Tuesday, November 21, 2017

How to Join Presidential Security Group (PSG) | Qualification, Benefits, Salary and Recruitment Info

What is PSG?
The Presidential Security Group (PSG) is the lead agency tasked with providing security to the President of the Philippines, the Vice President of the Philippines, and their immediate families.
The PSG is stationed at MalacaƱang Palace, the official residence of the President. Members of the PSG also accompany the President on both domestic and overseas trips.

Roles of PSG
The role of the PSG is to provide protective security to the following:
-          The President and their immediate families.
-          Former Presidents and their immediate families.
-          MalacaƱang Palace (Seat of Government).
-          Visiting heads of states or diplomats and Cabinet Members and their families traveling with them.
The Presidential Security Group also have other functions, such as providing support to other government agencies. They assist the AFP and PNP in its anti-organized-crime undertakings, usually authorized by the Office of the President. They also conduct community service efforts in local communities and maintain and secure all facilities and transportation assets used by the Office of the President and Vice President in doing its regular and non-regular functions.
They are also mandated to provide close protection for ex-presidents for life.

Qualification:
-Male/Female 
-Filipino Citizen 
-College Grad or w/ minimum 72 units and TESDA certificate 
-18 to 26 Years Old-Physically and Mentally Fit 
- Height: 5’6’’ for Female & 5’8” for Male 
-With excellent pleasing personally

Initial Requirements:
-Resume
-Photocopy of NSO Birth Certificate 
-2 pcs 2x2 picture w/ white background 
-1 pc full body picture with white background

Salary and Benefits (To be updated)
Opportunity to join one of the elite forces of the AFPOpportunity to protect the President both local and abroadGreat retirement benefits

Recruitment Info
Screening of applicants started last September 18, 2017 at PSG Headquarters, Malacanang Palace, Manila.
For more details please call 0906-441-9810

Monday, November 06, 2017

PCG Aptitude Battery Test Results CY 2017 |List of Passers #PCGABT #CoastGuard

Manila – The Philippine Coast Guard(PCG) is happy to announce the names of individuals listed in the embedded file below who successfully passed the PCG Aptitude Battery Test for Enlistment conducted this Calendar Year-2017.


The official results was released last Saturday, November 3.

The second phase of the application process will be announce soon thru PCG’s website.All passers are advised to stay tuned.

Herewith the official result of PCGABT 2017


View Results on Facebook : 2017 PCG ABT List of Passers

NOTICE:

1. This pertains to the list of Applicants who successfully passed the PCGABT conducted for CY 2017.

2. Applicants who successfully passed the PCGABT shall undergo Physical Fitness Test (PFT), Dental Examination, NP Test and Medical Examination which part of the Recruitment Process.
3. Guidelines for PFT are as follows:

a) Applicants shall secure a copy of Processing Form from O/CG-1. For applicants in PCG Districts, Processing Form can be downloaded from www.coastguard.gov.ph

b) PFT to all Manila Applicants will be scheduled by the Special Service Office in coordination with the Recruitment Branch. Only 100 applicants per day will be accommodated for PFT by the SSO. First to undergo the PFT will be the first 100 applicants, followed by the next 100 applicants, and so on.

c) PFT to applicants from PCG Districts will be scheduled by the District Athletic Officer and shall be posted on the PCG Official FB Account, www.facebook.com/pcgrecruitmentbranch

d) All applicants should have a duly notarized Physical Fitness and Release of Liability (PFRL) Form before conduct of PFT. NO PFRL, NO PFT shall be strictly implemented. PFRL can be downloaded from www.coastguard.gov.ph

e) Applicants shall ensure that their processing will be signed by the Athletic Officer after the conduct of PFT.

f) Applicants who will not appear on their PFT schedule, shall be re-scheduled on a later day.

g) Applicants from PCG Districts who opts to process their application in Manila shall be scheduled for PFT after finishing the PFT of all Manila Applicants.

Source: PCG Recruitment Branch

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

NAPOLCOM Exam Results for October 2017 | Passers List #Entrance #Promotional

Those awaiting results of October 22, 2017 National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) exam for the Philippine National Police (PNP) entrance and promotional examinations can find here the complete list of passers and top 20 as the commission is expexted to release results in 2-3 months after the exam.

The list of successful examiners can be viewed through these links once available from NAPOLCOM.

RESULTS PAGES


Top 20

Superintendent 

Police Inspector 

Senior Police Officer

Police Officer

PNP Entrance


According to National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) over 44,002 examiners took the exam  on October 22 in designated testing centers nationwide.

A total of 3,217 of the 29,691 examinees for the PNP entrance test and 2,872 of the 14,311 police examiners for promotional tests took the PNP exams in the National Capital Region (NCR) testing centers, namely, Makati High School, Pitogo High School, Benigno Aquino High School and Fort Bonifacio High School, all in Makati City.

The exam cover the qualifying examination for Police Officer I and the promotional examinations for Police Officer (for PO2 and PO3); Senior Police Officer (for SPO1 to SPO4); Police Inspector (for Inspector and Senior Inspector); and Police Superintendent (for Chief Inspector and Superintendent).

The PNP entrance examination consists of questions on general information, verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning and logical reasoning; while the promotional examinations include general information, police administration and operations, and police customs and tradition/values and ethical standards.

Monday, October 30, 2017

How to Join CAFGU | Recruitment Info #CAA # SCAA

What is CAFGU


The Civilian Armed Forces Geographical Units (CAFGU) are paramilitary units composed largely of volunteer reservists organized into companies of 88 personnel that are handled by a squad of regular troops responsible for providing guidance and control. As of 2015, there were 53,004 CAFGU members deployed to the 14 battalions of the Philippine Army which administer the CAFGU units.

CAFGUs are the ones giving information to their cadres since they have access to the different areas, have complete knowledge of the terrain, and they are the direct contacts in the community. CAFGUs have the advantage in protecting their villages from outside threats as they are more familiar with their own communities.

 Civilian Armed Forces Geographical Units | Photo : FB/ SaludoSaCafgu

Members undergo a basic 30-45 day Basic Military training program that focuses on firearms and small-unit tactics; receive free health care, an initial clothing allowance, and a small stipend of 2,700 to 8,000 pesos per month; are armed with M16s, M14s, and carbines; remain subject to military law and regulations; and must wear uniforms.

There are two types of CAFGUs: the CAFGU Active Auxiliaries (CAA), which are organized under the direct supervision of the army and receives living allowances from the AFP; and the Special CAFGU Active Auxiliaries (SCAA), which receive living allowances from companies or LGUs that employ them to secure areas or business establishments. Special Civilian Armed Forces Geographical Units (SCAAs), funded by private business and Local Government Units (LGUs) and under the operational control of the AFP, were authorized by a 1989 Directive of Chief of Staff General Renato de Villa.


General Duties of CAFGU

  • Act as force multipliers of the AFP in in securing the local communities against lawless elements under the unit’s Area of Responsibility (AOR).
  • Strengthen the visibility of the armed forces at the same time to support the police in building community relations as well.
  • Augmented to different patrol bases to assist in the community development activities and assistance, as well as in the campaign against threats in the locality.
  • To help AFP in the delivery of services to the community particularly in times of calamities.

How to Join CAFGU

According to an article published by Business Mirror, as of 2015, the recruitment of CAFGU members (particularly CAA) was put on hold in compliance with the provisions of the General Appropriations Act Fiscal Year 2015 (GAA FY 2015).

As stated by Section 3 of the General Provisions of GAA FY 2015 provided “No new Cafgus shall be recruited for training and the corresponding costs attendant to the training of existing Cafgus shall be gradually scaled down in anticipation of its planned demobilization as a result of the implementation of the Revised AFP Modernization Program.”

However, in some conflict prone areas in the country the Local Governments Units has the authority to request the Armed Forces of the Philippines to still establish a company of Special CAFGU Active Auxiliary (SCAA) to deter criminalities and terror attacks. The City LGU then will shoulder the monthly allowance and uniforms of SCAA members while the AFP is mandated for the training, arming, and supervision of militiamen.

Big private companies are also allowed by the military to hire SCAA to prevent their getting taxed by insurgents. For example, the DM Consunji company in Mindanao, they hire company guards trained by military as Special CAFGU Active Auxiliary (SCAA) to secure their various plantations.

Qualification for CAFGU

Here are the Selection Criteria for Appointment to CAFGU Active Auxiliary:
  • Volunteer Reservist
  • Natural-born Filipino citizen
  • Preferably belonging to the First Category Reserve/
  • Age profile (18-35 years x old)
  • Not more than 51 years old
  • Bonafide resident of the community
  • Physically and mentally fit for combat duty
  • Good moral character
  • No criminal record or pending criminal case
  • Nominated by the Barangay Peace and Order Council or
  • Municipal Peace and Order Council
  • At least high school level and physically fit to perform duty
Those who want to be recruited are required to present National Statistics Office birth certificate and clearances from Barangay, police and mayor’s office.


CAFGU Salary and Benefits

In order to ensure the welfare of Cafgus, the Army facilitates special benefits for them, including individual clothing and individual equipment, scholarship for dependents; maintenance of Cafgu bases; Philippine Health Insurance Corp. benefit; and insurance benefits. CAA are also entitled to P150 subsistence allowance daily, or a total of P4,500 or P4,650 per month. Currently, the CAA under Task Force Davao are enjoying a monthly salary of P7, 400.

CAFGUs who are employed under private companies may have bigger allowances and benefits.


Latest CAFGU Recruitment News

Samal LGU to hire 120 CAFGUs



Sources: GlobalSecurity | SaludoSaCAFGU | BusinessMirror

Friday, October 27, 2017

How to get Permanent Work in the Philippine Government | Benefits, Qualifications, Req'ts, & Steps

There are times in your life thinking what career to take or push through, are you going to take a risk or continue to get going. Maybe you’re contemplating a change in your life and seem to get on a new journey. Possibly, you might be considering applying for a government job. Having a permanent work in the Philippine Government is the dream for most people in the country; it is because of job security, competitive salary packages and other benefits one could get; who doesn’t want a job with all these secured benefits?

To get know more about the perks and benefits of a permanent government employee in the Philippines could offer you, below are the following:

-Enjoying Security of Tenure which means employee could not be easily remove from the service without any valid reason. Once you are appointed to the service, you are allowed to stay in the service until the age of 65 except you will chose to resign or avail early retirement from the service.

-Offers better compensation as compared to other private companies, but doesn’t intend that private employees received smaller rate. Also there are private companies that are giving salaries higher than what a usual government employee could receive.

-Enjoy a two-day off in a week or Saturday and Sunday off which is regularly not practiced in private companies.

-Entitled to a 15 days vacation leave and 15 days sick leave in a year. They have the option to consume these leave credits until the day of their retirement except the 5 days of mandatory leave or force leave which they have to utilize within the year. They can save as much as 25 leave credits in a year convertible to cash upon retirement while on the other hand public teachers can avail a two month with pay during vacation.

-Can join the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) and the Social Security System (SSS), two of the country’s major retirement plan companies at the same time unlike private employees they can only become an SSS member.

-Receives midyear bonus every may and end year bonus every November, earlier than those who are working in private companies.

Careers in the Government | Photo : PhilJobNet.Gov

If you are persuaded with all the perks above, here are the specific qualifications, requirements and steps needed in order to get a permanent work in the Philippine government:

QUALIFICATIONS

Education:
-You must be Bachelor’s Degree holder while some other entry level positions accept college undergrad or High School diploma.

Experience:
-This consists of related professional working experience as well as internship experience for fresh graduates.

Trainings:
-Those candidates who have relevant trainings and seminars attended are often chosen by the government agencies.

Eligibility: 
-Must have Civil Service Eligibility, PRC license and/or special qualifications (i.e. cum laude)

REQUIREMENTS


Application Letter
- Prepare an application letter addressed to the director specifying the position and the name of the agency you are applying for.

Personal Data Sheet
- Provide a duly accomplished revised PDS 2017 form, affix with your recent passport size photo, community tax certificate, thumb mark and signified by the person administering oath.

 If Applicable 
- Copy of latest performance rating, certificate of employment and certificate of trainings attended.

Transcript of Record
- In every requirement for a job vacancy it is necessary to provide transcript of record but in most cases, your certificate of eligibility or any corresponding document will also be needed by the agency.

APPLICATION STEPS


Step #1. Publication of vacant positions for at least 10 calendar days which you can view via online.

Step #2. Preliminary evaluation including assessment and review of requirements and examination.

Step #3. Deliberation of the Human Resource Merit Promotion and Selection Board.

Step #4. Appointment by the Head of Agency.

Step #5. Verification of Civil Service Commission (CSC)

If you are one of those job seekers who would like to have a steady moving career, maybe applying in the government sector would be the best option for you.

All the details and information mention above are just the specific requirements, qualifications and steps needed in applying for a permanent spot in the government and could subject into changes and additions depends on the positions and agencies. 

Contributor : Rhea E.

Alternative Medicine || 15 Super Fruits that can fight and protect you from cancers

Fruit is one of the most delicious foods available.  The best thing is that all fruits are beneficial to our body. They offer vitamins and minerals that our body needs to be in optimum health.  Some go beyond and can be helpful in dealing with one of the most delicate diseases that exist: cancer. Cancer is an illness that claims the lives of many people every year. The primary reason for such a high transience rate of cancer is due to abnormal behaviors of particular cells, which typically results in cancer cell progression, tumor growth and metastasis.

There are treatments that are probably works for someone but not to everyone, since cancer have different types. But one component that almost all natural treatments seem to have in common is diet, so it is very essential to learn and understand which foods aggravate cancer and which foods help keep it at bay.

Many cancer survivors have been fortunate enough to use a combination of natural cancer treatments themselves at home, in conjunction with conventional medical treatments, in order to overcome their disease. Today, the early combination of chemotherapy and nutrition therapy is able to save the lives of thousands of cancer patients. Because of that, we are going to show you some anti-cancer fruits that you should include in your diet to avoid this illness.

Soursop Fruit or Graviola



This “superfruit” is tropical spiny green prized species of the Annona plant genus. It boasts a dense array of phytonutrients and antioxidants that studies show are highly effective at destroying cancer cells and warding off chronic disease. Soursop is rich in B vitamins, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and iron. The tree is called graviola in Brazil. Soursop contains prickly green fruit that happens kill cancer 10,000 times more than the chemotherapy drugs¬ — without harmful side effects to healthy cells. Extracts of the tree selectively kill the malignant cells overcoming the 12 types of cancer including breast, colon, liver, lung, prostate and pancreatic.

Goji Berry or Chinese Wolfberry



This fruit has been the core of Traditional Chinese Medicine for thousands of years and one of the most well considered berries in Asia. Research shows that it’s helpful in providing strength and extending lifespan. Known scientifically as Lycium barbarum, goji berry has been extensively researched with regards to cancer, where it’s shown high immunoactivity. Human trials involving the use of Lycium barbarumpolysaccharide, or LBP, as a cancer treatment have led to positive outcomes in tumor regression. Administration of polysaccharide protein complexes derived from goji berry have shown benefits in stopping the growth and spread of cancer cells.

Gardenia Fruit or Zhi Zhi



The Nutritional Oncology Research Institute (NORI) has developed a unique approach to treating cancer that involves consuming a methionine-restricted, selenium-rich diet that essentially starves cancer cells of the nutrients they need to live. One of the fruits the protocol focuses on most is gardenia fruit, or zhi zi. This fruit contains abundant amounts of a compound known as genipin that’s been scientifically shown to trigger apoptosis (programmed cell death) in cancer cells by generating excess reactive oxygen species, or ROS. Consumption of gardenia fruit directly inhibits a mitochondrial protein known as UCP2.  This protein acts as a protector of cancer cells, shielding them from oxidative stress by inhibiting mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation. Put simply, gardenia fruit is potently anti-tumoral while exhibiting selective toxicity only against malignant cells.

Camu Camu



The world’s richest source of natural vitamin C, camu camu (Myrciaria dubia) is a powerhouse of anti-aging and anti-cancer nutrition. A wild feature that grows all along the banks of the Amazon River in South America, camu camu is a potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory “superfood.” Studies have shown is effective in combating a host of chronic illnesses, including cancer.
Since it’s an anti-mutagenic fruit, camu camu prevents the types of genetic mutations in the body that lead to cancer tumors. Camu camu is also hepatoprotective, meaning it protects the liver against the potentially cancer-causing effects of chronic toxicity and toxin overload.

Citrus Fruit (Orange, Lemon, Lime)

Obviously the most familiar of the fruits listed here are the basic citrus varieties like orange, lemon, and lime. All of these are powerfully anti-cancer in their own respective rites. Citrus fruit is rich source of vitamin C and inherently anti-cancer because it targets damaging free radicals, plus it boosts immune function, all while helping the body to naturally overcome the damaging effects of carcinogenic exposure. It inhibits the growth of new blood vessels that serve as the energy and nutrition delivery mechanisms for cancer tumors. People who consume high amounts of citrus fruit on a regular basis, studies show, have a reduced risk of developing lung cancer, colon cancer, and many other types of cancer. Citrus fruit is also amazingly chemoprotective and anti-metastatic, helping healthy cells to flourish while selectively targeting for elimination all rogue cells that contribute to cancer.

Cranberries



Among the best anti-cancer fruits are cranberries,  which are rich in antioxidants.  The specific antioxidant that we find in cranberries is anthocyanin. The anthocyanin, the ellagic acid, and the uroline that are contained in blueberriesminimize the free radicals in DNA that can cause cancer.
These also kill off harmful cells and decrease the growth of cancer cells of the mouth, colon, breasts, and prostate. Vitamin C is another vitamin that helps prevent cancer.  It is found in abundance in this small and delicious fruit. This captures the free radicals and protects the DNA cells at the same time it inhibits the growth of tumors.

Grapes



Grapes are second in importance on the list of anti-cancer fruit and should be added to your diet whenever possible. There is a natural compound in the grape peels called resveratrol which is found in abundance in dark red and black grapes. It has been proven that the treatment of colon cancer cells with the compound resveratrol significantly reduces the activity of ornithine decarboxylase. This enzyme is the culprit of the growth of cancer cells.  The less of this in your body, the better. The effects of grapes are not only positive against the growth of colon cancer, but they also help reduce the risk of developing simple tumors in the breasts and the prostate gland.

Avocado



This anti cancer fruit is rich in good fats. Avocados are a great source of antioxidant gluten. This helps to destroy and eliminate free radicals that normally mutate our DNA.  They also can cause the growth of cancerous cells.

Avocados also have a high content of vitamin C. Remember that this captures the free radicals and protects the DNA cells, which inhibits the formation of tumors. The carotenoids found in avocados  (beta carotene, alfa-carotene, and zeaxanthin) help prevent cancer of the breast, prostate and oral cancer. The abundance of vitamin E found in avocados drastically reduces the incidence of breast cancer.

Pineapple



One of the anti-cancer fruits loved by everyone is, without a doubt, pineapple.
The Bromelian enzyme found in Pineapples helps breaking up the protective layer in tumors and makes normal cells healthier and stronger. This wonderful enzyme is in the stem as well as in the fruit of the pineapple plant. The anti-inflammatory and anti coagulant effects of the bromelain increase your immunity. This makes our body even more effective in the fight against cancer.

Apples



The old proverb of ” An apple a day keeps the doctor away” is providing to be true.
Eating apples everyday could slash risk of up to five different types of cancer, according to the research. This fruit is high in flavanoids, compounds that are thought to reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease and it acts as antioxidants by scavenging free radicals that are destructive to your genes and by supporting normal inflammation control. Procyanidins, found in apples, can induce apoptosis, or natural death, in cancer cells. Apple peel also contains compounds called triterpenoids that are highly effective in stopping the growth of cancer cells, especially those cancers diagnosed in liver, colon and breast. This is primarily why it is highly advised to eat the skin of apples after they are washed thoroughly.

Pomegranate



If an apple a day doesn’t keep the doctor away, its look-alike cousin the Pomegrante just might. They are study found that a substance in pomegranates can slow or even stop the growth of breast cancer tumors. The study published in Cancer Prevention Research, found 10 phytochemicals in pomegranates that seem to inhibit the growth of estrogen-responsive breast tumors. Pomegranate is rich in tannins and flavonoids, both antioxidants which have drawn attention for their healing properties. Preliminary research suggests pomegranate extract can help prevent the growth of cancers in breast, colon, lung and prostate.


Kiwi


Kiwi is well-known for its high vitamin C content, boasting even more than oranges. It is also a powerful antioxidant, as Vitamin C prevents free radical damage. Kiwi consists of flavonoids and carotenoids that protect DNA from the damage or oxidative stress that is cancer. Being packed with vitamins, kiwi is a strong immune booster. It proves its effectiveness in healing different cancers such as in breast, liver, lung and stomach:

Kiwi extracts inhibit cancer cell proliferation, and its active photochemical, catechin, helps in the prevention of cancer and reduces the toxicity of anti-cancer agents.

Jack Fruit



A recent research study has said that jackfruit, along with other health benefits, also has the ability to treat and prevent cancer.

According to an article published by Foodfacts, jack fruits conyains lignans and saponins, which are beneficial phytonutrients that have been shown to offer abti-cancer properties. Lignans have been found to help block the effects of the hormone estrogen, which may decrease risk of hormone associated cancers (uterine, ovarian, breast and prostate). Saponins, on the other hand, are known to optimize immune function and reduce risk of heart disease.


Dragon Fruit



Eating dragon fruit can help the body maintain such normal function as ridding the body of toxic heavy metals and improved eyesight. Lycopene, responsible for red color in dragon fruit, has been shown linked with a lower prostate cancer risk and heart disease.


Mangoes
mangoes fight cancers


Consumption of natural fruits rich in carotenes, like mangoes, is known to help protect the body from lung and oral cavity cancers.

Several trial studies suggest that polyphenolic antioxidant compounds in magoes are known to offer protection against breast and colon cancers.

Mangosteen

mangosten xantones cancer theraphy


The mangosteen fruit (Garcinia Mangostana L.) is grown in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, India and several other countries. Most of the scientific research on this fruit involves about a half dozen of the two dozen known xanthones in this fruit. Most of the xantones in Mangosteen have yet to be researched. Mangosteen has a wide range of benefits, perhaps most result from its xanthone phytoceuticals/antioxidants.

Research shows that this tropical fruit can boost the immune system, decrease inflammation and even fight cancer. One Brazilian study even showed that an extract of mangosteen had both antimicrobial and anti tumor abilities and therefore has therapeutic potential in treating infectious disease as well as cancer

Eating fruit is the best way to get vitamins and minerals that our bodies need.  That’s why we should never get rid of them from our diet.

References: Collective Evolution | TheTruthAboutCancer
Contributor : Rhea E.

Sunday, October 15, 2017

How to Join as Jail Officer in BJMP | Qualification, Req'ts and Salary for JO1

Manila, Philippines - The Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, a line agency under the Department of the Interior and Local Government mandated for the safekeeping and development of all city, district and municipal inmates in the country, are in need of applicants.

General  Qualification for Jail Officer 1

No person shall be appointed as uniformed personnel of the BJMP unless he/she possesses the following minimum qualifications:
  • A Citizen of the Republic of the Philippines;
  • A Person of good moral character;
  • Must have passed the nuero-psychiatric evaluation, medical examination and drug test for the purpose of determining his/her physical and mental health;
  • Must possess a baccalaureate degree from a recognized institution of learning;
  • Must possess the appropriate civil service eligibility;
  • Must not have been dishonorably disharged of dismissal for cause from previous employment;
  • Must not have been convicted by final judgement of an offense or crime involving moral turpitude;
  • Must not be less than twenty-one (21) nor more than thirty (30) years of age. Provided, that a waiver for age requirement shall be automatically granted to applicants belonging to the cultural communities;
  • Must be at least one meter and sixty-two centimeters (1.62m) in height for male, and one meter and fifty-seven centimeters (1.57m) for female: provided that a waiver for height requirement shall be granted to applicants belonging to the cultural communities; and
  • Must weigh not more or less than five kilograms (5kgs) from the standard weight corresponding to his/her height, age and sex.

Requirements

  • Duly Accomplished Personal Data Sheet (revised 2005)
  • Two (2) Pieces latest passport size picture with name tag
  • Original Transcript of Records
  • Original College Diploma
  • Birth Certificate issued by NSO
  • Original Certificate of Eligibility or Board Rating (Civil Service Professional, RA 1080,
  • Penology Officer & PD 907)
  • Valid Clearances (i.e. NBI, Police, Barangay, MTC, RTC & Prosecutor's Ofc)
  • Valid Community Tax Certificate
  • Certificate/s of Previous & Present Employment
  •  Certificate/s of Seminars/Trainings Completed
  • Marriage Certificate issued by NSO (if married)
Interested Applicants may inquire and submit their Application folders directly to the Regional Offices (Regular Quota) and the National Headquarters (Attrition Quota)

Schedule of Entry-Level Examination

      > 1st Batch - 13 February 2017
              Deadline of Application - TBA
      > 2nd Batch - 19 March 2017
              Deadline of Application - TBA

Recruitment Quota for 2017 : 1000

REGIONAL OFFICEADDRESSCONTACT NUMBERS/S
National Capital Region5th Flr., 1152 Seneca Plaza Bldg., E. Rodriguez Sr. Ave., 13th St., New Manila, Quezon City(02) 414-8605
Cordillera Administrative Region2nd Flr, Baguio City District Jail Bldg., Abanao St., Baguio City(074) 443-5295
Region IParian, City of San Fernando, La Union(072) 607-3179 / 607-1174
Region IIRegional Government Center, Carig Sur, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan
(078) 304-0852
Region IIIDiosdado P. Macapagal Regional Government Center, Maimpis, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
(045) 455-3901 / 961-3842
Region IVASitio Tagaytay, Brgy. Turbina, Calamba City(042) 576-1030 / 0943-702-6973
Region IVBJD Bldg. Pastor Road, Gulod, Labac, Batangas(043) 702-3735 / 300-6303
Region VLegaspi City Jail Compound, Bogtong, Legazpi City(052) 824-0867 / 824-4646
Region VIP. Aquino St. Fort San Pedro, Iloilo City(033) 336-2545 / 336-9203
Region VII13B Veloso St., Guadalupe, Cebu City(032) 412-7717
Region VIII3rd Flr., Tri-Star Bldg. 170 Avenida Veteranos St., Tacloban City(053) 832-0331
Region IXBJMPRO-IX Building Brgy. Lenienza Pagadian City(062) 925-0733
Region XF. Delima St., Lumbia, Cagayan de Oro City(088) 309-0006 / 0937-371-8417
Region XIDavao City Jail Compound, Ma-a Davao City(082) 244-0028 / 244-0928
Region XIIBJMPROXII Bldg., Regional Center, Brgy. Carpenter Hill, Korondadal City(083) 228-1298 / 228-1299
Region XIII3rd Flr, Rudy Tiu Bldg., AD Curato Corner T Sanchez St., Butuan City(085) 815-1030
ARMMBJMP Regional Office-ARMM, 28 Oblates Drive corner Rosales St., RH 6, Cotabato City(064) 552-4950
NIRBacolod Business Park, Magsaysay Ave., Ext., Brgy. Singcang, Bacolod City(034) 412-7717

Recruitment Process

For steps by steps info on how to apply at BJMP please read the Applicants Guide here:

Salary / Compensation

The Bureau of Jail Management & Penology (BJMP) salary table based on the standardization of compensation of government officials and employees under Section 5, Article IX-B of the Philippine Constitution :

  • Jail Officer I = 21,771
  • Jail Officer II = 23,513
  • Jail Officer III = 25,394
  • Jail Officer IV = 27,425
On top of these, those who will be recruited must be willing to undergo four months of rigorous physical and education training, be assigned in any part of the country, safeguard and develop inmates to promote public safety, and be privileged to receive monthly salary equivalent to that of police and fire officers.

Source : BJMP / PIA / PNA

Thursday, October 12, 2017

September 23, 2017 AFPSAT Results for Cebu and Iloilo - AROVIS

The Army Recruitment Office of Visayas (AROVIS) has released the results of the Armed Forces of the Philippines Aptitude (AFPSAT) conducted at HAROVIS Cebu city and Western Visayas State University (WVSU), Iloilo City last September 23 simultaneously.

The announcement of results was posted at AROVIS Facebook page a week ago.

AFPSAT Results 23 September 2017 HAROVIS CEBU CITY



AFPSAT Result 23 September 2017-WVSU, ILOILO CITY



Congrats to all passers! You're one step closer to your dreams as aspirant soldier of the republic!
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