DepEd Medical Officer III promotes, protects and maintains the physical and mental well-being and readiness of learners to learn, by planning, formulating strategies for health and nutrition programs, to provide supervisory function to health personnel in the conduct and monitoring of Health and Nutrition Program Services and establishment of viable and sustainable linkages with educational partners and stakeholders.
|Medical Officer III
|Chief Education Supervisor
|Schools Division Office
|School Governance & Operations Division
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DepEd Medical Officer III Qualification Standards
CSC Prescribed Qualifications
|Doctor of Medicine (preferably with MA in Public Health, Public Administration, Management, Health Education or relevant field)
|At least 1 year of relevant experience in the practice of Medicine
|RA 1080 (Physician’s Licensure Exam)
|4 hours of relevant training
DepEd Medical Officer III Duties and Responsibilities
|KEY RESULT AREAS
|DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
|Health Program and Services
|Plans and formulates policy strategies and guidelines on the Health and Nutrition Programs of the Schools Division Office.
|Monitor and Evaluate the implemented School Health and Nutrition Programs of the Schools Division Office for the direct benefit of the learners.
|Prepares and submits periodic reports of accomplishments.
|Nutrition Program Service
|Monitor, Evaluate and Report the Nutritional Status of learners in the Schools Division Office.
|Develop, Design, Implement, Evaluate, Monitor and Report Sustainable Feeding Programs for the identified Severely Wasted and Wasted Learners of the Schools Division Office.
|Ensure Compliance and Implementation of Nutrition Programs to Nutritional Standards in Food preparation.
|Establishes, Maintains and Sustains Partnerships and Agreements with other agencies and stakeholders based on DepED Established Standards for Health and Nutrition Programs.