Due to an overwhelming amount of response and inquiries from our article “Manpower Pooling for Korea Ends May 14”, we have decided to put up the official advisory from POEA. This is in line with the Philippines’ involvement in the EPS (Employment Permit System) of Korea under a government-to-government hiring arrangement.
POEA IS CONDUCTING THE REGISTRATION FREE OF CHARGE
The general public is warned against the use of unauthorized application forms. POEA shall only accept APPLICATION FORMS duly marked by POEA for registration purposes.
Only the following positions shall be considered for registration:
·Machine Operators in electronics and garments factory
·Experienced Workers in Four of Five Star hotels or luxury vessels
Registration is ongoing at POEA up to May 14 for interested applicants.
Requirements for the said registration are the following:
·Photocopy of valid NBI clearance;
·Photocopy of valid passport and/or NSO authenticated birth certificate (applicants should not be over 40 years old by August 2004)
·Photocopy of high school and/or college diploma
·1 piece colored 2 X 2 picture
Registration shall also be conducted by the POEA Regional Centers in Cebu City, Davao City and San Fernando, La Union and Extension Units in Baguio City, San Fernando, Pampanga, Calamba, Legaspi City, Bacolod City, Iloilo City, Tacloban City, Zamboanga City, and Cagayan de Oro City
LAST DAY OF FILING OF APPLICATION SHALL BE ON 14 MAY 2004.
All applications shall be placed in designated drop boxes in the POEA lobby. All registered applicants shall be notified of the schedule of examination, interview and other documentary requirements for the SHPK thru tri-media and other means. Registered applicants may also regularly check the POEA website, www.poea.gov.ph for schedules and other updates relative to the SHPK.
The actual interview and selection by Korean employers including the minimum terms and conditions of employment shall be announced thru the tri-media, POEA website and other available means.
For more info, visit the website, www.poea.gov.ph or call them at their 24 hour hotlines at 722-1144 or at 722-1155.