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1. Application letter indicating the PREFERRED POSITION and PLACE OF ASSIGNMENT addressed to the Regional Director and/or to the SPB Chairman

2. Attachments

    a. Personal Data Sheet (PDS) (CSC form 212 revised 2005) with passport size picture (computer-generated picture will not be accepted)

    b. School Records (TOR and Diploma)

    c. Eligibility (CSC and/or PRC ID and Board Results)

    d. Two (2) rating period of VS Performance (for Promotion Application)


Please refer to the CSC minimum requirements. Those who do not meet the minimum Qualification Standard, need not to apply.


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1515, L & S Building, Roxas Boulevard, Ermita, Manila
Telephone number (02) 405-01-57 or (02) 988-33-67 local 2700
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“No longer just pen and paper”

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“No longer just pen and paper.” This was the sigh of relief of Arnil Junia, a forest protection officer of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) attending a training on proper gun handling, operation, and firing by the Philippine National Police on November 8, 2017.

Forester Junia shared how demoralizing it is for a field officer to face armed violators without any tool but pen and paper. He added that their lives as forest officers are often in danger every time they apprehend illegal loggers, kaingineros, and wildlife poachers.

Another forest protection officer, Mark Anthony Gabuco, shared that, more often than not, they encounter violent resistance when they apprehend violators. Gabuco emphasized the need to improve their capacity to defend themselves so they can efficiently perform their job as law enforcer.

Junia and Gabuco, both from Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) Brooke’s Point, are among the 143 forest officers undergoing training on law enforcement and forest protection in Puerto Princesa on November 6-10, 2017. Apart from gun handling and test firing, the training also includes lectures on  read more...


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