The Department of Education division of
Negros Oriental is expected to fill up a
number of existing vacant teaching positions on or before September 15, this week, according to assistant division superintendent Dexter Aguilar.
A total of 121 teaching positions are to be filled up within the week based on the new guidelines as provided for in Department Order No. 12.
Aguilar explained the delay was due to the issuance of such guidelines in the selection process which involves the registry of qualified applicants.
Of the number, 38 kindergarten school teacher positions are needed in the whole province, 34 items for elementary school teachers and 49 new items for high school teachers.
For kinder, 17 items allotted for the first district, 8 items for the 2nd district and 13 items for the 3rd district.
For elementary school teachers, 17 are intended for the 1st district, only six for the 2nd district a nd 11 for the 3rd district.
While for the secondary level, 19 slots are allotted for the 1st district, 13 for the 2nd district and 17 for the 3rd district.
Aguilar assured all the applicants they will be hired based on qualifications and ranking requirements under the registry of qualified applicants.
If ranked A, the application has to go through the others include the point system, educational attainment, eligibility, licensure exams output, among others.jg