Jobs, jobs, jobs

INK for Less is looking for new staff:

  1. 100 Assistant Store Managers – Female, 24-30 years old, graduate of any 4-year course; with pleasing personality, with good verbal communication skills; at least 2 years store-related work experience; flexible and willing to work long hours and during holidays; at least 5’2 in height and is computer literate.
  2. 200 Management Trainees – Female, 21-25 years old, with pleasing personality and good communication skills; graduate of any related course; fresh graduates are welcome to apply; a self-starter, willing to work long hours and during holidays; at least 5’2 in height, and is computer literate.
  3. 50 Quality Ink Refillers – Female, 20-25 years old, with pleasing personality and good communication skills; completed at least 2 years in college; willing to work long hours and during holidays; at least 5’2 in height and is computer literate.

Interested? Hand-carry your resume with pictures and photocopies of Transcript of Records or diploma, NBI clearance, Community Tax Certificate, SSS card, TIN card, Philhealth card every Mondays to Wednesdays, 8:00 to 11:00 am at HRD Concept, Suite 2205-B, West Tower, Philippine Stock Exchange Center (Tektite), Exchange Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City. Only applicants with complete requirements will be entertained and will undergo on the spot interview and examination. For applicants outside Metro Manila, please send your resume with the required credentials via courier to the address above (Attention: HRD Concept-Recruitment Section). You may also e-mail your resume to HRDC_info@globenet.com.ph

Author: Susan Ople

Susan "Toots" Ople is the President of the Blas F. Ople Policy and Training Institute. She's an OFW and labor advocate based in the Philippines.

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  • Kudos to your new site. Striking color. Interesting category on OFW.
    I sit in the board of Unlad Kabayan Migrant Workers Foundation. Other labor issues – i just created a new blog on child labor titled Tiny Hands at http://www.rpchildlabor.blogspot.com.
    Incidentally, in the much-publicised tourism jobs fair I gather that the Davao leg had a 58 on the spot hiring, while in Manila where a Palace big shot showed up, only 1 was hired!
    Salamat sa post on iblog2.

  • jo real

    How about finding ways to give jobs
    to civil service passers,37 years old and above?

    been applying since 2003 after i passed the CSC exam for professional level with a rating of 85.41 percent but it seems that i need a “padrino”.

    I was not able to land a job after submitting my resume in MUNTINLUPA CITY HALL, SANTA ROSA CITY HALL AND BINAN MUNICIPAL HALL IN LAGUNA.

    but collegues from the abovementioned government offices told me that most of their co-workers were not civil service eligible,madam why is that?

    I was born in Alabang,Muntinlupa but some of the employees in the City hall were not even born,living in the said city but rather political ‘apos’ of the mayor..meaning appointed by the mayor or his ‘bataan’..

    it is a sorry practice but correcting this is a matter that legislators can look into…

    please madam president,senators,congressmen, let’s put the system in the right direction so that our can country can move forward….

  • Jo,

    You might wish to drop by the Bureau of Local Employment of the DOLE or the DOLE-NCR office. They might be able to refer you to a government agency that is in a hiring mode.

    We don’t need legislation to open up and improve the hiring process in and out of government. We just need to accentuate merit rather than the “palakasan” system that we have had for years.

    Good luck and please don’t lose hope! It may take time but I’m sure that given your eligibility and persistence as a jobseeker you’ll be hired soon.

    Toots