Private recruitment agency to hold jobs fair at capitol

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Saturday, April 21, 2012

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – A private recruitment agency will be holding jobs fair on April 24 at the Provincial Capitol grounds here.

PhilAfrica Technical Resources, Inc., a licensed recruitment agency for overseas Filipino workers, is scheduled to accept job applications from qualified Kapampangan laborers, engineers, accountants and other construction workers.

Provincial Public Employment Services Office (Peso) head Luningning Vergara disclosed that some 400 job vacancies in the Republic of Angola await qualified applicants from various municipalities of the province.


Vergara said that the recruitment agency’s general manager and recruitment officers will personally conduct the pre-screening and interview of applicants.

The job vacancies include civil, geodetic and electrical engineers, linemen, industrial electricians, air conditioning technicians, plumbers, masons, auto and electronic technicians, diesel engine fitters and mechanics, power station supervisors, carpenters, cold storage supervisors, CAD and crane operators, riggers, metal works erectors, camp managers, quantity surveyors, tool keepers and marine technicians.

Accountants, computer data encoders, purchasing agents, drivers and mechanics of heavy equipment, health and safety environment officers, cooks, tinsmiths, welders, stock controllers, pipe fitters, telecom and information technology support technicians are also needed.

“Successful applicants will be employed by eight companies based in the Republic of Angola with salaries ranging from $800 to $2,200 US dollars.”

A processing fee of P5,000 will be required each successful applicant as well as his one-month salary as placement fee, deductible from his salary.

The recruitment activity will start at 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

The applicants were advised to bring their resume, certificates of employment, passports, National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and police clearances and other pertinent documents.

The said public employment office made the necessary coordination with the Philippine Overseas Employment Association which cleared the recruitment agency as a duly licensed entity.

The holding of special recruitment activities is one of the strategies utilized by Peso in line with the desire of Governor Lilia G. Pineda of providing ample local and overseas job opportunities to qualified individuals in the province, Vergara pointed out.

Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on April 21, 2012.

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