POSITION: TESD SPECIALIST II
ITEM NUMBER: TESDAB-TESDS2-750016-2021
OFFICE: KOREA PHILIPPINES VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTER (KPVTC), TESDA REGION XI (to be assigned at ODDG-CLGUS)
SALARY: SG-16 (Php36,628.00) PERA: Php2,000.00

THE HIREE WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FOLLOWING:

20% - Coordinate and report the implementation, monitoring, evaluation and documentation of programs for special clients of legislated programs such as EO 70, EO 66, EO 79, TFBM, and other related legislations for social equity and inclusive development of marginalized and vulnerable communities; 15% - Coordinate, monitor, analyze, evaluate, and report the efficient delivery of programs for special clients such as IPs, FRs, PWUDs, PWDs, etc.; 10% - Coordinate the implementation of Community-based Training Programs (CBT) and Community-based Training and Enterprise Development Program (CBTED) with ROPOTIs and LGUs through the Community Training and Employment Coordinators (CTECs); 10% - Assists in the conduct of research in aid of packaging social equity programs in coordination with the ROPOTI; 30% - Participate in the regular monitoring of the financial and physical targets vis-à-vis accomplishments in the Office Performance Commitment and Review (OPCR); 10% - Participate in the maintenance of the Knowledge Management google data base of CLGO; and 5% - Performs other related functions.


OTHER QUALIFICATIONS OF THE HIREE ARE:

Education: Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job Experience: 1 year of relevant experience Training: 4 hours of relevant training Eligibility: Career Service (Professional)/ Second Level Eligibility

SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS:

•Good oral and written communication skills •Has good interpersonal relationship and work attitude •Can work under pressure •Must be creative and innovative •Willing be assigned at the Communities and Local Government Units Office (CLGO), TESDA Central Office

All interested applicants must submit their application together with the following documents to Human Resource Management Division, AS or may send it via email at recruitment@tesda.gov.ph not later than August 26, 2021:

  • Intent Letter indicating the position, office where the vacancy exists and its Item Number);
  • Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (CSC Form 212 Revised 2017) (printed in legal size paper) subscribed and sworn to with Work Experience Sheet (attachment to CSC Form 212, Revised 2017 can be downloaded at the CSC website);
  • Service Records for TESDA applicants or applicants from other government agencies OR Certificate/s of Employment for outside applicants;
  • List of training programs attended indicating the no. of training hours together with the certified photocopies of training certificates;
  • Performance Evaluation System (PES) Ratings for Calendar Year 2020 for outside applicants OR Individual Performance Commitment Review (IPCR) ratings for July to December 2020 (with at least Very Satisfactory Rating) for TESDA applicants or applicants from other government agencies;
  • Copy of previous appointment for TESDA applicants or applicants from other government agencies;
  • List of at least five (5) references with complete contact details and email address for the following categories:
    • Superior
    • Peers
    • Subordinates (if applicable)
    • Clients (if applicable)
  • Certified true copy of transcript of records/diploma;
  • Authenticated copy of Eligibility by CSC or PRC;
  • Certificate of Completion on TESDA’s Online Course entitled “Practicing COVID 19 Preventive Measures in the Workplace”;
  • Awards related to Performance (proof of evidences in the form of citation, medal, plaque, for awards/rewards received) (if applicable);
  • Expert Services (Resource Person/Speaker/Moderator/Panelist) (if applicable); and
  • Committees/ TWGs Participation (proof of evidences in the form of memorandum, office order, and/or certification/certificates) (if applicable)

 

“TESDA, as an Equal Opportunity agency, encourages a more diverse and inclusive workforce. Hence, applicants will not be discriminated on account of gender, sexual orientation, civil status, disability, religion, ethnicity, or political affiliation, provided, however that they meet the minimum requirements of the position to be filled”.

 

Failure to complete the submission of above documents within the set deadline shall mean disinterest to vie for the position paving the way for non-inclusion in the deliberation process.

CYLIE AMOR G. LITAO
Acting Chief Administrative Officer Human Resource Management Division


Publication Date: August 16, 2021

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