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PhilSys Kalinga Hiring: Job Openings until September 16, 2022

The Philippine Identification System ID (PhilSys ID), also known as the Philippine Identification Card (PhilID; Filipino: Pambansang Pagkakakilanlan), is the official national identity card for Filipino citizens worldwide and foreign permanent residents in the Philippines. The document is a significant part of the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys), the national identification system to be implemented by the Philippine government.

The Philippine Identification System Act (Republic Act No. 11055), the legislation which seeks to implement this system, was signed into law by President Rodrigo Duterte on August 6, 2018. Proponents of the measure emphasize that the system will ease the access and verification of personal records when transacting with the government and private sector, while critics argue against the security of the collected data and warned against its potential to be used to violate the privacy and security of individuals.

Interestingly, PhilSys Kalinga has vacancies available for Contract of Service Workers (COSW) until September 16, 2022.

Two (2) Registration Supervisor (Php 890.59 per day)

  • Preferably with supervisory background in census, survey, or similar operations and a graduate of Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology or any related course
  • Must be computer literate
  • Physically fit for field work (if female, must not be pregnant)
  • With good moral character
  • Willing to be assigned anywhere in Kalinga
  • No existing contract to any private and government institutions including PSA surveys
  • Willing to work on Saturdays or Sundays and holidays beyond 5:00 p.m. if necessary

Six (6) Registration Kit Operator/ Encoder (Php 780.86 per day)

  • Must be a graduate of Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology or any related course
  • With typing speed at least 25-35 wpm with 90% accuracy rate
  • Willing to be assigned anywhere in Kalinga
  • Physically fit for field work (if female, must not be pregnant)
  • With good moral character
  • No existing contract to any private and government institutions including PSA surveys
  • Willing to work on Saturdays or Sundays and holidays beyond 5:00 p.m. if necessary

Four (4) Screener/ Alternate (Php 616.91 per day)

  • Completion of 2 years studies in college
  • Must be computer literate
  • Keen with details
  • Able to speak in local dialect and able to deal with the public tactfully
  • Physically fit for field work (if female, must not be pregnant)
  • Willing to be assigned anywhere in Kalinga
  • No existing contract to any private and government institutions including PSA surveys
  • Willing to work on Saturdays or Sundays and holidays beyond 5:00 pm. if necessary* Completion of 2 years studies in college

Documentary Requirements

  • Application Letter stating the specific position and must be addressed to:
MARIBEL M. DALAYDAY
Chief Statistical Specialist
Philippine Statistics Authority – Kalinga
1st, 2nd & 3rd floor, GLIMZ Building, Balinag St.
Purok 4 Bulanao, Tabuk City, Kalinga
  • Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) (download HERE) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form 212, Revised 2017) with
  • Work Experience Sheet (download HERE);
  • Transcript of Records and/or Diploma (photocopy);
  • Certificate of Training (photocopy); and
  • Certificate of Experience relevant to the position (photocopy).

Deadline of Submission

Applicants must submit personally on or before September 16, 2022 (Friday) during office hours (8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., except Holidays).

APPLICATIONS WITH INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT BE ENTERTAINED.

Structure and Usage
The ID contains basic information about the individual, which include demographic and biometric data. The front side of the PhilID bears the coat of arms of the Philippines and the logo of the National ID system. The information displayed in the front include the assigned PhilID Card Number (PCN), photograph of the bearer, the bearer's full name (Surname, Given Name, Middle Name), birth date, and domicile. The back features the card's date of issue, QR code, and serial number alongside the bearer's sex (Male, Female), blood type (O+/-, A+/-, B+/-, AB+/-), marital status (optional), and place of birth.

The central registry will store all registered information about the bearer and their mobile number and email address, both of which are optional, and the individual's biometrics data (full set of fingerprints set and iris scan).

Unlike most previously issued government ID cards, the PhilSys ID does not bare a visible copy of the handwritten signature of the holder. According to the PSA, the absence of handwritten information is a security feature in itself.

As a government-issued identification document, it also can be used the day-to-day transactions of registering for a mobile phone line, obtaining certain discounts at stores and shops (especially for senior citizens), and logging on to certain websites on the internet. Schools frequently use it to identify students, both on-line and in exams. The identity number will be considered as citizen's unique identity number for life.

The ID does not replace existing government identification cards that serve a purpose beyond identity authentication, such as the driving license, passport, and UMID.

PhilSys Number
The Philippine Identification System provides for two sets of numbers; the PhilSys Number (PSN) and the PhilSys Card Number (PCN). The PSN is a randomly-generated unique and permanent 12-digit identification number assigned to each registrant. The PSN contains highly sensitive data and is meant to be confidential; it is only disclosed when required by law. The PCN is the tokenized version of the PSN that can be used for general transactions with the government and private establishments. The PCN could be used without the physical ID card.

History

A national identification system for the Philippines was proposed as early as the 1990s, particularly during administration of then-President Fidel V. Ramos. However previous efforts to legislate the system has failed due to concerns in privacy and lack of support from the Congress.

Panfilo Lacson began to lobby for the establishment of such system when he was elected as Senator in 2001. During the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte the proposed national identification system had progress in the legislature.

In mid-2016, Quezon City Representative Feliciano Belmonte Jr. and Senator Antonio Trillanes filed House of Representative Bill No. 12 and Senate Bill No. 95 for an identification system for Filipino citizens residing in the Philippines and abroad. Belmonte claims at the time of filing that the Philippines is one of the only nine countries in the world without a national identification system.

Senator Manny Pacquiao has also filed similar measures.

The framework for a Philippine national identity card system was established on August 6, 2018, when President Rodrigo Duterte signed into law the Philippine Identification System Act (R.A. 11055). Section 9 of the Act requires every Philippine citizen and resident alien to personally register with the Philippine ID system.
Source: PSA PhilSys Kalinga
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