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7k vacancies up for grabs in Special Job Fair for NCCC Mall Fire Victims

A total of 7,105 job vacancies for both local and overseas will be available on February 25-26, 2018 (Sunday-Monday) during the Special Job Fair for NCCC Mall Fire Victims by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) XI at the Davao City Recreation Center (Almendra’s Gym).

Conducted in partnership with the Local Government Unit of Davao City and its Public Employment Service Office, the Special Job Fair, which will run from 8AM onwards, is mainly for the employees of NCCC Mall including tenants, promodisers, merchandisers, and agency-hired workers who are still looking for jobs after the fire incident. The job fair is also open to all interested applicants.

Local job vacancies are at 2,063 while overseas job vacancies are at 5,042. There are a total 45 participating employers (34 local; 11 overseas) for this activity.

Top 10 vacancies for local are: Call Center Agent, Sales Representative, Management Trainee, Service Crew, Field Coordinator, Stock Clerks, Assistant Store Manager, Marketing Professional, Online English Tutor, and Salesperson.

Top 10 vacancies for overseas are: Nurse, Cleaner, Service Crew, Waiter/Waitress, Household Worker Services, Laborer, Merchandiser, Technician, Barista and Engineer.

Priority lanes for both NCCC Employees and Dependents will be available during the job fair. Other than resumes, NCCC Employees or dependents enrolled under DOLE XI’s Emergency Employment Program who are interested to apply are advised to bring their ID’s while those who are not enrolled may bring their certificate of employment or other documentary proof that they are assigned or have worked at NCCC Mall. 

 

 

Kriztja Marae G. Labrador/LCO-DOLEXI

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2018-02-22
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