LIST OF VACANT P0SITI0NS (DENR IV-B)

    Download as of July 2016

 

ACCEPTANCE 0F APPLICATI0N F0R VACANT P0SITI0NS

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)

REMINDER:

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

 


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Wounded DENR employee gets honors, promotion

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Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Secretary Roy Cimatu today personally handed Joselito Eyala a Certificate of Commendation at Room 640 in Philippine General Hospital where the latter is confined and awaiting surgery to remove bullets lodged in his palate and back.

Secretary Cimatu lauds Eyala, a forester at DENR Palawan, for his “remarkable dedication to public service, bravery, and leadership” when he and his team apprehended timber poachers and confiscated an unregistered chainsaw in Sitio Casicaan, Barangay Bacungan, Puerto Princesa on August 23, 2017 at around 5:00 pm.

The owner of the chainsaw, Florante Saycon, retaliated by firing a homemade gun that hit Eyala at the back. Eyala sustained two gunshot wounds that rendered him unconscious.

When he regained consciousness, Eyala crawled into the Casicaan River and allowed the current to carry him for five hours. He then walked and crawled in the middle of the night until he was able to get help at around 1:00 am the following day.

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