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Thursday, June 19, 2008


The Public Employment Services Office, Olongapo City conduct a screening at FMA Hall this June 18 and 19 at 9:30 am-3pm for 100 welders needed at BIFAL Heavy Industries Ltd. in Jubail, Saudi Arabia.

“Ang BIFAL ay isa lamang sa mga companies na may full support at may tiwala sa kalidad ng workers ng Olongapo. It does not only need workers but it also prioritizes employee’s’ rights and welfare once you are hired. Malaking bagay ang tiwala nila for Olongapenos who have welding skills and other crafts,” said Mayor James “Bong” Gordon Jr.

BIFAL Heavy Industries Ltd. is one of the largest heavy steels manufacturing company in the Middle East. It has two factories located in Jubail and Yanbu which were both established in 1993.

“Ang kompanya ay accredited ng Philippine Overseas Employment Administration kaya tiyak na ligtas ang mga workers na maha-hire,” said Evelyn Delos Santos, manager of Public Employment Services Office (PESO).

Vacancies in the company include project management, equipment supply, construction works and commissioning of clients.

Workers who have work experience or welding training with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) will have the edge on the screening.

Aside from the interview, the applicants will undergo a trade test or skills test which will be the final basis of selection.

Interested applicants can also apply online at http://www.rrjm.com/ or submit a detailed resume at the PESO office. PAO/don

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