Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Scholarship in the Philippines: Jose Rizal University

For the past 2 years, 2GO has partnered with Jose Rizal University in training future Supply Chain professionals with the launch of its Supply Chain Management course for undergraduate students. In support of this, we have previously given scholarships to deserving students as well.

For 2010, we will once more give Supply Chain Scholarships to ten students. For those who are interested, the qualifying exam for graduating high school students will be on:
January 9, 2010 (Saturday) at the JRU Tower Lounge,
Jose Rizal College, Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong.
For inquiries, please email Professor Ernie Roy Azarcon at Roy Azarcon or you may contact him at 5318031 local 29.

2GO together with Jose Rizal University will create future Supply Chain leaders. Together we can!
Susan V. Valdez
2GO CEO & President

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Wedding Story in the Philippines

By Joe Espiritu

 In this crass and materialistic world, social mores had taken a beating. Methods in courting and trying to win a ladies heart had changed. Instead of declaring one's love after asking permission from the parents to visit, the declaration is delivered by texted message through cell phones. Love is going high tech. This of course is a cowards' way used by amateur swains. Sometimes to bolster ones courage, the chap takes a few drinks before attempting his declaration. The danger is that he might take one too many that he slurs his words. Results would be unpredictable.

 There as a quaint custom in Central Luzon, in the Tagalog regions. Maidens value their chastity so much that touching them is forbidden. A man is only allowed to touch his lady if he is intending to marry her. Once a woman is caressed, fondled or even touched in public, she has the right to demand marriage. Queer things resulted from that custom.

 We noted that our grand uncle had a beautiful wife. Her looks are still evident despite her age. We wondered how the old rogue was able to catch a beauty. He was moderately well off, tall, well built, with guts of a Nippon hetai and an unfailing sense of humor Sir Charlie Chaplin but was horribly disfigured by small pox. And she was a town beauty queen.

 The story was that he courted her, formally visiting her to declare his honorable intention. However, she refused to come out of her room despite the urging of her parents. This went after month and our grand uncle realizing the futility of his mission; decided to change tactics. Kong di makuha sa santong dasalan, kunin sa santong paspasan.

 When she was coming home from washing clothes in the stream with other girls he ambushed her while she was steadying with both hands the batya carried on her head. He embraced her. A struggle followed with laundered clothes, batya and palopalo flying in all directions. Her companions joined the fight and our hero fled but not after accomplishing his mission. Her reputation supposedly shattered, she complained to her parents and a shotgun wedding followed. We forgot who was holding the shotgun.

 Last week we were one of the sponsors to a wedding. The story behind this wedding is diametrically opposite to that of our great grand uncle.  The principals were childhood sweethearts. One, Renato, was a son of a marginal fisherman while the other, Liway, was a daughter of a calamadera. Their ways parted after graduation, each had to seek their own fortune. We thought they decided to part permanently. Their paths were not rosy; he studied to be a seaman while she went abroad after her studies. Then after more than a decade, they announced that they will marry.

 He is now a crew member of a ship plying an international route. She is now working in Alberta the province of Canada. Meantime the fisherman had retired while the calamadera is now managing a thriving business producing quality calamay well known in local and foreign markets. They and their parents had accomplished these by themselves. Needless to say, their future is well planned.

 What stood out prominently like a cockroach on a wedding cake was when Merlino, the Master of Ceremonies asked us, a confirmed cynic, to speak a few words in the reception. In the memory of his father, a dear friend and namesake, we could not refuse. The admonition given? Emulate the gabaseros. When one pulls the other pushes. We forgot to add that if there must be a fight, who ever wins cannot recover the belt before one year or longer.

Friday, December 18, 2009

Ban Aerial Spraying on Bananas in the Philippines

As you know, the farmer representatives of the Mamamayan Ayaw sa Aerial Spraying (MAAS) have been in Manila for five (5) months waging a campaign to bring to the attention of the national government and the general public the need to ban aerial spraying.  Up against MAAS is the billion dollar banana export industry led by the Pilipino Banana Growers and Exporters Association (PBGEA), which counts among its members Dole, Del Monte, Anflocor, Lapanday, Dizon, Sumifru and other multinational corporations.  Also blocking the ban is the pesticide industry led by Croplife (members include Dow Agro Chemical Science, Bayer, Syngenta, etc).

Through this time, the campaign (including the local struggles since 2005), was able to push the Department of Health (DOH), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and the Department of Agriculture (DA) to support a ban position.  This is significant since after over 30-years of practice in the Philippines, with little or no government intervention, now, the three key government agencies involved in the issue have spoken.  The ball is now in the hands of Malacanang, to issue or direct to be issued, the order banning aerial spraying.  The campaign has likewise generated broad multi-sectoral support for the issue including the church, academe, youth and other sectors.

This coming Thursday, Dec. 17, Thursday, 9:30am, there will be a very important dialogue in Malacanang with Sec. Ermita, concerned agencies, farmers and support groups and representatives of the banana industry.  Attending the dialogue on the side of the ban aerial spray position are: 2 MAAS farmer reps; Atty Christian Monsod, Bishop Rick Pabillo, Bishop Deogracias Iniguez and 2 NTFAAS partners.

The industry is expected to make a last-ditch attempt to push for mere regulations on aerial spraying.  Malacanang is expected to still find a way out in order accommodate their political allies.

We put out a paid ad in the Inquirer today to establish that the debate is finished, with the DOH, DA and DENR positions out and Malacanang has nothing to do but issue the order.  The ad would also show the broad support for the issue.  Please find attached the paid ad and please help circulate to all your contacts.

Also, please do join the MAAS farmers in the following activities:

·    Prayer Vigil to End Poison Rain with Fr. Robert Reyes

Dec. 16, Wednesday, 5:00pm, Mendiola – until morning of Dec. 17 during the Malacanang dialogue         
·    Solidarity Mass and Gathering and fold up camp, with Campaign Partners and Support Groups (potluck po J)

Dec. 17, Thursday, 4:00pm, MAAS Camp at DA, Elliptical Road

·    Send-off Mass/Prayer Session with Bishop Pabillo

Dec. 17, Thursday, 7:30pm, ASILO, UN Avenue, Manila

The farmers would go home to Mindanao morning of the 18th. 

Tatay Leon, the oldest in the group at 68 year-old, said "hindi pa tapos ang laban hanggang may eroplanong nagsasaboy ng pestisidyo".

Hoping to see you.

Let's all pray for a poison rain-free Christmas for the farmers.  Thank you.

Lia J

Executive Director
Interface Development Interventions (IDIS)

Monday, December 14, 2009

Conference at Club Filipino

"For ten (10) years, this administration with a woman president at the helm did nothing on health and women's rights issues, but "kill" programs that will help attain the country's international commitments."

In a press conference that followed a forum titled, "Strengthening Partnerships: Fostering People's Collaboration in Achieving the ICPD Programme of Action," held at Club Filipino, attended by leaders of various non-government and civil society organizations and government agencies, former Health Secretary Alberto "Quasi" Romualdez lamented the lack of programs that will help attain the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) Programme of Action.

According to Dr. Romualdez, the governments' neglect in meeting international commitments, such as the MDGs and ICPD, is very serious. He noted that if we had money to spend for health and family planning programs ten years ago, if we had implemented programs on these areas, then we should not be relying on foreign funding now."

"If only this administration has implemented programs on health, specifically family planning, then the unnecessary death of at least 30 to 40 thousand women who died due to childbirth and pregnancy related complications could have been prevented," laments Romualdez. "Maternal death over the past 10 years is six thousand times the number of deaths in Maguindanao massacre," he added.

Romualdez further emphasized the importance of the coming elections. He said, "it is very important to elect candidates in both national and local positions who are committed to resurrect these international commitments.'

"We should not allow candidates to issue motherhood statements, but we should engage them to have a written specific program of action, on how he or she will meet these international commitments once elected, so they will not be able to get away with it," Romualdez concluded.

Martial Law in the Philippines

By Bingo P. Dejaresco III

The nation seethed with rage over the brutal massacre of 57 civilians in Maguindanao by an alleged warlord family named the Ampatuans.

Yet when the Palace announced the declaration of Martial Law in Maguindanao last Saturday - presumably to short-circuit the warlord - not everybody was cheering.

The problem goes back to the "trust issue" that most Filipinos have over their president - who has decided to run as Congressman of her Pampanga district.

Though acknowledging GMA's being hostage by circumstances, many believe she will hold on to power - as a defensive move to protect her from legal perdition - once the shield of power is denied her as she vacates the throne of the presidency.

She certainly would not relish the path suffered by her predecessor Erap who was arrested and convicted for plunder and a virtual prisoner in his own Tanay rest house.

So, the analysts conjure of images of four Options GMA opened for herself.

One, is the electoral route which (unfortunately) did not jettison off the ground because the likes of popular vote-getters like VP Noli de Castro and Batangas governor Vilma Santos just refused to be stained by the "kiss of death" from MalacaƱang.

Their presidential bet Gibo Teodoro, while immensely qualified, is just too burdened by the baggage of the GMA presidency to fly off the ground - an Edu Manzano as vice president, notwithstanding. The clandestine talks between a "silent alliance" with NP stalwart Manny Villar remain within the realm of speculation - but that is not entirely impossible.

Second, GMA has filed her COC in Pampanga - and this is allegedly the groundwork, the foundation for a launch at the speakership - or the Prime Minister post at some point under a Cha-Cha scenario.

Third, create artificial state of violence in many parts of the country (like the one in Maguindanao) and issue a red flag warning for a grim No Election (NOEL) situation.

Fourth, is allow Smartmatics, the election computer company, to go haywire during the first automated elections in May 2010 and for Comelec to then thus declare a Failure of Election.

Those who oppose the ML (Martial Law) in Maguindanao are deathly afraid of scenario C, where the Ampatuan Case will be a first round of violence to escalate later into a major orgy of violence nationwide (precipitated by bad intentions).

GMA did a massive image refurbishing after the Ampatuan Massacre by merely allowing chief of staff Eduardo Ermita to announce the declaration of Martial Law and not herself as Commander-in Chief. That would somehow keep nasty rumors about her personal involvement in the creation of this new-found Proclamation 1959 and avoid putting political color to her various activities.

Then she hugged, assured the media families of the 27 media victims, rather than endorse the political enemy of the family - the victims of Mangudadatu - because pretty soon, this family will also be asked to disband - otherwise it will appear like the Palace is withdrawing support from one Warlord only to give authority to another.

Should Martial Law have been declared at all?

Brilliant lawyer-senator Miriam Santiago said there exists no rebellion and the agents of the Palace are just doing "creative constitutional construction." Therefore ML is not justified.

"No rebellion exists" says lawyer Harry Roque while former Concon delegate and Comelec chairman Christian Monsod indicated that the phrase "imminent rebellion" was excised off the 1987 Constitution - precisely to disallow its definition to be so liberally interpreted.

The explanation of the other side is very interesting.

The Generals and their Soldiers are one in fear that without the Martial Law mantel, it would have been difficult to recover the 3,000 arms and ammunition of the deadly Ampatuan family with over 2,000 armed men surrounding their area. They needed the iron-hand to collect guns, arrest people and file charges.

Now they have the Big Fish (vice mayor Andal Ampatuan Jr.), the governor in the Government Hospital - with the tightest of security and 19 other family relatives suspects for questioning.

According to the DOJ: the provincial and municipal governments were no longer functioning and the courts were becoming Phantom overnight - never to be as visibly seen by the general public.

All these proved the declared Martial Law was extreme useful, according to government apologists.

In the next 48 hours or so, Congress in joint session with the Opposition senate (18-5) ratio will vote for the approval/disapproval of the ML proclamation, as sure as the crow being black, the Proclamation 1959 will be supported because the gallant senators will be outvoted in the extreme since both houses will vote as "one".

This is the first time Martial Law has been declared in a limited way after the strongman rule of Ferdinand Marcos.

We had seen the excesses of Martial Law - shattered economy, no global credit, crony capitalism, human rights violations, plus real and institutionalized violence. We still stand four-square against any repeat of the same.

Perhaps the extra ordinary situation in Maguindanao justified, in the minds of government, extra ordinary means like Martial Law. It is also one of the powers of the president under the law but subject to congressional confirmation.

We have always fought against the idea of fighting fire with fire.

There is always the danger, that men being what they are, they will violate human rights in the hallowed name of giving justice to the hapless victims. And we affirm that we do not right a wrong by committing another wrong.

So with the cache of arms already collected and 19 of the Ampatuan family members in custody for questioning, we feel the backbone of the "rebellion" has been de facto quelled.

We say, lift Martial Law immediately and let Democracy take over.

If the Military cannot crush the Ampatuans using the methods of democracy in two weeks, it cannot deserve to be its qualified defender.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Wanted Business Development Consultants in the Philippines

The International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group, promotes sustainable private sector investment in developing countries as a way to reduce poverty and improve people's lives.

IFC has been active in the Philippines for more than 40 years and established an office in Manila in 1977. To complement its growing investments, IFC is expanding its advisory services to include public-private partnerships and private sector development. IFC is focusing on Mindanao and opened an office in Davao City in 2006. As part of its advisory services, IFC with support from the Governments of Australia and Canada, established a multilateral program to support the development of small and medium enterprises.

To further its Advisory Services work, IFC is seeking Expressions of Interest from Business Development Consultants (Individuals and Firms) with agribusiness sector expertise.

Background:  The IFC Advisory Services Philippines has implemented a pilot project on sustainable agriculture to improve and facilitate the integration of smallholder banana growers (or 'outgrowers') into a high value agribusiness chain in Davao City and Davao del Norte. The aim of the project was to help these outgrowers comply with Rainforest Alliance (RA) certification standards and acquire business management skills to enable them to access the premium Japan market. The expected result was that the outgrowers would increase their net incomes and improve their social and environmental performance.

Three outgrower farms located in Calinan, Davao and in Asuncion, Davao Del Norte successfully gained RA certification during the pilot phase of the project in year 1. After achieving certification we now wish to measure the impact of RA certification on these farms.

Scope of work: The services of a consultant are required to identify the impact of certification, identify the costs and benefits in terms of cost and operational efficiencies, classify and quantify other qualitative benefits and where possible, attribute a value. The objective is also to determine whether there is a final net benefit enjoyed by outgrowers as a result of RA certification. The period of engagement will be up to 100 days between December 2009 and June 2010.

Specifically, the independent Business Development Consultant or Consulting Firm shall  undertake the following: (1) Conduct extensive desk research to establish the data available on smallholder certification worldwide; (2)  Develop a framework and a design for measuring the impact, the costs and benefits derived by the three farms from RA certification; (3) Work with the 3 outgrower farms to review their entire operation and establish where RA might have impacted the operation; (4) Liaise with the representatives of the partner banana exporter and collate their experiences and any information they might have collected; and (5) Prepare the necessary progress and end of assignment reports.

Specific qualifications of the Business Development Consultant are as follows:

·       Graduate or masters qualification in agribusiness, agricultural economics, social development, small business development, or similar.

·       Demonstrated experience/knowledge of the agribusiness sector, with particular reference to the banana sector together with good operational and financial analysis skills.

·       Strong understanding of International Standards in Agriculture.

·       Knowledge/experience of banana growing operations is essential or demonstrated experience of having conducted similar assignments on banana operations in the past.

·       Strong interpersonal skills with a high level of computer, written and oral presentation skills in English.

·       English and Cebuano fluency.

·       A willingness to travel within Mindanao.

·       An ability to work in a team environment and deliver high quality output to tight deadlines.

The deliverables include: (a) Framework, Design, and work schedule for the assignment; and, (b) monthly progress reports, briefings and final report as required by IFC.

Interested applicants may submit Expressions of Interest along with proof of expertise and email these to not later than close of business on December 21, 2009. For corporate information, please visit IFC.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Olgie Alcasid Says No to Philippine Politics

Ogie Alcasid is glad about the success of the "Kaya Natin Ito" concert which lasted for seven and a half hours non-stop.

"Gawad Kalinga and OPM have forged a partnership to help storm victims," he says. "It touched my heart to see the performers give their time, wealth and talent so unselfishly."

Since he's giving his all to show his love of country, doesn't he plan to take it to the next level and run for public office? "Never in my wildest dreams," he quips. "I don't know anything about politics. I believe what is more important is to really value the true ideals of patriotism. It may be difficult under the current circumstances but it's the best time to show it."

If there's anything Ogie is good at showing, it's his unconditional support for his ex Michelle Van Eimerren and her new hubby Mark. He gave them an iMac as a wedding gift. Ogie and GF Regine's presence at Michelle and Mark's wedding was the best present of all.

Saturday, December 5, 2009

Press Release in Metro Manila Newspapers Overstated?

By Jose Carillo
Even if you aren't very finicky with your English, you probably would find many of the press releases that see print in the major Metro Manila newspapers fluffy and overstated. Indeed, the major newspapers seem to have developed such a high tolerance for press releases that they hardly copyedit the material anymore for exaggerated or unsubstantiated claims, much less for wordiness, syntax, or style. And what used to be sacrosanct space for the paper's staple news and features now looks like free country for press releases—even if the material makes overblown claims and seriously runs roughshod over English grammar and usage.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Job in Philippine ESL Teacher Volunteer

Be a volunteer ESL teacher for three (3) months and get free TESOL Diploma from London Teacher Training Center.

At least 3rd year college level
Teaching experience is not required but a plus
Not more than 55 years old

Resume with 2x2 photo and application letter (Submit personally)

Deadline of application: December 11, 2009
Training Date: Starts on December 14, 2009
Contact: Hosanna Christian Language Academy

Philippines Job Fair Call Center Hiring

Call Center Agent with Outbound Experienced: Philippines Job Fair Call Center Hiring

If you have experience in the Call Center Industry, then we would love to talk to you. .
Position: Outbound Agent
Location: Home Based
Salary: 16,000 (Guaranteed Salary)

1. Experience in Call Center Industry
2. Very Good English
3. Home Computer, Headset and High Speed Internet

Important: We are not looking for people that want a one month job they can sit back and pretend to be working. We are looking for agents that want a FULL time job, want to work hard, and want to really put "integrity" into their work. We have noticed a lot of scammers out there that pretend to want jobs but really are trying to do recruiting for their poorly managed home call center, while pretending to be the person on the account. We are not looking for that either. We want an agent who HAS experience, is HONEST and has GOOD ENGLISH.

1. You do not have a headset
2. If you run your own little call center from your home or have your own agents (If you pretend to want a job but want to subcontract it out, then you are a liar and we do not want to work with you. It also means you are very desperate and can't find your own clients because you lack the professionalism to have to apply for another job in order to get clients. So we certainly to not want to work with you if that is the case.)
3. If you do not have a headset. Please do not contact us without a headset, the job requirement says headset, so a speaker on your computer WILL NOT WORK. We can always tell.
4. If you do not have call center experience.
5. If you only send a resume without sending us an "email" as well. Getting resumes without emails is very unprofessional and we want people with professionalism.
6. If you have not read this ENTIRE email.

We offers some of the most stable jobs in the industry for people that want GOOD paying jobs and want to work hard. The agents that have found work through us ALWAYS get paid and they as long as they work hard, there is usually a commission component on top of the Salary. 

Gay Marriage for Gay Couples Rejected in New York

Lawmakers in New York state have rejected a bill that would have granted marriage rights to gay couples.

The state's senate voted against the legislation by 38 votes to 24. Several Democrats opposed the measure.

The bill legalising same-sex marriage had earlier passed easily in the heavily Democratic state assembly.

Gay rights activists had hoped New York would join Connecticut, Massachusetts, Iowa, New Hampshire and Vermont in legalising gay unions.

Gay marriage is a controversial issue in the US, where many states have statutes banning same-sex unions.

Voters in Maine repealed their state law legalising gay marriage only last month. And last year, Californians also overturned an earlier decision by the state's Supreme Court to allow gay couples to wed. 

Philippines Job Vacancy Part time Online English Teacher

Philippines Job Vacancy Part time Online English Teacher
Hello Speak is a start up, China-based English school offering online language instruction to Chinese students.

...and we are looking for good communicators in English who have a knack, experience and passion for teaching the language.

Do you have fast and stable internet connection, a Skype ID, good working PC, headset and webcam?

Teach online from your home. Grow with us!

Date: 2 December 2009
City/Town: All over the country
Location: Nationwide
Wage/Salary: Commensurate to ability
Start: Immediately
Duration: Long term, Short term
Type: Part Time

Philippines Job Vacancy Part time Online English Teacher

Philippines Job Opening HR Manager in Davao City

HR Manager (Davao-based), Philippines Job Opening HR Manager in Davao City
Preferably male, willing to be based in Davao. Purely personnel management/administration; union handling; with extensive background in hr functions. minimum 8 years work experience.
Date: 27 November 2009
City/Town: Davao
Location: Davao
Wage/Salary: open
Start: open
Duration: open
Type: Full Time
Company: George Garrett Guilford and Associates

Philippine Job Sites Engineering/Maintenance Manager

Engineering/Maintenance Manager (Davao-based): Philippine Job Sites Engineering/Maintenance Manager
Male. To be based in Davao. Preferably Mechanical Engineer or any related field. Must have experience with food manufacturing plants using boilers; min 30 years old. Davao-based.
Date: 27 November 2009
City/Town: Davao
Location: Davao
Wage/Salary: Open
Start: Open
Duration: Open
Type: Full Time

Philippines Job English Teacher, English Tutor

English Teachers / Tutors - Philippines Job English Teacher, English Tutor
Must speak English fluently, work at home, need to have a computer with headset, webcam and broadband connection. Teaching or tutoring experence is preferable.
Date: 27 November 2009
City/Town: Nationwide
Location: Nationwide
Wage/Salary: 130/hour or negotiable
Start: asap
Duration: long term
Type: Part Time, Home Based
How to apply: Send details or resume by email
Company: Efficient Tuition Language School
Contact: Crace

Philippines Jobs Marketing Officer Vacancy

Marketing Services Officer / PA to the President
Graduate of Marketing or Business-Related Course and with good scholastic records
Female, between 22-28 years old, with pleasing personality
Smart, displays a lot of initiative and able to handle pressure
Excellent in English communications (oral and written)and interpersonal skills
Computer literate
Date: 27 November 2009
City/Town: Davao City
Location: Davao
Wage/Salary: negotiable
Start: immediately
Duration: permanent
Type: Full Time
How to apply: send resume by email
Company: Uraya Land Development, Inc.
Contact: Ghia/Loui

Philippine Job Search Accounting Head

Accounting Head - Butuan City, Philippine Job Search Accounting Head

Graduate of BS Accountancy; CPA required
With at least five years relevant work experience, preferably in a supervisory/managerial level
Working knowledge on financial accounting systems to include preparation and analysis of financial statements and other necessary reports, general ledger reconciliation etc.
With strong interpersonal, supervisory and customer service skills
With excellent oral and written communication skills
Proficient in computerized accounting and Microsoft office programs
Date: 27 November 2009
City/Town: Davao City
Location: Davao
Wage/Salary: negotiable
Start: immediately
Duration: permanent
Type: Full Time
How to apply: send resume by email
Company: Uraya Land Development, Inc.
Contact: Ghia/Loui

Philippine Jobs Account Staff Vacancy

Accounting Staff - Butuan City
Accounting Graduate
With at least two years relevant work experience and extensive training in general accounting & bookkeeping
Excellent administrative and clerical skills
Proficient in both oral and written communications
Computer literate, organized and has proven ability to multi-task
Date: 27 November 2009
City/Town: Davao City
Location: Davao
Wage/Salary: negotiable
Start: immediately
Duration: permanent
Type: Full Time
How to apply: Send resume' by email
Company: Uraya Land Development, Inc.
Contact: Ghia/Loui

Philippine Job Coffee Shop Cashier

Cashier-Clubhouse/Coffee Shop
College graduate of any business course, preferably in Accountancy 
With at least 3 years working experience as Cashier in similar industry
Previous work experience in a coffee shop/high-end restaurant, an advantage
Computer literate
Willing to work in Catigan, Toril (with free daily transportation allowance)
Date: 27 November 2009
City/Town: Davao City
Location: Davao
Wage/Salary: Negotiable
Start: Immediately
Duration: Permanent
Type: Full Time
How to apply: Please send resume' by email
Company: Uraya Land Development, Inc.
Contact: Ghia/Loui

Pinoy Job Hiring Installation Technician

- Diploma. 8 years min. work of experience.
- Fully familiar with troubleshooting , adjustments, calibration and maintenance of modern cement plant machiner, and with the process functions in cement mills, raw mills and kiln sections and also stacker, reclaimer and ship unloader machines.

You may visit us at our office:

POEA License No: 065-LB-052209-UL
3400 Hen. Lim St. Cor Rodriguez St. Brgy, Bangkal,
Makati City, Philippines
Tel. no.: 3854571

Please bring the following requirements or may send through email:
1. Resume with detailed job description
2. 2x2 picture
3. Employment certificates
4. Trainings & seminars certificates
5. School credentials
6. other supporting documents