Public Employment Service Off (PESO) of the Iloilo Provincial Government will hold a Job Fair on June 7, 2019, with over 38,000 vacancies up for grabs!
PESO Head Francisco Heler said that a total of 142 companies offering 38,150 jobs have already confirmed their participation in the event.
Job opportunities include vacancies in business process outsourcing (bpo), tutorial, real estate, banking micro-finance, hotel and restaurants, retailers, medical fields and construction industries.
Aside from tables of these companies, PESO will also install help desks of government agencies such as TESDA, NBI, OWWA, POEA, SSS, BIR, DFA, Parole and Probation Office, Philippine Pacific Administration, among others.
There will also be special lanes for persons with disabilities, solo parents, parolees, sustainable programs of DWD, TESDA graduates and Indigenous People (IPs).
A total of 12 municipalities have thrown their support to the job fair by offering free rides for their constituents. These are the local government units of Barotac Viejo, Cabatuan, Estancia, Igbaras, Janiuay, Lambunao, Maasin, Sta. Barbara, Maasin, Leon, Miagao kag Zarraga.
The provincial government will also hold free skills training and pre-employment orientation that will surely benefit job seekers.
PESO Job Fair at Iloilo Provincial Capitol will be open from 8AM to 4PM.
Interested applicants may now Pre-Register at PESO Iloilo Extension Office, 3rd floor of Iloilo Provincial Capitol.
What to bring at PESO Job Fair
- All applicants are advised to bring the following:
- Copies of Resume
- School Records
- Birth Certificates
- Training Certificates (if available)
- Passport (for overseas applicants)
Applicants are advised to bring several copies of their documents for multiple applications. They should also dress appropriately and follow instructions at the venue. It would also do them well to bring water and snacks.
For more information and inquiries, please Like PESO – Province of Iloilo page and follow updates in PESO Job Fair 2019 event page in Facebook. (With reports from Radyo Pilipinas)