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POSITION TITLE

Accountant III (SG-19)
Item Number: A3-63-2004

LOCATION : ADMINISTRATIVE & FINANCIAL DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education       : Bachelor’s degree in Commerce/Business Administration major in Accounting
Experience     : 2 years of relevant experience
Training          : 8 hours of relevant training
Eligibility         : RA 1080

Duties & Responsibilities: 

  • Directs and supervises the overall accounting and budgetary activities of the board;
  • Distributes job assignments to budget and accounting personnel;
  • Gives technical advice on financial matters to the official concerned;
  • Reviews and signs financial statements  and other reports of the board;
  • Supervises the preparation of budget estimates on income obligation and attends budget hearings;
  • Implements administrative and financial policies;
  • Certifies the availability of funds;
  • Reviews and signs correspondence on financial matters;   and
  • Performs other related work that maybe assigned from time to time.
    Assessment Process:


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Human Resource Merit Promotion Selection Board (HRMPSB) screening  (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : August 2, 2018
Date of Posting : August 2-13, 2018

 

POSITION TITLE

Attorney IV   (SG-23)
Item Number: ATY4-1-2018 

LOCATION : MONITORING & ENFORCEMENT DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements: 

Education       : Bachelor of Laws
Experience     : 2 years or relevant experience
Training          : 8 hours of relevant training
Eligibility        : RA 1080

Duties & Responsibilities: 

  • Conducts hearings and investigations relative to application for water utility controversies and pertaining to the administration and enforcement of P.D. 1067, otherwise known as the Water Code of the Philippines and Commonwealth Act No. 146 as amended otherwise called as the Public Service Act (with respect to waterworks and water supply systems);
  • Assists the Board in the conduct of investigation relative to administration and enforcement of the Water Code of the Philippines, Commonwealth Act 146 and other related laws;
  • Undertakes the preparation of legal documents such as resolutions, opinions, pleadings, memoranda, or complaints; and filing of the appropriate action in the proper courts or tribunals pertaining to violation of PD 1067 and CA 146;
  • Prepares decision, final orders, notice of compliance and other documents resulting from quasi-judicial hearings;
  • Represents the Board, its officers, employees and deputies in the cases where they may be involved in connection with the performance of their official duties;
  • Performs such other related work from time to time as directed by the immediate supervisor.


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Human Resource Merit Promotion Selection Board (HRMPSB) screening  (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : August 2, 2018
Date of Posting : August 2-13, 2018

 

POSITION TITLE

Engineer II   (SG-16)
Item Number: ENG2-35-2004 

LOCATION : POLICY AND PROGRAM DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements: 

Education       : Bachelor’s degree in Engineering relevant to the job
Experience     : 1 year of relevant experience
Training          : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility         : RA1080

Duties & Responsibilities: 

  • Conducts review and evaluation of integrated development schemes/studies brought before the Board for review;
  • Assists in the review of project priorities, resolution of interagency conflicts of water allocation, refinement of basin guide plans;
  • Develops guidelines in the establishment of projects priorities for purposes of resolving inter-agency conflicts on water allocation;
  • Prepares annual accomplishment report of the division including technical reports and write-ups on the water resources sectors for Board’s reference and guidance.
  • Coordinates with various agencies involved in water resources development and assists in the development of national water resources development plan;

Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Human Resource Merit Promotion Selection Board (HRMPSB) screening  (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : August 2, 2018
Date of Posting : August 2-13, 2018

 

POSITION TITLE

Chief Water Resources Development Officer (SG-24)
Item Number: CWRDO-43   Salary P73,299.00

LOCATION : MONITORING & ENFORCEMENT DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements: (Revised Qualification Standards for Division Chief Level and Executive/Managerial Positions in the Second Level; Civil Service Commission Memorandum Circular No. 05. s. 2016)

Education       : Master’s Degree or Certificate in Leadership and Management from the Civil Service Commission
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)

MINIMUM REQUIRED PROFICIENCY LEVEL FOR DIVISION CHIEF
Competency Competency Level
Building collaborative, inclusive working relationships Intermediate
Managing performance and coaching for results Intermediate
Leading Change     Intermediate Intermediate
Thinking strategically and creatively Intermediate
Creating and nurturing a high performing organization Intermediate

Duties & Responsibilities: 

  • Directs, manage and supervises the activities of his Division;
  • Gives advice and recommendations thru the Executive Director to the Board on matters pertaining  to its Division;
  • Supervises in the formulation of policies and guidelines for the development and utilization of water resources based on emerging issues;
  • Directs the evaluation, coordination and integration of water resources plans and programs covering all sectors and types of water resources projects;
  • Manages the  assessment of water resources for various functional uses;
  • Other duties related work from time to time that maybe assigned by the immediate supervisor.


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : April 16, 2018
Date of Posting : April 16 - April 30, 2018

 

POSITION TITLE

Administrative Aide VI (Accounting Clerk II)
Item Number: ADA6-10

LOCATION : Administrative and Financial Division

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education       : Completion of two-year studies in college
Experience     : 1 year of relevant experience
Training          : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility         : Career Service Sub-Professional  (First Level Eligibility)

Duties & Responsibilities:

  •  Examination and posting of official transaction in general subsidiary ledger;
  • Analyzes and traces to sources posting to subsidiary ledger which are not of balance with controlling accounts;
  • Prepares adjusting journal entries to effect reconciliation between subsidiary and general ledgers;
  • Ascertains that all transaction have been properly recorded in the books;
  • Constructs and reconciles accounts;
  • Analyzes and verifies statements of subsidiary ledger;
  • Performs other related duties that maybe assigned from time to time by the immediate
    supervisor


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : December  7, 2017
Date of Posting : December 7 - 18, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

Administrative Aide  IV   SG-6
Item Number: ADA4-5

LOCATION : POLICY & PROGRAM DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education       : Completion of two-year studies in college
Experience     : 1 year of relevant experience
Training          : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility         : Career Service Sub-Professional  (First Level Eligibility)

Duties & Responsibilities: 

•  Prepares drafts of routine office correspondence, indorsement, reports and memoranda of complicated in nature relative to administrative  personnel matters;
•    Performs liaison work with other offices, follow-up on disposition of important matters;
•    Supervises and participates on the work of employees performing a variety of skilled and responsible clerical task and checks their work for accuracy and conformance to establish policies and regulations;
•    Performs other related work that maybe assigned from time to time by the immediate Supervisor.

Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : November  6, 2017
Date of Posting : November  6 - December 8, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

Administrative Aide  IV (Reproduction Machine Operator II)  SG-4
Item Number: ADA4-5

LOCATION : Office of the Executive Director

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education       : High School Graduate or Completion of relevant vocational/trade course
Experience     : none required
Training          : none required
Eligibility        : relevant MC 10 s. 2013

Duties & Responsibilities:

      •    Operates a multilith addressograph machine;

      •    Reviews finished work for general adequacy & quality levels;

      •    Performs mechanical readjustments on the parts of the machine in the course of operation;

      •    Cleans and washes plates before and after using them;

      •    Cleans oil machine;

      •    Performs such other duties from time to time as directed by the immediate supervisor.

 
Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : September 20, 2017
Date of Posting : September 20 - October 8, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

Precision Instrument Technician II  (SG-8)
Item Number: PITEC2-59

LOCATION : MONITORING & ENFORCEMENT DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education       : High School Graduate or Completion of relevant vocational/trade course
Experience     : 1 year of relevant experience
Training          : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility        : Equipment Technician  (MC 11, s. 96 – Cat. II)

Duties & Responsibilities:

  •  Tests, calibrates, seals and prepares test reports of water meters in the NWRB Water Meter Laboratory and in the premises of public water utility operator;
  • Takes inventory under supervision of Public Utilities Regulation Officer;
  • Repairs and maintains one or more types of mechanical and electrical instruments;
  • Participates in the work of lower technicians/employees engaged in the same nature of duties;
  • Performs other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor.

 
Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : November 3, 2017
Date of Posting : November 3, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

ATTORNEY  IV
Item Number: ATY4 -47, SG 23

LOCATION : WATER RIGHTS DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education       : Bachelor of law
Experience     : 2 year of relevant experience
Training          : 8 hours of relevant training
Eligibility        : RA 1080

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Conducts hearings and investigations relative to application for water utility controversies and
    pertaining to the administration and enforcement of P.D. 1067, otherwise known as the Water Code of the Philippines and Commonwealth Act No. 146 as amended otherwise called as the Public Service Act  (with respect to waterworks and water supply systems);
  • Supervises and reviews the works of subordinates’ Hearing Officers in the performance of legal counseling on the interpretation application and of the Water Code of the Philippines the Public
    Service Act, as amended, and such other laws, orders rules and regulations as the Board in empowered to administer and enforce;
  • Undertakes the preparation of legal documents such as resolutions, opinions, pleadings, etc;
  • Represents the Board, its officers, employees and deputies in the cases where they maybe involved in connection with the performance of their official duties;
  • Performs  such other related work from time to time as directed by the immediate supervisor.

 
Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : October  24, 2017
Date of Posting : October 24-November 3, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

Precision Instrument Technician III  (SG-11)
Item Number: PITEC3-56     Salary:   P19,620/mo.

LOCATION : MONITORING & ENFORCEMENT DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education       : High School Graduate or Completion of relevant vocational/trade course
Experience     : 2 year of relevant experience
Training          : 8 hours of relevant training
Eligibility        : Equipment Technician  (MC 11, s. 96 – Cat. II)

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Supervises the calibration, test, seals of water meters and other measuring devices or service meters used by water utility operator;
  • Conducts test and experiment on new measuring devices that may provide provide economical and advantageous to the public;
  • Investigates upon request of consumers defective measuring devices used by public water utilities or services and reports results to the Board;
  • Does related work that maybe assigned by the immediate supervisor

Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : October 10, 2017
Date of Posting : October 10, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

ATTORNEY  VI
Item Number: ATY4, SG 23

LOCATION : WATER RIGHTS DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education       : Bacherlor of law
Experience     : 2 year of relevant experience
Training          : 8 hours of relevant training
Eligibility        : RA 1080

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Conducts hearings and investigations relative to application for water utility controversies and
    pertaining to the administration and enforcement of P.D. 1067, otherwise known as the Water Code of the Philippines and Commonwealth Act No. 146 as amended otherwise called as the Public Service Act  (with respect to waterworks and water supply systems);
  • Supervises and reviews the works of subordinates’ Hearing Officers in the performance of legal counseling on the interpretation application and of the Water Code of the Philippines the Public
    Service Act, as amended, and such other laws, orders rules and regulations as the Board in empowered to administer and enforce;
  • Undertakes the preparation of legal documents such as resolutions, opinions, pleadings, etc;
  • Represents the Board, its officers, employees and deputies in the cases where they maybe involved in connection with the performance of their official duties;
  • Performs  such other related work from time to time as directed by the immediate supervisor.

 
Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : September 20, 2017
Date of Posting : September 20-October 6, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE  VI (Reproduction Machine Operator II)
Item Number: ADA4-5 , Salary P12,155.00

LOCATION : Office of the Executive Director

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education      : Elementary school Graduate
Experience    : none required
Training         : none required
Eligibility        : relevant MC 11 s. 1996

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Operates a multilith addressograph machine;
  • Reviews finished work for general adequacy & quality levels;
  • Performs mechanical readjustments on the parts of the machine in the course of operation;
  • Cleans and washes plates before and after using them;
  • Cleans oil machine;

 
Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication :September 20, 2017
Date of Posting : September 20-October 6, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

Precision Instrument Technician II  (SG-8)
Item Number: PITEC2-57     P15,818/mo.

LOCATION : MONITORING & ENFORCEMENT DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education       : High School Graduate or Completion of relevant vocational/trade course
Experience     : 1 year of relevant experience
Training          : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility        : Equipment Technician  (MC 11, s. 96 – Cat. II)

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Tests, calculates, seals and prepares test reports of water meters in the NWRB Water Meter Laboratory and in the premises of public water utility operator;
  • Takes inventory under supervision of Public Utilities Regulation Officer;
  • Repairs and maintains one or more types of mechanical and electrical instruments;
  • Participates in the work of lower technicians/employees engaged in the same nature of duties;
  • Performs other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor.

 
Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : August 18, 2017
Date of Posting : August 18 - September 8, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE  VI (Mechanic II)
Item Number: ADA6-17 , Salary P13,851.00

LOCATION : ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education      : High School Graduate or Completion of relevant vocatonal/trade course
Experience    : 1 year of relevant experience
Training         : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility        : Relevant MC 11, s. 1996

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Supervises and participates in the work of group mechanics and helper engaged in mechanical repair work;
  • Supervises and participates in the maintenance of machinery, mechanical equipment and accessories;
  • Performs complex repair works;
  • Inspects and checks the work of mechanic;
  • Prepares daily report of work accomplished;
  • Recommends requisition of materials and supplies needed;
  • Makes estimates on the cost of repairs to be made;
  • Perform or supervises the testing of machinery and equipment repaired making necessary adjustments hereto;
  • Operates a lathe machine in performing machining work, requiring class precision.

 
Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : August 15, 2017
Date of Posting : August 15 - September 8, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE III (Driver)SG-3
Item Number: ADA3-6 & ADA3-7 Salary: P11,387.00

LOCATION : ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education : Elementary School Graduate
Experience : None required
Training : None required
Eligibility : Driver's License  (MC 11, s. 1996)

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Drives assigned vehicle in transportation others safely to various  places/destination
  • Keeps assigned vehicle in top running condition and spot cleans at all times before operation. Checks thoroughly engine, oil, battery, wheel inflation, radiator and necessary accessories daily.  Keeps assigned vehicle well guarded at all times when used during trips;
  • Services assigned vehicles at regular intervals or scheduled by the supervisor and reports accident or mishap of some for investigation purposes;
  • Submits a properly accomplished trip records daily to supervisor on official form provided by the office;
  • Undertakes minor repair of assigned vehicles and reports defects observed for adjustment and repair.
  • Other task assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor.


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : August 15, 2017
Date of Posting : August 15 - September 8, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE VI,  SG-6
Item Number: ADA6 - 14

LOCATION : ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL DIVISION (General Services)

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education : Completion of two-year studies in college
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Career Service Sub-Professional (First Level Eligibility)

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Prepares drafts of routine office correspondence, indorsement, reports and memorandum of complicated in nature relative to administrative and personal matters;
  • Performs liaison work with other offices, follow-up on disposition of important matters;
  • Supervises and participates on the work of employees performing a variety of skilled and responsible clerical task and checks their work for accuracy and conformance to establish policies and regulations;
  • Performs other related work that maybe assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor
  • Performs other related works as maybe assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor.

Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : August 15, 2017
Date of Posting : August 15 - September 8, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

ENGINEER II    SG-16     
Item Number:  ENG 2 - 45

LOCATION : MONITORING AND ENFORCEMENT DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education : Bachelor's degree relevant to the job
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : RA1080

Duties & Responsibilities:


•    Assists the staff on matters involving enforcement of laws, orders, regulations and decisions issued by the Board;
 
•    Undertakes investigations of structures and mechanisms used by private and individual projects and conducts annual water discharge measurements used by the same;

•    Prepares/request and recommends details in the enforcement of rules regulations of the Board in water resources projects investigated;

•    Conducts investigation and recommends measures regarding conflicts of water use between water use between water appropriators;

•    Performs other related works as maybe assigned from time to time by the  immediate supervisor.


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : August 10, 2017
Date of Posting : August 10-25, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

Special Investigator II    SG-15   
Item Number: SPI2 - 54 & SP12 - 55

LOCATION : WATER RIGHTS DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education       : Bachelor's degree relevant to the job
Experience      : 1 year of relevant experience
Training          : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility         : Career Service Professional (Second Level Eligibility)

 

Duties & Responsibilities:

•    Analyzes and determines technical aspects of water utilization;
•    Studies and resolves water use conflicts involving technical  of difficult questions;
•    Supervises and reviews the determination, adjudication and granting of water  rights;
•    Reviews applications for water grants or concessions and resolutions on water rights;
•    Performs other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor.


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.


*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : August 10, 2017
Date of Posting : August 10-31, 2017

 

 

 

POSITION TITLE

Administrative Aide VI    SG-6    
Item Number: ADA6-5

LOCATION : POLICY AND PROGRAM DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education : Completion of two-years studies, in college
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Career Service Sub-Professional (First Level Eligibility)

Duties & Responsibilities:

•Performs liaison work with other offices, follow-up on disposition of important matters;

•Supervises and participates on the work of employees performing a variety of skilled and responsible clerical task and checks their work for accuracy and conformance to establish policies and regulations;

•Performs other related work that maybe assigned from time to time by the immediate
supervisor


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a) Personnel & Records section Pre-screening
b) Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening  (Paper Evaluation)

  1. Further Assessment Steps

a) Interview
b) Other work-related written examination

Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.


*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : August 10, 2017
Date of Posting : August 10-31, 2017

 

 

 

POSITION TITLE

Special Investigator III    SG-18     
Item Number: SPI3 - 51

LOCATION : WATER RIGHTS DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education : Bachelor's degree relevant to the job
Experience : 2 years of relevant experience
Training : 8 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Career Service Professional (Second Level Eligibility)

 

Duties & Responsibilities:


•Supervises the evaluation of report and recommendation of water rights investigators and field deputies;

•Investigates complicated water rights cases;

•Recommends decisions and courses of action to the Executive Director based on his analysis and review of the facts presented;

•Makes written reports of findings to the Chief Water Rights Investigator;

•Receives application for permission to use public waters for private use or purposes;

•Supervises the inspection of public waters and surroundings of properties;

•Receives the request for investigations of controversies between landowners arising of the use of cubic waters;

•Performs other related work which may be assigned by the immediate supervisor.


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : June 5, 2017
Date of Posting : June 5-30, 2017

 

 

POSITION TITLE

Special Investigator II    SG-15     
Item Number: SPI2 -54 & PURO2 - 55

LOCATION : WATER RIGHTS DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Bachelor's degree relevant to the job
Experience : 1 years of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Career Service Professional (Second Level Eligibility)

Duties & Responsibilities:
•Analyzes and determines technical aspects of water utilization;

•Studies and resolves water use conflicts involving technical of difficult question;

•Supervises and reviews the determination, adjudication and granting of water rights;

•Reviews applications for water grants or concessions and resolutions on water rights;

•Performs other related work which may be assigned by the immediate supervisor.


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : June 9, 2017
Date of Posting : June 9-30, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

Public Utilities Regulation Officer II       SG-15    
Item Number: PURO2  - 54  & PURO2 - 55

LOCATION : MONITORING & ENFORCEMENT DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job.
Experience : 1 year of  relevant  experience
Training : 4  hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Career Service Professional   (Second Level Eligibility)

Duties & Responsibilities:

•Assists in the preparation of recommendation on application to operate industrial utilities;

•Checks plans, specification and estimates of proposed industrial utilities to determine if lay-out, installation, construction and types of machineries and equipments are adequate and in accordance with the Board requirements and regulations;

•Works/Assists on the inventory and appraisal of machinery and equipment of industrial public utilities to establish values for depreciation and rates determination;

•Determines violators of the rules and regulations of the Board on the franchise and orders report and recommendation;

•Inspect machinery and equipment, meters and instruments to determine whether such installed in accordance with plans submitted to and approved by the Board;

•Performs other related duties that may be assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor.


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : June 9, 2017
Date of Posting : June 9-30, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

Public Utilities Regulation Officer I    (PURO I)    SG-11
Item Number: PURO 1-54

LOCATION : Water Utilities Division

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Bachelor’s degree 
Experience : None required
Training : None required
Eligibility : Career Service Professional  (Second Level Eligibility)

Duties & Responsibilities:
•Examines application and evaluates the evidences submitted in cases involving application and/or petitions for approval, reduction, revision, and/or increase in rate of public services on schedules thereof, and application for certificates of public convenience (CPC, CPCN);

•Reports/Recommends on the analysis and evaluation made relative to application for certificates of public convenience and certificate of public convenience and necessity, application, to extend water services, increase/revise water rates, approval to of scale and transfer/deed of donation, turn-over, etc.

•Analyses and studies financial statements on reports submitted in evidence in cases heard for the determination of just and reasonable rates, schedules thereof to obviate discrimination or undue preferences between different classes of customers or public utilities and/or operators;

•Prepares utilities drafts of decisions and orders thereon recommends the proper rates or schedule of rates and

•Performs other related work


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : June 13, 2017
Date of Posting : June 13-30, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

Administrative  Aide VI    ( Mechanic II)    
Item Number: ADA6-17

LOCATION : Administrative & Financial Division

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : High School Graduate or Completion of relevant vocational/trade course
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Relevant MC 11, s. 1996

Duties & Responsibilities:
•Supervises and participates in the work of group mechanics and helper engaged in mechanical repair work;

•Supervises and participates in the maintenance of machinery, mechanical equipment and accessories;

•Performs complex repair works;

•Inspects and checks the work of mechanic;

•Prepares daily report of work accomplished;

•Recommends requisition of materials and supplies needed;

•Makes estimates on the cost of repairs to be made;

•Perform or supervises the testing of machinery and equipment repaired making necessary adjustments hereto;

•Operates a lathe machine in performing machining work, requiring class precision.


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : June 9, 2017
Date of Posting : June 9-30, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

Administrative Aide VI   -   SG-6     
Item Number: ADA6-7

LOCATION : WATER  UTILITIES  DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Completion of two-year studies in college
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Career Service Sub-Professional  (First Level Eligibility)

Duties & Responsibilities:
•Prepares drafts of routine office correspondence, indorsement, reports and memorandum of complicated in nature relative to administrative and personal matters;

•Performs liaison work with other offices, follow-up on disposition of important matters;

•Supervises and participates on the work of employees performing a variety of skilled and responsible clerical task and checks their work for accuracy and conformance to establish policies and regulations;

•Performs other related work that maybe assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : June 13, 2017
Date of Posting : June 13-30, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

Engineer III   SG - 19
Item Number:   ENG3-29

LOCATION : POLICY AND PROGRAM DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education       : Bachelor’s degree in Engineering relevant to the job
Experience     : 2 year of relevant experience
Training          : 8 hours of relevant training
Eligibility        : RA1080

Duties & Responsibilities: Under the  general supervision of the immediate supervisor in the Policy Formulation Section, undertakes the following activities:
  •  Supervises and review the work of lower level staff in all activities of the Section;
  •  Recommends/formulates policies and guidelines and criteria for the coordinated planning, development and utilization of water resources based on emerging issues and concerns for all sectors for consideration by the Board;
  • Reviews findings of lower level staff in the review of water resources development projects, reports brought before the board;
  • Reviews existing policies, guidelines for possible revision or improvement;
  • Maintains liaison with other government agencies involved in water and related resource development projects;
  • Other duties that may be assigned from time to time.

Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps

a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)

2. Further Assessment Steps

a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examination


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : May 15, 2017
Date of Posting : May 15 - 16, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

Engineer III - SG-19
Item Number: ENG3-37

LOCATION : MONITORING & ENFORCEMENT DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job.
Experience : 2 years of relevant experience
Training : 8 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : RA1080

Duties & Responsibilities:
•Assists the Chief Water Resources Development Officer in advising the Board Members on Engineering matters involving industrial public services and handles the engineering portion of the work of fixing rates for industrial public services;
•Supervises lower technical officers and personnel involved in the issuance of certificates of public convenience and necessity and monitoring of public water utilities;
•Supervises the periodical inspection of industrial public services and evaluates reports and recommendations on the results of inspection of utilities regulation engineer and technician.
•Assists in the preparation of rules and regulations to be followed in the implementation of the Public Service Act, with regards to water utilities;
•Assists in the preparation of drafts of decisions, orders indorsements, and other office correspondence pertaining to industrial service;
•Performs other related duties that maybe assigned from time to time by the Executive Director


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : February 9, 2017
Date of Posting : February 9-4, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

Engineer IV - SG-22
Item Number: ENG4-28

LOCATION : POLICY & PROGRAM DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job.
Experience : 3 years of relevant experience
Training : 16 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : RA 1080

Duties & Responsibilities:
•Recommends/formulates policies, guidelines and criteria for the coordinated planning, development and utilization of water resources based on emerging issues and concerns for all sectors for consideration by the Board. Reviews existing policies for possible revision improvement.
•Consolidates plans and programs of water related agencies and formulates/updates the national water resources development plan for consideration by the Board and NEDA.
•Advises, assists in the identification of resources potential, coordination of interagency work on multi-purpose basic planning, cost allocation, water crisis management.
•Coordinates the review process and development policy guidelines, criteria for planning, evaluation, selection and prioritization of water resources development projects including the rules and regulations for the use and conservation of water resources.
•Reviews and evaluates economic and financial feasibilities of water resources projects and their consequence to the national development plans
•Performs other related functions/tasks that may be assigned by the immediate supervisor from time to time.


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : February 9, 2017
Date of Posting : February 9 -24, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

Economist III SG-18
Item Number: ECO3-40

LOCATION : POLICY & PROGRAM DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job.
Experience : 2 years of relevant experience
Training : 8 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Career Service Professional (Second Level Eligibility)

Duties & Responsibilities:
•Supervises continuing analysis and projections of economic condition and trend as they relate to water resources planning and development;
•Assists the Chief of Section in the review and evaluation of the economic and financial feasibilities of water resources development projects and their congruence to the National Development Plans.
•Formulates and/or refines economic policies, guidelines and methodologies for water resources management and development;
•Supervises the work of personnel engaged in economic studies, plans and researches;
•Other tasks assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor.



Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : January 30, 2017
Date of Posting : January 30 - February 10, 2017

 

POSITION TITLE

Special Investigator III SG-18
Item Number: SPI3 - 50

LOCATION : WATER RIGHTS DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job.
Experience : 2 years of relevant experience
Training : 8 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Career Service Professional (Second Level Eligibility)

Duties & Responsibilities:
• Supervises the evaluation of reports and recommendation of water rights investigators and field deputies;
• Investigates complicated water rights cases;
• Recommends decisions and courses of action to the Executive Director based on his analysis and review of the facts presented;
• Makes written reports of findings to the Chief Water Rights Investigator;
• Receives application for permission to use public waters for private use or purposes;
• Supervises the inspection of public waters and surroundings of properties;
• Receives the request for investigations of controversies between landowners arising of the use of cubic waters;
• Performs other related work which may be assigned by the immediate supervisor.


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : November 7, 2016
Date of Posting : November 7 -21, 2016

 

POSITION TITLE

Special Investigator II SG-15
Item Number: SPI2 - 53

WATER RIGHTS DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job.
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Career Service Professional (Second Level Eligibility)

Duties & Responsibilities:
• Analyzes and determines technical aspects of water utilization;
• Studies and resolves water use conflicts involving technical of difficult question;
• Supervises and reviews the determination, adjudication and granting of water rights;
• Reviews applications for water grants or concessions and resolutions on water rights;
• Performs other related work which may be assigned by the immediate supervisor.

Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : November 7, 2016
Date of Posting : November 7 -21, 2016

 

POSITION TITLE

Administrative Aide VI - SG-6
Item Number: ADA6-14 & ADA6-15

ADMINISTRATIVE & FINANCIAL DIVISION (General Services)

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Completion of two-year studies in college
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Career Service Sub-Professional (First Level Eligibility)

Duties & Responsibilities:
• Prepares drafts of routine office correspondence, indorsement, reports and memorandum of complicated in nature relative to administrative and personal matters;
• Performs liaison work with other offices, follow-up on disposition of important matters;
• Supervises and participates on the work of employees performing a variety of skilled and responsible clerical task and checks their work for accuracy and conformance to establish policies and regulations;
• Performs other related work that maybe assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor

Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : November 7, 2016
Date of Posting : November 7 -December 5, 2016

 

POSITION TITLE

Supervising Public Utilities Reg. Officer SG-22
Item Number: SVPURO-49

LOCATION : MONITORING & ENFORCEMENT DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Bachelor’s degree preferably Mechanical/Electrical Engineering Courses;
Experience : 3 years of relevant experience
Training : 16 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : RA 1080 (Second Level Eligibility)


Duties & Responsibilities:
• Assists the Chief Water Resources Development Officer in advising the Board Members on Engineering matters involving industrial public services and handles the engineering portion of the work of fixing rates for industrial public service;
• Supervises lower technical officers and personnel involved in monitoring of public water utilities;
• Supervises the periodical inspection of industrial public services and evaluates reports and recommendations on the results of inspection of utilities regulation engineer and technicians;
• Assists in the preparation of rules and regulations to be followed in the implementation of the Public Service Act, with regards to water utilities;
• Assists in the preparation of drafts of decisions, orders, indorsements and other office correspondence pertaining to industrial service;
• Performs other related work that may be assigned from time to time by the CWRDO.


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : November 7, 2016
Date of Posting : November 7 -21, 2016

 

POSITION TITLE

Public Utilities Regulation Officer SG-15
Item Number: PURO2 - 54

LOCATION : MONITORING & ENFORCEMENT DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job.
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Career Service Professional (Second Level Eligibility)

Duties & Responsibilities:

• Assists in the preparation of recommendation on application to operate industrial utilities;
• Checks plans, specification and estimates of proposed industrial utilities to determine if lay-out, installation, construction and types of machineries and equipments are adequate and in accordance with the Board requirements and regulations;
• Works/Assists on the inventory and appraisal of machinery and equipment of industrial public utilities to establish values for depreciation and rates determination;
• Determines violators of the rules and regulations of the Board on the franchise and orders report and recommendation;
• Inspect machinery and equipment, meters and instruments to determine whether such installed in accordance with plans submitted to and approved by the Board;
• Performs other related work that may be assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor.


Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : November 7, 2016
Date of Posting : November 7 -21, 2016

 

 

POSITION TITLE

Administrative Aide VI - (SG-6) (Accounting Clerk II)
Item Number: ADA6-10

LOCATION : ADMINISTRATIVE & FINANCIAL DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Completion of two-year studies in college
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Career Service Sub-Professional (First Level Eligibility)

Duties & Responsibilities:

• Examination and posting of official transaction in general subsidiary ledger;
• Analyzes and traces to sources posting to subsidiary ledger which are not of balance with controlling accounts;
• Prepares adjusting journal entries to effect reconciliation between subsidiary and general ledgers;
• Ascertains that all transaction have been properly recorded in the books;
• Constructs and reconciles accounts;
• Analyzes and verifies statements of subsidiary ledger;
• Performs other related duties that maybe assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor

Assessment Process:

1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication : 2016
Date of Posting : 2016

 

POSITION TITLE

Administrative Assistant III
Item Number: ADAS3-1

LOCATION : Office of the Executive Director

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Completion of two-year studies in college or High School Graduate with Relevant vocational/trade course
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Career Service ( Sub-professional ) First level Eligibility


Duties & Responsibilities:
• Performs secretarial duties such as answering telephone calls, receiving and screening visitors, typing official and private correspondence and minutes of meetings, routing incoming/outgoing correspondence on the basis of subject matter and urgency, preparing format for reports and correspondence;
• Keeps daily schedule of the official activities of the Executive Director;
• Furnishes personnel with needed information on official matters;
• Announces staff meetings and other conferences and may attend same as instructed by the Executive Director (or Deputy Executive Director);
• Transmits and follow-up orders and request of other officials and officers;
• Maintains confidential files for the Deputy and Executive Director;
• Performs other related duties which may be assigned by the immediate supervisor.

Assessment Process:
1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication: September 26, 2016
Date of Posting: September 26 – October 7, 2016

 

Reg. No. 13 Province /City / Agency
National Water Resources Board
Position Title Accountant II Item Number: A2-64
ASSIGNED

AFD

Salary Grade
SG-16
Qualification Standards
Education Requirements Bachelor’s degree in Commerce/Business Admin major Accounting
Training Requirements 4 hours of relevant training
Experience Requirements 1 year of relevant experience
Eligibility Requirements RA 1080 (Accountant)
Last Day of Filling
April 22, 2016
Date of Posting April 22-May 20, 2016

 

Reg. No. 13 Province /City / Agency
National Water Resources Board
Position Title Administrative Aide VI (Mechanic II)
ASSIGNED

AFD

Salary Grade
SG-6
Qualification Standards
Education Requirements High School Graduate or completion of relevant vocational/trade course
Training Requirements 4 hours of relevant training
Experience Requirements 1 year of relevant experience
Eligibility Requirements Mechanic (MC 11, S. 96 Category II)
Last Day of Filling
April 6, 2016
Date of Posting October 6, 2015 - April 6, 2016

 

 

POSITION TITLE

ENGINEER II (SG-16)
Item Number: ENGR2-35 & ENGR2-38

LOCATION : POLICY & PROGRAM DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Bachelor’s degree in Engineering relevant to the job
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : RA 1080


Duties & Responsibilities:
• Conducts review and evaluation of integrated development schemes/studies brought before he board for review
• Assists in the review of project priorities, resolution of interagency conflicts of water allocation, refinement of basin guide plans
• Develops guidelines in the establishments of projects priorities for purposes of resolving inter-agency conflicts on water allocations
• Prepare annual accomplishment report of the division including technical reports and write-ups on the water resources sector for boards reference and guidance
• Coordinates with various agencies involved in water resources development and assist in the development of national water resources development plan


Assessment Process:
1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication: July 12, 2016
Date of Posting: July 12 – 29, 2016

 

 

POSITION TITLE

ENGINEER II (SG-16)
Item Number: ENGR2-36

LOCATION : POLICY & PROGRAM DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Bachelor’s degree in Engineering relevant to the job
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : RA 1080

Duties & Responsibilities:
• Supervises the review and analysis of water resources plans, programs and evaluation of reports on projects brought before the board for review
• Supervises compilation and synthesis water resources development plan
• Reviews policy issues and recommended policy statements on water resources sector for consideration by the board
• Coordinates with various agencies in the inventory of program plans and policies related to the water resources sector
• Performs other related duties that maybe assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor.


Assessment Process:
1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.

Date of Publication: July 12, 2016
Date of Posting: July 12 - 29 , 2016

 

POSITION TITLE

TWO ENGINEER II (SG-16)
Item Number: ENGR2-42 and ENGR2-43

LOCATION : MONITORING & ENFORCEMENT DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Education : Bachelor’s degree in Engineering relevant to the job
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : RA 1080


Duties & Responsibilities:
• Supervision and coordinates the activities in the analysis and evaluation of data concerning water resources projects;
• Directs in the preparation of reports needed in water resources projects;
• Examines the structure and monitoring the mechanism used by the private and individual projects;
• Prepares and recommends details of processing and analyzing the data to make them usable in various resources projects;
• Undertakes other duties that maybe assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor.


Assessment Process:
1.Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.

Date of Publication: July 12, 2016
Date of Posting: July 12-29, 2016

 

POSITION TITLE

ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE VI (SG 6)
Item Number: ADA6-8


LOCATION : MONITORING & ENFORCEMENT DIVISION


Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education : Completion of two-year studies in college
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Career Service Sub-Professional (First Level Eligibility)


Duties & Responsibilities:
• Prepares drafts of routine office correspondence indorsements, reports and memorandum of complicated nature relative to administrative and personnel matters;
• Performs liaisons work with other offices, follow-up on disposition of important matters;
• Supervises and participates on the work of employees performing a variety of skilled and responsible clerical task and checks their work for accuracy and conformance to establish policies rules and regulations;
• Performs other related work as maybe assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor


Assessment Process:
1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication: July 12, 2016
Date of Posting : July 12-29, 2016

 

POSITION TITLE

PRECISION INSTRUMENT TECHNICIAN II (SG-8)
Item Number: PITEC2-59

LOCATION : MONITORING & ENFORCEMENT DIVISION

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education : High School Graduate or Completion of relevant vocational/trade course
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility : Equipment Technician (MC 11, s. 96 – Cat. II)

Duties & Responsibilities:


• Tests, calibrates, seals and prepares test reports of water meters in the NWRB Water Meter Laboratory and in the premises of public water utility operator;
• Takes inventory under supervision of Public Utilities Regulation Officer;
• Repairs and maintans one or more types of mechanical and electrical instruments;
• Participates in the work of lower technicians/employees engaged in the same nature of duties;
• Performs other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor.


Assessment Process:
1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. Interview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment ),
d. Photocopy of Eligibility, and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:
*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.

Date of Publication: July 12, 2016
Date of Posting: July 12-29, 2016

 

POSITION TITLE

PUBLIC UTILITIES REGISTRATION OFFICER I (SG-11)
Item Number: PURO-154

LOCATION : Water Utilities Division

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education : Bachelor’s degree
Experience : None required
Training : None required
Eligibility : Career Service Professional ( Second Level Eligibility)


Duties & Responsibilities:
• Examines application and evaluates the evidences submitted in cases involving application and/or petitions for approval, reduction, revision, and/or increase in rate of public services on schedules thereof, and application for certificates of public convenience (CPC, CPCN);
• Reports/Recommends on the analysis and evaluation made relative to application for certificates of public convenience and certificate of public convenience and necessity, application, to extend water services, increase/revise water rates, approval to of scale and transfer/deed of donation, turn-over, etc.
Analyses and studies financial statements on reports submitted in evidence in cases heard for the determination of just and reasonable rates, schedules thereof to obviate discrimination or undue preferences between different classes of customers or public utilities and/or operators;
• Prepares utilities drafts of decisions and orders thereon recommends the proper rates or schedule of rates and
• Performs other related work


Assessment Process:
1. Initial Assessment Steps
a. Personnel & Records Section Pre –screening
b. Personnel Selection Board (PSB) screening (Paper Evaluation)
2. Further Assessment Steps
a. nterview
b. Other work-related written examinations


Documentary Requirements:
*All interested qualified applicants shall submit the following to the Personnel & Records Section, 8th Floor NIA Bldg. EDSA, Q.C., or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

a. Letter of application,
b. Updated Personal Data Sheet,
c. Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) ( for Promotional Appointment )
d. Photocopy of Eligibility and
e. Photocopies of Certificate of Trainings/Seminars attended.

*Applicant who fail to submit complete documentary requirements as prescribed shall not be included in the evaluation.


Other Relevant Information:

*Candidate/s found by the PSB to have met the Minimum Qualification Requirements and successfully hurdled the Assessment Process will be certified by the PSB as qualified for appointment/promotion to the subject vacancy.


Date of Publication: July 12, 2016
Date of Posting: July 12-29, 2016