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DILG Central Luzon Hiring: Job Openings until September 19, 2022

The Department of the Interior and Local Government (Filipino: Kagawaran ng Interyor at Pamahalaang Lokal), abbreviated as DILG, is the executive department of the Philippine government responsible for promoting peace and order, ensuring public safety and strengthening local government capability aimed towards the effective delivery of basic services to the citizenry.

The department is currently led by the Secretary of the Interior and Local Government, nominated by the President of the Philippines and confirmed by the Commission on Appointments. The Secretary is a member of the Cabinet. The current Secretary of the Interior and Local Government is Sec. Benjamin Abalos Jr.

One (1) Administrative Officer I (AO I) (SG 11/Php 23,877.00 Monthly Salary)

  • Employment Status: Contract of Services
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree
  • Experience:
    • Exceptional in written and communication skills
    • Preferably with experience in Program Management
  • Place of assignment: DILG Regional Office III – LGCDD
  • Specific Functions:
    • Assist in the preparation and updating of the monthly status of funds and other related reports which may from time to time be required by the RO and Locally Funded Projects;
    • Assist in the administrative related functions of the Capacity Development activities
      related to Locally Funded Projects;
    • Assists in the preparation of financial reports/statement and other related accomplishments which from time to time be required by Locally Funded Projects and other offices;
    • Reconcile with LFP with the downloaded Budget and its status of utilization to be
      submitted to Locally Funded Projects every 5th of the ensuing month;
    • Assists in preparing monitoring reports on the progress of governance reforms of each
      PLGU;
    • Attends meetings, trainings, and other related activities relative to governance reform,
      Locally Funded Projects program;
    • Assist in coordinating governance reform matters with the LFP, DILG Regional/Provincial
      Offices, PLGUs, and other partner agencies; and
    • Performs other functions as may be required.

Three (3) Project Evaluation Officer II (SG 15/ Php 33,575.00 Monthly Salary)

  • Employment Status: Contract of Services
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree
  • Experience:
    • Exceptional in written and communication skills
    • Preferably with experience in Program Management
  • Place of assignment: DILG Regional Office III – LGCDD
  • Specific Functions:
    • Provide up-to-date report on the monitoring of the physical aspects of the program implementation and results of localization interventions vis-à-vis to the Department’s commitments to National Plan-ELCAC and the harmonization initiatives of the Department;
    • Monitor and evaluate the implementation of activities and projects in assigned
      region/province/s/citie/s/barangay/s and the remaining deliverables of the Department; coordinate and assist inter-agency and partners on monitoring and
      evaluation of program;
    • Ensure proper documentation of the program implementation including pre and post implementation phase;
    • Ensure reports are up-to-date for the consumption of the Department, other
      national government agencies, and other partner bureaus; and
    • Perform other tasks as maybe assigned by the Regional Director or immediate supervisor.

Two (2) Engineer II (SG 16/ Php 36,628.00 Monthly Salary)

  • Employment Status: Contract of Services
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering (Licensed Civil Engineer)
  • Experience:
    • At least one (1) year of relevant experience
    • Exceptional in written and communication skills
    • Preferably with experience in Program Management
  • Place of assignment: DILG Regional Office III – LGCDD
  • Specific Functions:
    • Coordinate with the Provincial/City Local Government Units to ensure on-time implementation of projects;
    • Conduct actual monitoring on the preparation and implementation of OPDS administered projects in his/her assigned region/s, province/s and barangays to ensure that the requirements in the relative Guidelines are complied with;
      Monitor LGUs/barangays in the preparation and submission of project
    • requirements, particularly the Detailed Engineering Design (DED) and program of
      works, and provide technical assistance to provinces/barangays to facilitate the
      completion of DED/POW;
    • Provide status reports on the implementation of projects, including issues and
      concerns, and recommendations within his/her assigned area;
    • Undertake field visits and conduct random inspection of civil works from time to
      time to check the quality of works and submit with course of action and recommendations thru appropriate channels; and
    • Perform other tasks as maybe assigned by the Regional Director or immediate supervisor.

Documentary Requirements

  • Application Letter (addressed to) RD KARL CAESAR R. RIMANDO, CESO III
  • Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) which can be downloaded HERE
  • Transcript of Records, Diploma
You may send your application, dilgregion3.personnel@gmail and  
dilgr3_personnel@yahoo.com with subject
APPLICATION FOR PROJECT EVALUATION OFFICER II, until 5:00 PM of September 19, 2022.

History

The DILG traces its roots in the Tejeros Convention of March 22, 1897. As the Department of the Interior, it was among the first Cabinet positions of the proposed revolutionary Philippine government, wherein Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo was elected president. The leader of Katipunan's Magdiwang faction, Andres Bonifacio, was originally elected director of the interior in the convention, but a controversial objection to his election led to the Magdiwang's walk-out and his refusal to accept the position. Gen. Pascual Alvarez would be appointed as Secretary by Aguinaldo on April 17, 1897, during the Naic Assembly.

The Department of the Interior was officially enshrined on November 1, 1897, upon the promulgation of the Biak-na-Bato Republic, with Isabelo Artacho as secretary. Article XV of the Biak-na-Bato Constitution defined the powers and functions of the Department that included statistics, roads and bridges, agriculture, public information and posts, and public order.

Following the American occupation in 1901, the Department of the Interior was among the four departments created by virtue of Philippine Commission Act No. 222. Americans headed the department until 1917, when Rafael Palma was appointed by Governor-General Francis Harrison following the passage of the Jones Law. The Interior Department was tasked with various functions ranging from supervision over local units, forest conservation, public instructions, control and supervision over the police, counter-insurgency, rehabilitation, community development and cooperatives development programs

At the onset of World War II, Pres. Manuel L. Quezon abolished the department via Executive Order 390. It was resurrected as part of the Philippine Executive Commission in 1942 under the Japanese Occupation, but abolished once again the following year, upon the establishment of the Second Philippine Republic. Its Secretary before the abolition, Jose P. Laurel, was elected as Philippine President by the National Assembly.

The department was reinstated by Pres. Sergio Osmeña months after the country's liberation from Japanese forces in December 1944. It was then merged with the Department of National Defense in July 1945. Pres. Manuel Roxas' Executive Order No. 94 in 1947 split the Department of National Defense and the Interior, and tasked the newly reorganized Interior Department to supervise the administration of the Philippine Constabulary and all local political subdivisions, among others.

A 1950 reorganization via Executive Order No. 383 (in pursuance of Republic Act 422) abolished the Interior Department once again. Its functions were transferred to the Office of Local Government (later the Local Government and Civil Affairs Office) under the Office of the President.

On January 6, 1956, under Pres. Ramon Magsaysay, the Presidential Assistant on Community Development (PACD) office was created via Executive Order No. 156, with functions resembling that of the Interior Department sans supervision over the police force. It was renamed the Presidential Arm on Community Development in 1966.

The department was restored on November 7, 1972, with the creation of the Department of Local Government and Community Development (DLGCD). The DLGCD was reorganized as a ministry in the parliamentary Batasang Pambansa in 1978, renamed the Ministry of Local Government in 1982, and became the Department of Local Government (DLG) in 1987.

On December 13, 1990, Republic Act 6975 placed the Philippine National Police, Bureau of Fire Protection, Bureau of Jail Management and Penology and the Philippine Public Safety College under the reorganized Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG). The new DILG merged the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM), and all the bureaus, offices, and operating units of the former DLG under Executive Order No. 262. RA 6975 paved the way for the union of the local governments and the police force after nearly four decades of separation.
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