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Taiwan Hiring: Forklift Operator under Japan Maruko | Apply online


NOW HIRING FORKLIFT OPERATOR!!!

QUALIFICATION
*25-30 YEARS OLD / MALE
*170 CM ABOVE IN HEIGHT
*FIRST TIME TO WORK IN TAIWAN
*MARRIED
*LICENSED FORKLIFT OPERATOR
*WITH PASSPORT AND SSS UMID
QUALIFIED applicants may send your resume at
japanmaruko2020@gmail.com

IF NOT QUALIFIED AND WITHOUT PASSPORT AND UMID NO NEED TO SEND APPLICATION.

 ANNOUNCEMENT:

NEW NORMAL PROCESS
-No Appointment, No Entry
-Strictly No Walk in Applicants

Reminders:
Kindly follow the preferred format in submitting your online application.
Kindly put the following as SUBJECT :

*NEW APPLICANT: APPLICANT (resume)

*REHIRE WORKER: REHIRE (name / company /contact no.)

*TO WITHDRAW DOCUMENT: WITHDRAWAL OF DOCS
(stub no./ name/ contact no.)


For new applicants you may also send the following links

Agency: JAPAN MARUKO INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
POEA-028-LB-021215-R
14th FLR. DE LEON CENTER BLDG.1151 M.H DEL PILAR ST. COR. NUESTRA SRA. DE GUIA ST. ERMITA MANILA

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT NO: 0917-8081060 / 0998-5947863
FOR MANPOWER POOLING ONLY- NO FEE'S TO BE COLLECTED

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