. Travel shall be by business class/first class. However for the purpose of
Commencement, the cost of travel ticket shall be paid in addition to travel/entertainment allowance.
Cost shall be substantiated and shall be the rate charged at the Period/time of purchase.
3.4(d) Employer shall also take care of employees' travel ticket including that of employees' family
only on employees' early notification to employer and as shall be requested by employee while
Employee shall bear all expenses of securing his/her Malaysian Valid Residences/Work Permit Papers
and shall be dully reimbursed before embarking on the trip to Malaysia.
3.5 CONFIRMED EMPLOYEES:
Confirmed employees are those employee’s that have successfully acquired and forwarded his/her
necessary permits clearance papers to the employers’ management-duly certified by the
LION AIR TRAVELING AGENCY MALAYSIA Federal Ministry Of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia). Then they
shall be Entitled to article 3.0-3.4 &7.0 below.
3.6 OTHER BENEFITS
• Quality single or family housing in company community.
• Personal effects shipment and excess baggage allowances.
• Access to some of the finest social and recreational facilities in Malaysia.
• Free medical care in Malaysia for you and your family for contract duration.
• Excellent educational assistance benefits with family status contracts.
• Complete meals also for you and your family as deemed appropriate.
• Life insurance Policy for contract duration.
• Maximum and efficient security both in work place and housing Community.
Computer resources: Laptop Computer, 1.6 GHz Processor, 256 MB RAM, 24XCD-RW, 30GB Hard
Drive, Floppy Drive, Integrated Network Adapter, Internal 56K Modem, Spare Battery and Necessary
Software. Full time Internet access is also made available
Phones: the employer will provide each employee with one (1) landline and one (1) mobile telephone.
This shall have a reasonable credit limit application per month.
Local transportation: Free Toyota Camry 2009 Model shall be fully provided for employee and family
Adequate private office space in a conducive and comfortable work environment shall be provided for
Employees’ shall be authorized three (3) times paid vacation during the term of the contract, to be
Used at the employees ‘discretion after duly informing and receiving approval from employer’s
Management. Employer will pay for travel expenses and flat rate travel allowance of US$2,520.00.
Employer will provide the employee with comprehensive health care for the term of contract, and
Follow-on care for injuries suffered during the term of contract for employee and family
The first monthly salary shall be paid in advance before Employee embarks on journey to assume duty.
(This is after employee must have acquired and forwarded his/her necessary permits clearance papers
to the employers management-duly certified by the LION AIR TRAVELING AGENCY MALAYSIA
/Federal Ministry of Internal Affairs of Malaysia), it shall also be accompanied with re-imbursement.
This is to enable Employee settle all domestic needs before travel as such no excuses will be
Entertained on assumption of duty relating to default. All payment of Salary after assumption of duty
in Malaysia shall be 75% paid into an offshore account to be provided by employee with the
25% paid locally in Malaysia. This is in line with the Federal Republic of Malaysia expatriate financial
Statutory laws. Expatriate shall also be liable to pay 10% of salary as withholding tax to the relevant
authority in Malaysia.
The contract shall last for duration of (24) consecutive months; Two (2) years and could be renewed
only if employer is satisfied with employee's services.
Prior to resumption as inscribed above, You shall be required to furnish us with your valid Malaysia
Residence/Work permits papers (With the LION AIR TRAVELING AGENCY MALAYSIA) on or
before the 1ST OF SEPTEMBER 2012 as a sign of readiness to enable you receive all your due
Entitlements/ emoluments prior to resumption of duty to enable you settle all domestic necessities
before embarking on project trip and avoidance of excuses leading to delays on your side.
ARTICLE 4: GENERAL ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT/OTHER BENEFITS
4.1 Unless otherwise stated in a superseding document, the Contract Administrator of PETROLIAM
NASIONAL BERHAD (PETRONAS) shall maintain general administration and management of the project
and all progress reports should be addressed PETROLIAM NASIONAL BERHAD (PETRONAS) to him.
ARTICLE 5: ASSIGNMENT
5.1 The Employee shall not assign or transfer any or all of its rights, responsibilities or obligation under
this Agreement without the prior written consent of (PETRONAS), which consent shall not be
Unreasonably withheld. However, (PETRONAS) shall be entitled without such consent to assign the
Transfer of any or all of its rights, responsibilities, obligations and liabilities under this Agreement to
any affiliate of (PETRONAS) or its co-venturer subject to prior written notification.
ARTICLE 6: INDEMNITY
The Employee agrees to indemnify and hereby indemnifies (PETRONAS) in respect of all third party
claims arising from the performance of this contract.
ARTICLE 7: FORCE MAJEURE
7.1 Notwithstanding anything herein stated, neither party should be considered in default in the
performance of its obligations under this Agreement as a result of Force Majeure.
The term "Force Majeure" shall include but not limited to Act of God, War, Nationwide strike,
Lockout, Riot and Civil commotion. A strike or Lockout embarked upon by only the Employee’s
Personnel shall not be deemed to be included in this term.
7.2 If an interruption of work occurs as a result of "Force Majeure" for up to seven (7) days, 70% of
the basic daily fees shall be paid as standby.
However, if such suspension results in Employee not being able to perform its duties for more than
seven (7) days, then (PETRONAS) may at its option elect to continue the implementation of this
Agreement at adjusted standby rates to be negotiated by (PETRONAS) and Employee or to
Terminate the contract.
ARTICLE 8: TERMINATION
8.1 This Agreement may be terminated: -
(i) If the services stated in Article 1 and are not rendered satisfactorily.
(ii) If the duration of the Agreement stated in Article 2 expires and no extension has been given.
(iii) Under Force Majeure as stated in Article 7.0
ARTICLE 9: DEFAULT OF EMPLOYEE
9.1 In the event of default by Employee or non-compliance by Employee with the terms and conditions
of this Agreement, (PETRONAS) shall give notice to Employee specifying areas of default and
Employee shall have ten (10) calendar days to rectify to (PETRONAS) satisfaction, the said default(s).
If Employee does not rectify to (PETRONAS) satisfaction, the said default(s) within ten (10) days of
receipt of the notice, (PETRONAS) may proceed with termination of this Agreement subject only to
settlement of all payments due and outstanding at the time of termination.
ARTICLE 10: ADDRESSES FOR NOTICE
All notices and other communication required to be given hereunder by one party to the other shall be
in writing and shall be sufficiently given if sent by Email, Post, and Faxed or delivered by hand to the
In case of (PETRONAS):
PETROLIAM NASIONAL BERHAD (PETRONAS)
Tower 1, PETRONAS Twin Towers
Kuala Lumpur City Centre
532388 Kuala Lumpur
Notice shall be deemed to have been properly given if delivered by Email, hand or registered post,
fourteen (14) days after dispatch or postage.
ARTICLE 11: ENTIRE AGREEMENT
This Agreement embodies the entire understanding of the parties hereto and any prior representation
or arrangements are hereby superseded.
ARTICLE 12: ATTESTATION
AS WITNESS, the hands of the duly authorized representatives of the parties, the day and year first
SIGNED AND DELIVERED FOR AND ON BEHALF OF: (PETRONAS) BY:
MOHAMED IDRIS MANSOR
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGERS; SIGNATURE. (PETRONAS);
GAS FLARING PROJECT.
IN THE PRESENCE OF:
EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE:__________________________________________________ ____
DESIGNATION: ____________________________________________________________ _
THIS LETTER ARE BEING SENT TO ME AND TO JOB SEEKERS, AND IT MIGHT BE SCAM, THIS IS WHAT I ENCOUNTER IN THE OF MONTH AUGUST 2012 SO PLS BE ADVISE TO THINK WISER.