Bukidnon job fair 2012 set

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ANNOUNCEMENTS | BUKIDNON NEWS | BUKIDNON JOBS | MALAYBALAY CITY NEWS – There will be a Bukidnon Job Fair event tomorrow, July 27, 2012. This is the perfect chance for people in Bukidnon to apply for a job.

The Bukidnon Job Fair 2012 event will be held tomorrow, July 27, 2012, 8 AM to 4:30 PM at the Kaamulan Folk Arts Theater, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon.

So if you’re in need of a job in Bukidnon or someone you know is interested to see if there are any Bukidnon job openings, then please read on and find out more details about the 2012 Bukidnon Job Fair in Malaybalay City.

Here are the requirements that you would need to bring during the job fair in Bukidnon:

1. Bring pertinent documents such as transcript of records, passport, birth certificate, baptismal certificate, diploma etc.
2. Have these documents photocopied beforehand.
3. Bring your own pen so you need not borrow from other jobseekers all the time.
4. Keep all your documents in a folder.
5. Brings lots of copies of your resume or curriculum vitae. Avoid those 2 peso biodata forms! Biodata forms are passe, IMHO. Make sure that your resume states all your qualifications. AND PLEASE BE CAREFUL IN LISTING YOUR QUALIFICATIONS/HOBBIES!
6. Always wear a smile during interviews and speak in English as much as possible.

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Good luck and please let us know if you got hired! 🙂

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  • Puhleeze! I know you are trying to help people get jobs, but what on earth would a baptismal certificate prove, other than that a person is Catholic? It is a useless document unless a person is involved in Catholic functions such as marriage or baptism of their own child. It most certainly is not a job related document.

  • Puhleeze!!! I know you are trying to help people get jobs, but what on earth would a baptismal certificate prove, other than that a person is Catholic? It is a useless document unless a person is involved in Catholic functions such as marriage or baptism of their own child. It most certainly is not a job related document.

    Also, this job fair has been advertised on TV as being today, Friday, so it seems you are just a bit late posting it here.

    • Answered this below 🙂

      p.s. this site is just privately owned. We don’t run it as a business for Bukidnon news or something. Just doing this (and paying for this) voluntarily 🙂

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    ONLINE JOBS in a call center setting coming soon for BUKIDNON callcenter agent wanna be’s…… PM those interested and make sure to create a SKYPE account for upcoming interview…

    Training will be provided.
    Compensation – Bi-Monthly

    To Qualify:

    -Must be at least College level with Fluent English Communication skills. High School Graduates may qualify with exceptional English Communication Skills.

    -Must have Basic Computer knowledge
    -Must be willing to work graveyard ( night shift)
    -Must be willing to live in Valencia City Bukidnon or closest towns and cities

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  • I am serious when I ask why a baptismal certificate is considered a necessary document for employment. Not having one would obviously exclude all Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and Christians who are not Catholics from the prospective labor pool.

    • Hi Jerry, believe it or not but baptismal certificates are “easier” to get than birth certificates. And cheaper, too. Plus if you apply for a birth certificate, a baptismal certificate can serve as a supporting document. A lot of people don’t have birth certificates for various reasons – expensive, too much hassle involved in obtaining one etc. That’s why many recruiting agencies just contend with baptismal certificates.

      I hope you know that excluding people with other religions is the last thing we want to do.

  • I guess I’m a bit lost here because I do not understand why a BC should in any way be difficult or expensive to obtain. The hospital should record the birth and the province or country issue the birth certificate free to every child. Filipino BCs have way too much useless information on them. My BC lists: My parents names, my name, and the date and place of birth. NOthing else is required and my whole BC is on an 8 1/2 by 5 1/2 inch piece of paper which is half a sheet. It DOES include the command “Not to be Photocopied” right on it.

    Birth Certificates are mailed to the parents of the children a week or so after birth as a part of the birthing process.

    • @Jerry – Hmm how do I explain this. You see, birth certificates need to be “certified” by the National Statistics Office. And for you to get a certified NSO birth certificate, you need to get it from the NSO. Our local NSO office has limited resources (IKR…what’s new) so more often than not, people need to go to Cagayan de Oro NSO (regional office). Not only will that take effort and money, it takes a whole lotta time because there will be instances when you do go there and you don’t end up getting a birth certificate. Possible reasons may be because the local registrar failed to forward a copy to the regional office, the local registrar DOES NOT have a copy of your birth certificate etc etc. So what’ll happen is the regional NSO would require supporting documents like birth certificate, NBI clearance etc. to prove that you are indeed a Filipino citizen and that were born in the PHL. It’s a long and arduous process, I tell you. Pretty complicated to explain which makes everything sound really sh*tty, truth be told. A lot of changes really need to be done but these should be done on the grassroots level.

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