Assumption College
Assumption College San Lorenzo
 
 

Job Opportunities

Teachers for Basic Education
Teachers for Senior High School
Part-time Faculty (Higher Education Division)
Student Activities Centre (SAC) Assistant
Audio-Visual (AV) Technician
Librarian
Guidance Counsellor

Teachers for Basic Education

* Candidate must possess at least Bachelor's / College Degree in Education/Teaching/Training or equivalent
* Those with Master's Degrees or ongoing graduate studies will have an edge
* At least 2 Year(s) of teaching experience
* LET Passer

Teachers for Senior High School

* Candidate must possess at least Post Graduate Diploma/Master's Degree in Education/Teaching/Training or equivalent
* At least 2 Year(s) of teaching experience in the related field is required for this position
* Required Skill(s): lesson planning, presentation, instructional design, assessment & evaluation of student performance, communication skills.

* To teach the following subjects:
* Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik
* General Math
* Business Math
* Earth & Life Science
* Christian Living Education / Personal Development
* Philosophy of the Human Person
* English for Academic Purposes
* Organization & Management
* Media & Information Literacy
* Quantitative Research for ABM
* Entrepreneurship
* Business Finance
* General Physics
* Creative Writing
* Trends/Networks/Critical Thinking
* Contemporary Philippine Arts
* Literature from the Philippines & the World
* EMAIL CV's TO: tatumbunales@gmail.com & maitaladrido@gmail.com

Part-time Faculty (Higher Education Division)

I. Who can teach the following subjects:

* Social Science (Economics, Political Science, Rizal)
* English
* Science

Qualifications:
* Master's Degree in any Social Science, English, Science or related course
* At least LET Passer
* With at least 2 years of teaching experience in tertiary level

II. Who can teach the following subjects:

* Botany
* Biology
* Chemistry

Qualifications:
* Master's Degree in any Science related course
* At least LET Passer
* With at least 2 years of teaching experience in tertiary level

Interested Applicants may email their comprehensive resume to or call for Inquiry:
at telephone no. 8170757 local 2021 or email hedadmin@assumption.edu.ph

Student Activities Centre (SAC) Assistant

SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Receives and attends to the guests of the Office
2. Encodes and files all records and correspondence of the Student Activities Center;
3. Maintains a file of requisitions for the SAC Office’s supplies;
4. Prepares and follow up job requests for office improvement, repairs and maintenance;
5. Monitors the use and inventory of materials and supplies used for SAC purposes;
6. Monitors request for office supplies;
7. Communicates with other offices for follow-up requests such as METTA, HED, Family Council, etc.;
8. Monitors the attendance of the Moderators and Coaches
9. Makes the monthly honorarium of Outsider Moderators and Varsity Coaches
10. Requests and coordinates all logistical concerns of the SAC such as:

    i. request for venue and equipment
    ii. request for transportation
    iii. request for food
    iv. prepare the materials needed for the SAC related activities

11. Follows up financial requests of the Office
12. Checks and processes the liquidation submitted by the SAC Program Officers and Head
13. Receives and records all Yearbook orders
14. Receives and monitors all Yearbook sponsorships
15. Receives and secures the gadgets surrendered by the students during club time such as cameras and laptops
16. Performs other related duties as may be assigned

Accountable to: Student Activities Centre Head

Audio-Visual (AV) Technician

Under the supervision of the LRC Coordinator and in close coordination with the faculty and library staff, the AV Technician is responsible for the development and use of the Audio Visual collection and services.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Takes charge of set-up and operation of reserved AV equipment for teachers, staff, students and other library users;
2. Participates in the preparation and evaluation of LRC Action Plan;
3. Assists in training the faculty and staff in the use of multimedia equipment;
4. Assists in the library orientation of students, faculty and staff;
5. Issues AV materials and equipment needed for approved reservations and other services;
6. Monitors the schedule and use of all AV rooms, projection rooms and classrooms in coordination with the AV librarian;
7. Maintains all computers in the AV rooms, projection rooms and classrooms;
8. Participates in the library collection development by recommending AV materials and equipment for acquisition as well as weeding out;
9. Repairs minor AV equipment and coordinates with other AV equipment centers for major repairs;
10. Prepares reports on the maintenance of all equipment (e.i. brand and model, serial number, purchase price, repairs made etc.);
11. Keeps track of all spare parts used for AV equipment;
12. Assists in the preparation of necessary records of the AV services including monthly statistics;
13. Prepares inventory of AV equipment;
14. Participates in the different reading activities such as AEP, BOB, Read-a-thon etc.;
15. Participates in the evaluation of AV services and programs;
16. Participates in the library budget preparation;
17. Keeps abreast of current trends in Information Technology and Audio Visual Services;
18. Maintains order and cleanliness in the AV Center working area;
19. Implements all AV Center rules and regulations;
20. Enforces LRC rules and regulations;
21. Performs other related tasks as assigned.

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

Minimum Qualifications:
* Graduate of a four year course
* At least two (2) years work experience in the Learning Resource Centre
* Computer Literate

Librarian

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

Guidance Counsellor

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
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