Sunday, November 22, 2009

Job Hiring in Sta.Rosa, Laguna; Cebu/Iloilo, Bacolod, Cagayan De Oro, Davao, Tacloban

Merchandising Coordinator/Project Supervisor (URGENT! Sta.Rosa, Laguna; Cebu/Iloilo, Bacolod, Cagayan De Oro, Davao, Tacloban, Zamboanga City, Legaspi City and Batangas)
Preferably Male
21-35 years old
Graduate of Marketing/Management/ Business Administration/ Advertising/ Mass Communications course
At least 1-2 years experience in managing people (preferably with Merchandising experience)
Good track record of accomplishment from previous emloyers
Possesses good oral and written communication skills
Pleasing personality
MS application user (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)

North Luzon (Dagupan & Ilocos Norte/Sur or Cagayan)
Angeles/San Fernando, Pampanga
Sta. Rosa, Laguna
Davao City
Cagayan De Oro
Tacloban, Leyte
Zamboanga City
Legaspi City, Albay

Job Hiring in Bohol, Baguio, Quezon, Batangas, Pampanga

Sales Promoter/Promodiser (URGENT)
18-25 years old
College level/Graduate of a 2yr vocational course
At least 5'5"
With pleasing personality
With at least 6 months sales experience with appliances
Possesses good oral and written communication skills
Good comprehension skills
Very good interpersonal skills
Ability to track and document consumer feedback, activities in-store, or any other information required.

Robinsons Dumaguete - URGENT!
Tiongsan Harrison, Baguio
Ocampo's Tiongsan, Baguio
SM Baguio
SM Pampanga
SM Lipa, Batangas
SM Fairview
Western Appliance, Quezon City
ABENSON Tagbilaran, Bohol

Make Bohol Province Rabbies Free in 2010

Two and a half years after implementing a program in 2007 to make Bohol rabies free in 2010, authorities have seen very significant achievements. 

"But that is not where it ends", hints Provincial veterinarian Dr. Stella Marie Lapiz. 

"We can not claim yet that we are rabies free," underscoring that a lot of work needs to be done.  

The aim to eradicate rabies in Bohol seemed impossible especially when the province topped the national rabies watch-list in 2007, dragging the entire region with it, points Dr. Lapiz. 

Wanting to plant the tourism destination flag in the country just does not go well with the reports that a widely preventable rabies with its teeth bared lurking in the corner, reiterates a member of the multi-sectoral Bohol Rabies Prevention and Eradication Council (BRPEC), in a separate talk.  

"We have accomplished the target of vaccinating 70% of our dog population during our second round of inoculations, but we still have to see the results" Dr, Lapiz explains during the weekly The Governor Reports.  

70% of dog population vaccinated is a universally pegged safe standard, but it is not acceptable for Bohol authorities who want a full assurance that rabies has become a non-threat.  

Thanking the popular support of local governments, animal and livestock technicians and barangay livestock workers, pet owners and international funding agencies, Dr. Lapiz reported that the concerted efforts has made Bohol without a rabies case to worry to date. 

Dr. Lapiz said Bohol has tested negative despite the 49 dog head samples sent to the regional laboratories for rabies examination.  

There has never been reported human rabies too, she added despite biting incidents here. 

Over the development, the diminutive veterinarian asked people to report to the municipal monitors any case of sudden dog deaths to quickly isolate cases, if there are. 

BRPEC council appoints Municipal Agriculture Officers (MAO) as contact persons authorized to forward reports of possible rabies-related incidents. 

The MAO reports would be basis for the BRPEC to send in trained people who could properly harvest and collect dog head samples for laboratory testing. (PIA)