Eligibilities Granted under Special Laws and CSC Issuances

The career service examination is not the be-all and end-all of acquiring civil service eligibility. Do you know that the CSC also g rants eligibilities other than the Career Service Professional and Sub-Professional eligibilities? You can acquire a civil service eligibility even without taking the Career Service Examination. The CSC for some time now has been granting eight (8) different eligibilities under special laws to qualified individuals. You may be qualified for the grant of any of these eligibilities. ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Bar/Board Eligibility (RA1080) Barangay Health Worker Eligibility (RA7883) Barangay Nutrition Scholar Eligibility (PD1569) Barangay Official Eligibility (RA 7160/CSC Resolution No. 933666/943635) Electronic Data Processing Specialist Eligibility (PD 1408/CSC Res. 90-083) Honor Graduate Eligibility (PD907) Scientific and Technological Specialist Eligibility (PD 997) Skills Eligibility (CSC MC 11, s. 1996, as amended; CSC Res. 072244/CSC MC 3, s. 2008) Veteran Preference Rating (EO 790) ‡ Revised Guidelines in the Acceptance and Processing of Applications for Veteran Preference Rating (VPR) ‡ Veterans Preference Grantees Advisory ‡ Others ‡ CSC-NCR : Names of Eligibles with Unclaimed Certificates under Special Laws

and Third Level ± includes the highest-level positions in the career service as determined in the Position Classification and Compensation System. . scientific or other highly specialized positions in a supervisory or non-supervisory capacity requiring at least a baccalaureate degree or its equivalent as determined by the Commission.Meat Inspector Eligibility 5. AUTONUM 12. Types of eligibilities resulting from civil service examinations 1. crafts and custodial positions whether in a non-supervisory or supervisory capacity.The non-career service shall be characterized by merit and fitness to be determined by (a) modes other than those of the usual tests utilized for the career service.Penology Officer Eligibility 6 Penology Employee Eligibility . entrance to the first two levels shall be through competitive or special examinations to be given by the Commission. The Non-Career Service. SEC. Positions in the career service shall be grouped as follows: (a) First Level .Classes of Positions in the Career Service.includes professional. Career Service Sub-Professional Eligibility 3. (b) (c) Except as otherwise provided in this Code.Career Service Professional Eligibility 2.includes clerical. Second Level . and (d) the primarily confidential nature of the position. (c) tenure which is coterminous with that of the appointing authority or subject to his/her pleasure or which is limited to the duration of a specific project for which purpose of employment was made. Entrance to the third level shall be based on qualification requirements prescribed by the Commission through the CESB. Career Service Executive Eligibility 4. highly technical. trades. Entrance to a higher level does not require previous qualification in the lower level. (b) tenure which is limited to a period specified by law.

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