About 300 Filipinos are needed in Kuwait to work as catering staff

About 300 Filipinos are needed in Kuwait to work as catering staff at the Kuwait Oil Company.

“We are proud to come to the Philippines to hire Filipino staff, including head chefs, chefs, pastry chefs, cleaning supervisors, waiters and waitresses, and cooks… looking forward to see you there,” said Shereef Nabil, senior resourcing specialist at the Al Wazzan Catering Company.

The company is also looking to hire for other positions, including location manager, pastry cooks, restaurant supervisors, QHSE Officer, order delivery staff, order taker, juice maker, kitchen coordinator, head chefs, head cooks and cooks.

“Talagang ito ay napakalaking opportunity para sa ating mga kababayan, lalo na
‘yong mga naghahanap ng trabaho at napakaganda po ng kumpanya pong papasukan nila, itong Kuwait Oil Company, isa po ito sa top companies dito sa Kuwait,” Philippine Labor Attache to Kuwait Atty. Cesar Chavez Jr. said.

Waiters and waitresses are expected to have a salary in the range of P18,500 to P38,500. Kitchen coordinators are expected to get P21,100, while cooks may get a salary of up to P38,500. A pastry chef is expected to get P115,500, while a QHSE supervisor will have a salary of P85,000.

Aside from the good salary package, catering staff will also get free food, free accommodation and free transportation — all tax-free.

The Kuwait recruitment team will be in Manila for the interview and practical examination of applicants from November 3 to 6, 2015.

“Sa ating mga kababayan na mag-apply dito sa Al Wazzan, ito po ay verified ng ating opisina na talagang maayos na kumpanya,” said Chavez.

To all those who want to apply, they may go to ADM International Manpower Services, 3rd Floor, Reliance Center, #99 E. Rodriguez Avenue, Ugong, Pasig City, or they may call these numbers for details: (+632) 6723896 or (+63) 9163755207.


Via ABS-CBN News


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