The development of Seremban started with the discovery of tin ore in the 1870s just like most major towns in Peninsular Malaysia. The discovery of tin in a nearby area called Rasah, saw an influx of Arab, Malay and Chinese immigrants to work on the mines and trade there. The local Malays also played a very important role towards the development of Seremban. Seremban initially known as Sungai Ujong flourished not only as a mining area but also as a business center. The Linggi River served as the sole outlet to ferry tin and supplies in and out of the town. Revenue came not only from tin trade but also from the large amount of taxes collected, much to the displeasure of traders and British colonialists in the neighbouring port of Malacca.
1. Penolong Pegawai Tadbir N29
2. Pembantu Setiausaha Pejabat / Setiausaha Pejabat N19/N29
3. Pengawal Keselamatan KP11
4. Penghantar Notis N11
Closing Date : 06/12/2016