Cebu City Charter Day

DOLE-7: Over 1K jobs available in online job fair

By: Doris C. Bongcac - Editor/CDN Digital | February 24,2021 - 08:15 AM

MANDAUE CITY, Cebu – Looking for a job?

Join the online job fair organized by the Department of Labor and Employment in Central Visayas (DOLE-7) in coordination with the Public Service Employment Office (PESO) during Cebu City’s Charter Day celebration this Wednesday, February 24, 2021.

More than 1, 000 job vacancies will have to be filled during the first online job fair organized using DOLE’s virtual Trabaho, Negosyo at Kabuhayan (TNK) Job Fair System, DOLE-7 said in an advisory.

“This is actually the formal launching and test run of our virtual Job Fair System at the PESO level. We have been challenging the PESOs really to explore conducting the online Job Fair at their respective LGUs being one of the norms now as we have embarked on the so-called “new normal,” said DOLE-7 Regional Director Salome Siaton.

A total of six local employers including those from Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry are joining the online job fair.

Jobseekers are advised to visit www.dole7tnk.com to register.

“There are so many things that we have to unlearn to pave the way for new learning. Learning the new way to apply for a job these days is very vital since the DOLE and the PESOs are now strengthening the use of technology in the delivery of the Employment Facilitation Program through having the conduct of virtual job fairs a regular activity,” Siaton said.

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DOLE-7  first introduced its virtual TNK system in December 2020 while the PESO office in Cebu City is the first government employment office to adopt the system.

“We also enjoin all jobseekers to register now and visit www.dole7tnk.com as the virtual Job Fair is only good for one day. So, on Wednesday, the DOLE and PESO Cebu City will join in the celebration of the Cebu City Charter Day, by bringing job opportunities closer to them whereby they can apply for jobs within the confines and safety of their homes,” Siaton said.

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