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About ILS

The Institute for Labor Studies (ILS) is under the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) in the Philippines. It is a attached agency of DOLE and serves as the policy research and advocacy arm of the department. The ILS works closely with DOLE to support the development of effective labor and employment policies and programs in the Philippines.

The Institute for Labor Studies (ILS) is a research and training organization that focuses on promoting and developing policies related to labor and employment. The main objective of ILS is to support the development of a strong and inclusive labor market that benefits workers, employers, and the wider economy.

The ILS carries out research and analysis on a wide range of labor market issues, including labor market trends, working conditions, wages, benefits, and social protections. The organization also provides training and capacity-building activities for workers, employers, and policy makers on labor and employment policies and practices.

ILS typically collaborates with a wide range of partners, including government agencies, trade unions, employers’ organizations, academic institutions, and international organizations, to develop and implement programs and projects that promote decent work and social protection for all.

The Institute for Labor Studies is typically funded by government agencies, international organizations, and philanthropic organizations, and is staffed by a team of experts with extensive experience in the field of labor and employment.

The Institute for Labor Studies is actively inviting individuals who are interested in working in the field of labor and employment to apply for any open job positions that they may have. This is an opportunity for individuals to join a reputable organization that is dedicated to promoting policies and programs related to labor and employment.

ILS Job Vacancies

One (1) Chief Labor and Employment Officer (SG24/ Php 88,410 Monthly Salary)

  • Plantilla Item No.: ILSB-CLEO-3-1998
  • Education – Master’s Degree preferably in social sciences, economics, development studies, communications, industrial relations, and other related courses or Certificate in Leadership and Management from the Civil Service Commission (CSC)
  • Experience – Four (4) years of supervisory/management experience
  • Training – Forty (40) hours of supervisory/management learning and development intervention
  • Eligibility: Career Service Eligibility – Professional

One (1) Supervising Administrative Officer (SG22/ Php 69,963 Monthly Salary)

  • Plantilla Item No.: ILSB-SADOF-1-2004
  • Education – Bachelor’s Degree preferably in public administration, social sciences, development studies, industrial relations, and other related courses
  • Experience – Three (3) years of relevant experience in general administrative services relative to human resource management, procurement, records, and finance.
  • Training – Sixteen (16) hours of relevant trainings
  • Eligibility: Career Service Eligibility – Professional

Four (4) Senior Labor and Employment Officers (SG19/ Php 49,835 Monthly Salary)

  • Plantilla Item No.: ILSB-SRLEO-5-2010, ILSB-SRLEO-3-1998, ILSB-SRLEO-6-2010 and ILSB-SRLEO-6-1998
  • Education – Bachelor’s degree preferably in social sciences, economics, development studies, communications, industrial relations, and other related courses
  • Experience – Two (2) years of relevant experience in research and technical writing
  • Training – Eight (8) hours of relevant training
  • Eligibility: Career Service Eligibility – Professional

One (1) Labor and Employment Officer II (SG13/ Php 29,798 Monthly Salary)

  • Plantilla Item No.: ILSB-LEO2-3-2021
  • Education – Bachelor’s Degree preferably in advertising, design, marketing, multimedia, and other related courses
  • Experience – None
  • Training – None
  • Eligibility: Career Service Eligibility – Professional

One (1) Labor and Employment Officer II (SG13/ Php 29,798 Monthly Salary)

  • Plantilla Item No.: ILSB-LEO2-2-1998
  • Education – Bachelor’s Degree preferably in advertising, design, marketing, multimedia, and other related courses
  • Experience – None
  • Training – None
  • Eligibility: Career Service Eligibility – Professional

One (1) Administrative Assistant III (Human Resources Assistant) (SG9/ Php 20,402 Monthly Salary)

  • Plantilla Item No.: ILSB-ADAS3-2-2018
  • Education – Completion of 2 years of studies in college preferably in social sciences, psychology, industrial relations, development studies, administration, and other related courses
  • Experience – One (1) year of relevant HR experience
  • Training – Four (4) hours of relevant training 
  • Eligibility: Career Service Eligibility – Sub-Professional

One (1) Administrative Assistant III (Budget Assistant) (SG9/ Php 20,402 Monthly Salary)

  • Plantilla Item No.: ILSB-ADAS3-1-2018
  • Education – Completion of 2 years of studies in college preferably in accounting, business, or finance-related course
  • Experience – One (1) year of relevant HR experience
  • Training – Four (4) hours of relevant training 
  • Eligibility: Career Service Eligibility – Sub-Professional

One (1) Administrative Assistant III (Bookkeeper) (SG9/ Php 20,402 Monthly Salary)

  • Plantilla Item No.: ILSB-ADAS3-4-2004
  • Education – Completion of 2 years of studies in college, preferably in accounting or graduate of 2-year course relevant to the job
  • Experience – One (1) year of relevant HR experience
  • Training – Four (4) hours of relevant training 
  • Eligibility: Career Service Eligibility – Sub-Professional

One (1) Administrative Assistant III (Secretary) (SG9/ Php 20,402 Monthly Salary)

  • Plantilla Item No.: ILSB-ADAS3-6-2004
  • Education – Completion of (2) years studies in college preferably in office administration, communication, and other relevant courses
  • Experience – One (1) year of relevant HR experience
  • Training – Four (4) hours of relevant training 
  • Eligibility: Career Service Eligibility – Sub-Professional

How to Apply

ILS adheres to the existing general policy of no discrimination based on gender identity, sexual orientation, disabilities, religion, civil status, age, political affiliation, and indigenous group membership in the implementation of its recruitment, selection, and placement. Applicants should submit the following documents to ILS Job Application Online (JAO) at ils.dole.gov.ph (ILS Website) or via the QR Code below not later than 10 February 2023:

  • Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with recent passport-sized picture (3.5 cm x 4.5 cm) which can be downloaded HERE;
  • Certificate of Employment with actual duties (for employees from private companies) or Work Experience Sheet (for government employees; download form HERE;
  • Transcript of Record;
  • Certificate of eligibility/rating/license;
  • Performance rating in the last rating period (if applicable); and
  • Training Certificates (relevant only)
  • Copy of a minimum of two (2) written technical papers or research study papers (for Labor and Employment Officer positions only except for LEO plantilla item ILSB-LEO2-3-2021)

All documents to be attached in one PDF filenameSurname, First Name, Middle Initial.

Late and incomplete submission of information, hard copies and email submission will NOT be entertained.

Tel. Nos.: 8527-3522 and 8527-3511; Fax No. 8527-3491 Email address: hr.ils.dole@gmail.com

Application Deadline

Please note that the Institute for Labor Studies will only be accepting applications for their job openings until February 10, 2023. If you are interested in pursuing a career in the field of labor and employment and would like to apply for a position at the ILS, it is important to submit your application before the deadline on February 10, 2023.

Conclusion

Working at the Institute for Labor Studies would provide individuals with the opportunity to contribute to important research and analysis on labor market trends, working conditions, and other related issues. It would also provide opportunities for professional development and growth, as well as the chance to collaborate with a diverse range of stakeholders, including government agencies, trade unions, academic institutions, and international organizations.

If you are interested in pursuing a career in the field of labor and employment, this could be a great opportunity to gain valuable experience and make a positive impact in the world!

Source: Institute for Labor Studies
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