Written by Crispin Aranda
Posted on August 14, 2016 |
Employers and headhunters in Germany are going to areas with high unemployment rates looking for welders, fitters and other tradespersons. Porsche on the other hand needs engineers to outrun the competition
Does EU Want You?
If you’re welders, Germany desperately needs your skills. If you’re an engineer, Porsche wants you in the fast lane to start their engines. Knowing what skills and occupations are in demand in Germany and Europe is easy.
Getting there to work is the hard part.
You must have an employer willing and able to pay for your recruitment and placement costs through licensed recruitment agencies. You may also be hired directly, as long as the employer in Germany or Europe complies with the accreditation requirements of the Labor Department through its POLO offices in the country where the business or employer is located.
Click here for the contact info for the specific Philippine Overseas Labor Office that has jurisdiction over the employer’s place of business. - http://www.dole.gov.ph/pages/view/24
Name hires or direct hiring. The procedures and requirements are available by clicking this link - http://poea.gov.ph/arta_iso/Namehire.pdf
At time of writing, there are no job orders for welders from POEA licensed recruitment agencies, as of August 11, 2016. (see link) http://www.poea.gov.ph
Available Job Orders for Germany
POEA Website - Available Job Orders Republic of Germany as of Aug 11, 2016 11:28:28 AM are the following:
62 Qualified and Certified RNs, including Geriatric by Magsaysay Global Services, Inc. for MLI Resources, Inc; for Ocean Dynamic Corporation, the following job orders: Bootsman, 75; Decksman, 50; Leichmatrose, 90; Steurermann OP and Matroze, 141.
It is recommended that you check the listing frequently as job orders may be revised or there could be new manpower requirements from Germany or Europe – for welders, engineers and other occupations.
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