If you are are looking for a trusted and dependable agency to process your dream of working in Taiwan, then, Jedegal must be the one that fits your aspiration.
In Jedegal, your work aspiration has a 99% chance of coming true as the agency has started its operation on October 27, 1999 and after twenty years of working, it has grown into a big organization which is currently located at Quezon City.
It is lead by President Jessie L. Galapia and Vice president Dina P. Galapia, that if added, they already had more than 30 years experience in the recruitment business.
This made Jedegal’s sterling performance and steered the company and become one of the Philippines’ Top Performing Agencies based on the volume of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) deployed overseas such as in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait and United Kingdom.
So, no worries, because the agency ensures that their prospective applicants are highly skilled, and can be world-class professionals for different industries including healthcare, finance, service oriented businesses, engineering and information technology, among others.
Also, it is strictly following the Philippine law, since it provides legal and decent jobs to Filipinos with license and certifications from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) under Certificate No. A199900301 and thereafter, with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) and issued License No. POEA-171-LB-092019-R, now a proud holder of a Certificate of Renewal under License No. POEA-171-LB-092019-R, , valid from October 28, 2019 until October 27, 2023.
- Taiwan is hiring English Teachers and Teaching Assistants under Taiwan Foreign English Teacher Program (TFETP)
So, what are you waiting for? Apply now! Secure your slots and be one of the 60 Factory Workers to be deployed! Applications will be accepted until April 30, 2023.
What are the job descriptions?
Before you apply, make sure that you can use machinery or perform manual tasks as part of the line, operates equipment in a factory, maintain machines and inspect and pack final products.
What are the qualifications?
In order to be considered in the position, one must have at least vocational diploma/ short course certificate, with a minimum of 1 year working experience but without experience can also apply, and must be 20 to 30 years old. Both male with a height of 165 cm and above and female with a height of 153 cm and above are encouraged to apply.
- CHED Scholarship Program for Future Statisticians (Estatistikolar) A.Y 2023-2024 is now accepting applications
What is the monthly basic salary?
Hired applicants will receive a basic monthly salary of NT$ 26400 (Php 47.856).
What are the necessary documentary requirements?
As stated by Jedegal’s website, interested applicants must prepare their passport (valid for 2 years), NBI clearance (6 months validity/ multi-purpose clearance), picture (2×2 white background), birth certificate (from local civil registrar), marriage certificate (from local civil registrar), diploma with transcript of records, voter’s ID or certificate with receipt from Comelec Intramuros, unified ID (multi-purpose ID), if no UMID please apply to your to your nearest SSS Branch, PEOS Certificate https://peos.dmw.gov.ph/, E-Registration Services (https://onlineservices.dmw.gov.ph//OnlineServices/POEAOnline.aspx) and vaccine card.
How to apply?
All interested applicants must send their curriculum vitae (CV) and scanned copy of their documents to Jedegal’s email [email protected] and apply to their website https://www.jedegal.com.ph/apply-custom.php.
P.S.: The Jedegal’s office is located at Ground floor & 2nd floor Accent Tower, Building 33 Shorthorn St. Project 8 Quezon City. You may call them at (632) 8352-2192; (632) 8352-2193, Fax: (632) 8352-0029, or click here to visit their facebook page facebook.com/jedegalofficialpage/.
NOTE: Our page will never collect any FEES in any FORMS. We are not a recruitment agency but an announcement page. We advise everyone to be vigilant and never to trust your hard-earned money to those people commenting in our posts. Don’t click their links! Thank you!