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Sunday, May 14, 2017

Philippine Coast Guard Opens 4,000 Job Vacancies This Year - Apply Now

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) is hiring up to 4,000 new personnel to boost its patrols of the country's extensive coastline  The recruitment, which officially started last May 9, was posted in their Facebook page and their official website.  The massive hiring drive by the PCG is for officers and non-officers in diverse fields ranging from engineering to information communications technology (ICT).  This is the largest opening of applicants since the PCG was separated from the Philippine Navy in 1988. The agency currently has around 9,000 personnel covering 36,000 kilometers of coastline. The PCG decided to proceed with its hiring of 4,000 personnel after the Department of Budget and Management approved the recruitment. The PCG aptitude battery tests will be held on different dates in different Coast Guard district centers until May 28, with the last examination to be held at the PCG headquarters in Manila.  The List of Courses Accepted are the Following:  Priority Courses: Maritime Courses Deck Officer Marine Engineering Marine Transportation Naval Architect Engineering Courses B.S. Engineering Electrical Civil Electronics and Communications Geodetic Mechanical Petroleum Sanitary Computer-Related Courses AutoCAD Operator BS Information Technology BS Computer Science Software Technology Network Engineering Computer Systems Engineering Computer Technology Environmental Science Courses BS Biology BS Chemistry BS Marine Biology Environmental Science TESDA Courses Welding Plumbing Carpentry Machinist Mechanic Automotive  Other Courses: Aircraft Technician BS Accountancy and other related courses BS Architecture Bachelor of Arts Major in English Bachelor of Arts Major in Management Bachelor of Arts Major in Political Science Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication Dental Laboratory Technician Electrical Technology Rad Technician and Dental X-Ray Technician Radio Radar Technician Library Science or similar courses Secretarial Course (Stenography)  Applicants should have passed the board examinations of their respective professions, including doctors, lawyers, veterinarians, chemists, and biologists. Applicants for non-officer positions will need to have completed 72 units in college and/or a comparative skill from the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, such as welding or mechanics.  Swimming skills are preferred but swim skills could be taught to new hires who did not know how to swim.  Applicants need to take the PCG Aptitude Battery Test, undergo medical examination and background check.   Applicants should be:  natural-born Filipino citizen single 18 to 28 years old (non-officer) 21-28 years old (officer) height of at least 5'0" College Graduate or one who has completed at least 72 units of a single course reflected in a Transcript of Records. High School Graduate provided that he/she has completed TESDA courses relevant to the Philippine Coast Guard.  The salary begins at ₱17,000 for non-officers in training, and ranges from ₱38,000 to ₱40,000 for officers-in-training.  Other benefits include: Meal and Clothing allowance Free medical and dental services (including dependents) Financial assistance ( salary, policy and housing loans) ensured tenure government benefits, discounts and privileges chance to travel around the country and to other countries Finally, if you don't make it this year, the Coast Guard is set to hire even more personnel next year, 5000 they said.


The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) is hiring up to 4,000 new personnel to boost its patrols of the country's extensive coastline

The recruitment, which officially started last May 9, was posted in their Facebook page and their official website.

The massive hiring drive by the PCG is for officers and non-officers in diverse fields ranging from engineering to information communications technology (ICT).

This is the largest opening of applicants since the PCG was separated from the Philippine Navy in 1988. The agency currently has around 9,000 personnel covering 36,000 kilometers of coastline. The PCG decided to proceed with its hiring of 4,000 personnel after the Department of Budget and Management approved the recruitment.

The PCG aptitude battery tests will be held on different dates in different Coast Guard district centers until May 28, with the last examination to be held at the PCG headquarters in Manila.

The List of Courses Accepted are the Following:

Priority Courses:
  • Maritime Courses
    • Deck Officer
    • Marine Engineering
    • Marine Transportation
    • Naval Architect
  • Engineering Courses
    • B.S. Engineering
      • Electrical
      • Civil
      • Electronics and Communications
      • Geodetic
      • Mechanical
      • Petroleum
      • Sanitary
  • Computer-Related Courses
    • AutoCAD Operator
    • BS Information Technology
    • BS Computer Science
      • Software Technology
      • Network Engineering
      • Computer Systems Engineering
    • Computer Technology
  • Environmental Science Courses
    • BS Biology
    • BS Chemistry
    • BS Marine Biology
    • Environmental Science
  • TESDA Courses
    • Welding
    • Plumbing
    • Carpentry
    • Machinist
    • Mechanic
    • Automotive

Other Courses:
  • Aircraft Technician
  • BS Accountancy and other related courses
  • BS Architecture
  • Bachelor of Arts Major in English
  • Bachelor of Arts Major in Management
  • Bachelor of Arts Major in Political Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication
  • Dental Laboratory Technician
  • Electrical Technology
  • Rad Technician and Dental X-Ray Technician
  • Radio Radar Technician
  • Library Science or similar courses
  • Secretarial Course (Stenography)


Applicants should have passed the board examinations of their respective professions, including doctors, lawyers, veterinarians, chemists, and biologists.


Applicants for non-officer positions will need to have completed 72 units in college and/or a comparative skill from the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, such as welding or mechanics.

Swimming skills are preferred but swim skills could be taught to new hires who did not know how to swim.

Applicants need to take the PCG Aptitude Battery Test, undergo medical examination and background check.


Applicants should be:

  • natural-born Filipino citizen
  • single
  • 18 to 28 years old (non-officer)
  • 21-28 years old (officer)
  • height of at least 5'0"
  • College Graduate or one who has completed at least 72 units of a single course reflected in a Transcript of Records.
  • High School Graduate provided that he/she has completed TESDA courses relevant to the Philippine Coast Guard.

The salary begins at ₱17,000 for non-officers in training, and ranges from ₱38,000 to ₱40,000 for officers-in-training.


Other benefits include:

  • Meal and Clothing allowance
  • Free medical and dental services (including dependents)
  • Financial assistance ( salary, policy and housing loans)
  • ensured tenure
  • government benefits, discounts and privileges
  • chance to travel around the country and to other countries


Finally, if you don't make it this year, the Coast Guard is set to hire even more personnel next year, 5000 they said.


The Office of The Philippine Coast Guard
139 25th Street
Port Area, Manila
1018
Philippines
cgpao@coastguard.gov.ph
527-8482 to 89 / 527-3880 to 85








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