3,000 jobs up for grabs in Subic job fair

BACOLOR. Bacolor chief of police Major Louie Gonzaga poses with a fresh graduate who availed services under the First Time Job Seekers Assistance Act. (Contributed photo)

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT ZONE -- In commemoration of the 121st Philippine Independence Day, some 3,000 job vacancies will be available on the upcoming job and business fair of the Department of Labor and Employment (Dole) Central Luzon Wednesday, June 12.

The event will be held at the 2nd floor of the Harbor Point, Ayala Mall, Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

The Dole is expecting more than 73 employers to be present on this job and business fair. In demand jobs available are production operator and call center agents, while other occupations available are merchandiser, customer service, administrative staff, utility service crew, accounting staff, sales clerk, cashier and encoder.

Director Maria Zenaida Angara-Campita is urging all applicants to be ready with the application requirements such as resume or curriculum vitae, diploma and/or transcript of records and authenticated birth certificate.

“Be ready with not just one but extra copies of your resume for multiple job applications,” Director Campita added.

This Job and Business Fair is made possible in cooperation with the Public Employment Service Office of Olongapo, Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority, Ayala Malls, Department of Public Works and Highways, and the Department of Trade and Industry, among others.

Partner agencies like the Social Security System, PhilHealth, Home Development Mutual Fund, will also be present in the event to provide pre-employment services to jobseekers. (PR)


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