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Monday, May 08, 2017

BUREAU OF CUSTOMS IS HIRING 3,200+ PEOPLE - AIRPORT STAFF COMES FIRST

As part of the current Administration's stance on improving the lives of OFWs and Filipinos in general, President Duterte has put a stop to tanim-bala scam as well as ending the arbitrary opening of balikbayan boxes of OFWs. He has also vowed to clean the ranks in government, including the Bureau of Customs. Remember that guy who said "If they will only raise our salary, we don't have to resort to this." He meant corrupt practices like accepting bribery or extortion. As of this time, that guy has been fired or suspended at least.  To improve the services of the embattled Bureau, and with it, its image among Filipinos and foreigner nationals alike, the Bureau of Customs has opened Job Vacancies to hire fresh faces to man Manila International Airport. This is part of the more than 3,200 people set to be hired by the Bureau to reorganize and reconstruct the whole bureau, strengthen their ranks and increase their revenue, while combating corruption.  For the first batch of hiring, here are the positions available and what requirements and qualifications are needed:  BULLETIN OF VACANT POSITIONS  Collection District : Ninoy Aquino International Airport Position and Salary Grade : Customs Operations Officer I, Salary Grade -11 Date of Posting : May 05-15, 2017  Arrival Operations Division 14 Full-time Staff to be hired, with item.  Departure Operations Division 10 Full-time Staff to be hired, with item.  Job Item means the job is full time and not contractual, subject to rules on probationary periods.    CSC Minimum Qualification Standards:  Education: Bachelor’s Degree Experience: None required Training: None required Eligibility: Career Service Professional or its Equivalent   Nature of Work and Functions:    Routine checking of documents for passenger clearance and conducts boarding formalities; Checking of completeness and correctness of required documents submitted for cargo clearance; Conduct of preventive operations work e.g. targeting and searching of persons, vehicles, aircrafts, etc.; Requires on-call duty assignment, including regular scheduled work on weekends, holidays and evenings.   INSTRUCTIONS TO ALL APPLICANTS  1. All applicants must meet the minimum requirements of the vacant position(s).  2. All applicants must submit the documentary requirements, as follows:  BOC employees who wish to apply for promotion* Letter of Intent (Form A) Updated and Duly Accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS/CS Form 212 Revised 2017) with attached Work Experience Sheet Individual Commitment Review Form (IPCR) for the period January-June 2016 and July-December 2016   For NAIA employees, submit to – Administrative Division, NAIA  For employees from various groups/ports, submit to – Human Resource Management Division 2nd floor OCOM Bldg. Bureau of Customs Gate 3, South Pier, Port Area, Manila 1099  Non-BOC employees Letter of Intent (Form A-I) Updated and Duly Accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS/CS Form 212 Revised 2017) with attached Work Experience Sheet Authenticated Certificate of Eligibility or License issued by the Civil Service Commission, Professional Regulation Commission, or Supreme Court, as appropriate Certified True Copy of Transcript of Records and Diploma Copy of Performance Appraisal Report for the last 2 rating periods (for government personnel only).   Mail or Personally Submit to: Human Resource Management Division 2nd floor OCOM Bldg. Bureau of Customs Gate 3, South Pier, Port Area, Manila 1099   3. The prescribed Letter of Intent (Forms A and A-I) may be downloaded from BOC website at www.customs.gov.ph.  4. Please indicate the division being applied for in the Letter of Intent.  5. The deadline of submission of documentary requirements is on 17 May 2017. All applications received beyond the deadline shall no longer be processed.  6. External recommendations shall not be included in the documents to be submitted to the BOC HRMD for evaluation.  7. Applications from the following individuals shall not be processed: a. Government employees who are due for compulsory retirement on or before February 2018; and, b. New applicants with relative/s within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or affinity and who is/are currently employed in the Bureau of Customs, pursuant to Customs Administrative Order 03-2014.  8. Kindly be advised that we will only accept applications with complete requirements.   An employee from the Department of Finance has confirmed that this is just the first wave of the massive hiring within the BOC. As earlier stated, more than 3,200 people are set to be hired. Stay tuned for the next Job Openings!




As part of the current Administration's stance on improving the lives of OFWs and Filipinos in general, President Duterte has put a stop to tanim-bala scam as well as ending the arbitrary opening of balikbayan boxes of OFWs. He has also vowed to clean the ranks in government, including the Bureau of Customs. Remember that guy who said "If they will only raise our salary, we don't have to resort to this." He meant corrupt practices like accepting bribery or extortion. As of this time, that guy has been fired or suspended at least.
As part of the current Administration's stance on improving the lives of OFWs and Filipinos in general, President Duterte has put a stop to tanim-bala scam as well as ending the arbitrary opening of balikbayan boxes of OFWs. He has also vowed to clean the ranks in government, including the Bureau of Customs. Remember that guy who said "If they will only raise our salary, we don't have to resort to this." He meant corrupt practices like accepting bribery or extortion. As of this time, that guy has been fired or suspended at least.  To improve the services of the embattled Bureau, and with it, its image among Filipinos and foreigner nationals alike, the Bureau of Customs has opened Job Vacancies to hire fresh faces to man Manila International Airport. This is part of the more than 3,200 people set to be hired by the Bureau to reorganize and reconstruct the whole bureau, strengthen their ranks and increase their revenue, while combating corruption.  For the first batch of hiring, here are the positions available and what requirements and qualifications are needed:  BULLETIN OF VACANT POSITIONS  Collection District : Ninoy Aquino International Airport Position and Salary Grade : Customs Operations Officer I, Salary Grade -11 Date of Posting : May 05-15, 2017  Arrival Operations Division 14 Full-time Staff to be hired, with item.  Departure Operations Division 10 Full-time Staff to be hired, with item.  Job Item means the job is full time and not contractual, subject to rules on probationary periods.    CSC Minimum Qualification Standards:  Education: Bachelor’s Degree Experience: None required Training: None required Eligibility: Career Service Professional or its Equivalent   Nature of Work and Functions:    Routine checking of documents for passenger clearance and conducts boarding formalities; Checking of completeness and correctness of required documents submitted for cargo clearance; Conduct of preventive operations work e.g. targeting and searching of persons, vehicles, aircrafts, etc.; Requires on-call duty assignment, including regular scheduled work on weekends, holidays and evenings.   INSTRUCTIONS TO ALL APPLICANTS  1. All applicants must meet the minimum requirements of the vacant position(s).  2. All applicants must submit the documentary requirements, as follows:  BOC employees who wish to apply for promotion* Letter of Intent (Form A) Updated and Duly Accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS/CS Form 212 Revised 2017) with attached Work Experience Sheet Individual Commitment Review Form (IPCR) for the period January-June 2016 and July-December 2016   For NAIA employees, submit to – Administrative Division, NAIA  For employees from various groups/ports, submit to – Human Resource Management Division 2nd floor OCOM Bldg. Bureau of Customs Gate 3, South Pier, Port Area, Manila 1099  Non-BOC employees Letter of Intent (Form A-I) Updated and Duly Accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS/CS Form 212 Revised 2017) with attached Work Experience Sheet Authenticated Certificate of Eligibility or License issued by the Civil Service Commission, Professional Regulation Commission, or Supreme Court, as appropriate Certified True Copy of Transcript of Records and Diploma Copy of Performance Appraisal Report for the last 2 rating periods (for government personnel only).   Mail or Personally Submit to: Human Resource Management Division 2nd floor OCOM Bldg. Bureau of Customs Gate 3, South Pier, Port Area, Manila 1099   3. The prescribed Letter of Intent (Forms A and A-I) may be downloaded from BOC website at www.customs.gov.ph.  4. Please indicate the division being applied for in the Letter of Intent.  5. The deadline of submission of documentary requirements is on 17 May 2017. All applications received beyond the deadline shall no longer be processed.  6. External recommendations shall not be included in the documents to be submitted to the BOC HRMD for evaluation.  7. Applications from the following individuals shall not be processed: a. Government employees who are due for compulsory retirement on or before February 2018; and, b. New applicants with relative/s within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or affinity and who is/are currently employed in the Bureau of Customs, pursuant to Customs Administrative Order 03-2014.  8. Kindly be advised that we will only accept applications with complete requirements.   An employee from the Department of Finance has confirmed that this is just the first wave of the massive hiring within the BOC. As earlier stated, more than 3,200 people are set to be hired. Stay tuned for the next Job Openings!
Netizens slammed BOC during Noynoy Aquino's time, for opening Balikbayan Boxes. Memes like these were all around social media.
To improve the services of the embattled Bureau, and with it, its image among Filipinos and foreigner nationals alike, the Bureau of Customs has opened Job Vacancies to hire fresh faces to man Manila International Airport. This is part of the more than 3,200 people set to be hired by the Bureau to reorganize and reconstruct the whole bureau, strengthen their ranks and increase their revenue, while combating corruption.

For the first batch of hiring, here are the positions available and what requirements and qualifications are needed:

BULLETIN OF VACANT POSITIONS


Collection District : Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Position and Salary Grade : Customs Operations Officer I, Salary Grade -11
Date of Posting : May 05-15, 2017

Arrival Operations Division
14 Full-time Staff to be hired, with item.

Departure Operations Division
10 Full-time Staff to be hired, with item.

Job Item means the job is full time and not contractual, subject to rules on probationary periods.



CSC Minimum Qualification Standards: 
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Experience: None required
Training: None required
Eligibility: Career Service Professional or its Equivalent


Nature of Work and Functions:   
  • Routine checking of documents for passenger clearance and conducts boarding formalities;
  • Checking of completeness and correctness of required documents submitted for cargo clearance;
  • Conduct of preventive operations work e.g. targeting and searching of persons, vehicles, aircrafts, etc.;
  • Requires on-call duty assignment, including regular scheduled work on weekends, holidays and evenings.


As part of the current Administration's stance on improving the lives of OFWs and Filipinos in general, President Duterte has put a stop to tanim-bala scam as well as ending the arbitrary opening of balikbayan boxes of OFWs. He has also vowed to clean the ranks in government, including the Bureau of Customs. Remember that guy who said "If they will only raise our salary, we don't have to resort to this." He meant corrupt practices like accepting bribery or extortion. As of this time, that guy has been fired or suspended at least.  To improve the services of the embattled Bureau, and with it, its image among Filipinos and foreigner nationals alike, the Bureau of Customs has opened Job Vacancies to hire fresh faces to man Manila International Airport. This is part of the more than 3,200 people set to be hired by the Bureau to reorganize and reconstruct the whole bureau, strengthen their ranks and increase their revenue, while combating corruption.  For the first batch of hiring, here are the positions available and what requirements and qualifications are needed:  BULLETIN OF VACANT POSITIONS  Collection District : Ninoy Aquino International Airport Position and Salary Grade : Customs Operations Officer I, Salary Grade -11 Date of Posting : May 05-15, 2017  Arrival Operations Division 14 Full-time Staff to be hired, with item.  Departure Operations Division 10 Full-time Staff to be hired, with item.  Job Item means the job is full time and not contractual, subject to rules on probationary periods.    CSC Minimum Qualification Standards:  Education: Bachelor’s Degree Experience: None required Training: None required Eligibility: Career Service Professional or its Equivalent   Nature of Work and Functions:    Routine checking of documents for passenger clearance and conducts boarding formalities; Checking of completeness and correctness of required documents submitted for cargo clearance; Conduct of preventive operations work e.g. targeting and searching of persons, vehicles, aircrafts, etc.; Requires on-call duty assignment, including regular scheduled work on weekends, holidays and evenings.   INSTRUCTIONS TO ALL APPLICANTS  1. All applicants must meet the minimum requirements of the vacant position(s).  2. All applicants must submit the documentary requirements, as follows:  BOC employees who wish to apply for promotion* Letter of Intent (Form A) Updated and Duly Accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS/CS Form 212 Revised 2017) with attached Work Experience Sheet Individual Commitment Review Form (IPCR) for the period January-June 2016 and July-December 2016   For NAIA employees, submit to – Administrative Division, NAIA  For employees from various groups/ports, submit to – Human Resource Management Division 2nd floor OCOM Bldg. Bureau of Customs Gate 3, South Pier, Port Area, Manila 1099  Non-BOC employees Letter of Intent (Form A-I) Updated and Duly Accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS/CS Form 212 Revised 2017) with attached Work Experience Sheet Authenticated Certificate of Eligibility or License issued by the Civil Service Commission, Professional Regulation Commission, or Supreme Court, as appropriate Certified True Copy of Transcript of Records and Diploma Copy of Performance Appraisal Report for the last 2 rating periods (for government personnel only).   Mail or Personally Submit to: Human Resource Management Division 2nd floor OCOM Bldg. Bureau of Customs Gate 3, South Pier, Port Area, Manila 1099   3. The prescribed Letter of Intent (Forms A and A-I) may be downloaded from BOC website at www.customs.gov.ph.  4. Please indicate the division being applied for in the Letter of Intent.  5. The deadline of submission of documentary requirements is on 17 May 2017. All applications received beyond the deadline shall no longer be processed.  6. External recommendations shall not be included in the documents to be submitted to the BOC HRMD for evaluation.  7. Applications from the following individuals shall not be processed: a. Government employees who are due for compulsory retirement on or before February 2018; and, b. New applicants with relative/s within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or affinity and who is/are currently employed in the Bureau of Customs, pursuant to Customs Administrative Order 03-2014.  8. Kindly be advised that we will only accept applications with complete requirements.   An employee from the Department of Finance has confirmed that this is just the first wave of the massive hiring within the BOC. As earlier stated, more than 3,200 people are set to be hired. Stay tuned for the next Job Openings!

INSTRUCTIONS TO ALL APPLICANTS

1. All applicants must meet the minimum requirements of the vacant position(s).

2. All applicants must submit the documentary requirements, as follows:

BOC employees who wish to apply for promotion*


For NAIA employees, submit to – Administrative Division, NAIA

For employees from various groups/ports, submit to –
Human Resource Management Division
2nd floor OCOM Bldg.
Bureau of Customs Gate 3,
South Pier, Port Area,
Manila 1099

Non-BOC employees
  • Letter of Intent (Form A-I)
  • Updated and Duly Accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS/CS Form 212 Revised 2017) with attached Work Experience Sheet
  • Authenticated Certificate of Eligibility or License issued by the Civil Service Commission, Professional Regulation Commission, or Supreme Court, as appropriate
  • Certified True Copy of Transcript of Records and Diploma
  • Copy of Performance Appraisal Report for the last 2 rating periods (for government personnel only).


Mail or Personally Submit to:
Human Resource Management Division
2nd floor OCOM Bldg.

Bureau of Customs Gate 3,
South Pier, Port Area,
Manila 1099



3. The prescribed Letter of Intent (Forms A and A-I) may be downloaded from BOC website at www.customs.gov.ph.

4. Please indicate the division being applied for in the Letter of Intent.

5. The deadline of submission of documentary requirements is on 17 May 2017. All applications received beyond the deadline shall no longer be processed.

6. External recommendations shall not be included in the documents to be submitted to the BOC HRMD for evaluation.

7. Applications from the following individuals shall not be processed:
a. Government employees who are due for compulsory retirement on or before February 2018; and,
b. New applicants with relative/s within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or affinity and who is/are currently employed in the Bureau of Customs, pursuant to Customs Administrative Order 03-2014.

8. Kindly be advised that we will only accept applications with complete requirements.



An employee from the Department of Finance has confirmed that this is just the first wave of the massive hiring within the BOC. As earlier stated, more than 3,200 people are set to be hired. Stay tuned for the next Job Openings!

source: Bureau of Customs, MB






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