Sunday, May 11, 2014

Bataan Peninsula State U looks for private sector rep

CITY OF BALANGA, Bataan-Bataan Peninsula State University (BPSU) Board of Regents has opened the search for a private sector representative who will be member of the university’s highest governing body.
“Applicants must be a resident of Bataan for the last 10 years; must have distinguished reputation in his/her profession or field of specialization within the mandate of the university; and preferably engaged in business or industries, media, cooperatives, etc. and in activities providing employment opportunities for graduates,” BPSU said in a statement.
Candidates must not in any way be connected with BPSU as alumni, retired faculty, employee of the university or as previous member of the board, and must not have been convicted of any administrative offense or any crime involving moral turpitude.
Interested applicants may submit their letter of intent with four copies of comprehensive curriculum vitae with 2x2 colored photo, pledge of commitment to attend board meetings, certificate of no pending administrative or criminal case (certification from HR department for government service, clearance from Regional Trial Court for private sector), and other pertinent documents to support the CV.
Applications should be addressed to Ms. Corazon Alma De Leon, chair of Search Committee for Private Sector Representative, Bataan Peninsula State University, City of Balanga 2100, Bataan.
Then it should be submitted to Dr. Emmanuel Macaraeg, secretary of the university and the Board of Regents, Bataan Peninsula State University, City of Balanga 2100, Bataan.
The deadline of application is on May 16.
For inquiries, please call the Office of the President at (047) 237-2350. (Jose Mari M. Garcia)

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