DSWD NEEDS 64 NEW WORKERS ASAP
DAVAO City -The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) is now accepting applicants for the 64 vacant positions under the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program. In the program’s third year of implementation in the region, Pantawid Pamilya has expanded in 34 municipalities in Davao Region with over 130,000 potential beneficiaries.
To efficiently and effectively serve its recipients, the program will fill-in the following vacant positions: one (1) Regional Program Coordinator; one (1) Indigenous People (IP) and Gender Focal; and three (3) Social Welfare Officers III. All applicants must be Registered Social Workers or BS Social Work graduates.
The region will also be hiring one (1) Training Specialist I, one (1) Administrative Officer II, one (1) Supply Officer I, one (1) Human Relations Officer I, one (1) Driver/Mechanic, two (2) Monitoring and Evaluation Focals, three (3) Beneficiary Updates System Focals, three (3) Grievance Redress System Focals, two (2) Provincial Grievance Officers, two (2) Compliance Verification System Focals, one (1) System Coordinator, twelve (12) Administrative Assistants, and twenty-nine (29) Social Welfare Assistants. For this area, all applicants must be graduates of any four-year course.
Interested applicants may submit their application letters and resumes to the Personnel Unit of the DSWD at R. Magsaysay Ave., Davao City on or before April 25, 2011, Monday. For queries, interested parties may also contact Ms. Loreta Anas at (082) 227-1964 / 227-8746 / 226-3736. The screening and deliberation of applicants will be on April 26-27, 2011 at 9:30 a.m. through 4:00 p.m. at the DSWD Regional Office.
Pantawid Pamilya is a poverty-reduction program of the national government implemented by DSWD. The program provides conditional cash assistance to extremely poor households in the country as identified by the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR). The cash grant that the beneficiaries receive is used in the health, nutrition and education needs of children 0 to 14 years old. DSWD/ Sheryll Jane B. Sanico