4Ps Licensed Teachers: Priority for Teacher I position

San Fernando City – Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries who passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers are prioritized for the hiring of newly-created Teacher I positions.

A total of 224 beneficiaries from the eight schools’ divisions in the region were reported, 95 of which are in Pangasinan I while  78 in Pangasinan II.

The other SDOs are La Union, Alaminos City, Ilocos Sur, Vigan City, Urdaneta City, and San Carlos City.

In Division Order 2017-0581, DepEd mandates the hiring of these 4Ps beneficiaries meeting the required minimum qualifications for the Teacher I position.


1st regional virtual conference of Admin personnel conducted

San Fernando City – A two-day regional conference of personnel in the Administrative Division (AD) was conducted virtually via MS Teams on August 3-4.

Said conference discussed the challenges and gaps experienced by the different sections and units under the AD namely Asset Management Section, Cash Section, General Services Unit, Personnel Section, Records Section, and the Payroll Section.

The Key Results Areas of each section and unit, the first semestral accomplishment report for 2021, and areas of concerns with recommended actions were also presented to the administrative personnel of the different Schools Division Offices (SDOs).

SDO participants for the conference include their Administrative Officer V with their section heads in the cash, personnel, property and supply, records, and general services offices.

Ilocos Norte, Vigan City, Dagupan City, Pangasinan II division offices presented their best practices which focus on the health of personnel as its top priority during this time of pandemic.

Assistant Regional Director Ronald B. Castillo underscores the improvement of services to better serve the learners and stakeholders in the process.

Meanwhile, Atty. Rhea Joy L. Carbonell, Chief Administrative Officer encouraged everyone to do their part, share accountability, and keep the coordination and collaboration efforts of DepEd RO I and SDOs personnel. 


Human Resource Management Officers Meeting conducted

 San Fernando City – The Personnel Section of the Administrative Division conducted the Human Resource Management Officers (HRMOs) meeting virtually on August 27.

Updates on the Policy Guidelines and the standard checklists of requests for Equivalents Record Form (ERF), reclassification of positions, and conversion of positions were presented before the HRMOs of the different schools divisions.

Attaining the Maturity Level II for the PRIME HRM for its process on recruitment, selection and placement, the functions of the Personnel Section in the processing of personnel benefits and welfare, systematic and orderly safekeeping of human resource files, sensitive employee data and information were also highlighted.


UHRMIS implemented in the Regional Office

San Fernando City – Key personnel in the regional office oriented on the new Unified Human Resource Management Information System (UHRMIS).

The UHRMIS, developed by German Junio, computer programmer of the regional office I, is a desktop application which aims to facilitate the management of records and information of all DepEd RO I employees, casuals, and job orders.

Among the employees’ information that can be accessed and updated in the system is their Personal Data Sheet, Service Records, Leave Credits, Daily Time Record, Loyalty Schedules, Step Increment Schedules, issued equipment, IPCRF, Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth Forms, Pay Slips, Office Trainings and Seminars.

Almadin V. Domingo, Information Technology Officer I of Laoag City division office, presented their UHRMIS which facilitates the storage and retrieval of human resource-related data like the Personal Services Itemization and Plantilla of Personnel or PSIPOP. 

“This responds to accelerate the digital transformation as mandated in the Medium-Term Development Plan, such systems are characterized as system development which increases personnel transparency both essential to personal growth and professional development and produce more organized office processes and generate audit system mechanism,” Ronald B. Castillo, assistant regional director, said.


Development of payroll system in the RO initiated

San Fernando City – The development of a payroll system aligned with the Government Services Insurance System and PAGIBIG systems was initiated by the Administrative Division with the Information Communications Technology Unit.

Said system, which will be utilized by the Personnel Section and the Payroll Services Unit, will be more facilitative in the timely payment of remittances, more efficient payroll services to better service regional office and the schools division offices, as well.

“This is a venue that instills transparency if the employees’ payroll is constantly updated, likewise, innovation and enhancement of the system can be made,” Atty. Rhea Joy L. Carbonell, Chief Administrative Officer, said.

All News by Herminia F. Anwoju, Teaching Credentials Evaluator II, Administrative Division