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Interested and qualified applicants should signify their interest in writing. Attach the following documents to the Online Application form.

1. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) and Work Experience Sheet (CS Form 212) which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph;
2. Performance rating in the last rating period or its equivalent;
3. Photocopy of certificate of eligibility/rating/license;
4. Photocopy of Transcript of Records and Diploma (for bachelor’s degree and masteral, if applicable); and
5. Other documents supporting your credentials (e.g. training certificates, award certificate received, and etc.).

QUALIFIED APPLICANTS may apply online and attach their application letter together with other supporting documents addressed to the concerned officer below.

RYAN A. DE LA GENTE
CAO / HRMPSB Chairperson
DSWD FO VI M.H. del Pilar, Molo, Iloilo City

NOTE: All vacant positions shall be opened to all qualified applicants regardless of age, gender, civil status, disability, religion, ethnicity, social status, class, political affiliation, or other similar factors/ personal circumstances which run counter to the principles of merit and fitness for the job and equal employment opportunity.

Interested and qualified persons with disabilities and members of Indigenous Communities are encouraged to apply.

Walk-in applicants will not be entertained in observance to the new normal.

Request for extension of submission and application with incomplete documents will not be considered.


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PositionPlantilla Item No.Salary GradeMonthly SalaryEducationTrainingExperienceEligibilityCompetencyPlace of AssignmentDeadline of SubmissionDate PostedJob Description  No. of Vacancy    
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER II (PROVINCIAL GRIEVANCE OFFICER)CONTRACTUAL15P35,097.00Bachelor’s degree relevant to the position(Preferably: Graduate of LLB,AB Political Science, Management and Social Sciences)Eight (8) hours of relevant training related to the jobOne(1) year of relevant experience with CSC Eligibility is an advantageProficiency in MS Office applications – Words, Excel and Ppt - requiredWithin Region VIMAY 21, 2022May 11, 2022Advocates grievance modes/channels; Review and analyze grievance reports and verify; monitor resolution of cases; database encoding and provision of resolution; provide feedback to concerned personnel, provide TA to MLs and CLs; Consolidate forms from CGO, review and analyze, verify with CGO, provision of resolution if possible, deliver to RGO (if not encoded), feedback to CGO; received referrals thru snail mail, email, network sites, reports and media, refer to CGO, provision of immediate redress, and feedback to RGO.Applicants should be guided by the following Criteria for Evaluation:
• Education (E) 25%
• Training (T) 10%
• Experience (E) 25%
• Initial Qualifying Test (IQT) 10%
• Special Exam (Technical) 15%
• Interview 10%
• IPCR or any related Performance Assessment/Review 5%
Total 100%

Initial Shortlisting: Obtain 75% of the maximum total score. Second Shortlisting: Top five highest rating but overall rating should not be less than 80%

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SOCIAL WELFARE OFFICER IICONTRACT OF SERVICE15P35,097.00BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL WORKFour (4) hours of relevant training related to the jobOne (1) year of relevant experience RA 1080 (Registered Social Worker)Proficiency in MS Office applications – Words, Excel and Ppt - requiredWithin Region VIMAY 21, 2022May 11, 2022Ensures that case management and caseload inventories at the provincial level are maintained and updated; Assists in the development of provincial/local inter-agency mechanisms for the provision of interventions on cases that are beyond the resolution capacities of the City/Muncipal Links an d LGU social workers; Works closely with the C/ML in conducting case management processess for clients at risk, particulary those categorized as medium risks cases; Assists in organizing anf maintaining pool of experts at the provincial level to provide legal, psychiatric, psychological, and medical interventions, if necessary; Ensures the availability of directory of services that may be appropriately tapped for case referrals; Performs related functions as may be assigned the Social Welfare Officer III.Applicants should be guided by the following Criteria for Evaluation:
• Education (E) 25%
• Training (T) 10%
• Experience (E) 25%
• Initial Qualifying Test (IQT) 10%
• Special Exam (Technical) 15%
• Interview 10%
• IPCR or any related Performance Assessment/Review 5%
Total 100%

Initial Shortlisting: Obtain 75% of the maximum total score. Second Shortlisting: Top five highest rating but overall rating should not be less than 80%

SOCIAL WELFARE OFFICER IV (PROVINCIAL LINK)Contractual2269,963.00Bachelor of Science in Social WorkAt least Twenty Four (24) hours training in management and supervision, planning, organizing, and frontline serviceAt least three (3) years expereince in community organizing, case management and project managementRA 1080 (Registered Social Worker)Proficiency in MS Office applications – Word, Excel and Powerpoint - required Within Region VIJune 25, 2022June 15, 2022Responsible for managing the overall operations and administration of provincial clusters and ensuring implementation of activities as scheduled based on the approved Work and Financial Plan.Applicants should be guided by the following Criteria for Evaluation:
• Education (E) 25%
• Training (T) 10%
• Experience (E) 25%
• Initial Qualifying Test (IQT) 10%
• Special Exam (Technical) 15%
• Interview 10%
• IPCR or any related Performance Assessment/Revie 5%
Total 100%
Initial Shortlisting: Obtain 80% of the maximum total ETE score.
Second Shortlisting: Top five highest rating but overall rating should not be less than 80%
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PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER II (SLP) Contract of Service1535,097.00Bachelor’s degree in any business-related and/or social science courses4 hours of relevant training in any or a combination of the following: project management,
social entrepreneurship, business plan development, business operations, project
implementation, employment relations, and community organizing.
At least 1 year of relevant experience in development-related projects involving
community organizing, business development and/or training.
None RequiredWithin Region VIJune 21, 2022June 14, 2022Job Summary:

The Project Development Officer II-Monitor PDO is responsible for monitoring the livelihood projects of SLP served program participants and identifying follow-through interventions which will serve as input for forward planning for the PDO Field Implementer.

Applicants should be guided by the following Criteria for Evaluation:
• Education (E) 25%
• Training (T) 10%
• Experience (E) 25%
• Initial Qualifying Test (IQT) 10%
• Special Exam (Technical) 15%
• Interview 10%
• IPCR or any related Performance Assessment/Revie 5%
Total 100%
Initial Shortlisting: Obtain 80% of the maximum total ETE score.
Second Shortlisting: Top five highest rating but overall rating should not be less than 80%
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER II (SLP-PAMANA)Contract of Service1535,097.00Bachelor's degree preferably in Management, Entrepreneurship,
Development Studies, Social Sciences or an business-related course
At least 4 hours relevant training in social entrepreneurship, business plan development,
module development, training plan and implementation program.
2 At least 1-year experience in development-related projects involving community
organizing, capability building activities, community organizing and facilitation, proposal development, enterprise development.
Career Service Professional / 2nd LevelWithin Region VIJune 21, 2022June 14, 2022Job Summary:

Ensures the implementation of the Field Office's action plan through developing livelihood projects, linking target participants to stakeholders, monitoring and evaluation, and providing technical assistance

Job Outputs:

The PAMANA - SLP PDO Il is primarily tasked to implement the processes of the PAMANA SLP. He/She shall provide needed technical assistance to identified Conflict Vulnerable Areas (CVAs) under PAMANA, coordinate with the LGUs, OPAPP, and other partners in the course of implementation, monitoring and turn-over.
Applicants should be guided by the following Criteria for Evaluation:
• Education (E) 25%
• Training (T) 10%
• Experience (E) 25%
• Initial Qualifying Test (IQT) 10%
• Special Exam (Technical) 15%
• Interview 10%
• IPCR or any related Performance Assessment/Revie 5%
Total 100%
Initial Shortlisting: Obtain 80% of the maximum total ETE score.
Second Shortlisting: Top five highest rating but overall rating should not be less than 80%
COMMUNITY PROCUREMENT OFFICER III - KALAHIContract of Service1845,203.00Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering 24 Hours of relevant procurement training; must be proficient with computer applications using MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Access and other applicable softwares At least 4 years work experience rural/community Development Programs/Project with Procurement related functions; two years of which in foriegn assisted Projects; experience in facilitating procurment based on world bank, RA 9184 and other international funding institution; experience in community based procurement would be an advantageNone required (preferably Licensed Civil Engineer)Region-basedJune 28, 2022June 22, 2022Applicants should be guided by the following Criteria for Evaluation:
• Education (E) 25%
• Training (T) 10%
• Experience (E) 25%
• Initial Qualifying Test (IQT) 10%
• Special Exam (Technical) 15%
• Interview 10%
• IPCR or any related Performance Assessment/Revie 5%
Total 100%
Initial Shortlisting: Obtain 75% of the maximum total score.
Second Shortlisting: Top five highest rating but overall rating should not be less than 80%
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