Call For Applicants For Vacant Positions Central Office

Application letter stating the specific position title with salary grade (SG) level and specific division or place of assignment as posted. An applicant may apply for a maximum of two (2) positions regardless of occupational group; Two (2) original copies of duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent ID picture taken within three (3) months prior to submission of application (CSC Form No. 212, Revised 2017) duly subscribed and sworn to by an authorized administering officer; Work Experience Sheet (CSC Form No. 212 – Attachment) (if applicable); Photocopy of authenticated Eligibility (CSC, CESB, RA 1080, PRC, PD 907, etc.); Photocopy of Transcript of Records; Photocopy of Certificate/s of Training relevant to the position applied and participated within the last five (5) years (if applicable); Certified copy of Individual Performance Commitment Review (IPCR) or its equivalent for the last rating period (for applicants with work experience); Affidavit of Informed Consent, Waiver and Undertaking of Compliance to the Minimum Qualification Standards and Requirements; and For SG 24 applicants: Certification from authorized personnel, indicating that they are performing supervisory functions, including the specific period and number of subordinates.

PSA: Philippine ID System on Track for Registering Population by Mid-2022

The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) assures the public that they are on the course of its strategic blueprint for the implementation of the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys). PhilSys, the foundational identification system that aims to provide a valid proof of identity for all citizens and resident aliens as a means of simplifying public and private transactions, was signed into law by President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on August 2018 in line with the government’s drive to curtail bureaucratic red tape.

Public Advisory

This is to warn the public of posts about the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys) and the start of registration circulating online from the following Facebook group and pages: Philippine National ID Card 2019, Discover Philippines (@DiscoverThePH), Government PH (@Government.Philippines), University Belt Manila - Officials (@ubeltmanila), South Upi Highlights (@SouthUpiHighlightsofficial), Chai Tuazon News (@chaituazon2)


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