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Position Title
(2) Science Research Assistant

 

Brief Description of the Position
• Reports directly to the Section Head and Division Head;
• Gather and compiles earthquake and tsunami-related data and assist in its interpretation and analyses;
• Operates, maintains, and repairs earthquake and sea-level monitoring instruments and data transmission systems;
• Assists in the design, modification, and fabrication of monitoring instruments, accessories and other necessary modules;
• Participates in the daily monitoring of earthquake and tsunami;
• Deals with the conscientious handling, processing and provision of information for earthquake and tsunami monitoring warning and advisory;
• Writes technical data and activity reports submitted to direct supervisors;
• Willing and fit to travel and be permanently assigned in any area in the Philippines;
• Perform other functions as may be assigned from time to time

 

Plantilla Item No.
PIVSB-SRAS-19-1998
PIVSB-SRAS-35-1998

 

Salary Grade
9

 

Monthly Salary
P 20,402.00

 

Allowances:
-Personnel Economic Relief Allowance (PERA)
- Hazards Allowance
- Subsistence Allowance
- Laundry Allowance

 

Qualification Standards
Education
Completion of 2 years studies in college.
Graduates of BS Engineering, Computer/ Information Technology or any physical science-related courses are encouraged to apply.

 

Training
4 hours of relevant training

 

Experience
1 year of relevant experience

 

Eligibility
Career Service (Sub-Professional)
First Level Eligibility

 

Competency (if applicable)
• Monitoring and evaluation skills;
• Partnering and networking; Project management;
• Risk analyst and management;
• Technical knowledge and skills (Seismology and Tsunami Science);
• Managing media;
• Analytical thinking and problem solving skills;
• Attention to details;
• Computer and Technological skills;
• Instrumentation; Presentation skills;
• Science research skills;
• Technical writing skills

 

Place of Assignment
NCR Quezon City
Seismic and Tsunami Network Operations Section of the Seismological Observation and Earthquake Prediction Division

 


 

Position Title
(1) Science Research Assistant

 

Brief Description of the Position
• Reports directly to the Section Head and Division Head;
• Gather and compiles earthquake and tsunami-related data and assist in its interpretation and analyses;
• Operates, maintains, and repairs earthquake and sea-level monitoring instruments and data transmission systems;
• Assists in the design, modification, and fabrication of monitoring instruments, accessories and other necessary modules;
• Participates in the daily monitoring of earthquake and tsunami;
• Deals with the conscientious handling, processing and provision of information for earthquake and tsunami monitoring warning and advisory;
• Writes technical data and activity reports submitted to direct supervisors;
• Willing and fit to travel and be permanently assigned in any area in the Philippines;
• Perform other functions as may be assigned from time to time.

 

Plantilla Item No.
PIVSB-SRAS-7-1998

 

Salary Grade
9

 

Monthly Salary
P 20,402.00

 

Allowances:
-Personnel Economic Relief Allowance (PERA)
- Hazards Allowance
- Subsistence Allowance
- Laundry Allowance

 

Qualification Standards
Education
Completion of 2 years studies in college.
Graduates of BS Engineering, Computer/ Information Technology or any physical science-related courses are encouraged to apply.

 

Training
4 hours of relevant training

 

Experience
1 year of relevant experience

 

Eligibility
Career Service (Sub-Professional)
First Level Eligibility

 

Competency (if applicable)
• Monitoring and evaluation skills;
• Partnering and networking; Project management;
• Risk analyst and management;
• Technical knowledge and skills (Seismology and Tsunami Science);
• Managing media;
• Analytical thinking and problem solving skills;
• Attention to details;
• Computer and Technological skills;
• Instrumentation;
• Presentation skills;
• Science research skills;
• Technical writing skills.

 

Place of Assignment
Tagaytay Seismic Station
Seismic and Tsunami Network Operations Section of the Seismological Observation and Earthquake Prediction Division

 


 

Position Title
(1) Science Research Assistant

 

Brief Description of the Position
• Reports directly to the Section Head and Division Head;
• Gather and compiles earthquake and tsunami-related data and assist in its interpretation and analyses;
• Operates, maintains, and repairs earthquake and sea-level monitoring instruments and data transmission systems;
• Assist in the design, modification, and fabrication of monitoring instruments, accessories and other necessary modules;
• Participates in the daily monitoring of earthquake and tsunami;
• Deals with the conscientious handling, processing and provision of information for earthquake and tsunami monitoring warning and advisory;
• Writes technical data and activity reports submitted to direct supervisors;
• Willing and fit to travel and be permanently assigned in any area in the Philippines;
• Perform other functions as may be assigned from time to time

 

Plantilla Item No.
PIVSB-SRAS-28-1998

 

Salary Grade
9

 

Monthly Salary
P 20,402.00

 

Allowances:
-Personnel Economic Relief Allowance (PERA)
- Hazards Allowance
- Subsistence Allowance
- Laundry Allowance

 

Qualification Standards
Education
Completion of 2 years studies in college.
Graduates of BS Engineering, Computer/ Information Technology or any physical science-related courses are encouraged to apply.

 

Training
4 hours of relevant training

 

Experience
1 year of relevant experience

 

Eligibility
Career Service (Sub-Professional)

First Level Eligibility

 

Competency (if applicable)
• Monitoring and evaluation skills;
• Partnering and networking;
• Project management;
• Risk analyst and management;
• Technical knowledge and skills (Seismology and Tsunami Science);
• Managing media; Analytical thinking and problem solving skills;
• Attention to details;
• Computer and Technological skills;
• Instrumentation;
• Presentation skills;
• Science research skills;
• Technical writing skills

 

Place of Assignment
Lapu Seismic Station
Seismic and Tsunami Network Operations Section of the Seismological Observation and Earthquake Prediction Division

 


 

Position Title
(1) Science Research Assistant

 

Brief Description of the Position
• Reports directly to the Section Head and Division Head;
• Gather and compiles earthquake and tsunami-related data and assist in its interpretation and analyses;
• Operates, maintains, and repairs earthquake and sea-level monitoring instruments and data transmission systems;
• Assist in the design, modification, and fabrication of monitoring instruments, accessories and other necessary modules;
• Participates in the daily monitoring of earthquake and tsunami;
• Deals with the conscientious handling, processing and provision of information for earthquake and tsunami monitoring warning and advisory;
• Writes technical data and activity reports submitted to direct supervisors;
• Willing and fit to travel and be permanently assigned in any area in the Philippines;
• Perform other functions as may be assigned from time to time

 

Plantilla Item No.
PIVSB-SRAS-6-1998

 

Salary Grade
9

 

Monthly Salary
P 20,402.00

 

Allowances:
-Personnel Economic Relief Allowance (PERA)
- Hazards Allowance
- Subsistence Allowance
- Laundry Allowance

 

Qualification Standards
Education
Completion of 2 years studies in college.
Graduates of BS Engineering, Computer/ Information Technology or any physical science-related courses are encouraged to apply

 

Training
4 hours of relevant training

 

Experience
1 year of relevant experience

 

Eligibility
Career Service (Sub-Professional)
First Level Eligibility

 

Competency (if applicable)
• Monitoring and evaluation skills;
• Partnering and networking;
• Project management;
• Risk analyst and management;
• Technical knowledge and skills (Seismology and Tsunami Science);
• Managing media;
• Analytical thinking and problem solving skills;
• Attention to details;
• Computer and Technological skills;
• Instrumentation;
• Presentation skills;
• Science research skills;
• Technical writing skills

 

Place of Assignment
Puerto Galera Seismic Station
Seismic and Tsunami Network Operations Section of the Seismological Observation and Earthquake Prediction Division

 


 

Position Title
(2) Science Research Assistant

 

Brief Description of the Position
• Reports directly to the Section Head and Division Head;
• Gather and compiles earthquake and tsunami-related data and assist in its interpretation and analyses;
• Operates, maintains, and repairs earthquake and sea-level monitoring instruments and data transmission systems;
• Assist in the design, modification, and fabrication of monitoring instruments, accessories and other necessary modules;
• Participates in the daily monitoring of earthquake and tsunami;
• Deals with the conscientious handling, processing and provision of information for earthquake and tsunami monitoring warning and advisory;
• Writes technical data and activity reports submitted to direct supervisors;
• Willing and fit to travel and be permanently assigned in any area in the Philippines;
• Perform other functions as may be assigned from time to time

 

Plantilla Item No.
PIVSB-SRAS-17-1998
PIVSB-SRAS-10-1998

 

Salary Grade
9

 

Monthly Salary
P 20,402.00

 

Allowances:
-Personnel Economic Relief Allowance (PERA)
- Hazards Allowance
- Subsistence Allowance
- Laundry Allowance

 

Qualification Standards
Education
Completion of 2 years studies in college.
Graduates of BS Engineering, Computer/ Information Technology or any physical science-related courses are encouraged to apply.

 

Training
4 hours of relevant training

 

Experience
1 year of relevant experience

 

Eligibility
Career Service (Sub-Professional)

First Level Eligibility

 

Competency (if applicable)
• Monitoring and evaluation skills;
• Partnering and networking;
• Project management;
• Risk analyst and management;
• Technical knowledge and skills (Seismology and Tsunami Science);
• Managing media;
• Analytical thinking and problem solving skills;
• Attention to details;
• Computer and Technological skills;
• Instrumentation;
• Presentation skills;
• Science research skills;
• Technical writing skills

 

Place of Assignment
Davao Seismic Station
Seismic and Tsunami Network Operations Section of the Seismological Observation and Earthquake Prediction Division

 

 

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 October 3, 2022.

 

1. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph;
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 hand in or send through courier/email their application to:
     TERESITO C. BACOLCOL
     Officer-in-Charge, PHIVOLCS
     PHIVOLCS Bldg., C.P. Garcia Ave., U.P. Campus, Diliman, Quezon City

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(NOTE: Please indicate the position title, section and division in your application letter)

 

As an advocate of the Equal Employment Opportunity Principle (EEOP), the DOST-PHIVOLCS encourages and welcomes all applicants regardless of age, religion, political affiliation including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities, and those from any sexual orientation and gender identities.

 

APPLICATIONS WITH INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT BE ENTERTAINED. Only qualified applicants will be contacted.