POEA: Government-to-Government hiring program to all Cities through the Office of the City Mayor


By LCP Secretariat
May 12, 2017


List of overseas job vacancies under the Government-to Government hiring program to all Cities through the Office of the City Mayor

 

The successfull applicants will be deployed only to countries where the Philippines has concluded bilateral labor agreements or arrangements, or to labor markets not being served by the private sector.

 

Please find attached Recruitment Specification Form (SRF) Nos.: 170004B; 170009; 170011; 170016 and 170018 indicating among others the following information:

 

  1. Name of Employer
  2. Worksite
  3. Vacant position/s
  4. Qualifications
  5. List of requirments
  6. Benefits
  7. Related schedule, that is, interview date  and deadlien of submission of application

 

Click here to download Recruitment Specification Form (SRF)

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