AT least 6,849 job opportunities are offered to more than a thousand jobseekers in Northern Mindanao’s job and business fairs, simultaneous throughout the country and spearheaded by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) on May 1, 2017 during its 115th Labor Day celebration.
Of the confirmed job vacancies solicited, almost 2,000 will be available for local employment from 64 participating private companies and government agencies.
Top local job vacancies are call center agents (300), property consultants (100), staff nurses (45), field construction officers (40) and sales associates for Cagayan de Oro (30).
Meanwhile, DOLE 10 is expecting around 4,955 job vacancies for overseas employment from 26 accredited recruitment agencies.
Top overseas vacancies are nurses (500), service crew (400), food servers/waiters (350), cleaners (310) and caregivers (300).
There will also be job fairs on the following schedules: MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology (June 1 to 2); BSU Main – Malaybalay (May 11); Central Mindanao University – Musuan (May 23); Mambajao, Camiguin (May 2); and Oroquieta City Gymnasium (May 1).
Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) 10 director Joffrey Suyao exhorted the jobseekers, advising them to be fully prepared when they participate in the job fair.
“I invite our jobseekers to participate in the job fair and ready themselves with their proper business attire, bring multiple copies of resumes, school credentials, certificates of employment, clearances, photos, passport (for overseas applicants) and other pertinent pre-employment documents needed by employers,” Suyao said.
To expedite registration, applicants are advised to prepare ahead of time the National Skills Registration Program form, downloadable through the DOLE 10 website (www.ro10.dole.gov.ph). Please present duly filled forms at the venue. PR
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