Makati hiring new health officer
The Makati City local government on Thursday opened a position offering over P1 million in salary and benefits per year as it continues to boost the medical services and capabilities of its city hospitals and health facilities amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report by Manila Bulletin.
In its Facebook post, the local government unit (LGU) announced that the city government is looking for applicants for the position of Medical Officer III.
The LGU said that applicants for the position may earn a total of P1,059,685 worth of salary and benefits yearly which include the following:
Monthly Salary and Benefits:
Basic Salary – P59,353
Personal Economic Relief Allowance – P2,000
Magna Carta of Public Health Workers Hazard Pay – P7,715 or COVID-19 Hazard Pay during ECQ
Subsistence Allowance – P1,000
Laundry Allowance – P150
Mid-year Bonus – P59,353
Year-end Bonus – P59,353
Additional Benefits – P59,153
Cash Gift – P5,000
Incentive Pay – P12,000
Productivity Enhancement Incentive – P5,000
Clothing Allowance – P6,000
The requirements for the position are as follows:
– Letter addressed to the Mayor thru Dr. Vergel Binay, MHD officer-in-charge
– Authenticated PRC ID/Board Rating
– Authenticated Transcript of Records
– Declaration of Filiation in the Government
Interested applicants may submit the requirements via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or personally drop them at the Makati Health Department (MHD) office on the 7th floor of Makati City Hall Bldg. 1.
The MHD reported that as of Dec. 2, Makati City has recorded 42 active COVID-19 cases with 44,106 recoveries and 983 deaths.
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