New jobs for Parañaque residents! Following representations with Hanjin Heavy Industries Construction Co. Ltd., the Subic-based Korean company agreed to conduct a local recruitment of workers in the city.
The said company needs electricians, pipe-fitters, carpenters, painters, machinists and crane operators.
The job openings are for male applicants who are 18-40 years old; high school graduate; in good physical condition and of good moral character.
Qualified applicants will undergo training for 45 days at the Hanjin yard.
They will be given a daily allowance of Php150.00.
If they meet company standards, they will be inducted in the company’s labor force.
Interested parties may file their applications (accompanied by birth certificate, high school diploma, police clearance, one 2”X2” and three 1”X1” photos) at the Office of Parañaque City Councilor Benjo Bernabe or at the Office of San Antonio Brgy. Chairman Leopoldo Casale.
Telephone inquiries can be made via Hotlines 621-2764 (Coun. Benjo) or 825-3520 (Brgy. San Antonio).