CHR Hiring 2021 | At least Elementary School Graduate for the lowest position

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The commission is mandated to conduct investigations on Human rights violation against marginalized and vulnerable sectors of the society, involving civil and political rights.




CHR is an “A” accredited NHRI, fully complying with the Paris Principles adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1995.

Job vacancies until September 07, 2021

  • Attorney IV
  • Attorney V
  • Information Technology Officer III
  • Security officer II
  • Security officer III
  • Security officer V
  • Information Officer I
  • Information Officer II
  • Information Officer III
  • Information Officer V
  • Special Investigator I
  • Special Investigator II
  • Special Investigator III
  • Special Investigator IV
  • Training Specialist II
  • Training Specialist IV
  • Phycologist I
  • Phycologist II
  • Phycologist III
  • Development Management Officer II
  • Management and Audit Analyst I
  • Management and Audit Analyst II
  • Public services officer II
  • Administrative Officer I
  • Administrative Officer II
  • Administrative Officer IV
  • Legal assistant II
  • Internal Auditor I
  • Interpreter II
  • Administrative Assistant I
  • Administrative Assistant II
  • Administrative Assistant III
  • Administrative Assistant IV
  • Administrative Aide III
  • Administrative Aide VI




For Full Qualifications, Monthly Salary, Eligibility Needed and Location of the Jobs, please refer to the PDF below.

Download the PDF file here




How to apply

Interested and qualified applicants must submit the following documents to CHR Human Resource Development Division at hrrecruit.chr@gmail.com not later than September 07, 2021.

  1. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No.212, Revised 2017)
  2. Performance rating in the last rating period(if applicable)
  3. Photocopy of Certificate of eligibility/rating/license
  4. Photocopy of Transcript of Records
Source: Commission on Human Rights




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