With the attendance of more than 2,000 people, the GREAT COMFENALCO VALLE DELAGENTE EMPLOYMENT FAIR is being held in Cali at this time, where more than 15 companies from eleven sectors of the economy present nearly 2,000 vacancies that they expect will be filled by talent qualified human being and adequately profiled according to the needs of the entrepreneurs.
Until 4:00 in the afternoon of this Thursday, July 9, those interested have the opportunity to present themselves in the square of the Family Compensation Fund located at calle 5 # 6 - 63, in Cali. They must go there with a considerable number of resumes, excellent personal presentation and willingness to carry out the application process.
During the day, the team of professionals from the Comfenalco Valle Employment Agency will guide each of the attendees who will approach the stands of the organizations to learn about the job profiles that are offered.
Among the positions to be filled are: call center consultants, administrative and accounting assistants, organizational psychologists, project coordinators, external and internal commercial consultants, cashiers, promoters, telemarketers, commercial coordinators, welders, electromechanics, refrigeration technicians, waiters, kitchen, bakers, coordinators, among others.
Martha Lucia Bernal, Employability Manager of Comfenalco Valle delagente affirmed that “today is a day to show employers that there are many people from Valle del Cauca willing to take up the new job opportunities that are generated in their organizations. This Job Fair led by Comfenalco Valle delagente is an opportune setting that makes it possible to make visible the various profiles of human talent interested in contributing to the development of their region through their knowledge but also by improving their quality of life ”.
Employment Agency Reports:
Cali (57 + 2) 886 2727 dial 2 and then option 8.
The Comfenalco Valle delagente Family Compensation Fund, a member of the Family Compensation Fund Association, ASOCAJAS, generates social well-being for low- and middle-income workers and their families.