CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY (PIA)--Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE)-10 Regional Director Albert E. Gutib announced that as of December 7, there are about 1,153 overseas and local jobs initially offered during the five-day, December 9-13, online job fair in the entire northern Mindanao region, in line with the 88th DOLE anniversary, December 8.
Gutib said the online job fair for local placement is in collaboration with the digital portal Mynimo.com and the local job postings for NorthMin region are posted in www.mynimo.com/dolex.
Top occupations in demand are customer service representatives with 300 vacancies; sales representatives (103); technical support experts (100); manufacturing specialists (46); cashiers (25); bus drivers (20); bus conductors (20); uc mechanics (20); baggers (15); and drivers (13), among others.
“Since this will be an online job fair, applicants must prepare in digital copies their resume or they can make one thru Mynimo’s online template,” Gutib said.
Job seekers are asked to log-in their credentials in the said link to e-register and click the name of the ongoing job fair. The system will then show the recommended job that matches the applicant’s reference.
If interested, applications should click the “Submit” button. It will automatically add in their “My Application” option. To see the application details, applicants should click the view button.
To search for other available jobs, applicants may type the position then click the “Search” button.
Job seekers may only submit their local jobs application during the three-day fair, but they can verify the status of their applications beyond December 13.
Overseas job listings are accessible through POEA’s website at https://onlineservices.poea. gov.ph.
Overseas vacancies are mostly nurses; teachers; HVAC technicians; electricians; plumbers; grocery store/restaurant managers; cooks; bakers; butchers; handymen; sales associates; and team members, among others.
Overseas job sites are in Palau; Ebeye, Marshall Island; Tamuning, Guam; Germany; Qatar; Indonesia; Oman; Japan; and Saudi Arabia.
The online job fair is organized by the Bureau of Local Employment (BLE) and the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), in coordination with the DOLE Regional Offices and its corresponding Provincial Field Offices.
This virtual job fair system is in compliance with the government safety and health restrictions on mass gatherings in preventing the spread of COVID-19 virus.
Moreover, this is also the response of the government through DOLE as the economy rebounds and some countries are gradually opening their economies.
Other lined-up activities include Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged/Displaced workers (TUPAD) program payout and livelihood projects turnover for the workers in the informal sector, tree planting activities, and Eucharistic mass observance are implemented region-wide.
This year’s 88th anniversary celebration in the region is anchored on the theme, “DOLE @ 88: Tuloy-tuloy na pagTUPAD sa serbisyong tapat!” (DOLE-10/PIA-10)