Assumption College
Assumption College San Lorenzo

Job Opportunities

Records Custodian (Higher Education Division)
Web Content Manager/Social Media Specialist
Guidance Counselor
Teachers for Senior High School (Part-time Position)

Records Custodian (Higher Education Division)

Minimum Qualifications:

  • College degree
  • Computer literate

Additional Qualifications and Experience:

  • Updates and maintains student records
  • Encodes old student records.
  • Assists in the reconstruction of lost and missing records.
  • Controls flow and security of old files, transcript of students and other student records.
  • Updates the student individual record file (student information) for the computerized transcript of records.
  • Gives feedback to Systems Coordinator regarding problems encountered with the ACIS Program.
  • Monitors all incoming and outgoing records.
  • Records log of documents released by the office.
  • Attends to students’ requests regarding their credentials (in the absence of Liaison Officer).
  • Assists in the implementation of registration procedures during enrollment.

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Web Content Manager/Social Media Specialist

Minimum Qualifications:

  • College degree (Communication, Marketing or related)
  • Computer literate

Additional Qualifications and Experience:

  • 3years’ experience in social media marketing (tools, application, channels, design, strategy)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Experience with visual communication principles
  • Familiarity with web design and content management systems
  • Exhibits in-depth knowledge and understanding of social media platforms, their respective participants (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest etc) and how each platform can be deployed in different scenarios
  • Proficient in content marketing theory and application
  • Proficient in Adobe Photoshop and Premiere
  • Basic knowledge in web development and coding
  • Proficient in basic WordPress functions and other related CMS (content management system) platforms
  • Proficient in content marketing theory and application
  • Strong research and data analysis skills.
  • Ability to excel in a detail-oriented, deadline-driven environment
  • Strong interpersonal and customer service skills
  • Ability to prioritize tasks while maintaining constant level of high quality
  • Ability to be a strong team player and work with/for multiple employees to achieve deadlines
  • Self-motivated and Creative

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Guidance Counselor

Department : Guidance Center
Reports to : The Guidance Head

The Guidance Counselor provides counseling services and facilitates seminars for student development.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities
1. Counseling Services:

    1.1 Conducts annual routine interviews of students;
    1.2 Conducts individual and group counseling sessions to students;
    1.3 Conducts follow-up counseling sessions from referrals made by the Administrative Team, faculty and staff members, department Chairpersons parents or guardians; and
    1.4 Maintains strict confidentiality on all sensitive matters pertaining to clients and colleagues;

2. Facilitation:

    2.1 Facilitates modules/workshops of the Guidance and other student development modules like the National Service Training Program (NSTP), Parent-Partnership Program, Parent- Daughter Formation Workshops, and leadership trainings;
    2.2 Initiates and implements special projects or programs related to meeting some pressing needs of students;
    2.3 Assists in the shifting procedure for students;

3. Consultation/Partnership:

    3.1 Consults and dialogues with parents of students and significant persons when needed;
    3.2 Networks with professional organizations or experts in the field of Psychology or Guidance and Counseling in assisting students with special needs;
    3.3 Conducts home visitations for counselees when necessary;
    3.4 Coordinates with the members of the Assumption Student Council (ASC) and block representatives regarding student activities and programs related to the College Guidance Center; and
    3.5 Networks, collaborates and partners with other units on other programs, e.g., Integrated Summer Study Program (ISSP), retreats, symposia with the Center for Social Concern (CSC), job fair with the Career Management and Alumnae Relations (CMAR);

4. Program Development/Research:

    4.1 Provides student information through year level profile presentations;
    4.2 Prepares reports on student findings and assists in the compilation of confidential materials;
    4.3 Plans, designs, organizes, implements and evaluates the guidance and counseling programs; and
    4.4 Conducts research related to her practice as Counselor;

5. Administrative Tasks:

    5.1 Submits semestral reports on year-level program and evaluation of special activities conducted;
    5.2 Attends departmental/divisional/institutional meetings;

6. Professional Development:

    Membership in professional organizations;
    Attends seminars/conventions related to the field of counselling;

Minimum Qualifications:

    • Holder of a Master’s Degree in Guidance & Counseling
    • Licensed Counselor
    • With two (2) years work experience as Guidance Counselor
    • Computer literate


Under the supervision of the LRC Coordinator and in close coordination with the faculty and Library staff, the Circulation Librarian is responsible for the development of the circulation area and the effective use of the library collection and services by both students and teachers.

Core Competencies
1. Person of Faith
2. Person of Communion
3. Integrity
4. Passion of Learning
5. Social Responsibility

Functional Competencies
1. Job Knowledge and Performance
2. Problem-Solving and Decision Making
3. Planning and Evaluation
4. Resource Management
5. Communication and Information Management
6. People Management and Development
7. Flexibility and Management of Stress

Specific Duties and Responsibilities
1. Takes charge of the Circulation area;
2. Lends out books and other library materials to library users and monitors the return of borrowed materials;
3. Provides bibliographic and research assistance to library users;
4. Maintains the necessary records;
5. Participates in the preparation and evaluation of the LRC Action Plan;
6. Participates in the library collection development by recommending books and other materials for acquisition as well as weeding out;
7. Prepares library statistical records;
8. Monitors the use of Athena On-Line Public Access Catalog (OPAC);
9. Catalogs and classifies books and other library materials;
10. Accessions books and other library materials;
11. Does the mechanical processing of cataloged and classified books a library materials;
12. Encodes books and other library materials cataloged and classified using the Athena Library Automation Program;
13. Prepares list of new book acquisition;
14. Participates in the implementation of the Library Instruction Program;
15. Participates in the different reading activities such as AEP,BOB,Read-a-Thon etc.;
16. Prepares Outstanding Library Borrowers' List;
17. Prepares year-end recall notices of books borrowed to faculty and staff;
18. Prepares overdue notices and fines of students and submit to the accounting office;
19. Does the inventory of books and other materials;
20. Participates in the library orientation of students, faculty and staff;
21. Indexes periodicals and journals;
22. Shelves books and keep them in order;
23. Participates in the evaluation of library services and program;
24. Coordinates with other libraries regarding the referral services and takes charge in the Inter-Library Loan of the students and faculty;
25. Monitors students and faculty in the on-line research
26. Participates in the library budget preparation;
27. Keeps abreast of current trends in Information Technology and Library Science;
28. Enforces LRC rules and regulations;
29. Performs other related tasks as assigned.

Accountable to the: Learning Resource Center Coordinator
For: LRC Program and Services

Minimum Qualifications:
* Bachelor's Degree in Library Science
* Master's Degree in Library Science
* Licensed Librarian
* At least two (2) years work experience in the Learning Resource Center
* Computer Literate

Teachers for Senior High School (Part-time Position)

Media & Information Literacy

* At least 3 yrs teaching experience &/or at least 3 years’ experience in the field / expertise