NOTICE OF VACANT POSITION

As of 24 January 2020

Position One (1) Attorney V
Item Number OSEC-DICTB-ATY5-233-2017
Office Litigation and Enforcement Division
Salary Grade and Rate SG 25-01, P96,985.00/mo.
Nature of Employment Original

QUALIFICATIONS

Education Bachelor of Laws
Experience Three (3) years relevant experience
Eligibility RA 1080 (Bar)
Training Sixteen (16) hours of relevant training

NATURE AND FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION

The Attorney V under the Litigation and Enforcement Division shall lead the development of a cohesive litigation and enforcement strategy to ensure provision of adjudicative and extrajudicial dispute resolution, monitoring of compliance to ICT-related laws such as but not limited to RA 10844 (DICT Act of 2015), RA 10175 (Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012), RA 9995 (Anti-Photo and Video Voyeurism Act of 2009), RA 10173 (Data Privacy Act of 2012), report generation, and legal records management.

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

CASE ANALYSIS AND WRITING (CAAW)         

  1. Set standards in efficient and effective research and gathering of data;
  2. Set standards in effective analyses, conclusion, and writing of legal opinions and memoranda recommending actions with legal implications;

CONDUCTING LEGAL INVESTIGATION AND MAKING DECISION (CLIAMD)

  1. Identify and analyze patterns and trends to reveal new dimensions before presenting alternative solutions and arrive at the best and appropriate solution to complex cases/situations;
  2. Provide information that is not directly involved in the deviation but may be affected with the potential solutions identified to resolve the situation or arrive at a solution;
  3. Consider the impact of decisions on other departments;
  4. Recommend changes in policies and processes/procedures in coming up with the best possible solution to a problem;
  5. Prepare for, handle, and preside over the conduct of administrative investigation, including the review of administrative charges against employees of the DICT for the Secretary’s decision;
  6. Appear on behalf of the DICT in any judicial, administrative, quasi-judicial agencies of the government;
  7. Assists the Solicitor General in court litigation in which the DICT is involved;

CONCILIATION AND MEDIATION (CAM)

  1. Set policy for Alternative Dispute Resolution;
  2. Authorize urgent actions outside the norm and in response to emergency situations;
  3. Conduct the mediation and conciliation proceedings between the DICT and its employees;

COMPLIANCE MONITORING AND ENFORCEMENT OF POLICIES (CMEP)

  1. Undertake in-depth review of the Compliance Reports and suggest revisions;
  2. Design appropriate M&E approach and methodology;
  3. Check if systems/components are in place to effectively monitor and evaluate progress;
  4. Initiate design of information systems and databases for effective monitoring and evaluation;
  5. Institute measures that will effectively address the gaps identified;

GENERATING REPORTS AND DOCUMENTATION (GRD)

  1. Review, edit, and critique legal documentation based on accepted standards of technical writing;
  2. Recognize trends and patterns in current and past/information and provides correct analysis and recommendation;
  3. Develop report format appropriate for the content and target audience;

RECORDS MANAGEMENT (RM)

  1. Share expertise, lessons learned, and ideas with others for improvement of the records management system for the organization’s productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness;
  2. Develop and implement legal records management policies, procedures, and guidance and provides advice on record keeping issues; and
  3. Critically assess current procedures and provides workable solutions for continuous improvement.

Interested and qualified applicants shall submit the following documentary requirements on or before 03 February 2020:

  1. Application Letter addressed to: MANUEL ANTHONY S. TAN, OIC Undersecretary for General Administration
  2. Duly-accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with passport-sized photo taken within the last six (6) months;
  3. Copy of diploma;
  4. Transcript of Records;
  5. Certificate of eligibility/board exam result, if applicable;
  6. Certificates of relevant training, seminars and awards/recognitions, if any;
  7. Performance rating during the last rating period, if applicable;
  8. Certificate of previous employment, if applicable;
  9. Certification of no pending administrative charge; and
  10. NBI clearance.

Applications along with the aforementioned documents shall be submitted to:

            MS. LIZA M. MILAMBILING

            Administrative Officer V

            Human Resource Development Division

            DICT Building, C.P. Garcia Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City

Applications with incomplete documentary requirements shall not be processed.

Application Letter addressed to:
MANUEL ANTHONY S. TAN
OIC Undersecretary for General Administration