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Through M and M Placement International, Inc., HBK Contracting Co., WLL is hiring for male mobile crane operators with GCC license, with a minimum work experience of 5 years. Applicants must be 25 to 45 years old.
Tentative employer’s interview will be on September 20 from 9:00 in the morning at M and M’s office.
To contact the agency and to view other job vacancies, hit the agency’s name.
50 crane operators are needed by the leading contracting company in Saudi Arabia. To qualify, applicants must be male whose ages are between 23 to 45 years old.
To apply, prepare the following documents:
Certificate of Employment, if applicable
Interested applicants may click the job title to send their resume online, or walk in at AIC Burgundy Empire Tower, 6th Floor Unit 601, ADB Ave. corner Garnet Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City and look for Mr. Lenard.
Marami sa mga applicants for overseas jobs ay nakakaranas na maghintay ng issuance of working visa for a month or so. At hindi maikakaila na kasama sa dilemma ng paghihintay ay ang takot na ma-deny ang kanilang application o mapaso ang validity ng ilang dokumento tulad ng medical result.
Sa ganitong pagkakataon, ano nga ba ang mabuting gawin?
This is what OFWGuideForum.com guru Joshua_sx1 suggests:
“The normal processing (of visa application), from the time of job offer acceptance to departure, should not exceed 3 months. Matagal na ang 3 months para dito. At kung more than 3 months na, siguradong somewhere, somehow or someone has a problem.
Kung nai-submit mo na lahat ng kailangan at requirements from your side, you can eliminate yourself as the cause of delay which narrows the causes to two reasons: either the agency or the employer itself. This is the fact to be considered na dapat ay may backup plan tayo. dahil ibig sabihin, hindi na natin hawak ang sitwasyon at wala din tayong magagawa if worst scenario comes.
Hindi bawal o walang batas na nagbabawal sa atin na magtitingin-tingin pa ng ibang opportunity kahit sabihin pa na nagpro-process na tayo sa isang agency. At kahit saan namang application, hindi naman kinakailangan agad na ibigay natin ang ating passport, mga original, authenticated, at certified-true-copy documents. Kahit mismo ang POEA, hindi ito ina-advice dahil na nga sa wala pa naman kasiguruhan ang initial submission ng application. At that stage, lahat ng aplikante ay zero pa ang possibility na ma-hire.
Once na pumasa ka na nang exam (kung mayroon man), interview at assessment, at confirmed selected ka na thru job offer, doon pa lang natin dapat isina-submit ang ating mga original at authenticated documents. In which, if we are going back to the issue, hindi dapat maging sagabal na wala na sa atin ‘yung mga original at authenticated documents kaya hindi tayo makapag-apply sa iba, maliban na nga lang kung hindi ka nakapagtabi ng kopya.
When you limit yourself and give the your entire future to a certain agency, talagang made-depress ka lang habang naghihintay nang parang walang kasigurihan. Worst come to worst at hindi na nga natuloy ang pag-alis natin, at least, may isa pa tayong inaasahan. O kung sakali man at mas maganda ‘yung bagong opportunity nating nakita at mas sigurado tayong makakaalis, we have all the rights to withdraw our applications from the previous agency. We want also to eat 3 times a day and we also need to pay rent, electricity, bills, fares, etc. para mabuhay. The agency should realize na, like them, we are also human beings.
Again, nasa atin na po kung gusto nating i-limit ang ating opportuntity.”
Nakatulong ba ang payo ni Sir Joshua_sx1? If you are to ask about the same issue, ano ang maipapayo mo?