Chesham Recruitment Inc. is a land based recruitment agency duly licensed by the (POEA) Philippine Overseas Employment Administration and Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Specializing in the career placement of Filipino professionals and skilled workers for overseas employment.
Chesham Recruitment Inc. operates to the guest international standards, in terms or clarity or communications with clients and candidates, effective screening, selection and processing of candidates and integrity. Their senior staff have extensive experience in the recruitment industry and personal overseas management experience in various business sectors. Their take extra care in preparing and orientating candidates for their new assignment, especially in relation to the customs, traditions and sensitivities of their new location. Irrespective of global location, their International Director communicates personally, in great detail, with each client, to ensure that they are accurately representing the specific needs of the client and the specific working and living conditions relating to each particular vacancy. This ensures a clear understanding between employer and employee, on all aspects of their proposed relationship.
By the historical periods of the Pharaohs in Egypt, the Vedic Kings in India, the Tribes of Israel, and the Maya civilization in North America, among other ancient populations, precious metals began to have value attached to them. In some cases rules for ownership, distribution, and trade were created, enforced, and agreed upon by the respective peoples. By the above periods metalworkers were very skilled at creating objects of adornment, religious artifacts, and trade instruments of precious metals (non-ferrous), as well as weaponry usually of ferrous metals and/or alloys. These skills were well executed. The techniques were practiced by artisans, blacksmiths, atharvavedic practitioners, alchemists, and other categories of metalworkers around the globe. For example, the granulation technique was employed by numerous ancient cultures before the historic record shows people traveled to far regions to share this process. Metalsmiths today still use this and many other ancient techniques.
As time progressed, metal objects became more common, and ever more complex. The need to further acquire and work metals grew in importance. Skills related to extracting metal ores from the earth began to evolve, and metalsmiths became more knowledgeable. Metalsmiths became important members of society. Fates and economies of entire civilizations were greatly affected by the availability of metals and metalsmiths. The metalworker depends on the extraction of precious metals to make jewelry, build more efficient electronics, and for industrial and technological applications from construction to shipping containers to rail, and air transport. Without metals, goods and services would cease to move around the globe on the scale we know today.
Metalworking is the process of shaping and reshaping metals to create useful objects, parts, assemblies, and large scale structures. As a term it covers a wide and diverse range of processes, skills, and tools for producing objects on every scale: from huge ships, buildings, and bridges down to precise engine parts and delicate jewelry.
The historical roots of metalworking predate recorded history; its use spans cultures, civilizations and millennia. It has evolved from shaping soft, native metals like gold with simple hand tools, through the smelting of ores and hot forging of harder metals like iron, up to highly technical modern processes such as machining and welding. It has been used as an industry, a driver of trade, individual hobbies, and in the creation of art; it can be regarded as both a science and a craft.
Modern metalworking processes, though diverse and specialized, can be categorized into one of three broad areas known as forming, cutting, or joining processes. Modern metalworking workshops, typically known as machine shops, hold a wide variety of specialized or general-use machine tools capable of creating highly precise, useful products. Many simpler metalworking techniques, such as blacksmithing, are no longer economically competitive on a large scale in developed countries; some of them are still in use in less developed countries, for artisanal or hobby work, or for historical reenactment.
Hiring Metal Workers in Australia
- Vacancies: 10
- Salary per year: AUD 53,000.00 -60,000.00 (Php 1,998,339 – 2,262,270)
- Salary per month: Php 166,528 – 188,522
- Deadline: Not Indicated
- ROOF TILERS AND LANDSCAPE GARDENERS MUST POSSESS A NON-PROFESSIONAL DRIVER’S LICENSE FOR A CAR
- APPLICANTS MUST CLEARLY DESCRIBE THEIR EXPERIENCE AS SET OUT IN THE JOB SPECIFICATION FOR EACH POSITION ON CHESHAMS WEBSITE – www.cheshamrecruitment.com.ph
- APPLICANTS CANNOT PROPERLY APPLY UNLESS THEY HAVE FIRSTLY READ THE CLEAR JOB SPECIFICATION ON CHESHAM’S WEBSITE – www.cheshamrecruitment.com.ph
- A minimum of 3 year(s) of working experience is required.
- Candidates must be at least a high school graduate
- RELEVANT TRADE TEST OR TRADE QUALIFICATION HIGHLY DESIREABLE
Principal / Employer: DIZON & ASSOCIATES INTERNATIONAL / VARIOUS
Principal / Employer Address: 12, CLARK STREET, SUNSHINE, MELBOURNE, VICTORIA 3020
Placement Fee: This job has no placement fee.
For manpower pooling only. No fees in any form and/or purpose will be collected from the applicants. Beware of illegal recruiters and human traffickers.
How to Apply:
For interested applicants please click the link to apply: https://www.workabroad.ph/candidate/job/3162913 and be sure to upload your updated CV or resume.
For further information, you may contact the recruitment agency at telephone number 750-0640; 750-0641;750-0642 0or submit your application via email so the recruiter can contact you for further instructions. Walk in applicants can also visit the agency to submit their CV for immediate screening. The office of Chesham Recruitment Inc. is located at Suite 219, The Pensinula Court, Makati Avenue, Corner Paseo De Roxas, Makati City 1226, Metro Manila, Philippines.
Source: Work Abroad PH