Philippine Job / Employment Abroad 2012 for Dredgemaster First in Brazil

April 9, 2012

Philippine Job / Employment Abroad 2012 for Dredgemaster First in Brazil


The Philippine Overseas Employment Agency (POEA), a government agency in the Philippines which is tasked with accrediting international and domestic employment / jobs / manpower / recruitment agencies that help out Filipinos land job placements abroad, has recently came out with a list of approved jobs abroad or also known as POEA approved jobs.


According to the POEA, the Manpower Resources Of Asia Inc… a private manpower / employment / job recruitment agency is now offering its assistance to help Filipinos land jobs in the country of Brazil. In fact, one of the POEA-approved job orders for this country is a job hiring for Dredgemaster First in the country of Brazil.


Our friends at the POEA informed us that if there are persons who are interested in these POEA approved jobs abroad they can immediately the Manpower Resources Of Asia Inc. directly or for more details they can easily visit the nearest POEA office in their area.


Persons who are interested to this jobs abroad offer, they may visit the above job employment recruitment agency. Job seekers should make sure that they have with them all the documents that they need for this job offer and prepare for a job interview, just in case.


They may bring documents such as but not limited to the following: Birth Certificate, NBI Clearance, Police Clearance and a Passport, if they already have one. Also, they should not forget to bring a valid identification card preferably a government issued identification card. Medical Certificates from government accredited hospitals and clinics may also be necessary.


POEA friends told us that the following are the EXPENSES FOR HIRING FILIPINO WORKERS:

Private land-based recruitment agencies change service fees from the employers/principals as payment for services rendered in the recruitment and placement of workers.  The employers also pay the cost of:


• POEA processing, PhP200.00


• Worker membership with the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), US$25.00


• Visa Fee


Private land-based recruitment agencies are allowed to collect from its selected/hired workers a placement fee equivalent to one (1) month salary, except in countries where laws prohibit collection of fees from workers.


JOB APPROVED DATE: 10/05/2011 ( Open )







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NOTE: The above job was culled from the licensed recruitment agencies’ active job orders for the past TWO years and are the remaining job orders after deducting the number of workers whose documents were already submitted to POEA for processing. The job orders are considered active unless cancelled by the employer or recruitment agency.  There is no guarantee on the availability of the job offer as the above recruitment agency may at present, have already accepted qualified applicants for the positions. So please verify with the agency if the job order is still active or not.




















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