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Culture and Arts Officer III; SG-15; Item # 178
SUMMARY

REGION : NCR; AGENCY :  Cultural Center of  the Philippines; 

PLACE OF ASSIGNMENT: CCP-Production and Exhibition Department/Venue Operations Division; 

POSITION/TITLE: Culture and Arts Officer III; SG-15; Item # 178

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS

Education :  Bachelor’s Degree relevant to the job

Experience :  1 year relevant experience

Training :  4 hours relevant training

Eligibility :  CSC MC 11, s. 1996 Cat. II (Civil Service Eligibility obtained by completing one year   of Very Satisfactory service under temporary status)

COMPETENCIES
  • Venue Operation Management

Intermediate: Conducts venue operations activities

  • Computer Skills

Intermediate: Applies computer skills in work using MS Office applications

  • Speaking Effectively

Intermediate: Effectively delivers messages that require some planning for the method used and the possible reception to the message (audience may be controlled group, i.e., team/s, departments). Focus of communications to relay information and to build motivation.

  • Writing Effectively

Intermediate: Edits existing or customizes available communication materials to produce an appropriate written work.  

  • Delivering Excellence

Intermediate: Upholds the values of the Center in every action and decision, and adds value to customers’ standards and requirements.

  • Valuing Diversity

Intermediate: Values differences and promotes good working relationships within the organization and with stakeholders with tact and diplomacy.

  • Innovativeness

Intermediate: Contributes new ideas, approaches, and solutions

   
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  1. Supervises CCP performances/events; including attendance to production meetings.  
  2. Acts as the Personnel Officer of the division responsible in managing the hiring process and part-time employment of the CCP Ushering Staff including their training and development.
  3. Prepares and ensures the timely submission and accuracy of all related reports.
  4. Takes charge of the special projects of the Division such as conducting research towards the development and implementation of the FOH Apprenticeship Program for the marginalized sector and overseeing the preparation and implementation of the Simbang Gabi @ the CCP project, etc.
  5. Acts as the Information Officer of the division responsible for updating the Ushering Staff of institutional developments and other policies.
REQUIREMENTS

Interested and qualified applicants including persons with disability (PWD), members of indigenous communities and those from any sexual orientation and gender identities (SOGI) are requested to submit the following to the CCP-Human Resource Services Division or email at ccp_personnel@yahoo.com on or before May 28, 2022.

  1. Letter of application 
  2. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form 212 Revised 2017) which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Work Experience Sheet which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  4. Authenticated Copy of Diploma and Transcript of Records 
  5. Certificates of training (Photocopy and original for verification)
  6. Certificate of employment (Photocopy and original for verification)
  7. Performance Evaluation Report (with very satisfactory rating in the last rating period) for applicants currently in government service

For Nos.  4, 5, & 6  a review of the existing credentials of internal applicants will be done in coordination with the Human Resource Services Division. 

INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT BE ENTERTAINED

Culture and Arts Officer III; SG-15; Item # 177
SUMMARY

REGION : NCR; AGENCY :  Cultural Center of  the Philippines; 

PLACE OF ASSIGNMENT: CCP-Production and Exhibition Department/Venue Operations Division; 

POSITION/TITLE: Culture and Arts Officer III; SG-15; Item # 177

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS

Education :  Bachelor’s Degree relevant to the job

Experience :  1 year relevant experience

Training :  4 hours relevant training

Eligibility :  CSC MC 11, s. 1996 Cat. II (Civil Service Eligibility obtained by completing one year   of Very Satisfactory service under temporary status)

COMPETENCIES
  • Venue Operation Management

Intermediate: Conducts venue operations activities

  • Computer Skills

Intermediate: Applies computer skills in work using MS Office applications

  • Speaking Effectively

Intermediate: Effectively delivers messages that require some planning for the method used and the possible reception to the message (audience may be controlled group, i.e., team/s, departments). Focus of communications to relay information and to build motivation.

  • Writing Effectively

Intermediate: Edits existing or customizes available communication materials to produce an appropriate written work.  

  • Delivering Excellence

Intermediate: Upholds the values of the Center in every action and decision, and adds value to customers’ standards and requirements.

  • Valuing Diversity

Intermediate: Values differences and promotes good working relationships within the organization and with stakeholders with tact and diplomacy.

  • Innovativeness

Intermediate: Contributes new ideas, approaches, and solutions

   
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  1. Supervises CCP performances/events; including attendance to production meetings.  
  2. Prepares and ensures the timely submission and accuracy of all related reports.
  3. Monitors and ensures the physical soundness of all FOH areas of the  performance venues including preparation of the Annual Maintenance Plan.
  4. Attends to all request and actual conduct of CCP Building and Theater Tours  and ushering service for External Venue Events
  5. Conducts research and formulates policy on Accessibilty Program for Persons with Disability and oversees its continuous implementation and/or installation of CCP PWD- friendly facilities.
  6. Maintains and monitors the stock level of VOD office supplies including FOH uniforms and accessories/complements. 
REQUIREMENTS

Interested and qualified applicants including persons with disability (PWD), members of indigenous communities and those from any sexual orientation and gender identities (SOGI) are requested to submit the following to the CCP-Human Resource Services Division or email at ccp_personnel@yahoo.com on or before May 28, 2022.

  1. Letter of application 
  2. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form 212 Revised 2017) which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Work Experience Sheet which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  4. Authenticated Copy of Diploma and Transcript of Records 
  5. Certificates of training (Photocopy and original for verification)
  6. Certificate of employment (Photocopy and original for verification)
  7. Performance Evaluation Report (with very satisfactory rating in the last rating period) for applicants currently in government service

For Nos.  4, 5, & 6  a review of the existing credentials of internal applicants will be done in coordination with the Human Resource Services Division. 

INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT BE ENTERTAINED

Culture and Arts Officer II; SG-13; Item # 38
SUMMARY

REGION : NCR; AGENCY :  Cultural Center of  the Philippines;

PLACE OF ASSIGNMENT: CCP-Cultural Exchange Department;

POSITION/TITLE: Culture and Arts Officer II; SG-13; Item # 38

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS

Education :  Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job

Experience :  None Required

Training :  None Required

Eligibility :  MC 11 s. 96 Cat. II *

*(Civil Service Eligibility obtained by completing one year of Very Satisfactory service under temporary status)

COMPETENCIES
  • Cultural Exchange Management

Intermediate: Participates in the preparation and conduct of Cultural Exchange programs. 

  • Computer Skills

Advanced: Guides and coaches others on the operation of computers

  • Speaking Effectively

Intermediate: Effectively delivers messages that require some planning for the method used and the possible reception to the message (audience may be a large group). Focus of communication is to relay information and to build motivation.

  • Writing Effectively:

Intermediate: Edits existing or customizes available communication materials to produce an appropriate written work.

  • Delivering Excellence:

Intermediate: Upholds the values of the Center in every action and decision, and adds value to customers’ standards and requirements.

  • Valuing Diversity:

Intermediate: Values differences and promotes good working relationships within the organization and with stakeholders with tact and diplomacy.

  • Innovativeness:

Intermediate: Contributes new ideas, approaches, and solutions.

   
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  1. Administers the general implementation of various Cultural Exchange programs.
  2. Assists in the implementation of Special Events of the Center.
  3. Provides inputs to be used as reference for the formulation of the Department’s plans and programs.
  4. Researches on the current trends and practices relevant to the effective implementation and administration of the Cultural Exchange programs.
  5. Exercises effective methods and strategies in the implementation and administration of the Cultural Exchange programs.
  6. Contributes to the formulation of various measures for coordination with international and local entities.
REQUIREMENTS

Interested and qualified applicants including persons with disability (PWD), members of indigenous communities and those from any sexual orientation and gender identities (SOGI) are requested to submit the following to the CCP-Human Resource Services Division or email at ccp_personnel@yahoo.com on or before May 22, 2022.

  1. Letter of application 
  2. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form 212 Revised 2017) which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Work Experience Sheet (if with relevant experience)which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  4. Diploma and Transcript of Records (Photocopy and original for verification)
  5. Certificate of employment-if with relevant experience (Photocopy and original for verification)
  6. Certificate of training-if with relevant training (Photocopy and original for verification)
  7. Performance Evaluation Report (with very satisfactory rating in the last rating period) for applicants currently in government service

For Nos.  4, 5, 6 & 7 a review of the existing credentials of internal applicants will be done in coordination with the Human Resource Services Division.

INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT BE ENTERTAINED

Production Assistant (Contract of Service); SG-10
SUMMARY

REGION : NCR; AGENCY :  Cultural Center of  the Philippines;

PLACE OF ASSIGNMENT: CCP-Cultural Exchange Department; 

POSITION/TITLE: Production Assistant (Contract of Service); SG-10

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS

Education :  Completion of at least 2 years in college

Experience :  2 years of relevant experience

Training :  8 hours of relevant training

   
   
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  1. Provides production and technical support in the planning, implementation and evaluation of the departmental programs, projects, productions and activities.
  2. Coordinates and link up with the CED local, national, and international networks.
  3. Organizes meetings, appointments and other official schedules concerning CED programs, projects, production and activities.
  4. Handles the proper recording and safekeeping of all documents related to CED programs, projects, production and activities.
  5. Assists the CED staff in the preparation and implementation of all CED programs, projects, productions and activities undertaken within and/or outside the CCP premises.
  6. Performs other related functions that be assigned from time to time.
REQUIREMENTS

Interested and qualified applicants including persons with disability (PWD), members of indigenous communities and those from any sexual orientation and gender identities (SOGI) are requested to submit the following to the CCP-Human Resource Services Division or email at ccp_personnel@yahoo.com on or before May 21, 2022.

  1. Letter of application 
  2. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form 212 Revised 2017) which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Work Experience Sheet which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  4. Authenticated Copy of Diploma and Transcript of Records 
  5. Certificates of training (Photocopy and original for verification)
  6. Certificate of employment (Photocopy and original for verification)

INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT BE ENTERTAINED

Division Chief III; SG-24; Item # 234
SUMMARY

REGION : NCR; AGENCY :  Cultural Center of  the Philippines; 

PLACE OF ASSIGNMENT: CCP-Administrative Services Department/Property and Supply Division;

POSITION/TITLE: Division Chief III; SG-24; Item # 234

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS

Education :  Master’s Degree or Certificate in Leadership and Management from the CSC

Experience :  4 years of supervisory/management experience

Training :  40 hours supervisory/management learning and development intervention 

Eligibility :  Career Service Professional/Second Level Eligibility

PREFERENCES
  1. Graduate of BS/BSBA major in Accountancy.
  2. With RA 1080 (CPA).
  3. With experience property and supply management in a supervisory capacity.
  4. With relevant technical training.
COMPETENCIES
  • Procurement Management

Superior: Prepares plans and programs and formulates or enhances policies on   procurement management.

  • Property Management (Property Inventory and Disposal Management) 

Superior: Prepares plans and programs and formulates or enhances policies on property inventory and disposal management

  • Basic Computer Skills

Intermediate: Applies computer skills in work using MS Office applications.

  • Speaking Effectively

Superior: Facilitates and influences target audience such as the Heads of the Agency and External Partners/Clients Focus of communication is to relay information, to build motivation and call for action.

  • Writing Effectively

Superior: Designs and/or sets standards for a written material used within the bureaucracy while demonstrating independence producing written work

  • Delivering Excellence

Superior: Builds and shapes the CCP’s service culture and strategy; provides leadership in service delivery through highest degree of responsibility, intelligence and skills

  • Valuing Diversity

Superior: Creates a culture of mutual trust and respect and one that values diversity in the organization.

  • Innovativeness

Superior: Promotes a culture and discipline of challenging the status quo and seeking for and applying improvements

  • Strategic Leadership

Intermediate: Ensures that others support the CCP’s mission, goals, agenda, climate, and policy.

  • Leading Change

Intermediate: Ensures the effective implementation of any change initiatives/programs of the CCP by guiding the team in the transition process.

  • People Development

Intermediate: Motivates, trains, coaches and mentors people towards achieving quality results

  • People Performance Management

Intermediate: Monitors employee performance regularly to help employee improve his/her performance

  • Partnering and Networking

Intermediate: Builds and develops local partnerships and networks and identifies to deliver or enhance work outcomes

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  1. Reviews supplier’s performance and check the quality of the items being delivered.
  2. Participates and contributes in any discussion, strategies formulation related to purchasing affecting organization.
  3. Formulates work objective and methods and prioritizes projects related to the function of the Division to include custodianship, inventory, warehousing, and disposal of properties.
  4. Recommends and implements policies and procedures, and render technical advice to the management and clients pertinent to property and supply management.
  5. Develops and reviews existing storage procedures to eliminate variances, wastage, and spoilages.
  6. Identifies areas for evaluative studies to identify areas for improvement and generate data to support planned endeavors related to the function of the division.
  7. Recommends new programs on warehousing on how storage processes can be improved, e.g. use o software, etc.
  8. Implements all necessary measures to ensure accuracy of inventory reports and drives for continuous improvement.
REQUIREMENTS

Interested and qualified applicants including persons with disability (PWD), members of indigenous communities and those from any sexual orientation and gender identities (SOGI) are requested to submit the following to the CCP-Human Resource Services Division or email at ccp_personnel@yahoo.com on or before May 16, 2022.

  1. Letter of application 
  2. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form 212 Revised 2017) which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Work Experience Sheet which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  4. Authenticated Copy of Diploma and Transcript of Records
  5. Certificates of training (Photocopy and original for verification)
  6. Certificate of employment (Photocopy and original for verification)
  7. Performance Evaluation Report (with very satisfactory rating in the last rating
    period) for applicants currently in government service

INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT BE ENTERTAINED

Electronics and Communication Equipment Technician III; Item # 184; SG-11
SUMMARY

REGION: NCR; AGENCY:  Cultural Center of the Philippines; 

PLACE OF ASSIGNMENT: CCP-Production and Exhibition/Venue Operations Division; 

POSITION /TITLE: Electronics and Communication Equipment Technician III; Item # 184; SG-11

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS

Education :  Completion of 2 years studies in College or High School graduate with relevant vocational/trade course

Experience :  2 years of relevant experience

Training :  8 hours of relevant training

Eligibility :  MC 11 s. 96 Cat. II *

*(Civil Service Eligibility obtained by completing one year of Very Satisfactory service under temporary status)

PREFERENCE With at least ten (10) years of experience in film festivals as technical coordinator.
COMPETENCIES

Performance Venue Operation and Management

Intermediate : Operates and manages technical theatre equipment

Basic Computer Skills

Advanced : Guides and coaches others on the operation of computers

Speaking Effectively

Intermediate : Effectively delivers messages that require some planning for the method used and the possible reception to the message (audience-team/s, departments)

Writing Effectively

Intermediate : Edits existing or customizes available communication materials to produce an appropriate written work

Delivering Excellence

Intermediate : Upholds the values of the Center in every action and decision, and adds value to customers’ standards and requirements

Valuing Diversity

Intermediate: Values differences and promotes good working relationships within the organization and with stakeholders with tact and diplomacy

Innovativeness

   Intermediate: Contributes new ideas, approaches, and solutions

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  1. Ensures a safe environment and provides technical support services for the activities, exhibitions, and performances of the Center, resident companies, and lessees.
  2. Assists in the research, development, and recommendation of new technology, innovations and upgrading of personnel competencies, facilities, standards, protocols, procedures and tools in the efficient and safe operations of the various exhibition venues of the Center.
  3. Addresses unforeseen technical crisis situations.
  4. Revises (prepare for screenings) 35 and 16mm prints; as well as digital online content.
  5. Serves as 35mm/16mm playback operator.
  6. Troubleshoots 35mm projector, video projectors, and the likes.
  7. Serves as technical coordinator for film festivals with regards to:
    1. Technical specification of video materials for screening, archives, streaming, and broadcast;
    2. Projection details such as aspect ratios, projector specs, and screen specs;
    3. Audio specifications;
    4. Programming schedules/film traffic management.
  8. Serves as technical specialist in handling all kinds of audio, video, images, and graphics.
  9. Operate digital cinema formats and other emerging film technologies.
  10. Capability to convert, edit digital files into cinema projection materials.
  11. Digital cinema knowledge in production, post production, and screenings.
  12. Cinema audio/sound knowledge in production, post production and exhibition.
  13. Ingest/uploading of DCP to cinema servers.
  14. Encryption of digital files and security markings.
REQUIREMENTS

Interested and qualified applicants including persons with disability (PWD), members of indigenous communities and those from any sexual orientation and gender identities (SOGI) are requested to submit the following to the CCP-Human Resource Services Division or email at ccp_personnel@yahoo.com on or before May 16, 2022.

  1. Letter of application 
  2. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form 212 Revised 2017) which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Work Experience Sheet which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  4. Diploma and Transcript of Records (Photocopy and original for verification)
  5. Certificates of training (Photocopy and original for verification)
  6. Certificate of employment (Photocopy and original for verification)
  7. Performance Evaluation Report (with very satisfactory rating in the last rating
    period) for applicants currently in government service

INCOMPLETE DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT BE ENTERTAINED

PPO Music Director and Principal Conductor

The Cultural Center of the Philippines welcomes applications for the position of Music Director and Principal Conductor for its resident orchestra, the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (PPO).  Term of office for the selected candidate is 3 years.

Interested applicantss are requested to submit the following requirements by 15 June 2022.

  1. Letter of intent stating the applicant’s musical vision for the PPO
  2. Photocopy of the first page of passport
  3. Curriculum Vitae with recent Photo
  4. Symphonic Repertoire
  5. Three (3) Sample Souvenir Programs of past performances containing the repertoire and the cover page
  6. Critical reviews of the candidate’s past performances
  7. Video recording of 2 contrasting pieces and musical styles with not less than five (5) minutes per piece
  8. Detailed Plan of Musical Formation which the conductor wants the PPO to undergo and achieve for the next three (3) years
  9. Letter of Endorsement (to be sent directly by the endorser via email)

Applicants will be abjudicated based on the following criteria:

  • Overwhelming Musicality
  • Leadership
  • Analytic ability
  • Simultaneous multi listening skills
  • Baton technique
  • Rich vocabulary and persuasiveness

The short-listed candidates will be notified by the PPO search committee and coordinate arrangements for the live auditions at the CCP.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the preparation and implementation of the PPO’s thrusts, programs, concert season, training of musicians and other related activities.  He/She is expected to conduct most of the performances in a year, including the regular PPO Concert Season, CCP/OP Outreach Tours, Young People’s Concert and other special events of the CCP. He/She will also be in charge of the Development Program for the members of the PPO and inspire them to perform at the highest level possible. 

Please email your application packet to ppo.searchmd@gmail.com or send materials to the following address:

PPO Search Committee

Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra

Lower Basement, Cultural Center of the Philippines

Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City 1300

Philippines

Information on the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra may be obtained from the CCP website https://culturalcenter.gov.ph/philippine-philharmonic-orchestra/.

Archivist

Archivist

Visual Arts and Museum Division

Cultural Center of the Philippines

The CCP Visual Arts and Museum Division (VAMD) is looking for a project-based Archivist to continue archiving work at the CCP’s Visual Arts Archives from April to December 2022. 

   
JOB DESCRIPTION

The Archivist plays an important role in establishing and improving the archives management of Visual Arts Archives. The existing archives collection contains materials such as print documents, photos, invitations, brochures, posters, newspaper clippings, publications, slides, contact sheets, negatives, cassettes, CDs, among others.

The Archivist will work closely with the CCP VAMD and its staff in continuing and implementing the Visual Arts Archive and Library Project Plan to provide standards and ensure that all materials are identified, listed, organized, digitized, stored, and maintained at par to basic archiving standards.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Continue Inventory of the materials under the Visual Arts Archives including its essential metadata;
  • Execute of the Visual Arts Archive and Library Project Plan which should include programs on the preservation and conservation of the materials, its digitization and access, its physical and digital storage, among others;
  • Locate, prepare and digitize available materials from the VAMD Archives and Library as requested by VAMD, other CCP offices or external researchers, or materials from other CCP offices for use of the VAMD;
  • Process acceptance and accessioning of new materials for the VAMD Archives and Library;
  • Coordinate with the relevant CCP offices for the proper turnover and disposition of administrative records and various archival materials and records from the VAMD Archives and Library that are beyond their retention period; and
  • Ensure proper movement and storage of CCP’s Visual Arts Archive and Library during the CCP building rehabilitation program.
REQUIREMENTS
  • Degree in a Bachelor of Library and Information Science with specialization in archives and records management;
  • Those with PRC license (RA 1080) are preferred but fresh graduates with relevant credentials are welcome to apply;
  • Good written and oral communication skills;
  • Computer savvy and must be experienced in Microsoft Office, Google Suite. Knowledge and experience in database management, a plus; and
  • Background or training in archiving of materials related to museums or arts and culture is preferred.
SCHEDULE & LOCATION

Tuesday to Fridays, start date on April 19

Cultural Center of the Philippines, Roxas Blvd., Pasay City

  Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume via email to: vamd@culturalcenter.gov.ph

Notice of Bids

Invitation to Bid: Supply and Installation for the Upgrading of Fire Protection System at Production and Design Center (PDC) Building
Invitation to Bid: Structured Cabling System and Data Center Rehabilitation
Expression of Interest to Least 5,000 SQM of Land Located at Liwasang Darangen, CCP Complex
Supply and Installation of 2 Units Submersible Sewage Pump at CCP-STP Lift Station No. 2
Invitation to Bid: Supply, Delivery and Installation of Theater Curtains for Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (TNA)
Invitation to Bid: Supply, Delivery, and Installation of Leg and Border Theater Curtains for the Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (TNA) and Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (TAT)
Invitation to Bid: One (1) Year Garbage Collection, Transport, and Disposal Services