Bangladesh Overseas Employment and Services Limited (BOESL) is going to send experienced male workers to Croatia and Fiji.
The government recruiting agency will send 10 machinery carpenters to Croatia and 14 machinery operators/ drivers (excavator, crane truck), welder/fabricator, diesel and hydraulic mechanic, upholsterer/tent maker, scaffolding/tent rigger and general carpenter to Fiji.
In a one-year contract (renewable), they will get a monthly salary of $700 (Tk72,917).
Priority will be given to workers who have returned from abroad. If workers don’t have required skills, they are asked not to apply.
Labourers must work eight hours per day or 40 hours per week. Their accommodation, first aid and transportation to work will be borne by the employing organisation, reads a press release issued by BOESL.
Airfare to join the job shall be borne by the worker and return air fare to the country after the completion of employment period shall be borne by the organisation.
On the other hand, the workers who will go to Fiji have to be aged less than 40 years and they must have five years of experience in the respective field.
Labourers must work 45 hours per week. Their accommodation, furniture, first aid and transportation to work will be borne by the employing organisation.