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3320 Job Opportunities

Good news to this year’s graduates and those seeking to be employed by the government!  Five key government agencies have just announced a total of 3,320 job vacancies, waiting to be filled in by young and deserving Filipinos.

Take your pick from among the following government offices and find out where your skills and competencies can be applied and maximized:

  1. Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) – 3,211 entry-level positions
  2. Department of Finance (DOF) – 41 positions
  3. Department of Budget and Management (DBM) – 31 positions
  4. Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) – 33 positions
  5. Department of Tourism (DOT) – 4 positions.

The vacancies were posted at Kalibrr.com, a popular job matching site that helps job seekers find opportunities that agree with their skills and experiences.  The job postings were in partnership with the Bagumbayani Initiative, a group of young civil servants promoting positive change and integrity in the government by encouraging young people into the civil service and marketing the opportunities as practical, viable, and purposeful career options.

Interested applicants may now view the different agencies’ Kalibrr accounts through the following links.  The job openings as well as its corresponding job descriptions, salary grades, and areas of assignment are likewise shown in the agency’s Kalibrr.com page.

  1. DOF – https://www.kalibrr.com/c/department-of-finance/jobs;
  2. BIR – https://www.kalibrr.com/c/bureau-of-internal-revenue/jobs
  3. DBM – https://www.kalibrr.com/c/department-of-budget-and-management/jobs
  4. DOTC – https://www.kalibrr.com/c/dotc-npmo/jobs; https://www.kalibrr.com/c/department-of-transportation-and-communications_ppp_implementation/jobs
  5. DOT – https://www.kalibrr.com/c/department-of-tourism/jobs

Get your resumes and other credentials ready!  This just might be the opportunity you have been waiting for.  Good luck on your application!

Source: http://www.dotc.gov.ph/index.php/2014-09-02-05-01-41/2014-09-03-06-43-32/128-dof-bir-dbm-dotc-dot-post-3-320-vacancies-online

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Below are some details regarding the CCB.

The Contact Center ng Bayan (CCB) is conceived to be the Philippine Government’s main helpdesk where citizens, civil society organizations, and other entities can voice their complaints and concerns with government agencies and gain access to information.

The CCB is a voice-based contact service that will operate Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm. Additional contact channels, such as email and SMS Text will be implemented in the near future.

The CCB will have a special 1-6565 hotline number accessible to PLDT and Digitel Landlines nationwide. Callers will be charged P5.00 per call plus VAT. Callers will also have access to recorded Information-on-Demand from participating government agencies. The system will have a transfer feature that can route calls to a live agent if necessary. These agents will also have call transfer capability that will allow calls to be routed to specialist agents at the Civil Service Commission, the National Computer Center, the Bureau of Internal Revenue, PhilHealth, the Department of Health, and the Department of Trade and Industry.

The CCB will also have the website www.contactcenterngbayan.gov.ph that will support the main operations of the CCB by providing static information about the CCB member government agencies. The information will be updated on a regular basis to ensure that information is always current.

The Contact Center ng Bayan is present to provide an avenue for the public to air out concerns on the quality of frontline service delivery by government personnel and any other violations of the Republic Act No. 9845 or the Anti-Red Tape Act of 2007 (ARTA) for resolution, insighting, and process  improvement.

It is also able to provide information about government agency policies and procedures initially focused on the Civil Service Commission, the National Computer Center, the Bureau of Internal Revenue, PhilHealth, the Department of Health, and the Department of Trade and Industry, who are all part of the CCB.

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In order to escape the potential risk of dealing with fixers on site at any government office, it is best to be aware and equipped with the knowledge on how to be smart and ready.

1. Prepare all the needed requirements for your application. You inquire at the NSO, POEA, DFA  assistance hotlines
a. NSO 737-1111 (for borth,marriage, death, CENOMAR certificates)
b. DFA 737-1000 (for passport appointment and application)
c. POEA 737-7777 (for OFW OEC applciation)

or visit the websites of NSO Helpline, DFA Passpport Appointment, and POEA Overseas Exit Clearance Service.

2. Do not deal with people outside the NSO, POEA, DFA premises
a. Go directly to the entrance guard
b. Show your requirements so you can enter
c. Proceed to the STEP 1 area of the establishment

3. Do not be afaird to ask, but do not be quick to believe. Read the procedures available in the area. Do not rush yourself into making a decision; know what you need to do first.

4. All government agencies are equipped with informative materials to guide you on how to process your requests; this can be done by any individual without too much complication.

5. If a person insists on helping you or assisting you, chances are they could be fixers. Ask for assistance or info at the INFORMATION counter.

Learn to say NO when you’re uneasy with the person.

Remember, an ounce of prevention is worth a puond of cure. Wag sayangin ng pera kung kayang kaya nyo naman magawa dahil alam mo ang gagawin mo.

Check more requirements for NSO, DFA, and POEA services here.

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