NOTICE OF VACANT POSITION

As of 24 January 2020

Position One (1) Chief Administrative Officer
Item Number DICTB-CADOF-19-2017
Office Human Resource Management Division
Salary Grade and Rate SG 24-01, P85,074.00/mo.
Nature of Employment Original

QUALIFICATIONS

Education Master’s Degree or Certificate of Leadership and Management from the Civil Service Commission
Experience Four (4) years in position/s involving management and supervision
Eligibility Career Service (Professional) Second Level Eligibility
Training Forty (40) hours of training in management and supervision

NATURE AND FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION

The Chief Administrative Officer under the Human Resource Management Division shall lead the development of a cohesive talent management strategy, integrating systems and processes for human resource management specifically recruitment, selection, placement, benefits, compensation, welfare, health and wellness, leave administration, and HR data and records management.

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Establish and develop a comprehensive benefits and compensation program (i.e. PBB), as well as employee welfare program for DICT;
  2. Critically assess current HRM systems, processes, and procedures and provides workable solutions for continuous improvement;
  3. Formulate operational policies and guidelines on benefits and compensation, welfare, health, and wellness;
  4. Identify trends and developments on competency models and competency-based job descriptions and recommend enhancement of current procedures;
  5. Communicate strategies on the development and adoption of the competency model and competency-based job descriptions;
  6. Evaluate accuracy of assessment results;
  7. Set policy for the correct application of administrative legal requirements and the documentation of processing of cases of violations of the leave law mindful of the need to balance conflicting needs and priorities;
  8. Develop and implement HR record management policies, procedures, and guidance and provides advice on record keeping issues;
  9. Develop communication and implementation plans on the benefits, compensation, and employee welfare;
  10. Uphold the belief that administrative law is corrective not punitive and demonstrate knowledge of leave laws when crafting decisions regarding the incurrence of violation of leave laws for purposes of correcting behavior;
  11. Commission and use analyses of legal compliance and compare performance with other NGAs;
  12. Build an HR database as reference for management in making policy decisions regarding employee benefits, compensation, and welfare;
  13. Incorporate historical data to identify trends, inconsistencies, and areas for improvement;
  14. Support all significant decisions or conclusions with data;
  15. Submit comprehensive reports that summarize study, conclusions, and data analysis and techniques used to reach conclusions; and
  16. Share expertise, lessons learned, and ideas with others for improvement of the records management system for the organization’s productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness.

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