DOH-CHD WV Hiring: Job Openings until September 20, 2022

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The Department of Health (DOH; Filipino: Kagawaran ng Kalusugan) is the executive department of the government of the Philippines responsible for ensuring access to basic public health services by all Filipinos through the provision of quality health care, the regulation of all health services and products. It is the government’s over-all technical authority on health.

Interestingly, the Department of Health Western Visayas Center for Health Development (DOH-CHD WV) has vacancies available until September 20, 2022.

One (1) ELMIS Officer – Job Hire (SG14/ Php 38,785.20 Monthly Salary)

  • Highest Educational Attainment: Bachelor’s Degree
  • Preferably: BS Pharmacy / Information Technology / Computer Programming or Related Course
  • Eligibility: CS Professional / RA 1080
  • Area of Assignment: DOH WV CHD-Supply and Logistics / Warehousing Management Office
  • Experience/Knowledgeable: Preferably with experience on Supply Chain Management, Warehousing, Inventory Management System and Computer Literate.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Facilitate the implementation of the Electronic Logistics Management Information System (ELMIS) at the Regional Level and help coordinate with central and local levels, as necessary
  2. Ensure accuracy of property records and files
  3. Prepare documents needed in responding to various issues and concerns relative to ELMIS
  4. Conduct monitoring visits and supervision to implementing LGUs and health facilities
  5. Supervise and monitor the progress of ELMIS implementation and submit quarterly accomplishment report to the SCMS
  6. Assists in the formulation of policies/guidelines to ensure accomplishments and effective management
  7. Coordinate with Local Government Units (LGUs) on the implementation of ELMIS, particularly the identified pilot sites
  8. Conduct / facilitate trainings on ELMIS and act as trainor / facilitator
  9. Monitor fund utilization of Sub-Allotment Advice (SAA) for the project
  10. Provide technical support relative to Procurement, Supply and Logistics
  11. Performs tasks given by the Supervisor/ Head of Section from time to time

One (1) IT Personnel / Administrative Aide III – Job Hire (SG3/ Php 16,286.40 Monthly Salary)

  • Highest Educational Attainment: Bachelor’s Degree
  • Preferably: Business Administration / Commerce / Related Course
  • Eligibility: CS Sub-Professional / Professional
  • Area of Assignment: DOH WV CHD-Supply
  • Experience/Knowledgeable: Preferably with experience on Supply Chain Management, Warehousing, Inventory Management System and Computer Literate.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Assists the Supply & Logistics Warehousing Management Office (SLWMO) particularly the ELMIS Team in performing their various activities
  2. Ensure property management
  3. Maintains property records/files
  4. Assists ELMIS Team and Officer in handling/monitoring of implementation related to the ELMIS
  5. Performs tasks assigned by the Supervisor/ Head of Section from time to time

Twenty Six (26) Senior Social Mobilizers (JOB HIRE) (P43,520.28 Monthly Salary)

  • Area of Assignment: DOH-CHD WV, Aklan, Antique, Capiz, Guimaras, lloilo lloilo Province, Negros Occidental, lloilo City and Bacolod City
  • Education: Bachelor Degree relevant to the job (Allied medical, Social work, Community Development, Communications preferred)
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training
  • Eligibility: RA 1080 /2nd LEVEL ELIGIBILITY (PROFESSIONAL)

Roles & Responsibilities:

  1. Provide support to LGUs to accomplish and update demand generation and communication microplans
  2. Coordinate with LGUs and conduct in-person town halls with complementary vaccination activities in areas with lowest vaccination coverage
  3. Ensure implementation of strategies, including coordination with key stakeholders (National Government Agencies/LGU, civil society organizations, private sector) within the Province/ City Municipality
  4. Collect feedback and community-level insights through surveys, focused group discussion, or other evidence generation instruments.
  5. Recalibrate social mobilization strategies based on evidence gathered, including development and localization of information, education and communication (IEC) materials.
  6. Apply the same support from COVID 19 vaccines to Routine Immunization activities as determined by the CHO
  7. Other demand generation and communications-related activities as may be assigned by the CHO Regional Director and/or CHO Health Promotion Unit Head.

Documentary Requirements

Interested and qualified applicants are invited to submit letter of application not later than September 20, 2022, 12:00 noon and attached pertinent documents to:

Director IV
Q. Abeto Street, Mandurriao, Iloilo City



On February 20, 1958, Executive Order 288 provided for the reorganization of the Department of Health. This entailed a partial decentralization of powers and created eight Regional Health Offices. Under this setup, the Secretary of Health passed on some of responsibilities to the regional offices and directors.

One of the priorities of the Marcos administration was health maintenance. From 1975 to the mid-1980s, four specialty hospitals were built in succession. The first three institutions were spearheaded by First Lady Imelda Marcos. The Philippine Heart Center was established on February 14, 1975, with Dr. Avelino Aventura as director. Second, the Philippine Children's Medical Center was built in 1979. Then in 1983, the National Kidney and Transplant Institute was set up. This was soon followed by the Lung Center of the Philippines, which was constructed under the guidance of Health Minister Dr. Enrique Garcia. With a shift to a parliamentary form of government, the Department of Health was transformed into the Ministry of Health on June 2, 1978, with Dr. Clemente S. Gatmaitan as the first health minister. On April 13, 1987, the Department of Health was created from the previous Ministry of Health with Dr. Alfredo R. A. Bengzon as secretary of health.

On December 17, 2016, Health Secretary Paulyn Jean Rossel-Ubial announced that in 2017 the government will start paying the hospital bills and medicines of poor Filipinos. She said that the Department of Health (DOH) is capable of taking care of the hospital bills and medicines of poor Filipinos owing to its bigger budget starting in 2017.

A total of ₱96.336 billion was allocated to the DOH in the 2017 national budget, which includes funds for the construction of additional health facilities and drug rehabilitation centers. Ubial said poor patients in government hospitals do not even have to present Philhealth cards when they avail of assistance. She added that poor patients will no longer be billed by government hospitals.

Ubial said President Rodrigo Duterte is keen on implementing the program to help poor Filipinos in all parts of the country. She said Philhealth will remain a partner of government hospitals in serving the poor.

Senator Loren Legarda, chair of the Senate committee on finance said that the proposed ₱3.35-trillion national budget for 2017 will provide healthcare assistance to all Filipinos, said an additional ₱3 billion was allocated to the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) to ensure coverage for all Filipinos.

“The Department of Health (DOH) said there are some eight million Filipinos still not covered by PhilHealth. It is our duty, in serving the public, to extend basic healthcare protection to all our people. That is why we pushed for the augmentation of the PhilHealth’s budget so that in 2017, we achieve universal healthcare coverage,” she said.

Legarda said universal healthcare coverage means that any non-member of PhilHealth will automatically be made a member upon availment of healthcare service in a public hospital.
Source: Department of Health Western Visayas Center for Health Development