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Post by leogirl on Wed Jan 16, 2013 3:47 pm

Hi good day!

Section 14.2 of the Revised IRR of RA 9184 states that the head of the Secretariat shall be at least a third ranking permanent employee in bureaus, regional offices and sub-regional/district offices, or if not available, a permanent employee of the next lower rank (of course, procurement proficiency is considered).

In the case of schools which are implementing units, head teachers are the third ranking permanent officials. Can a teacher of lower rank (with position as Master Teacher II, but not a head teacher) which means lower than the third ranking permanent official, be designated as head of the secretariat, considering her proficiency in English as an effective tool in preparing documents of the BAC?

Thank you for prompt reply.

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Re: HEAD SECRETARIAT IN SCHOOLS AS IMPLEMENTING UNITS

Post by leogirl on Mon Jan 21, 2013 12:11 pm

Hi, i received no reply yet. Why? Nobody's got a mind for my query?

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Re: HEAD SECRETARIAT IN SCHOOLS AS IMPLEMENTING UNITS

Post by regina avelino on Mon Jan 21, 2013 2:40 pm

good pm madam leogirl, I'm not particular with school's organization. If based on your table of organization (or organizational chart or position hierarchy or whatever you may call it) the head teacher is the third ranking permanent official and is an existing person is currently holding this position, then he/she will be the head of the BAC secretariat. You cannot transfer the position to a lower rank unless your school has no existing head teacher.

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Re: HEAD SECRETARIAT IN SCHOOLS AS IMPLEMENTING UNITS

Post by leogirl on Mon Jan 21, 2013 4:00 pm

ok thanks,Ms. Regina Avelino. But I'm banking on the provision in Section 14.2 where the offices are specified (bureaus, regional and sub regional/district offices). It never mentioned schools.

But anyway, your opinion might help. Thanks

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Re: HEAD SECRETARIAT IN SCHOOLS AS IMPLEMENTING UNITS

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