Notice of Vacant Positions
Posted on October 12, 2021
The office of the Secretary – Department of Science and Technology is looking for qualified personnel to fill up four (4) ASSOCIATE SCIENTIST and one (1) ASSISTANT SCIENTIST (Permanent) positions stated in the attached Annex.
Interested and qualified applicants may submit their requirements personally, through mail or online on or before 29 October 2021. For applications submitted online, it is expectec that original copies will be presented to the DOST–Office of the Undersecretary for R&D for verification within 10 calendar days. Only those applications with complete requirements as enumerated below shall be entertained.
- Application Letter
- Personal Data Sheet(CSC Form 212, Revised 2017) with latest passport size ID picture & Work Experience sheet
- Photocopy of Transcript of Records
- Photocopy of Diploma
- Authenticated Certificate of Eligibility / Board Exam
- Certificate/s of Training, Seminars and Awards
- Performance Evaluation Rating in the last period or its equivalent
- Certificate of Previous Employment with No Pending Administrative Change
- Copy of valid NBI Clearance
Please send your letter of application with complete documentation to:
DR. ROWENA CRISTINA L. GUEVARRA
Undersecretary for Research and Development
Department of Science and Technology
2nd Floor, ADMATEL Bldg, DOST Compound
Gen. Santos Ave., Bicutan, Taguig City
As an advocate of the Equal Employment Opportunity Principle (EEOP), the DOST-Central Office encourage and welcomes all applicants regardless of age, religion, political affiliation including persons with disability, members of indigeneous communities, and those from anyy sexual orientation and gender identities.
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Career Recruitment Program maps G12 tertiary education goals, future careers
by: Christine V. Ordinario
The Life Career Development Program (LCDP) of Philippine Science High School – Cagayan Valley Campus (PSHS–CVC), in collaboration with the Guidance Services Unit, spearheaded a virtual Career Recruitment Program on anchored on guiding and mapping the Grade 12 scholars’ tertiary education goals and future careers anchored on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics last September 30, 2021, via Zoom.
The event also aimed to develop the Grade 12 students to become vocationally mature individuals who can set their career goals early on and eventually achieve these goals in the future.
At the same time, this activity was also an avenue for colleges and universities to promote their Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) courses and programs.
The higher education institutions that graced the event include the Ateneo de Manila University, Mapua University, and Miriam College.
The alumni tracking study in 2015 conducted by the Research, Policy, and Academics Division (RPAD) of the Philippine Science High School System revealed that there was an apparent lack of career goal among PSHS scholars.
For this reason, PSHS–CVC came up with program that develops the career consciousness of the students.
In addition to the Career Recruitment Program, the LCDP also initiated the Scholarship Talk which was conducted on October 5, 2021.
"There are more Career Recruitment Programs coming up within the school year. Another round of Patunduan is also a program that students should look forward to," stated Mr. Jay–Ar A. Mapilis, the school’s LCDP Coordinator.#
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PSHS-CVC Batch 2015 alumna places 4th in Met Eng'g Board
by: Christine V. Ordinario
Image from PSHSS Website
A Batch 2015 alumna of Philippine Science High School – Cagayan Valley Campus (PSHS–CVC) copped the 4th spot in the October 2021 Metallurgical Engineering Licensure Examination.
Kasel V. Balubal, CVC alumna from Tuguegarao City and a Metallurgical Engineering graduate of the University of the Philippines Diliman, took the exams through face–to–face modality conducted in Manila on October 2–4, 2021.
In a virtual interview, Engr. Balubal revealed that one of the challenges she had to deal with before and during the exam was balancing her time between studying and working for a non-government organization.
She said she also became anxious about the exam, felt down, and thought she did bad that she might not even get a passing grade.
When asked about the factors that paved her way to landing fourth in the exams, she said, "My goal was only to pass. Being a topnotcher was only a low-key goal for me."
She has been away from home for nine years for her high school and college education, and she thanks her family for always being very supportive to her.
She also thanked her friends that even in the time of pandemic, she had a strong support system. Even if their engagements were limited to virtual meetings, discord calls, and online sharing of notes, she knew she was around people who understood her.
Her words of inspiration to the current Pisay students who would like to follow her path was simple but meaningful, "do the best that you are able to and don’t forget to rest. If you find it hard to believe in yourself, then believe in the people who believe in you."#
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Notice of Vacancy
Posted on October 8, 2021
Industrial Technology Development Institute (ITDI) announces 1 (one) Vacant Position for the post Science Research Specialist II in the Materials Science Division (MSD) with Item Number ITDIB-SRAS2-31-1998.
For the complete details of the said post, please click here.
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Join the RACE to be a Pisay scholar
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