3K vacancies await applicants in DOLE-Albay online job fair

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE)-Bicol through its Albay provincial field office, opened on Monday its “2020 DOLE Albay Online Job Fair” where more than 3,000 local job vacancies are being offered to applicants.

 

During the virtual launching, Leah Balderama-Dy, DOLE-Albay provincial director, said the online job fair will be accessible from September 14 to 25 through the link http://dolero5.com/jobfair/RegOnline.

 

“Among the job vacancies are online English teacher, senior WordPress developer, SEO/Content writer, internet researcher (Full-time/Office-based), internet researcher (Freelance/Home-based), farm supervisor, Eggroom man, welder, auto-mechanic, HR assistant, production operator, company nurse, IT, technician, driver and many more,” she said.

 

Mayor Noel Rosal, also the Regional Development Council (RDC) chairperson, in his message, said the online job fair presents a big opportunity to be gainfully employed to young professionals and other job-seeking people.

 

“Life must go on for us Bicolanos so that we can let them land a job, as we continue our journey in this fight with coronavirus (Covid-19), we have to be more innovative, we have to adapt to the new normal. We have to continue to give these young people the opportunities they deserve,” Rosal said.

 

He wished that similar employment programs would continue to inspire and assure everyone that the government will always do its share in giving opportunities to the people.

 

DOLE-Bicol Regional Director Joel Gonzales, in a statement, said the virtual job fair will help engage job seekers and employers and accelerate applicant and job matching. It will also promote convenient access to employment opportunities for job seekers, particularly in Albay.

 

“It will also provide an avenue for employers to advertise and facilitate filling-up vacancies,” he added.

 

Gonzales said DOLE-Bicol guarantees to fulfill its mandated functions to ensure that timely delivery of services remains inviolable amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic while protecting the safety and health of government workers and their clients.

 

Source: Philippines News Agency

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