City needs 67 more employees-A A +A
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
THE City Government of Davao still needs a total of 67 personnel to be assigned to various departments of the City Hall.
Based on the latest notice of vacant positions issued by Erwin Alparaque, acting chief of the City Hall Human Resource Management Office (HRMO) dated December 14, the vacant job postings range from job order positions to regular ones.
Of the 19 departments of the City Hall, the office of the City Administrator has the most number of vacant slots with 13 to be filled in, followed by the City Engineer's Office with 10 vacant positions.
Fourteen City Hall departments also requested for personnel augmentation, including the City Council, which requested eight more personnel.
The 76 vacant positions are almost 50 percent lower than what have been posted by HRMO last October wherein 110 vacant positions were up for occupancy.
The following are the remaining department at the City Hall with the number of vacancies posted: City Accountant's Office, 2; City Agriculturist Office, 5; City Assessor's Office, 2; City Civil Registrar, 4; City Environment and Natural Resources, 2; General Services Office, 5; City Health Office, 4; City Legal Office, 1; City Mayor's Office, 3; City Social Services and Development Office, 2; and City Treasurer's Office, 4.
The vacant positions include administrative personnel for various offices, animal keeper, cemetery caretaker, development officer, engineers, IT professionals, market inspectors, transportation regulations officer, agriculturists, aquaculturist, special agent, local assessment operations personnel, registration officers, building inspector, construction and maintenance general foreman, draftsman, machinist, welder, environmental management specialist, security officer, dental aide, rural health physician, sanitation inspector, statistician, lawyer, drivers, bookbinder, and day care workers, among others. (JOP)
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on December 20, 2011.