DILG Hiring: Job Openings until July 24 & 25, 2022

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The Department of the Interior and Local Government (Filipino: Kagawaran ng Interyor at Pamahalaang Lokal), abbreviated as DILG, is the executive department of the Philippine government responsible for promoting peace and order, ensuring public safety and strengthening local government capability aimed toward the effective delivery of basic services to the citizenry.

The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) promotes peace and order, ensures public safety, and strengthens local government’s capability to effectively deliver basic services to the citizenry. DILG formulates policies, plans, and programs to enhance local autonomy, focusing particularly on the administrative, technical, and fiscal capacities of LGUs. Moreover, the DILG is mandated to equip the LGUs with the necessary skills needed to proactively establish disaster preparedness and resiliency measures in their localities.

The department is currently led by the Secretary of the Interior and Local Government, nominated by the President of the Philippines and confirmed by the Commission on Appointments. The Secretary is a member of the Cabinet. The current Secretary of the Interior and Local Government is Sec. Benjamin Abalos Jr.

Interestingly, DILG has vacancies available for Permanent and Contract of Service until July 24 and 25, 2022.

Job Vacancies until July 24, 2022

One (1) Accountant I (SG12/Php 27,608) – Permanent

  • Item Number: OSEC-DILGB-A1-5-1998
  • Agency: DILG-CO
  • Place of Assignment: Financial and Management Service
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce / Business Administration major in Accounting
  • Experience: none required
  • Training: None required
  • Eligibility Needed: RA 1080 – Certified Public Accountant

One (1) Accountant II (SG16/Php 38,150) – Permanent

  • Item Number: OSEC-DILGB-A2-24-1998
  • Agency: DILG-CO
  • Place of Assignment: Financial and Management Service
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce / Business Administration major in Accounting
  • Experience: 1-year of relevant experience
  • Training: 4 hours of relevant training
  • Eligibility Needed: RA 1080 – Certified Public Accountant

One (1) Public Relations Officer II (SG15/Php 35,097) – Permanent

  • Item Number: OSEC-DILGB-PRO2-22-2013
  • Agency: DILG-CO
  • Place of Assignment: Public Affairs and Communication Service
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience: 1 year of relevant experience
  • Training: 4 hours of relevant training
  • Eligibility Needed: CS Professional/2nd Level Eligibility

Job Vacancies until July 25, 2022

One (1) Administrative Assistant VI (SG12/Php 26,052) – Contract of Service

  • Education: At least two (2) years of studies in College
  • Experience: Two (2) years of relevant experience working in the development sector (not required but is a plus)
  • Duty Station: 3rd Floor, SRA Annex Building, Sugar Center Compound, Barangay Vasra, North Avenue, Quezon City

Two (2) Development Management Officer II (SG15/Php 33,575) – Contract of Service

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job
  • Experience: 3 to 5 years of relevant experience working in the development sector (not required but is a plus)
  • Training: 4 hours of relevant training
  • Duty Station: 3rd Floor, SRA Annex Building, Sugar Center Compound, Barangay Vasra, North Avenue, Quezon City

One (1) Program Development Officer II (SG15/Php 33,575) – Contract of Service

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job
  • Experience: 3 to 5 years of relevant experience working in the development sector (not required but is a plus)
  • Training: 4 hours of relevant training
  • Duty Station: 3rd Floor, SRA Annex Building, Sugar Center Compound, Barangay Vasra, North Avenue, Quezon City

One (1) Information Systems Researcher III (SG17/Php 39,986) – Contract of Service

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job
  • Experience: 3 to 5 years of relevant experience working in the development sector (not required but is a plus)
  • Training: 4 hours of relevant training
  • Duty Station: 3rd Floor, SRA Annex Building, Sugar Center Compound, Barangay Vasra, North Avenue, Quezon City

One (1) Information Systems Researcher III (SG17/Php 39,986) – Contract of Service

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job
  • Experience: 3 to 5 years of relevant experience working in the development sector (not required but is a plus)
  • Training: 4 hours of relevant training
  • Duty Station: 3rd Floor, SRA Annex Building, Sugar Center Compound, Barangay Vasra, North Avenue, Quezon City

One (1) Administrative Assistant II (SG8/Php 18,998) – Permanent

  • Item Number: OSEC-DILGB-ADAS2-24-2013
  • Agency: DILG-CO
  • Place of Assignment: Office of Project Development Services
  • Education: Completion of 2 years of studies in college
  • Experience: 1 year of relevant experience
  • Training: 4 hours of relevant training
  • Eligibility Needed: CS Sub-Professional/1st Level Eligibility

One (1) Local Government Operations Officer IV (SG18/Php 45,203) –

  • Item Number: OSEC-DILGB-LGOO4-185-1998
  • Agency: DILG-CO
  • Place of Assignment: Office of Project Development Services
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience: 2 years of relevant experience
  • Training: Completion of LGOO training course for LGOO
  • Eligibility Needed: CS Professional/2nd Level Eligibility

How to Apply

For Permanent

Interested and qualified applicants, including next-in-rank personnel, shall signify their interest in writing. Submit the following documents via courier/walk-in/online on or before the deadline.

  1. Application Letter (indicate the following: Notice of Vacancy Number, Position Title and Item Number)
  2. Updated Personal Data Sheet (PDS) (Civil Service Commission Form No. 212) with Work Experience Sheet (Affix signature on each page of the PDS and attach a photo and thumbmark on the last page)
  3. Photocopy of Transcript of Records
  4. Photocopy of Diploma
  5. Photocopy of Proof of Eligibility e.g. CSC Certificate of Eligibility, Certificate/License/ID – Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC), Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP), etc.
  6. Photocopy of Certificate of Completion of LGOO training course (for applicants of LGOO IV up to LGOO VII positions)

Job application requirements may be submitted through Courier/Walk-in:

MS. VERONICA B. MACABATE 
Chief, Personnel Division
23rd Floor, DILG-NAPOLCON Center,
EDSA corner Quezon Avenue, Quezon City

NOTE: Courier/walk-in Applicants shall also fill up the Online Job Application Registration: https://bit.ly/220724JobApp

For Contract of Service

For interested applicants, you may send your application via email at dilgslgpppm@gmail.com

Subject must be: APPLICATION for (POSITION)_(SURNAME, FIRST NAME)

REQUIREMENTS

  • Letter of intent addressed to
RICHARD L. VILLACORTE
Project Manager II
Support for the Local Governance Program
Department of Interior and Local Government

APPLICATIONS WITH INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT BE ENTERTAINED

About DILG

The present Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) traces its roots from the Philippine Revolution of 1897. On March 22, 1897, the Katipunan Government established the first Department of Interior at the Tejeros Convention.

A revolutionary government was also established at that time and the new government elected General Emilio Aguinaldo as President and Andres Bonifacio as Director of Interior, although Bonifacio did not assume the post. At the Naic Assembly held on April 17, 1897, President Aguinaldo appointed General Pascual Alvarez as Secretary of the Interior.

The Department of Interior was enshrined in the Biak-na-Bato Constitution signed on November 1, 1897. Article XV of the said Constitution defined the powers and functions of the Department that included statistics, roads and bridges, agriculture, public information and posts, and public order.

As the years of struggle for independence and self-government continued, the Interior Department became the premier office of the government tasked with various functions ranging from supervision over local units, forest conservation, public instructions, control and supervision over the police, counter-insurgency, rehabilitation, community development and cooperatives development programs.

In 1950, the Department was abolished and its functions were transferred to the Office of Local Government (later renamed Local Government and Civil Affairs Office) under the Office of the President. On January 6, 1956, President Ramon Magsaysay created the Presidential Assistant on Community Development (PACD) to implement the Philippine Community Development Program that will coordinate and integrate on a national scale the efforts of various governmental and civic agencies to improve the living conditions in the barrio residents nationwide and make them self-reliant.

In 1972, Presidential Decree No. 1 created the Department of Local Government and Community Development (DLGCD) through Letter of Implementation No. 7 on November 1, 1972. Ten years later or in 1982, the

DLGCD was reorganized and renamed Ministry of Local Government (MLG) by virtue of Executive Order No. 777; and in 1987, it was further reorganized and this time, renamed Department of Local Government (DLG) by virtue of Executive Order No. 262.

Again, on December 13, 1990, the DLG underwent reorganization into what is now known as the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) by virtue of Republic Act No. 6975. The law also created the Philippine National Police (PNP) out of the Philippine Constabulary-Integrated National Police (PC-INP), which, together with the National Police Commission, was integrated under the new DILG, the Bureau of Fire Protection, Bureau of Jail Management and Penology and the Philippine Public Safety College; and absorbed the National Action Committee on Anti-Hijacking from the Department of National Defense (DND).

The passage of RA 6975 paved the way for the union of the local governments and the police force after more than 40 years of separation.

Today, the Department faces a new era of meeting the challenges of local autonomy, peace and order, and public safety.
Source: Department of Interior and Local Government