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PGNV has opportunities available to apply

The Province of Nueva Vizcaya, which was named after the people living on the coast of Mar de Vizcaine in Spain, was a part of the vast “Territorio de Missionares” of the Spanish- controlled government of Cagayan.  The territory covered the eastern half of Northern Luzon, from Nueva Ecija to Aparri, including the Batanes Islandsince of Nueva Vizcaya, which was named after the people living on the coast of Mar de Vizcaine in Spain, was a part of the vast “Territorio de Missionares” of the Spanish- controlled government of Cagayan.  The territory covered the eastern half of Northern Luzon, from Nueva Ecija to Aparri, including the Batanes Islands.

On May 24, 1839, Governor-General Luis Lardizabal, upon the advice of the Alcalde Mayor of Cagayan, issued an order making Nueva Vizcaya a separate politico-military province.  The King of Spain through a royal decree approved the order on April 10, 1841.  Governor Pedro Menchaca was the first appointed politico-military governor of the new province.  However, Spanish sovereignty ceased upon the arrival of the Philippine revolutionary forces in Bayombong on August 1898.

The Provincial Government of Nueva Vizcaya envisions being a leading local government by God-fearing leaders who are accountable, competent, and responsive, resulting in inclusive socio-economic growth and better quality of life for its people.

Interestingly, the Provincial Government of Nueva Vizcaya has job vacancies available to apply for until December 21, 2022:

One (1) Administrative Officer V (SG18/ Php 515,316 Annual Salary)

  • Office: Provincial General Services Office (PDSO)
  • Item No.: 7
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job
  • Experience: Two (2) years relevant experience
  • Training: Eight (8) hours relevant training
  • Eligibility: Career Service Professional/ Second Level Eligibility

One (1) Agricultural Technician I (SG6/ Php 192,396 Annual Salary)

  • Office: Provincial Veterinary Services Office (PVSO)
  • Item No.: 7
  • Education: Completion of two (2) years studies in college
  • Experience: None required
  • Training: None required
  • Eligibility: Career Service Subprofessional/ First Level Eligibility

One (1) Livestock Inspector II (SG8/ Php 216,576 Annual Salary)

  • Office: Provincial Veterinary Services Office (PVSO)
  • Item No.: 15
  • Education: Completion of two (2) years studies in college
  • Experience: One (1) year relevant experience
  • Training: Four (4) hours relevant training
  • Eligibility: Career Service Subprofessional/ First Level Eligibility

One (1) Administrative Officer I (Records Officer I) (SG10/ Php 252,972 Annual Salary)

  • Office: Provincial Veterinary Services Office (PVSO)
  • Item No.: 3
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job
  • Experience: None required
  • Training: None required
  • Eligibility: Career Service Professional/ Second Level Eligibility

One (1) Veterinarian I (SG13/ Php 339,696 Annual Salary)

  • Office: Provincial Veterinary Services Office (PVSO)
  • Item No.: 14
  • Education: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
  • Experience: None required
  • Training: None required
  • Eligibility: RA 1080 (Veterinarian)

How to Apply

Anyone interested in applying for a position in the provincial government of Nueva Vizcaya should indicate the specific POSITION and OFFICE they intend to apply for. Please be reminded of the following procedure during the submission of application:

  • Each applicant is required to submit the following documents with WHITE LONG FOLDER:
  • APPLICATION LETTER addressed to:
HON. CARLOS M. PADILLA
Governor
This province

THRU: MA. CARLA LUCIA M. TORRALBA, DDM.
             Provincial Human Resource Management Officer

If you are applying for the position/s at the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, the application letter should be addressed to: 

HON. JOSE V. GAMBITO
Vice Governor 
This province
  • FULLY ACCOMPLISHED AND NOTARIZED PERSONAL DATA SHEET; download HERE
  • WORK EXPERIENCED SHEET (Attached to CS Form 212); download HERE
  • ORIGINAL AUTHENTICATED DOCUMENTS:
    •School Diploma and Transcript of Records
    •Eligibility (PRC/ CS/ LTO/ PNP-SOSIA): (if applicable) ;
  • PHOTOCOPY OF TRAINING CERTIFICATES (Bring original for authentication) ;
  • FOR GOVERMENT EMPLOYEES:
    CERTIFICATION OF PERFORMANCE RATING (Issued by the PMT) (For PLGU employees only) ;
    CERTIFIED TRUE COPY OF PERFORMANCE RATING (for other government agencies);
  • ORIGINAL EMPLOYMENT CERTIFICATES/SERVICE RECORDS (From previous employers);
  • OTHER DOCUMENTS NECESSARY TO SUPPORT EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, TRAINING AND ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS.
  • In case the deadline for submission of application letter falls out on a holiday or lockdown, you can submit through email (humanresource.nuevavizcaya@yahoo.com) provided required original documents should be submitted within THREE (3) DAYS after sending your e-mail or upon resumption of office work.
  • In case reposted positions, you are REQUIRED to resubmit your application and updated Personal Data Sheet (PDS)
  • Phone number and email address indicated in the PDS will be used in future transactions regarding application.
  • LATE SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION OR INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS WILL NOT BE ENTERTAINED
Deadline of Submission: December 21, 2022

*May be subjected to Qualifying Examinations

**Authorized retention period for application letter and supporting documents is one (1) year from the date of receipt at the PHRMO (Source: General Records Disposition Schedule common to all Government Agencies series 2009)

Brief History

The Province of Nueva Vizcaya used to be a territory of the vast Cagayan Valley Region, which was once an integral political unit with one governor. In 1839 then Governor Luis Lardizabal issued an order creating Nueva Vizcaya into politico-military province upon the advice of the alcalde mayor of Cagayan. The order was approved by a royal Decree on April 10, 1841.

The present territory of Nueva Vizcaya was the result of changes emanating from the formal creation of the province of Isabela in May of 1856, wherein a great portion of its northern area was ceded to the newly- born province.

The organization in 1908 of the province of Ifugao further reduced the area of Nueva Vizcaya, which was forced to give up its northwest territory. The survey executed by the Bureau of Lands in 1914 further caused the diminution of its area and reduced again upon the enactment of the Administrative Code in 1917.

Even with these slices of land given away to the new emerging provinces, the province of Nueva Vizcaya still held a territory. But then again in 1971, with the passage of Republic Act No.6394, Quirino, which was then sub-province of Nueva Vizcaya, was separated from its mother province and made into a regular province.

As it is today, Nueva Vizcaya occupies a land area of approximately 3,903.90 square kilometers, which is about 10.72 percent of the regional land area and 1.30 percent of the total land area of the country.

The province of Nueva Vizcaya is located in the north-central part of Luzon in Region 02. The province of Ifugao and Isabela bound it on the north and northeast, on the east and southeast by Quirino and Aurora, respectively, on the south by Nueva Ecija and on the west by Benguet and Pangasinan. The province is actually bounded by three mountain ranges covered with forest and grasslands, namely the Sierra Madre on the east, the Cordillera on the west and the Caraballo on the south. The province is 287.0 kilometers north of Metro Manila.

Nueva Vizcaya has a domestic airport which caters to chartered flights at Barangay Lantap, Bagabag, 20 kilometers from Bayombong.

Source: Provincial Government of Nueva Vizcaya

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