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Thursday, July 26, 2018

How to Apply as a Registered Nurse in Germany and Earn Up to P140,000 a Month?

This article is filed under Philippine news, nursing jobs abroad, hiring Filipino workers, Filipino workers, registered nurse, jobs near me, German language proficiency, nursing jobs abroad, and in-demand jobs.
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Filipino nurses are still in demand anywhere in the world. With big salaries and opportunities awaits, most of the nurses in the Philippines has a plan to work abroad. One of this countries is Germany. Germany is continuously hiring for Filipino nurses through Triple Win Project, a government to government employment scheme between the Philippines and Germany.  Through this program, the Philippines has established a market for Filipino registered nurses to work in public hospitals in the said country.  Just this June 2018 the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) announced that it is now accepting applications for nurses under Triple Win Project.  The following qualification and requirement may be the same for the next batch of the hiring of Filipino nurses to Germany under Tripple Win Project. Interested applicants may prepare in advance especially the language training because German language proficiency is an edge.  Qualifications: Filipino citizen and a permanent resident of the Philippines A graduate of Bachelor of Science in Nursing With Active Philippine Nursing License With at-least two-years related professional experience (bedside) in hospitals, rehabilitation centers and/or care institutions  Requirements:  Applicants must have German language proficiency or willing to undergo German language training in the Philippines to attain Level B1. According to the POEA, this is to be paid by the employer.  Must be able to attend the language class in October and November 2018; or with Bl or B2 Language Proficiency Level in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.  Successful candidates shall have a starting monthly salary of €1,900 or equivalent or P118, 268.21 (gross) that will be increased to € 2,300 or equivalent to P143, 175 after recognition as a qualified nurse.  The employer will pay the visa and airfare from the Philippines to Germany and will assist the employee to find a suitable accommodation. The selected nurse will bear the expenses in full or in part of the board and lodging.  How to Apply?  Qualified applicants should register online at www.ereqister. poea.gov. ph and personally, submit the required documents (fastened in a folder) under the heading "German Federal Employment Agency RSF No. 180018" at the Manpower Registry Division, Ground Floor, Blas F. Ople Bldg. (formerly POEA Bldg.), Ortigas Avenue corner EDSA, Mandaluyong City: Cover letter and curriculum vitae with colored passport size picture;  High School Diploma (notarized copy);  Nursing Diploma (notarized copy);  Board Certificate A copy of the license from the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC); Certificates of employment in related field (previous and current) (notarized copy);  Attendance and/or level certificate for the German language, if available; Copy of valid Passport  Applicants are required to present their original documents for authentication of written information before forwarding the resume to the employer.  Deadline for submission of applications: Applicants at POEA Central Office and Cebu — August 17, 2018 Applicants at other POEA Regional Offices — August 14, 2018
Filipino nurses are still in demand anywhere in the world. With big salaries and opportunities awaits, most of the nurses in the Philippines has a plan to work abroad. One of this countries is Germany. Germany is continuously hiring for Filipino nurses through Triple Win Project, a government to government employment scheme between the Philippines and Germany. Through this program, the Philippines has established a market for Filipino registered nurses to work in public hospitals in the said country.


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Just this June 2018 the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) announced that it is now accepting applications for nurses under Triple Win Project.



The following qualification and requirement may be the same for the next batch of the hiring of Filipino nurses to Germany under Tripple Win Project. Interested applicants may prepare in advance especially the language training because German language proficiency is an edge.


Qualifications:
  • Filipino citizen and a permanent resident of the Philippines
  • A graduate of Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • With Active Philippine Nursing License
  • With at-least two-years related professional experience (bedside) in hospitals, rehabilitation centers and/or care institutions
Requirements:
  • Applicants must have German language proficiency or willing to undergo
  • German language training in the Philippines to attain Level B1. According to the POEA, this is to be paid by the employer.
  • Must be able to attend the language class in October and November 2018; or with Bl or B2 Language Proficiency Level in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Successful candidates shall have a starting monthly salary of €1,900 or equivalent or P118, 268.21 (gross) that will be increased to € 2,300 or equivalent to P143, 175 after recognition as a qualified nurse.

The employer will pay the visa and airfare from the Philippines to Germany and will assist the employee to find a suitable accommodation. The selected nurse will bear the expenses in full or in part of the board and lodging.

How to Apply?

Qualified applicants should register online at www.ereqister. poea.gov. ph and personally, submit the required documents (fastened in a folder) under the heading "German Federal Employment Agency RSF No. 180018" at the Manpower Registry Division, Ground Floor, Blas F. Ople Bldg. (formerly POEA Bldg.), Ortigas Avenue corner EDSA, Mandaluyong City:
  • Cover letter and curriculum vitae with colored passport size picture; 
  • High School Diploma (notarized copy); 
  • Nursing Diploma (notarized copy); 
  • Board Certificate
  • A copy of the license from the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC);
  • Certificates of employment in related field (previous and current) (notarized copy); 
  • Attendance and/or level certificate for the German language, if available; Copy of valid Passport
Applicants are required to present their original documents for authentication of written information before forwarding the resume to the employer.

Deadline for submission of applications:
  • Applicants at POEA Central Office and Cebu — August 17, 2018
  • Applicants at other POEA Regional Offices — August 14, 2018

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The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) continues to implement new programs and project this year just to make passport application and renewal easy as 1,2, and 3. The most common problem a Filipino may face in passport application or renewal is securing a slot in an online appointment. Perhaps this is the most common complaints of people who want to apply or renew a passport.   But what DFA is doing to improve the whole passport application process? In this post, we will give emphasis to the new things introduced by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) to slowly solve the problem. As what DFA Secretary Peter Allan Cayetano said, "we owe the public and efficient, fast, and safe passporting system".  1.  30,000 passports a day  This is the goal of the DFA that before the end of the year, the agency will be able to produce 30,000 passports per day without compromising the document's security. According to Cayetano, the public can expect for a much easier way to secure an online appointment be it for application or renewal. Currently, DFA can process 19,000 passports per day from 9,500 output per day in 2016.  2.  More Passport on Wheels, Extended Office Hours  To achieve the target of 30,000 passports per day, DFA confirms that they have eight vans with five printing machines each.  These vans were added to DFA's passport on wheels. Each machine can print 100 passports. DFA's office hour is already extended to cater more passport applicants. DFA is also open on Saturdays to speed up the application.  In addition to this, slots for travel agencies are reduced but this is in contrary to the earlier statement of DFA that travel agencies appointment slots have been removed to give back to the Filipino public.  Express lanes for a person with disabilities (PWDs) single parents, senior citizens, OFWs and children below seven years old are still implemented.  3. ePayment System  The ePayment system has been launched in June and being used by 94 percent of passport applicant according to DFA. With the ePayment system, passport applicants can now pay the fees in Bayad Centers and other venues such as 7-Eleven.  4. Additional Consular Offices  To make passport application or renewal hassle-free, eight consular offices are set to open this 2018! Four are already in the process. Two of these are operational and located in the Santiago City of Isabela and San Nicolas in Ilocos Norte.  5. Passport Printing Machines in Other Countries  For the benefit of Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and overseas Filipinos, Cayetano is pushing for passport printing machines to be set-up in the United States, and probably in the Middle East or Europe. With passport printing machines, the finished passports will no longer be mailed to these regions, instead, it can be printed directly in the area.   There you go! According to Secretary Cayetano, the DFA is doing its best to implement all of these five programs this year. So for people out there who are planning to apply for a passport or to renew, just take a little patient with you in this whole process.


According to the World Bank Global Findex, only 31.3 percent of Filipino adults have a formal account in the bank. Are you one of them or are you with the bigger population that chooses to save money on their own homes?  There are many reasons why Filipinos are not keen on opening a bank account. Few of these are the cost, lack of money, lack of documentary requirements and perceived low utility of a bank account. To solve this problem, the Monetary Board of the Banko Sentral ng Pilipinas, approved a new Circular that sets out the framework for banks to offer a basic deposit account to promote ownership among the unbanked population.  Under the framework, it will address the above-mentioned barriers and the minimum key feature of the account will include the following 1. Simplified know-your-customer (KYC) requirement 2. Opening amount of less than P100 3. No minimum maintaining balance 4. No dormancy charges 5. Maximum balance is set at P50,000  According to BSP, the feature of basic deposit account meet the need of the unbanked for low-cost, no-frills deposit account. It says that this account can be opened in the bank even if applicants don't have the standard identification documents. Under this basic bank account, Filipinos can save, borrow, invest and buy insurance policies without the burden of having to provide documentary requirements or even a minimum deposit maintaining balance.  “Ownership of an account provides Filipinos the tool to save and transact money in a safe, convenient and affordable manner,” the central bank said in a statement, explaining the new policy. “It can unlock access to a wider range of financial services to meet their various needs, including credit, insurance, and investments.”  The BSP added that banks can customize a basic deposit account product to serve wider markets and harness technological innovations to attract more clients.


Saving money with a bank considered to be the easiest and safest way to save money. With banks, it offers a different type of savings account where you can save money at the same time earns interest. Aside from this, you can be so sure that your money is safe at the bank because they cannot be lost or stolen. But here in the Philippines, although many people save, only a few put their savings in the bank. According to the latest survey of Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, seven out of 10 Filipinos don't have savings in the bank. Are you one of them? If you are looking for a bank that will value your money in a savings account you may check the following comparison of savings account from 10 banks in the Philippines.   1. Tanay Rural Bank Savings Account Interest — Up to 1.75% Initial Deposit — P500 Balance to Interest — P500 High-interest savings account for as low as ₱500 initial deposit  2. Security Bank eSecure Savings Account Interest — Up to 1.20% Initial Deposit — P500 Balance to Interest — P5,000 Higher-earning savings account designed to get you more from your savings  Security Bank Regular Build Up Savings Account Interest — Up to 50% Initial Deposit — P5,000 Balance to Interest — P10,000 Earn higher interest with no lock-in or fixed minimum term.  3. Equicom Savings Bank Kiddie Builders Savings Account Interest — Up to 1.00% Initial Deposit — P500 Balance to Interest — P1,000 An interest-bearing passbook savings product designed for kids with a high-interest rate.  4. Sterling Bank of Asia Bayani OFW Savings Account Interest — Up to 1.00% Initial Deposit — P0 Balance to Interest — P2,000 Account intended to support the requirement and needs of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs)  Sterling Bank of Asia Solo Savings Account Interest — Up to 0.50% Initial Deposit — P5,000 Balance to Interest — P5,000  Sterling Bank of Asia Neo Savings Account Interest — Up to 0.38% Initial Deposit — P0 Balance to Interest — P2,000 A special savings deposit account for kids ages 17 and below.  5. BPI Direct Savings Direct Express Teller Savings Interest — Up to 0.50% Initial Deposit — P500 Balance to Interest — P500 Monitor and manage your accounts anytime, anywhere easily with superior electronic banking channels  BPI Direct Savings BPInoy Savings Interest — Up to 0.50% Initial Deposit — P0 Balance to Interest — P500 Receive remittances fast and safe with your Bpinoy Savings Account  BPI Direct Savings Save-Up Automatic Savings + Insurance Interest — Up to 0.50% Initial Deposit — P0 Balance to Interest — P1,000 A savings account that comes with free life insurance coverage  BPI Family Savings Save-Up Automatic High Savings Interest — Up to 0.50% Initial Deposit — P0 Balance to Interest — P3,000  Savings account that comes with a free life insurance equivalent to up to 5x your savings account balance  BPI Family Savings Jumpstart Savings Interest — Up to 0.50% Initial Deposit — P100 Balance to Interest — P1,000 Savings account specially designed for children age 10-17 y/o, for them to get the best out of saving  BPI Family Savings Easy Saver Interest — Up to 0.50% Initial Deposit — P200 Balance to Interest — P1,000 Open your own savings account for only ₱200  6. RCBC Savings Bank Dragon All-in-one - Personal Account Interest — Up to 0.38% Initial Deposit — P25,000 Balance to Interest — P25,000 Enjoy higher interest rates than regular savings account while enjoying unlimited access to your accounts via ATMs and RCBC branches  7. BDO Prime Savers Interest — Up to 0.25% Initial Deposit — P2,000 Balance to Interest — P5,000 Savings account for individuals 60 years old and up. who wants to enjoy special forex rates and priority service.  BDO Power Teens Club Interest — Up to 0.25% Initial Deposit — P2,000 Balance to Interest — P2,000 Savings account for kids age 13-19 y/o which they can open with an ATM Card  BDO Peso Passbook Savings Account Interest — Up to 0.25% Initial Deposit — P5,000 Balance to Interest — P10,000 Enjoy the security of a passbook and earn fixed interest on your savings.  8. BPI Kaya Savings Interest — Up to 0.25% Initial Deposit — P200 Balance to Interest — P1,000 Savings account with no maintaining balance and with a minimal fee for withdrawal transactions  BPI Pamana Padala Interest — Up to 0.25% Initial Deposit — P500 Balance to Interest — P5,000 Savings account specially designed savings account for Overseas Filipino Remitters  BPI Save-Up Automatic Savings + Insurance Interest — Up to 0.25% Initial Deposit — 0 Balance to Interest — P5,000 A savings account that comes with free life insurance coverage  BPI Jumpstart Savings Interest — Up to 0.25% Initial Deposit — 100 Balance to Interest — P2,000 Savings account specially designed for children age 10-17 y/o, for them to get the best out of saving  9. Maybank Classic Savings Account Interest — Up to 0.25% Initial Deposit — 10, 000 Balance to Interest — P10,000 Regular passbook savings account that comes with a free ATM card  Maybank IM Teen Savings Account Interest — Up to 0.25% Initial Deposit — P500 Balance to Interest — P5,000 Savings account with a personal accident and medical reimbursement benefit for individuals aged 13 to 17  10. Metrobank Debit/ATM Card Savings Account Interest — Up to 0.25% Initial Deposit — P2,000 Balance to Interest — P10,000 Perform your transactions at any ATM Metrobank terminal using your ATM card  Metrobank OFW Debit/ATM Card Savings Account Interest — Up to 0.25% Initial Deposit — P0 Balance to Interest — P10,000 Perform your transactions at any ATM Metrobank terminal using your ATM card

This article is filed under Philippine news, nursing jobs abroad, hiring Filipino workers, Filipino workers, registered nurse, jobs near me, German language proficiency, nursing jobs abroad, and in-demand jobs.



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