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Olimpio Marlou Moleta
Fri, 26 Oct 2018 13:02 EDT
Shielded Metal Arc Welding NC II/ Labour/Machine Operator
Hello im Olimpio Marlou Moleta from now im working here in Riyadh Saudi Arabia as a Machine Operator in Arabian pipes Company iwant to apply in any vacant position I hope you can help me to work in new zealand soon because I have one son and one daughter goto college..thanks this is my e-mail mmoleta5280@gmail.com
Maria teresa aguas hermogenes
Fri, 12 Oct 2018 18:49 EDT
Nanny /helper
Good morning ...i would like to work in new zealand to help my kids ...looking for employer to trust me taking care there kids and housework ...sick person hope someone help me if gods will
Alexander Bautista pamposa
Fri, 9 Feb 2018 08:20 EST
Hi want too work farmer
I would like to greetings a very nice day too all employees new Zealand embassy I want too work someday new Zealand but iam thinking very difficult how too enter your country because the Visa is very istricted hi believe everything nothing imposible iam Interested working Farmer because 3months experience Farmer south Korea.
Romer field. Casin
Sat, 30 Sep 2017 06:17 EDT
Searching. For job us diamond. Setter in jewelry
am 38 year old, i formerly ofw from. Riyadh us skill worker, diamond. Stonesetter, i had bad experience in agency cause i fail in that matter. Of ssss number thru employer, but i have self number already, iwant to us if because of employer sss number. Im not qualify for the opportunity. To work in newZealand, 21 years of my experience in that skill us up now, im so depressed on that
Carlo Oroceo
Mon, 19 Dec 2016 14:14 EST
Application for Shielded Metal Arc Welder
Dear Sir:
I am looking for oppurtunity to work at New Zealand as ARC welder I have National Certification coming from Tesda I have been a welder for almost 8 years. the problem I encounter with the agencies I have applied is the absence of my SSS, Actually I have my certifications first when I was working as a voluntere worker in our church where I become a Pastor, eventually I work with the barangay and city government as electrician and welder, they do not have SSS for contractors or on call like me. But if you will have me tested in the field of Electricity and ARC Welding I can assure you of the guaranteed work that you are looking for.
I have 6 children and i am from Leyte before we stayed in Bulacan Typhoon Yolanda pushes us away from our place and find a more safe place in Bulacan.

i am willing to undergo a practical test for ARC Welding and Electrical Installation.

Thank you.

Carlo oroceo
applicant


oroceocarlopaulino@gmail.com
Nestor O.Calinog
Fri, 2 Dec 2016 17:39 EST
Finding job in N.Zealand
How can I find a job in New Zealand
Jomer
Thu, 11 Aug 2016 08:52 EDT
Application for jobs and migration
May I know how to apply work in new Zealand?
reystagud@yahoo.com
Wed, 20 Jul 2016 02:59 EDT
Hello good day, I am 51 years of age. am working here in UAE abudahbi in airline industry, I would like to inquire about migration nominee. I am more than 20 years in aviation industry working.
lany famero
Thu, 7 Jul 2016 01:06 EDT
migrate
i read a post about kaitangan, New Zealand...
can you have any suggestion or advice about the matter because we (my husband and I) are really interested in moving in
Adelina
Tue, 5 Jul 2016 10:35 EDT
student zisa inquiry
I attended an orientation about entering NZ. they offer us student visa and telling me it take only 2 weeks for processing..is it true sir/madam? and how much will it cost me to process student visa? how about the tuition fee, do i need to pay it fully paid? and how many days a week to attend the class?
thank u very much...

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