Over 1k jobs open: Exclusive to persons with disability

Date Posted: December 2nd, 2018 03:48 AM

News Release
Department of Labor and Employment
2 December 2018

 

Over 1k jobs open
Exclusive to persons with disability

 

More than 1,000 jobs are available in a jobs and opportunities fair specially set for persons with disability on December 5, Wednesday.

 

The job openings are in BPO, electronics, advertising, hotel, health and wellness, travel, media, logistics, manpower and security services, sales, property management, pharmaceutical, and memorial services, among others.

 

The day-long event, a partnership of the Department of Labor and Employment and some 30 Rotary Clubs of District 3830, will be held at the covered walk of the Quezon City Hall. It is being held as a special offering of the labor department which celebrates its 85th founding anniversary this week.

 

This is also Rotary’s contribution in the observance of the International Day for Persons with Disability, and part of the government’s awareness campaign encouraging private sector employers to allocate one percent of their workforce to persons with disability.

 

Republic Act 10524 mandates agencies of government to employ persons with disability to comprise at least one percent of their employees, while it provides incentives to private enterprises with more than 100 employees who take in disadvantaged persons into their workforce.

 

The Rotary Clubs from District 3830 mobilized more than 30 employers from various parts of Metro Manila to the activity, on top of a host of companies invited by DOLE.

 

Aside from jobs, the special event will also provide skills and livelihood opportunities. While DOLE conducts skills profiling of participants, the Department of Trade and Industry and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority will provide livelihood and skills training for those interested during the event. The other offices collaborating in the activity are the Public Employment Service Offices, the National Council on Disability Affairs and the city government of Quezon City.

 

All local government units in Metro Manila were invited to participate by sending qualified persons with disability from their respective communities to the job fair.

 

Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III and other labor officials, Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista, District Governor Alfredo Montecillo of Rotary International District 3830 and the Rotarians from the various Rotary clubs in the district will grace the occasion.

 

Persons with disability may pre-qualify for available positions or employers who wish to participate in the job fair may register at philjobnet.gov.ph. -- ###

 

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Higit 1k trabaho, binuksan para sa mga person with disability

 

Higit isanlibong trabaho ang binuksan sa isang eksklusibong job fair para sa mga person with disability sa Disyembre 5, Miyerkules.

 

Ang mga bakanteng trabahong ay sa industriya ng BPO, electronics, advertising, hotel, health and wellness, travel, media, logistics, manpower and security services, sales, property management, pharmaceutical, at memorial services.

 

Ang aktibidad ay pinangunahan ng Department of Labor and Employment, katuwang ang 30 Rotary Club sa District 3830, at gaganapin sa covered walk ng Quezon City Hall. Isasagawa rin ito kasunod ng pagdiriwang ng ika-85 founding anniversary ng DOLE ngayong linggo.

 

Kontribusyon rin ito ng Rotary kasabay ng paggunita sa International Day for Persons with Disability, at bahagi ng awareness campaign ng pamahalaan upang mahikayat ang mga employer sa pribadong sektor na maglaan ng isang porsiyento ng kanilang workforce para sa mga person with disability.

 

Nagtatakda ang Republic Act 10524 sa mga ahensya ng pamahalaan na tumanggap ng mga person with disability na may kabuuang isang porsiyento ng kanilang mga empleyado, kasabay na rin ng pagbibigay ng  pagganyak sa mga pribadong kumpanya na nag-eempleyo ng higit sa 100 manggagawa na disadvantage persons sa kanilang hanay.

 

Humikayat naman ang mga Rotary Club mula sa District 3830 ng higit sa 30 employer mula sa iba’t ibang bahagi ng Metro Manila para sa nasabing aktibidad liban pa sa mga inimbitang employer ng DOLE.

 

Maliban sa mga trabahong iniaalok, ang aktibidad rin ay nakatakdang magsagawa ng mga skills at livelihood opportunity. Habang ang DOLE ay magsasagawa ng skills profiling sa mga lalahok, ang Department of Trade and Industry at ang Technical Education and Skills Development Authority naman ay magsasagawa ng livelihood and skills training para sa mga nagnanais lumahok sa aktibidad. Kasama rin sa naturang aktibidad ang Public Employment Service Office, ang National Council on Disability Affairs at ang city government ng Quezon City.

 

Lahat ng local government units sa Metro Manila ay inimbitahan rin na lumahok sa job fair sa pamamagitan ng pagpapadala ng kanilang mga napiling persons with disability mula sa kanilang mga komunidad.

 

Magkakasamang dadalo sa nasabing job fair sina Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III at iba pang opisyal ng kagawaran, si Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista, District Governor Alfredo Montecillo ng Rotary International District 3830 at mga Rotarians mula sa iba’t ibang Rotary club ng distrito.

 

Ang mga Persons with disability ay maaaring mag-pre-qualify para sa mga bakanteng posisyon at ang mga nagnanais na lumahok na employer sa job fair ay hinihikayat na magparehistro sa philjobnet.gov.ph

 

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