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Sunday, January 23, 2011

Jobs in THE PALM, Dubai

Rising from the warm waters of the Arabian Gulf, this luxury 1539 room resort is situated on 113 acres. Opened in September 2008 this resort is an architectural wonder and one of Dubai's newest landmarks, located of the Palm Jumeirah.

Job Positions Available
Guest Service Agents (Receptionist)
Ticketing Attendants
Food and Beverage Attendants (M/F)
Guest Room Valets (Room Attendants)
Commis 3
Commis 3 (Pastry)
Commis 3 (Bakery)
Host (Lost Chambers)
Lobby Hostess
F & B Hostess

Job Requirements:
Candidates MUST be impeccable grooming, be very guest oriented and have excellent command of the English Language. Minimum height for females is 5 foot 4 inches and for the males 5 foot 6 inches.
With minimum 2 years experience in 4 or 5 star hotel.

If you are interested in the above positions, please apply personally or you can send us your updated resume with a recent photo to for evaluation.


Preliminary interview is on going, Only shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by the Talent Development Team from the Atlantis who will be in Manila on February 1, 2011.

Philippine Agency:
Ground Floor LA Bldg. #861 Don Quijote St. cor. Espana Sampaloc Manila
POEA License: 318-LB-070402-R
Tel: 742-2628

Bring the following:
2 sets of resume
Xerox copy of passport
2 pcs. 2x2 and whole body pictures

For Manpower Pooling Only * No fees to be Collected * Mag-Ingat sa Illegal Recruiter

Friday, January 21, 2011

Jobs For Filipinos in Taiwan: Factory Workers

Job Position: Factory Workers
Job Location: Taiwan

-Female 20-26 YRS OLD
-155cm above in height, 60kg below in weight
-Vocational Level or College Graduate
-Not ex-Taiwan, no Tattoo, perfect vision
-Can listen, talk, read and write in English
-With or Without Local Experience

=TENTATIVE INTERVIEW WILL BE ON "02-15-2011/02-18-2011"

Philippine Agency
Telephone: 5210853 / 5232407 / 5363754
POEA License Number: 171-LB-081407-R

For Manpower Pooling * Mag-ingat Sa Illegal Recruiter * No Fees To be Collected

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Retirement system for OFWs proposed

Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) may soon look forward to lucrative businesses when they retire from work.

A party-list lawmaker has filed a bill which proposes a retirement system designed to provide OFWs with funds enough to run a business or other productive endeavors.

Rep. Rodante Marcoleta (Party-list, Alagad) filed House Bill 1334 establishing the Overseas Filipino Workers Social Security and Retirement System, which shall cover all documented OFWs who are duly registered with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA).

Under the bill, the Overseas Filipino Workers Social Security and Retirement System or the "System" shall be responsible for providing retirement benefits and welfare assistance to OFWs and their dependents.

Marcoleta said the System shall also develop a savings plan by which OFWs can be encouraged collectively to contribute part of their earnings in order to protect them against the hazards of old-age, disability, sickness, and death.

"Under the System, a trust fund shall be establish which will constitute the contributions of OFWs," said Marcoleta.

The bill provides that when a covered OFW is separated from employment, the obligation to pay contributions from that employment shall cease at the end of the month of separation but he shall be credited with all contributions paid and shall be entitled to all benefits under this Act.

It further provides that all covered OFWs who had paid at least 120 monthly contributions prior to the semester of retirement and who has reached the age of 45 years shall be entitled to a monthly pension.

Upon the death of the retired OFW pensioner, his primary beneficiaries as of the date of his retirement shall be entitled to 80 percent of the monthly pension and his dependents to the dependent's pension as provided under the bill. (MRS-PRIB/PIA-NCR/sdl)

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Jobs in Qatar: IT Administrator Support

Location: Qatar


The candidate must have hands on experience in ERP ORION from version 9.0 upto 10.4/ 10.6 in similar experience of at least 4 - 5 years.


Philippine Agency:
Unit A&B 1845 Dian St. Cor. Boyle St., Palanan Makati City, Metro Manila
Tel : 02 5527826-27 / Cp: 09053578620
Email Address:
Look for Ms. Vicky

POEA License: 047-LB-080306-R

for manpower pooling * beware of illegal recruiters * no fees to be collected

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Egyptian, 2 Pinoys nabbed for duping aspiring OFWs

An Egyptian and two Filipinos were arrested in an entrapment operation by the Task Force Against Illegal Recruitment (TFAIR) for alleged illegal recruitment of aspiring overseas Filipino workers, Vice President Jejomar Binay said.

Binay, whose office supervises the TFAIR, said Egyptian Samir Mohamed Seif Alyazal, Lukniya Abdul Halim and Susan Fernandez Garcia (both Filipinos), were arrested by elements of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group of the Philippine National Police (PNP-CIDG) last December 29, at the Great Eastern Hotel (Aberdeen Court) Makati City.

He said the suspects allegedly violated Republic Act 8042, or the Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipinos Act of 1995, after they tried to recruit workers without the authority and license to recruit from the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA).

The complainants told the CIDG that Alyazal, Halim, and Garcia promised them jobs in Kuwait with a monthly salary of 700 Kuwait Dinar or more than P100,000.

Binay said preliminary investigation on the case will be on January 11. “We will not rest until we put an end to illegal recruitment and human trafficking in the Philippines," he added.

The vice president said the suspects are now at the PNP Detention Center in Camp Crame.

Last week, the TFAIR also filed estafa and illegal recruitment charges against two Britons and a Filipino for allegedly scamming around P1.7 million in processing and placement fees from aspiring OFWs.

The TFAIR is composed of the PNP, POEA, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) and the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI). — Kimberly Jane Tan/LBG/RSJ, GMANews.TV


Sunday, January 2, 2011

Employment Opportunities in Libya, an Upcoming Career Destination

If you are interested in learning more about Employment Opportunities in Libya, an Upcoming Career Destination. Then check our complete Careers Employment section.

Libya is located in North Africa and is defined as an ‘Upper Middle Income Economy’ by the World Bank. It is surrounded by Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, Sudan, Chad, Niger, Algeria and Tunisia from all sides. The capital of Libya is Tripoli and it is the fourth largest country in Africa in terms of land area.

The economy of Libya is hugely dependent on oil revenue as it is an oil producing country. The Government is now trying to shift the focus from oil industry to others like teaching and education, nursing and healthcare, travel and tourism, hotel and aviation, real estate and construction, etc. The countries of Middle East region are known for their huge reserves of oil, petroleum and natural gas. The economies of these countries are, therefore, concentrated on these reserves for years while prospering from the export revenues. The governments of Middle East countries like Libya, Algeria, Iraq, Jordon, Egypt, Kuwait, Morocco, Tunisia and others are now making efforts to diversify their economies.

The diversification of economy has helped in creating large number of jobs in Middle East. Such new career opportunities are available in almost all sectors and at all levels across the countries. For instance, jobs in Libya are generated due to the developmental plans carried throughout the industries. Also, Libya has low financial liabilities and strong medium-term growth prospects in various sectors. Moreover, it has been working consistently on the mission of rebuilding its economic and political links to the rest of the world after years of isolation.

Libya has been able to survive the period of global financial turmoil quite easily due to its minimal external liabilities. Much lesser disruption was caused to its developmental plans as compared to other developing countries. In fact, it was kind of a blessing in disguise for Libya’s economy as it became capable of pumping in the investments in Western world countries. With such huge amounts of money available, many job opportunities are available in Libya for natives and expatriates as well. According to sources, expatriate workers represent an estimated fifth of the labor force of the country. Finding jobs in Libya is not much trouble as job market is flourishing with more and more opportunities.

The companies in Libya prefer foreign workforce than the native ones and this is mainly because of the following two reasons:

There is a lack of specially-trained Libyans in the country and so, they are unable to meet the needs of the new labor market and
There are many Libyans who lack willingness to work at carpentry or metalwork shop or construction fields as they are looking for jobs matching their education.

Since, native professionals are not ready to take up jobs in Libya and are migrating in large numbers to other countries, the scope of employment for foreign nationals is even higher. Such high influx of foreigners has prompted officials to create a law according to which 30 % of all employees hired by foreign organizations must be Libyan nationals. But, traders and companies do not seem to be happy with the decision as they say it is difficult to find that percentage of Libyan workforce.

Ultimately, the focus remains on hiring expatriate manpower, raising the need and demand for foreign professionals. Libya jobs for well trained and highly skilled outsiders are available across all sectors and at all levels.

So, if you have a dream to work abroad like so many people and you are looking for high paying jobs in Middle East region, Libya may be your place. Libya is all set to emerge as a popular career destination soon.

Deepika Bansal writes on behalf of, a leading job portal for jobs in Gulf Region, Jobs in Libya, Middle East jobs.’s foray into the Middle East is an Endeavour to provide established client base with services that best meet their international requirements as well as expand our operations on to a global arena.

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Author: Brian Summers