Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Mabalacat PESO announces Japan caregiver deployment

THE Mabalacat City Government, through its Public Employment and Services Office (Peso), has scheduled a manpower pooling and initial screening for caregivers for Japan deployment.

Applicants should be at least 18 years old, have one year experience and not more than 30 years old, at least N5 Nihonggo language proficiency level preferably with JLPT certificate, and preferably graduate of four-year health care related courses or Caregiving NC II certification from the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda).

Applicants, who have not previously been employed in Japan under the TIPP and Jitco program, may visit the Peso office at the Second Level of Mabalacat City Public Market.

Mayor Cris Garbo said the Mabalacat City PESO has initiated several skills and livelihood training in line with his administrations employment program.

"One of my programs is the employment for our Kabalens to help them get jobs and livelihood," Garbo said.


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