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DOLE NCR has opportunities available to apply

The Department of Labor and Employment (Filipino: Kagawaran ng Paggawa at Empleyo, commonly abbreviated as DOLE) is one of the executive departments of the Philippine government mandated to formulate policies, implement programs and services, and serve as the policy-coordinating arm of the Executive Branch in the field of labor and employment. It is tasked with the enforcement of the provisions of the Labor Code.

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) started as a small bureau in 1908. It became a department on December 8, 1933 with the passage of Act 4121. The DOLE is the national government agency mandated to formulate and implement policies and programs, and serve as the policy-advisory arm of the Executive Branch in the field of labor and employment. On December 8, 1933, the Bureau of Labor was constituted as a Department by virtue of Republic Act 4121. Since then, it has continuously evolved its thrusts and strategies to respond to emerging socio-political and economic challenges while keeping as primary concern the protection and promotion of the welfare of local and overseas Filipino workers (OFWs).

Today, the DOLE is the national government agency mandated to formulate policies, implement programs and serve as the policy-coordinating arm of the Executive Branch in the field of labor and employment. It serves more than 40 million workers comprising the country’s labor force, covering those in the formal and informal economies, private and public. On top of this, the DOLE clients also include workers; organizations, employers and/or employers; groups, non-government organizations (NGOs), and other government agencies, the academe, other stakeholders, international organizations (e.g., ILO, IOM, UNDP, UNICEF), and the international community including the host countries of our OFWs. To carry out its mandate, the DOLE has 16 regional offices, 83 Field Offices with four (4) Satellite Offices, 38 overseas posts, 6 bureaus, 7 staff services and 11 agencies attached to it for policy and program supervision and/or coordination. It has a total manpower complement of 9,120. For 2013, the DOLE has a total budget of P8.083 Billion.

Hence, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) National Capital Region continues to look for individuals who can join them to fulfill their vision of decent and productive employment for every Filipino worker. Interestingly, DOLE NCR has vacant opportunities available until January 25, 2023:

One (1) Director II (SG26/ Php 116,040 Monthly Salary)

  • Place of Assignment: OSEC-DOLEB-DIR2-16-2009 (vice Pepito)
  • Education: Master’s degree or Certificate in Leadership and Management from the CSC
  • Training: One Hundred Twenty (120) hours – 40 hours of continuing professional education & 80 hours of management training
  • Experience: Five (5) years of supervisory/ management experience
  • Eligibility: Career Service Professional/ Second Level Eligibility/ RA 1080
  • Place of Assignment: DOLE-NCR

One (1) Mediator-Arbiter (SG25/ Php 102,690 Monthly Salary)

  • Place of Assignment: OSEC-DOLEB-MARB-8-1998 (vice Samson)
  • Education: Bachelor of Laws
  • Training: Twenty-Four (24) hours of relevant training conducted by the Civil Service Commission – Accredited Training Institution
  • Experience: Four (4) years of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: RA 1080 (BAR)
  • Place of Assignment: DOLE-NCR

One (1) Senior Labor and Employment Officer (SG19/ Php 51,357 Monthly Salary)

  • Place of Assignment: OSEC-DOLEB-SRLEO-257-1998 (vice Jimenez)
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job
  • Training: Eight (8) hours of relevant training
  • Experience: Two (2) years of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: Career Service Professional/ Second Level Eligibility/ RA 1080
  • Place of Assignment: DOLE-NCR

One (1) Senior Labor and Employment Officer (SG19/ Php 51,357 Monthly Salary)

  • Place of Assignment: OSEC-DOLEB-SRLEO-265-1998 (vice Comandante)
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree (preferably BS in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical or Civil Engineering, Bachelor of Laws)
  • Training: Eight (8) hours of relevant training preferably in Labor Standards and Occupational Safety and Health
  • Experience: Two (2) years of relevant experience preferably in Labor Standards and Occupational Safety and Health
  • Eligibility: Career Service Professional/ Second Level Eligibility/ RA 1080
  • Place of Assignment: DOLE-NCR

One (1) Senior Labor and Employment Officer (SG19/ Php 51,357 Monthly Salary)

  • Place of Assignment: OSEC-DOLEB-SRLEO-269-1998 (vice Balasbas)
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job
  • Training: Eight (8) hours of relevant training
  • Experience: Two (2) years of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: Career Service Professional/ Second Level Eligibility/ RA 1080
  • Place of Assignment: DOLE-NCR

How to Apply

Interested and qualified applicants should signify their interest in writing. Attach the following documents to the application letter and send to the address below not later than January 25, 2023.

  1. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) which can be downloaded HERE;
  2. Performance rating in the last rating period (if applicable);
  3. Photocopy of certificate of eligibility/rating/license; and
  4. Photocopy of Transcript of Records.

QUALIFIED APPLICANTS are advised to apply online at https://clients.ncr.dole.gov.ph/ejap/

ATTY. SARAH BUENA S. MIRASOL
Regional Director
967 Maligaya St., Malate, Manila
www.ncr.dole.gov.ph

APPLICATIONS WITH INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT BE ENTERTAINED.

History

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) started as a small bureau in 1908. It became a department on December 8, 1933 with the passage of Act 4121. The DOLE is the national government agency mandated to formulate and implement policies and programs, and serve as the policy-advisory arm of the Executive Branch in the field of labor and employment.

On December 8, 1933, the Bureau of Labor was constituted as a Department by virtue of Republic Act 4121. Since then, it has continuously evolved its thrusts and strategies to respond to emerging socio-political and economic challenges while keeping as primary concern the protection and promotion of the welfare of local and overseas Filipino workers (OFWs).

Today, the DOLE is the national government agency mandated to formulate policies, implement programs and serve as the policy-coordinating arm of the Executive Branch in the field of labor and employment.

It serves more than 40 million workers comprising the country's labor force, covering those in the formal and informal economies, private and public. On top of this, the DOLE clients also include workers' organizations, employers and/or employers' groups, non-government organizations (NGOs), and other government agencies, the academe, other stakeholders, international organizations (e.g., ILO, IOM, UNDP, UNICEF), and the international community including the host countries of our OFWs.

To carry out its mandate, the DOLE has 16 regional offices, 83 Field Offices with four (4) Satellite Offices, 38 overseas posts, 6 bureaus, 7 staff services and 11 agencies attached to it for policy and program supervision and/or coordination. It has a total manpower complement of 9,120. For 2013, the DOLE has a total budget of P8.083 Billion.

Source: Department of Labor and Employment – National Capital Region

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