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BCDA JOB VACANCIES AS OF APRIL 27, 2017

Attention:

1. Applicants should indicate/specify the position applied for, and the name of the department/office where the vacancy is; otherwise, applications will not be given priority.

2. Due to the large volume of applications received, selection has to be made on a highly competitive basis; only applicants who meet the requirements for the positions will be notified for further processing. Competitive compensation package awaits the right candidates.

3. Applications will be accepted on or before the deadline.

4. Applicants must be Filipino citizens and must meet or exceed the minimum requirements of the vacant position(s).

Interested parties are required to submit the following:

1. Application Letter. Applicants should indicate/specify the position applied for, and the name of the department/office where the vacancy is; otherwise, applications will not be given priority.

2. Three (3) copies of duly accomplished Personal Data Sheets (latest CSC Form 212) with recent passport-sized ID photos, thumb mark and CTC number. Forms may be downloaded from the Civil Service Commission website: csc.gov.ph. Indicate your list of trainings, training hours, and institutions which conducted the training course you attended in your Personal Data Sheet (PDS). Otherwise, it will not be counted.

Also, specify the inclusive dates of your previous employment for us to determine your compliance with the experience requirement of the position.

3. Proof of CSC Eligibilities/Bar or Board Ratings.

If you consider yourself qualified, please mail your application with the required documents enclosed to:

Organization Development and Management Department
Bases Conversion and Development Authority
2/F Bonifacio Technology Center, 31st Street corner 2nd Avenue,
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila


Important Reminder:

Applications will be accepted from April 27 – May 6, 2017


BASES CONVERSION AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
BCDA Corporate Center, 2/F Bonifacio Technology Center
31st Street corner 2nd Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City

Date of Publication: From April 27 – May 6, 2017
(In compliance with R.A. 7041)


DEPARTMENT : ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT
POSITION TITLE : VICE PRESIDENT*
SALARY GRADE : 28
ITEM NO. : 094
QUALIFICATION STANDARDS:
EDUCATION : Master’s Degree or Certificate in Leadership and Management from the CSC or
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
ELIGIBILITY : RA 1080 (CPA)
EXPERIENCE : 5 years of supervisory / management experience, preferably with extensive
exposure in handling financial statements and other related financial reports for the management and government regulatory bodies in accordance with financial reporting standards, knowledgeable in tax planning and compliance
TRAINING : 120 hours of supervisory/management learning and development intervention
undertaken within the last 5 years (CSC MC No. 14, s. 2014 and MC No. 05, s. 2016)


DEPARTMENT : LAND AND ASSETS DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
POSITION TITLE : VICE PRESIDENT*

SALARY GRADE : 28
ITEM NO. : 075
QUALIFICATION STANDARDS:
EDUCATION : Master's Degree or Certificate in Leadership and Management from the CSC
ELIGIBILITY : Career Service Professional (Second level eligibility)
EXPERIENCE : 5 years of supervisory / management experience, preferably in surveying and
titling of properties, land acquisition, land appraisal, and project development; with extensive knowledge on governing policies and regulations regarding real estate development and familiarity with regulations of DAR, DENR, HLURB and other government agencies; with extensive knowledge of Geographic Information System; licensed geodetic engineer, urban planner, or lawyer a plus factor
TRAINING : 120 hours of supervisory / management learning and development intervention
undertaken within the last 5 years (CSC MC No. 14, s. 2014 and MC No. 05, s. 2016)


*Pursuant to Civil Service Commission (CSC) Resolution No. 1501478 dated 11 December 2015, as circularized in CSC Memorandum Circular No. 05 s. 2016 dated 24 February 2016, the CSC adopted the Revised Qualification Standards for Division Chief and Executive/Managerial Positions in the Second Level:

1. The qualification standards for appointment to division chief and executive/managerial positions in the second level shall be as follows:

For Division Chief Positions
Education : Master's Degree OR Certificate in Leadership and Management from the CSC
Experience : 4 years of supervisory/management experience
Training : 40 hours of supervisory/management learning and development intervention undertaken within the last 5 years
Eligibility : Career Service Professional/Second Level Eligibility

For Executive/Managerial Positions
Education : Master's Degree OR Certificate in Leadership and Management from the CSC
Experience : 5 years of supervisory/management experience
Training : 120 hours* of supervisory/management learning and development intervention undertaken within the last 5 years
Eligibility : Career Service Professional/Second level eligibility

* ratio of management to technical training for positions with duties involving the practice of profession or which belong to the same occupational group where practice of profession is required or those considered highly technical/specialized provided for in CSC MC No. 14, s. 2014, and items 8 and 9 of the resolution.

2. CES/CSE Eligibles shall likewise be considered to have met the master's degree requirement.

3. RA 1080 eligibles shall be exempt from the master's degree requirement for positions which duties and responsibilities involve the practice of profession or belong to the same occupational group or functionally related positions as that of the professions regulated by bar or board laws.

4. Completion of degrees of Bachelor of Laws and Doctor of Medicine from CHED-recognized institution shall be considered appropriated education for positions requiring a master's degree, the duties of which do not involve practice of profession covered by bar/board law.

5. Continuous learning and development shall be espoused by the CSC. A minimum of 40 hours supervisory/management training or learning and development intervention per year based on the Learning and development plan of the agency should be provided to incumbents of supervisory and managerial positions.

6. Relevant training hours refer to formal and non-formal training courses, and HRD interventions are part of the employee's individual development plan/career development plan.

7. The learning and development interventions provided to the candidates should cover all or any of the competencies required by the CSC for leadership positions in the government.

8. For executives/managerial positions in the second level with duties and responsibilities involving the practice of profession, the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) for BAR passes, the Continuing Professional Education/Development (CPE/CPD) for licensed professionals o trainings relevant to practice of profession may constitute for a max of 40 hours of technical training and the remaining 80 hours shall be management training taken within the last 5 years reckoned from date of assessment.

9. For executives/managerial positions in the second level with duties and responsibilities which are highly specialized in nature may require trainings which are highly technical and/or highly specialized. Such trainings shall make up for a maximum of 80 hours of training and the remaining 40 hours shall be management trainings taken within the last five years reckoned from date of assessment.

10. Agencies are not precluded from setting specific or higher standards for their positions. Proposed amendments to the training requirements for executive/managerial positions shall be submitted to the commission for approval. In the absence of a CSC-approved agency specific training requirements, the 120 hours of management training shall be required.

The applicant should be fit and proper for the position, of good moral character, with due consideration to integrity/probity and diligence, and exemplifies professionalism, stewardship, and excellence in the conduct of business.

Other factors to consider: knowledge and competence; critical/logical thinking; leadership; personality/interpersonal skills; communication skills (verbal and written); strong project management skills; and for internal applicants, Performance Appraisal Ratings for the last two (2) rating periods immediately preceding the evaluation of the candidates shall be considered.

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